By  on September 22, 2008

NEW YORK — Marvin Traub has never had much interest in doing the obvious, and that tendency was put on full view Thursday night when he and his wife, Lee, marked their 60th wedding anniversary with a reception and dinner at a wax museum — Madame Tussauds on 42nd Street.

“We try to do everything in a place that’s fun,” said the head of Marvin Traub Associates as he ticked off a list of similarly offbeat locations where similar family celebrations have been held. More of a personal touch was added by the table decorations: a sign with a place, like Utah Beach — one of the sites of the Normandy invasion in World War II — that was significant in the lives of the Traubs. Each place designation was accompanied by a relevant photo or illustration.

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