In 1925 they visited Kingston to attend her daughter's wedding, but they were soon off again. Six months before the stock market crash of 1929, they were in Florida at the Whoopee Ball, "the Big Event of the Week," kicked off by a dinner hosted by Mrs. William Randolph Hearst.
Unlike many, Muriel and Lincoln seem to have weathered the Great Depression reasonably well, and in September 1936 they celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary.
But two years later, on the beach at the Forest Hills Surf Club at Atlantic Beach, Muriel's husband had a heart attack. He died before medical help could reach him.