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Liberty Bond Tour: 1918

Liberty Bond Tour: 1918

Charlie Chaplin, behind the automobile at right, and my great-grandfather, Rob Wagner, standing to Chaplin's right and wearing a flat cap, arrive in Wilson, North Carolina, on April 12, 1918, for Chaplin's swing through the southern states during the Liberty Bond Tour to raise funds for the war effort. My great-grandfather served as Chaplin's secretary and ghost writer from about 1916 through 1919. View full size.

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