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Bessie and Missy in Chicago751 viewsCarole Lombard and her mama Elizabeth Peters on January 15, 1942 as they switch trains in Chicago.
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Bessie and Missy754 viewsCarole Lombard and her mother Elizabeth "Bessie" Knight grin for the camera in one of their last photos on the bond tour.
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Promoting the Cause648 viewsCarole Lombard using her charm to get all her fellow citizens to invest in their country.
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In Chi Town690 viewsJanuary 14, 1942: On her way to Indianapolis, Carole Lombard stops in Chicago making a brief appearance promoting the sale of defense bonds and stamps.
Submitted by: TALLY
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Carole in Chi Town650 viewsJanuary 14, 1942: On her way to Indianapolis, Carole Lombard stops in Chicago making a brief appearance promoting the sale of defense bonds and stamps.
Submitted by: TALLY
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Una Belleza740 viewsCarole Lombard looking gorgeous in a quick snapshot during her jammed war rally schedule.
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Flag Ceremony627 viewsCarole Lombard at the flag ceremony in Indianapolis.
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Flag Ceremony639 viewsCarole Lombard at the flag ceremony in Indianapolis.
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662 viewsORIGINAL CAPTION: Governor Schricker, wearing a white hat, is standing on Lombard’s right. On her left is motion picture censor Will Hays. The third man is Sgt. Alex L. Arck. Lombard is wearing a dark suit, a fur coat, and dark gloves. Her hat is small with a veil attached to the back. She is autographing a cylindrical object.

FYI: She is actually autographing the first shell fired by the United States in World War 1. Sgt. Alex Arch from South Bend Ind, fired the shot. Lombard later use the shell to sign bond applications.
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Close-Up of La Lombard850 viewsCarole Lombard in Indianapolis.
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Flag Ceremony705 viewsCarole Lombard at the flag ceremony in Indianapolis.
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Flag Ceremony744 viewsJanuary 15, 1942
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Raising The Flag710 viewsJanuary 15, 1942: Carole Lombard raising the flag to open an armed forces recruiting station at the Claypool Hotel in Indianapolis.
Photo via: New York Public Library
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Raising The Flag720 viewsJanuary 15, 1942: Carole Lombard at the Claypool Hotel in Indianapolis to celebrate the opening of an armed forces recruiting station.
Photo via New York Public Library
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Indiana's Governor Greeting Carole Lombard753 views
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Carole Lombard Bond Tour743 viewsJanuary 15, 1942: Carole Lombard In Indianapolis launching off the first war rally in the nation.
Scanned: Photoplay, April 1942
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Selling Some Bonds825 viewsJanuary 15, 1942: Carole Lombard selling war bonds in the first war rally in the nation. By the end of the hour she hit a whopping $2,017,513 worth of defense bonds.
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Carole Greets A Youngster828 viewsCarole Lombard takes a minute out of her hectic bond selling duties to greet a youngster.
Scanned: Photoplay, April 1942
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OH, SAY CAN YOU SEE!764 viewsCarole Lombard as she sange the Star Spangled Banner before a large crowd gathered in Indianapolis to inaugurate the state's defense bond drive.
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Cadle Tabernacle847 viewsJanuary 15, 1942: Candid of Carole Lombard at the Cadle Tabernacle for an evening war rally.
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Cadle Tabernacle Podium777 viewsJanuary 15, 1942: Candid shot of Carole Lombard on the podium at the Cadle Tabernacle.
Submitted by: TALLY
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Cadle Tabernacle822 viewsJanuary 15, 1942: Carole Lombard led the 12,000+ crowd in singing The Star-Spangled Banner at the Cadle Tabernacle.
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The Three Musketeers894 viewsORIGINAL CAPTION: Elizabeth Peters, Otto Winkler, and Carole Lombard in Indianapolis for the first war rally in the nation. 01/15/1942
 
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