VANITY FAIR gathering in New York–two views

This assembly took place sometime in December 1920. Chaplin had been in New York since the summer cutting The Kid and waiting for his divorce from his first wife, Mildred Harris, to become final.

Top left: Frank Crowninshield (creator & editor of Vanity Fair), actress Mary Nash, Ambassador Gerard, English débutante Joan Maclean, writer Edward Knoblock, ?, publisher Condé Nast. Bottom left: boxer Georges Carpentier, French actress Alice Delysia, Chaplin

From Vanity Fair, January 1921

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