People gather around the grave site of Ralph Chaplin and his wife Edith in 2007 to celebrate his life during the Ralph Chaplin Labor Day Memorial Service at Calvary Cemetery in Tacoma.
People gather around the grave site of Ralph Chaplin and his wife Edith in 2007 to celebrate his life during the Ralph Chaplin Labor Day Memorial Service at Calvary Cemetery in Tacoma. Lui Kit Wong The News Tribune file, 2007
People gather around the grave site of Ralph Chaplin and his wife Edith in 2007 to celebrate his life during the Ralph Chaplin Labor Day Memorial Service at Calvary Cemetery in Tacoma. Lui Kit Wong The News Tribune file, 2007

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