Luck chain letter. Good Luck type. Postscript: "Remember,
if you believe it, it's so." US, 1922.
Copy this and send it to nine (9)
friends whom you wish good luck. This chain was started by an American officer
and should go three times around the world. Do not break this chain, for
whoever does will have bad luck. Do it within twenty-four (24) hours and
count nine (9) days and you will have great good fortune. Remember, if you
believe it, it's so.
Published: Sheboygan Press Telegram
(Sheboygan, Wisconsin), 13 July 1922, p. 2. Title: 'Lucky Letter'
is a hoodoo says the postmaster. "Our city is at the present time in the
throes of a so-called chain letter epidemic, as almost every person I converse
with mentions the fact that they have received one, said Postmaster Knauf
to the Press-Telegram." "...most of the letters are mailed first class".
Entered by DWV, Dec. 2, 2013.
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