Luck chain letter. Good luck type, plus preamble. "Some
smart fellow..." Sixty name list - some names given. US, 1925.
Some smart fellow started this
plan and I suppose the rest of us will have to keep it up. I am so superstitious
that I am afraid if I do not go along with it I shall lose an eye or car
or something. But at any rate I am among others.
Copy this and send it to nine people you wish good luck. The chain
was started by an American officer and should go around the world three times.
Do not break the chain for whoever does this will have bad luck. Do it within
24 hours and count nine days and you will have great luck
With success to you: let's go smiling through 1925.
[Sixty names on the letter, written in the following manner: Charles T.
Sostello to Emil F. Coulon; Emil F. Coulon to Joseph Brettler, etc.
Other names: Admiral T. Yamanota, Prince Takenshite, Commander N. Kobe,
Yaski, Captain T. F. Liu, Captain W. T. Wu. Appleton residents: E. A. Peterson,
Guy B. Marston, Judge Fred V. Heineman.]
Published: The Post-Crescent
(Appleton, Wisconsin), 14 Aug. 1925, p. 11. Title: "Afraid of Jinx if They
Fail to Forward Letter." "A chain letter which has good prospects of going
around the world has reached Appleton, and is being passed through the hands
of several Appleton people on its journey. The letter reads as follows:"
Entered by DWV, Feb. 22, 2014.
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