Luck chain letter. Early "Luck by Mail" type. "...luck of
cards ..." No "mail". Quota 4 + 1. Recycle. US, 1948.
The luck of cards has been around
the world four times by an army officer. The one who breaks it will have
bad luck. Please copy this letter and see what happens four days after receiving
it. Send this copy and four others to who you wish good luck. Don't send
money and don't keep this copy. It must leave 24 hours after receiving it.
Published: The Bismark Tribune
(Bismark, North Dakota), May 4, 1948, p. 1. MORNING MAIL. "In the mail today
a chain letter from Glen Ullin. It reads:" [text] "So purely in the
interest of science I am sending the letter to four friends. On the fifth
day I will report any good luck which I might have." Entered by DWV,
Aug. 13, 2014.
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