Luck chain letter. Chain of Good Luck. Published -
partial only. "...started in Africa by a French officer..." Quota 12. Controlled
list. US, 1952.
[The letter is called the 'Chain of Good Luck'.
It is stated that it was started in Africa by a French officer and is going
around the world for the first time.]
The person who breaks the chain will surely receive bad luck.
[The receiver of the letter is told not to keep it, but mail it within 72
hours. A list of names, including several prominent Parisians (Texas), is
then given, with instructions to 'cancel the first name and add your name
to the bottom'.]
Make twelve copies and mail to your friends.
Published: The Paris News
(Paris, Texas), April 25, 1952, p. 9.
THEY'RE BACK AGAIN: POSTAL OFFICER WARN AGAINST
"The 'chain letter' fad is back, Paris postal officials report. ..."
[text]. Entered by DWV, Aug. 28, 2014.
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