Money chain letter. Send-a-Dime. Standard text
- slight exceptions. "(In God We Trust)" Illinois and New York. US, 1935.
(In God We
Harold Ruff 606 N. 7th St. Quincy, Ill.
E. J. Armstrong 606 N. 7th St. Quincy, Ill.
C. S. Bird 1725 Hertel Ave. Buffalo, N.Y.
Charlotte A. Nightingale 76 Euclid Ave. Kenmore, N.Y.
Dorothy Simmons 58 E. Hazeltine Ave. Kenmore, N.Y.
Beatrice D. Kenyon 23 Fremont Ave. Kenmore, N.Y.
Hope - Faith - Prosperity
This charm was started in the hope of bring-
ing prosperity to you.
Within three days, make five copies of this letter,
leaving off the top name and address and adding
your name and address at the bottom of the list
and mail to five of your friends to whom you wish
prosperity to come.
In omitting the top name send that person
ten cents ($.10) wrapped in paper as a prosperity do-
In turn as your name leaves the top you will
receive 15,625 letters with donations amounting to
$1,562.50 if the charm is not broken.
Note: Is this worth a dime to you?
Have the faith your friend had and this charm
will not be broken.
Hand-written in blue ink on unlined
8 1/2 by 11 inch unruled paper. Nothing on back. Envelope (Scott U436) postmarked
in Buffalo, N.Y. on May 4, 1935. Addressed to Mr. Elbert Burr, Colgate University,
Hamilton, New York, 7 Eaton Hall, Box 681. No return address. Lines preserved
above. Acquisition information lost. Re-entered by DWV, Oct. 27, 2014.
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