World Record chain letter. Started 1996. "World Record
for Kids" (under stamp). Six copies. US, 2005.
In 1996 kids started a chain and
if it's not broken by
2005, (this year), we (us kids) will be in Guinness Book of
World Records and all the kids who took part in this
letter. So far it has not been broken. SO PLEASE DON'T
BREAK THE CHAIN!
All you have to do is write the exact letter and send it to
six friends or cousins. Put the words, "World Records for
Kids" under the stamp. You should do this because the
post office is monitoring this and they know if it has
been broken. You have only four days to write or type
this letter to six friends or cousins. The day you get this
letter is day one. On the back of this envelope write six
names you sent the chains to. Make sure you do this in
the right-hand corner of the envelope on the back. DO
NOT SEND IT TO SOMEONE ON THE ENVELOPE!
MAKE SURE YOU SEND IT TO KIDS ONLY!!!!!!!!
Please have fun and take part. AND PLEASE DON'T
BREAK THE CHAIN!!!!!!!!
P.S. Lots of kids are counting on you!!!!!!
Word processor generated
letter. Large bold font. Envelope postmarked July 16, 2005 in Minneapolis,
MN. Numbered list of six first and last names on lower right on back of envelope.
"World Records for Kids" written in three lines in box under 37¢ stamp.
Return address label, Minneapolis address. Envelope addressed to G. M., Hyde
Park, MA. Lines preserved. Provided by Jim McCrea. Entered by DWV, 7/28/05.
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