Luck chain letter.  Good luck. "Good luck chain of Flanders."   US, 1930.
Good Luck Chain of Flanders.
Good Luck Chain of Flanders was sent to me by someone I send it to you so the chain will not be broken.  Copy this within twenty four hours send four copies to four different persons to whom you wish good luck. The chain was started by an American soldier and must go around the world three times. The one who breaks the chain will have bad luck. Note what will happen in four days. You will be amazed at the good luck you will have. Please send this do not no keep it.

Published: Middletown Times Herald (Middletown, New York), 3 March 1930, p. 5. Title: "Many Local People In Receipt of Good Luck Chain Letter." Hard to read: "Note what will happen ..." - "Note" is dubious. Entered by DWV, Dec. 9, 2013.


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