Money chain letter. Send Sixpence (English Send-a-Dime).
Five names on list. England, 1935.
W.E. Furnival, 46, Oakhill Rd.Sheffield.
G.H. Webster, 28 Oakhill Rd. Sheffield. 7
Mes.H. Webster, 28, Oakhill Rd.Sheffield.
Mrs.G.Hambrook, 75 Woodstock Rd.Sheffield.
Mrs.R. Newby, 74, Ashland Rd.Sheffield,7.
READ THIS CAREFULLY & ENJOY
Within 3 days make 5 copies of this letter
leaving off the top name & address & adding
your name & address to the bottom of the
above list. Post or present your five
copies to five of your friends.
In omitting the top name send that person 6d.
When your name
advances to the
top pf the List, there will be a distribution
of 3,125 letters. You will then receive
IF ALL MEMBERS FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS IMPLICITLY
YOU WILL RECEIVE YOUR £78.2.6d
in 18 days
Now is this worth 6d to you.? It was to me.
THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO FURTHER ASSESSMENT
OR CATCH IN THIS.
P.S. If you've been had, well I've been too
but I've great hopes.
Typed on 5 by 8 inch
unruled paper. Was contained in an envelope postmarked 9 July 1935 in Lancaster,
England. Another money chain letter was also present in this envelope [me1935-07-09_s6d!_n5q5_e]. Keystrokes
preserved above. Sic "pf" for "of". Entered by DWV, 8/15/2008.
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