Exchange chain letter (postcard). Aprons. Send one, two names, five copies. From the Sebacher hoard. US, 1941.

              Apron Club

This club is to increase your apron
supply.  Make 5 copies and send to 5 friends.
Omit top name and send her an apron.
Add your name to the bottom and you
will receive your apron.  Send within
a few days.  If not interested send back.
Sign your name with apron you send.
This club is good and strong keep it
going.  You will have fun when your
aprons begin to come in.

  Dorothy Schuam  320 Monroe Str.  City

  Doris Blackaum  618 Monroe Str.  City

           Sebacher   716  S. Sixth

Government issue postal card mailed from Saint Charles, Missouri on Feb. 13, 1941 to a St. Charles resident (name obscured on my photocopy but known to be Dolores Sebacher). Text handwritten on back of card (landscape format). Last line in a different hand.  Lines preserved. From the James H. Patterson "Unmailable" collection.

This is one of nine linen exchange postcards (the Sebacher hoard) all received by Dolores Sebacher from April 1940 to April 1941.


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