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

                 Towel Club

Miss Marguerite Filling, 419 Jefferson, City
Miss Dorothy Wapelhorst, 705 N. Benton, City

   This club was started to increase your towel
supply.  Make 6 copies and mail to 6 of your
friends.  Omit the top Name and send her a tow-
el.  Put your name second.  You should receive
36 towels.  Your copies should be mailed with-
in 2 days.  Sign your name to the towel you
send.  This chain is going nicely and its fun
 to see where the towels come from.

Government issue postal card mailed from Saint Charles, MO on April 28, 1941 to  "Miss Dolores Sebacher, 716 N. Sixth St., City." Text typed on back of card (landscape format). Keystrokes 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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