Luck chain letter. Good Luck type. Postscript: "The above letter was received by me ..."  Signed "A Friend"  US, 1922.

Good Luck
Copy this and send it to nine people whom you wish to have good luck. This chain was started by an American officer and should go three times around the world. Do not break the chain for whoever does will  have bad luck. Do it within twenty-four hours and count nine days and you will have some very good fortune.
The above letter was received by me and I am sending it on to you.  
A Friend

Published: Harrisiburg Telegraph (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania), 4 Aug. 1922. Title: "Chain Letters Holding Threat Barred by U.S." Subtitles: "Hundreds who have been annoyed by anonymous communications are pleased.   Latest is from officer." "Bad luck is threatened recipient who fails to forward card to nine."  Entered by DWV, Dec. 2, 2013.


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