Money chain letter. Send-a-dime. Return. ". . . see what happens." From the ACL hoard. South Carolina, 1935.

                            . . . . . . . Prosperity Club. . . . . . .
                                             In God we trust

Mrs. H. T. Hixon, 631 Pulaski St., Columbia, S. C.
Norwood Roberts, 631 Pulaski St., Columbia, S. C.
W. A. Lavender, Veterans Hospital, Columbia, S. C.
J. G. Lavender, 2130 Lincoln St, Columbia, S. C.
W. K. Strickland, 1524 Henderson St., Columbia, S. C.
J. M. Poole, 315 East Waldburg St, Savannah, Ga.


This chain was started in the hope of bringing prosperity to you. Within 3 days make 5 copies of this letter, leaving off the top name and address, and adding your name and address at the bottom of the list, and send a copy to 5 of your friends to whom you wish prosperity to come. In omitting the top name and address send that person 10 cents wrapped in paper as a charity donation. In turn as your name leaves the top you should recieve 15,625 letters with donations amounting to $1,562.50  IS THIS WORTH A DIME TO YOU? have the faith that your friend had and this chain will not be broken.

                If you are not willing to carry out this work, please return this letter to the last person on the list, so that the chain will not be broken.

                                          FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS AND SEE WHAT HAPPENS.

Typed letter on standard size paper. Paragraphs preserved.  From the files of the old Atlantic Coast Line Railroad (ACL).  J. M. Poole (name #6) was an employee of the ACL. Given by Jim Fisher, Charleston, S.C. to D. VanArsdale.

This was one of 13 items from a 1935 Atlantic Coast Line railroad file, the "ACL hoard." These are designated by "rr" after the date in the archive filename.


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