To be in bittersweet love and to be a Columbia Motors Car Dealer could only lead to thing: A rope and a stool… Something on the line of buying into a time share or collecting Beanie Babies as an investment."
Such is this case for one Savannah, Georgia Car Dealer named MacMillian who was affectionately known as “Mack”. After reading his letter addressed to his beloved Kathleen you realize he became Mack the Knife after Kathleen gouged his heart.
By 1924 Columbia Motors went bankrupt and ole’ Mack’s heart likely was healed by a new set of bumpers. There’s a reason my friends men refer to their cars as "she".
FYI: If you are going to write a Love letter try doing it in longhand and certainly not by your secretary on your Company letterhead.
8 1/2 x 11 inches.
1921 Bittersweet Love Letter from Columbia Car Dealer Savannah,Georgia