Saturday, May 05, 2007

Mother's Day This Song's for You

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MP3 Composer, Author, Mrs. Flora Robertson and Mrs. Mary Sullivan, Performer(s), Interviewee(s), Sullivan, Mrs. Mary, Our Mothers

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President Woodrow Wilson issued a proclamation on May 9, 1914 asking Americans to give a public expression of reverence to mothers through the celebration of Mother's Day. Carnations have come to represent the day following President William Mckinley's habit of always wearing a white carnation, his mother's favorite flower.

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