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Who is known as the 'Mother of the Valentine'? any-story

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Asked by mohd basheer, 14 Feb '11 11:07 am
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Howland, known as the Mother of the Valentine..!!
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Mother of the American Valentine
It is truly amazing that this one woman could have had such a lasting impact upon the millions of Valentines sent annually in this country. This is the story of one "visionary", whose talent, imagination, dedication, and perseverance created a fascinating industry, and whom the Greeting Card Association has honored with the creation of the annual Esther Howland Award.

The Howland Family, with prestigious lineage as far back as the Pilgrim fathers, operated the largest book and stationery store in Worcester, Massachusetts. As an impressionable young student at The Mount Holyoke Female Seminary, Class of 1847, and a contemporary of the young poet Emily Dickinson, Esther had been exposed to the annual Valentine festivities, which were later banned by the college for being too frivolous! After graduating at the age of nineteen, she received an elaborate English Valentine from one of her fathers' b ...more
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Answered by OBERoi, 14 Feb '11 11:10 am

 
  
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History of valentines day ..read on my blog http://fsquarefashion.com/2012/01/valentines-day-history-the-hist ory-behind-st-valentines-day/
Source: http://fsquarefashion.com/2012/01/valentines-day-history-the-history-behind-st-valentines-day/
Answered by heena dahiya, 30 Jan '12 02:39 pm

 
  
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Howland, is known as the Mother of the Valentine..
Source: google search
Answered by anil garg, 28 Mar '11 07:32 pm

 
  
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Generally mother is mother yarrrrrrrrrrrrrr
Answered by Shiva, 14 Feb '11 04:59 pm

 
  
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Mother in general!!!!
Answered by Vishwanath V, 14 Feb '11 11:22 am

 
  
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Howland, known as the Mother of the Valentine..
Answered by valobasa, 14 Feb '11 11:15 am

 
  
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Western culuture n its the festival for west.
Answered by balu, 14 Feb '11 11:09 am

 
  
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No I am not sure
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 14 Feb '11 11:09 am

 
  
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Tera hone laha hoon.....Khone laga hoon ,jab se mila hoon ....Hm.,Waise to mann mera....Pehle bhi raton me...aksar hi chahat ke, haan, sapne sanjota tha.. Phele bhi dhadkan ye.....dhun koi gaati thi.....Par ab jo hota he....pehle naa hota tha.....Huaa he tujhe jo bhi, jo bhi.......Mujhe bhi iss paar hua...! Shining in the Sand n Sun like a Pearl upon the Ocean ...Come and Feel me ....O heal me .!
Answered by new moon, 14 Feb '11 11:08 am

 
  
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