Mother’s Day The first presidential proclamation honoring Mother's Day was issued by President Woodrow Wilson in 1914. Each successive year, presidents followed Wilson's example and issued a Mother's Day proclamation. But in 1935, Franklin Roosevelt broke with tradition. He believed that Mother's Day was so deeply ingrained in the American psyche that an annual presidential proclamation was an unnecessary … Continue reading Found in the Archives
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