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Esther Howland (1828–1904) was an artist and businesswoman who was responsible for popularizing Valentine's Day greeting cards in America.

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Mar 23, 2016 ... A post about Esther Howland the â Mother of the American Valentine.â.

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Feb 4, 2014 ... Mount Holyoke alumna Esther Howland (1847) created the first American Valentine's Day card, launching what is today a multi-billion-dollar ...

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Esther Howland Exhibit - prepared for The Greeting Card Association in honor of the presentation of the first "Esther Howland Award for a Greeting Card ...

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Feb 14, 2012 ... Artist Esther Howland (1828–1904) was the first to publish and sell Valentine cards in the United States. Before Esther, many Valentine cards ...

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Esther Allen Howland was born in 1828 at 16 Summer Street in Worcester, Massachusetts. She was a pioneer in the American valentine manufacturing industry.

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Esther Howland, daughter of a Worcester, Massachusetts, stationery store owner is credited as one of the first “to harness Cupid for commercial purposes” and ...

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Esther Howland's Valentine Writer. The Sentimental Valentine Writer, for Ladies and Gentlemen. Worcester: E.A. Howland, [between 1851 and 1875].

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Feb 9, 2016 ... This Esther Howland valentine, circa 1875, features a message inside: “You say my heart, my too fond heart, Is cold, my dear, to you; Ah! canst ...