Daddy's Girl 

The long history of Father's Day, from Spokane to Congress.

One Sunday morning at the Central United Methodist Church in downtown Spokane, an idea was born. The year was 1909, and the preacher was endorsing Mother’s Day, a new holiday started back in West Virginia that was sweeping the nation. One…

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