Forgotten Mothers

May 1933
America;5/13/1933, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p133
The author reflects on the forgotten mothers on the occasion of Mother's Day. According to the author, the emphasis of Mother's Day has shifted to include even those women who, though they are not real mothers, have lived up to the ideals of motherhood. These group of women include spinsters, aunts, schoolteachers and businesswomen.


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