How Esther Howland Used an All-Female Workforce to Bring Valentines to the Masses
Prior to Esther Howland, valentines were still mostly a luxury item available to wealthier Americans. Selling cards for as little as 5 cents, she built an operation that brought in more than $100,000 annually ($3 million in today’s dollars).
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