Four-O'Clock Flowers Around
the World Cancer Memorial
Harvest of Hope: Flower Seeds a Tribute to Cancer Victims. Nancy Regent. The Baton Rouge Advocate. 3 August 19, 1996. Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Tribute to Bloom at Mansion: Governor Plants Seeds to Honor Cancer Patients. Karen Klinka. TheDaily Oklahoman. August 16, 1994. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Tribute Touches Employees Across America, Focus, October 1994. USPS. Washington, DC.
A Blooming Memorial to a Father Grows Here and Across the Nation: Four-o‘clocks were his father‘s favorite flowers. By sending seeds, a Louisiana man created a tribute that has rooted in every state. Rhonda Goodman. The Philadelphia Inquirer. November 27, 1994. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Employees Moved by Customer’s Cancer Tribute. Postal Life. May/June 1996. USPS. Washington, DC. By: Michael Miles
The Advertiser. Lafayette, Louisiana. 1994, 1995, and 1996.
A Father’s Last Wish is in Full Bloom: For Remembrance. Barbara Louviere. Times-Picayune. April 26, 2001. New Orleans, Louisiana.
Seed Drive Reflects Gardener’s Spirit. Sheila Grissett. Times-Picayune. August 9, 1994. New Orleans, Louisiana.
Son Scatters Seeds in Father’s Memory. Sheila Grissett. Times-Picayune. August 3, 1995. New Orleans, Louisiana.
Four-o’clocks Around the World: A Fragrant Memorial. Impact. University of Louisiana at Monroe. Spring/Summer 1999. Monroe, LA. By: Carita Jordan & Laura Ettinger.
There's Another Program for Using Your Doubloons. Eva Barkoff. The Times-Picayune. New Orleans. March 20, 2008.
Hey mister! Don't throw out doubloons. Souvenirs of past Carnivals can benefit a worthy cause. Eva Barkoff. The Times-Picayune. East Jefferson Bureau. November 6, 2005.
Doubloons Turn 50 - Ringing Through History. By John Breerwood. Where Y'At Magazine. New Orleans. March 2009.
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