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|Photo: Public Domain|
Foster was born on July 4th, 1927 and went on to compose “Oh Susanna”, “My Old Kentucky Home”, “Beautiful Dreamer”, “I Dream of Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair” - some of America’s most beloved folk songs - for which he was paid $100 dollars and never saw profits due to poor copyright and composer royalty rights. Sure would have been rich today, so I guess we’ve come a long way.
Monday, July 02, 2012
|Photo credit: The Ritz Carlton|
by contributor Donna Shor
While Washington’s most happy millionaire, good-natured Mark Ein, is no Horatio Alger, he has worked as hard as Horatio to get where he is now. From boyhood he has been able to triumph over obstacles, as Carol Joynt discovered when she interviewed him during her Q&A Café lunchtime series at the Georgetown Ritz Carlton.