Father’s Day is widely available in the early years of the 20th century to complement Mother’s Day. To honor people who are father and mother. Father’s Day was the earliest origin in Fairmont, West Virginia on July 5, 1908. The event was organized by Grace Golden Clayton, with a desire to honor the lives of 361 people who died in the Carpenter’s mine accident. the Monongah Mine in Monongah, West Virginia, on December 6, 1907, a few months ago, of which 250 were dead father, leaving about one thousand orphaned children. In 1966, President Lyndon B Johnson issued the first president’s announcement to honor the fathers and appointed the third Sunday in June to be Father’s Day. Six years later, this day officially became a national holiday in the United States after President Richard Nixon signed the law in 1972.