Gooseberry varieties Frederick J Swinton
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Botanical study of five varieties of cultivated gooseberries. Figure 1. Sulfer Yellow. Figure 2. Champagne. Figure 3. Not named. Figure 4. Pitmaston’s Green. Figure 5. Green Walnut. The plate shows single fruit only.
Plate 60 from the book Agriculture of New-York, by Ebenezer Emmons, v.3 (Albany, C. van Benthuysen, 1851).
The plate is inscribed ‘Pl.60.’ above: and below: ‘On stone by Swinton. Lith. of R.H. Pease, Albany.’
Ebenezer Emmons (1799-1863) American geologist, associated with the Geological Survey of the State of New York. His son acted as a paid assistant and illustrator after Emmons senior’s appointment as the State Geologist.
- Image reference: RS-18037
- ©The Royal Society
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