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    • Apple Seedlings

    • Apple Seedlings
    • Apples; Apple trees; Arkansas; Seed trade;
    • James Alfred Marks' report on apple seedlings written in 1911.
    • Sulfuring Apples

    • Sulfuring Apples
    • Apples; Arkansas; Folklore; Food drying;
    • Ethel Inman's term paper about her grandmother's technique for sulfuring apples.
    • Benton County Horticultural Society

    • Benton County Horticultural Society
    • Benton County Horticultural Society; Apples; Apple industry; Agriculture; Research; Arkansas
    • Benton County Horticultural Society two volumes including its constitution, by-laws, roll of members, and monthly meeting records from 1893-1912.
    • The Van Morland Apple Dolls

    • The Van Morland Apple Dolls
    • Apple drying; Arkansas; Festivals; Dollmaking; Apple industry;
    • Document describing the process of apple drying for making apple dolls. The Van Morland Apple Dolls debuted at the 1956 Ozarks Arts and Crafts Festival at War Eagle, Arkansas.
    • The Braithwaite House

    • The Braithwaite House
    • Apples; Apple orchards; Arkansas Black; Braithwaite
    • The Braithwaite House in Bentonville, Arkansas. Braithwaite is also written as Brattwait. Mr. Braithwaite is credited with the creation of the Arkansas Black apple. Photo taken by Roy C. Rom.
    • Apple Dolls

    • Apple Dolls
    • Apples; Drying apples; Dolls; Folklore; Arkansas;
    • Apple dolls created by the process of drying apples. Photo taken by Dr. Roy C. Rom.
    • Arkansas Black Apple

    • Arkansas Black Apple
    • Apples; Fruit trees; Orchards; Plant varieties
    • "Fruit medium size, nearly round, sometimes slightly conical; skin yellow covered with deep red, almost black on the sunny side; dots numerous, small, white; stem short to medium length in an acute, rather small, partly russeted, often lipped...
    • Arkansas Black Apple

    • Arkansas Black Apple
    • Apples; Fruit trees; Orchards; Plant varieties
    • "Fruit medium size, nearly round, sometimes slightly conical; skin yellow covered with deep red, almost black on the sunny side; dots numerous, small, white; stem short to medium length in an acute, rather small, partly russeted, often lipped...
    • Fameuse Apple

    • Fameuse Apple
    • Apples; Fruit trees; Orchards; Plant varieties
    • "Fruit medium, roundish oblate; skin smooth, pale greenish yellow with faint red streaks in the shade but a deep red blush in the sun; stem quite slender and rather short in a narrow cavity, basin narrow, shallow; flesh very white, sometimes...
    • Horse Apple

    • Horse Apple
    • Apples; Fruit trees; Orchards; Plant varieties
    • "Fruit medium to almost large, roundish or slightly oblong, conical, ribbed; skin thick, green becoming yellow when ripe, sometimes with a slight reddish tinge or blush on the sunny side, with irregular russet blotches or freckles all over the...
    • Carolina Red June Apple

    • Carolina Red June Apple
    • Apples; Fruit trees; Orchards; Plant varieties
    • "Fruit above medium to large, sometimes very large, roundish oblate; skin green or greenish yellow washed with a dull red with darker red, broken stripes, covered with a heavy bluish bloom; dots numerous, prominent, white; stem short and usually...
    • Black Ben Davis Apple

    • Black Ben Davis Apple
    • Apples; Fruit trees; Orchards; Plant varieties
    • "Fruit medium to large, roundish to slightly oblong, slightly conical; skin smooth, yellow mostly covered with dark solid crimson; dots numerous (also said to be few), small, yellow or gray; stem medium length and slender in a wide, deep, acute,...
    • Peck's Pleasant Apple

    • Peck's Pleasant Apple
    • Apples; Fruit trees; Orchards; Plant varieties
    • "Fruit medium to large, usually roundish but variable in size and shape, often angular, often furrowed from top to bottom on one side; skin smooth, green when first picked, becoming bright yellow with an orange-red blush upon ripening in storage;...
    • King David Apple

    • King David Apple
    • Apples; Fruit trees; Orchards; Plant varieties
    • "Fruit medium or above, round, often ribbed at the stem end; skin greasy, pale green overlaid with deep red and some darker stripes, sometimes almost solid red; dots inconspicuous, whitish; stem medium to long in a deep, narrow, occasionally...
    • Yellow Transparent Apple

    • Yellow Transparent Apple
    • Apples; Fruit trees; Orchards; Plant varieties
    • "Fruit medium but above medium to large on young trees or if properly thinned, roundish to roundish oblate, conical; skin smooth, transparent, clear white becoming pale yellow when ripe; dots white or greenish (Beach says russet), often submerged...

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