Dr. George M. Darrow, pomologist, crosses two varieties of blueberry - the evergreen blueberry of the Northwest and the dryland blueberry of the East; Wealth carnations showing the contrast between cut flowers kept in a storage room with apples and flowers kept in a room under same conditions but free from gas given off by ripening apples; Dr. Emsweller giving the lilies their daily bath

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Unknown. 1950s. “Dr. George M. Darrow, pomologist, crosses two varieties of blueberry - the evergreen blueberry of the Northwest and the dryland blueberry of the East; Wealth carnations showing the contrast between cut flowers kept in a storage room with apples and flowers kept in a room under same conditions but free from gas given off by ripening apples; Dr. Emsweller giving the lilies their daily bath.” Special Collections, USDA National Agricultural Library. Accessed October 6, 2022, https://www.nal.usda.gov/exhibits/speccoll/items/show/7523.