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Proceedings of the ... session of the American Pomological Society
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These being very numerous and extensive, some little delay was occasioned in ar. The American Pomological Society was founded by Marshall Pinckney Wilder into foster the growing of fruit and the development of new varieties, and is the oldest fruit organization in North America.
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E.O. Painter was publisher and editor in According to his obituary published in the Proceedings of the American Pomological Society, 33rd biennial session, Painter came to DeLand from New York with his parents at the age of sixteen, largely unschooled but an avid reader.
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A native of Indiana, he also served as a county commissioner in Multnomah and Clackamas counties in : December 1,Vigo County, Indiana.Proceedings of the session of the American Pomological Society. (Cleveland, Ohio: The Society,), by American Pomological Society (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) The gardener / (London: Henry G.
Bohn, York Street, Covent Garden, ), by George William Johnson, contrib. by Henry G. Bohn (page images at HathiTrust).