This section of the book is from the Guide To Hardy Fruits And Ornamentals book, by Thomas Joseph Dwyer, published in 1903.
* Agawam (Roger's No. 15.)
-- Berries very large, with thick skin; pulp soft, sweet and sprightly; very vigorous; ripens early. One of the best shippers and keepers and good also for the home table and for wine. It is, however, lacking in foliage, which is against it; buds are hardy
-- Bunch large, well formed berries above medium to large, round; excellent flavor and quality, one of the earliest in ripening. Vines vigorous, healthy growers; hardy and productive; one of the best early Red Grapes; valuable for market and table use; a fair wine grape.
-- Berries large, round; when fully ripe of a dark copper color, with sweet, rich musky flavor. Requires a long season to arrive at full maturity. Vines good growers; hardy, with strong foliage; exceedingly productive and valuable where it succeeds; good for table use and makes the choicest wine.
-- Red, bunch small, compact, berries small; skin thin but firm, flesh juicy, very sweet and refreshing, of best quality; vine hardy; very productive; a moderate grower; requires rich soil and high culture for best results; probably the best all around grape today, all things considered. It should have a place in every private garden and be planted largely for market purposes; one of the choicest table fruits and also makes the best wine; it is now being planted extensively by large growers Goethe (Rogers' No. 1.) Vines strong growers; productive, and buds hardy; bunch usually large, shouldered, compact; berries large, oval, yellowish green tinged with red on one side, amber-colored when fully ripe; skin thin but firm; flesh sweet, juicy, with high aromatic flavor. One of the best keepers and of best quality for both table and wine.
* Woodruff Red
-- A large, red, handsome grape, flavor sprightly and pleasant; valuable for the home table and for market; vines strong growers; buds hardy; exceedingly productive. Wyoming Red
-- The earliest good red Grape we grow; bunch small, skin bright red, fruit sweet; valuable for home use on account of its extreme earliness; vine a good grower and buds hardy.