This section of the book is from the Guide To Hardy Fruits And Ornamentals book, by Thomas Joseph Dwyer, published in 1903.
* Early Harvest
-- Medium size; pale yellow, early, mild, excellent, sub-acid. Ripens July 5th. Good for home use.
* Yellow Transparent
-- Flesh melting, juicy, and of excellent quality. Good for market and home use.
* Sweet Bough
-- Large, pale yellow, sweet, productive; valuable for market; ripens about August first. Comes into bearing early. Valuable for market.
* Red Astrachan
-- Large, roundish, nearly covered with deep crimson; juicy; a free grower and a good bearer. A splendid dessert apple, one of the best early sorts. Ripens July 20th. Good for all purposes.
* Early Strawberry
-- Medium, roundish, handsomely striped with red, excellent, productive. Good for cooking. Ripens July 15th. A good market sort.
* Sops of Wine
-- This is a late summer variety ripening about August 20th. The trees are vigorous growers and productive. The fruit is of medium size, round and dark red, quite juicy, sub-acid and of high quality. Valuable for eating or cooking. Recommended for family use.
* Summer Pippin
-- The trees are good, strong growers, of good form, the fruit is large and somewhat irregular in shape. Skin yellow, with a crimson blush; flesh tender and white, with a sprightly sub-acid flavor. Productive and valuable for market purposes.