This section of the book is from the Guide To Hardy Fruits And Ornamentals book, by Thomas Joseph Dwyer, published in 1903.
-- Exceptionally desirable for the home use on account of its delicious flavor; bunch medium to large, long, compact, shouldered; berries medium, quality best; ripens a little later than Concord; vine a good grower and productive. Keeps a long time after being gathered.
* Empire State
-- Bunch medium long, compact; berries medium; quality best; valuable for home use or for market; vines strong, healthy growers and exceedingly productive; a hardy variety; makes a very fair wine.
* Green Mountain
-- It stands at the head of the list for earliness, good bearing and vigorous, healthy growth. The berries of medium size, color greenish white; skin thin, and leaving no unpleasantness whatever in the mouth when eaten; one of the choicest flavored White Grapes; valuable for the home table and for commercial purposes, for which it is being planted extensively; vines are vigorous, productive and hardy; a reliable White grape that should be in every collection.
-- An early White Grape, hardy and productive; excellent in flavor; very desirable for home use; a high class grape and desirable for the private garden; needs high culture; a moderate grower.
* Lady Washington
-- A late White Grape. Bunch very large, compact, double-shouldered; berries large, yellowish green, with thin white bloom; flesh tender, sweet, juicy; vines rather trail growers, but with good foliage; ripens rather late for the Northern latitude, hut succeeds well in many localities at the South and Southwest, where it is a valuable market fruit.
* Moore's Diamond
-- A prolific bearer, bunches large, handsome and compact, slightly shouldered; color delicate, greenish white; vines strong growers and hardy; a good market grape.
-- Bunch very large and handsome; berries large, round; skin thin, melting, sweet; ripens with Concord, and is perhaps the most generally planted White Grape for market purposes; vines are exceptionally strong, vigorous growers and immensely productive; adapted to a wide range of country, and succeeding admirably North and South; known as the White Concord.
-- Pale green; berries very large; flesh juicy, sweet, with considerable pulp, and foxy; grown largely for market in some sections; makes a very fair quality of wine; vines are strong, productive and hardy.