This section of the book is from the Guide To Hardy Fruits And Ornamentals book, by Thomas Joseph Dwyer, published in 1903.
* White Dutch
-- Bush an upright grower, vigorous and very productive. Clusters two to three inches long; berries average medium size, are translucent and a little darker than White Grape; quality excellent. Ripens early.
* White Grape
-- We have fruited this largely and the fruit brings us the highest prices in the market. Very large yellowish white; sweet or very mild acid; excellent quality and valuable for the table; the finest of the white sorts. Very productive and a most desirable Currant. The best table Currant of all.
* White lmperial
-- Ripens somewhat later than the White Grape. Bush vigorous and very productive. Clusters large; berries very large, sweet and most delicious. Said to be the best of the White Currants. valuable for the home table.