Plum - high resolution image from old book.

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Width in pixels 3086
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source info Published before 1923.
fruits-04666 - Plum.jpg
The fruit industry and, substitution of domestic for foreign-grown fruits, with historical and descriptive notes on ten varieties of apple suitable for the export trade : Taylor, William A. (William Alton), and United States. Division of Pomology.
Volume: no.7
Publisher: Washington [D.C.] :U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Division of Pomology : 1898
Pre-1923, published in USA
Heiges, Bertha (Miss Heiges) (1893 fl., from Pennsylvania - 1907 fl.) (DETAILS: Place of death: Father's occupation: Heiges Relatives: Education: Country of Activity: United States Worked for: US Department of Agriculture Yearbooks 1902/05 Patronage: United States Department of Agriculture Division of Pomology, Collaborators: lith: Julius Bier, A Hoen & Co (Baltimore), artist: Deborah G. Passmore Techniques: botanical drawing, watercolor paintingSample(s): Archival sources: Evening Star, 12 August 1899, USDA Pomological Watercolor Collection Published sources: Vera Norwood: Made from this Earth. American Women and Nature 1993:88, Bridson 2003:86,164 Other: US government illustrator, 1899 residing at: 908 K Street, Washington DC
Passmore, Deborah Griscom, 1840-1911