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    • Diamond Jubilee for the Elberta 

      Stuckey, H.P. (2015-09-14)
      Typewritten draft of article later published in American Fruit Grower.
    • Diamond Jubilee of the Elberta Peach 

      Stuckey, H.P. (2015-09-14)
      Article from the "American Fruit Grower" by H.P. Stuckey published January 1945. Details the beginning of Elberta peach industry in Georgia. The article summarizes peach test conducted by others in several states.
    • Elberta peach trees loaded with fruit in orchard of the GA Experiment Station 

      unknown photographer (2015-09-14)
      Photograph of peach trees with handwritten caption, "Elberta peach trees loaded with fruit in orchard of the Georgia Experiment Station".
    • Elberta peachtrees in a greenhouse near Amsterdam, Holland 

      unknown photographer (2015-09-14)
      The above photograph of Elberta peach trees was made in a greenhouse near Amsterdam Holland in 1928. Dr. E.C.Brooks, then president of A & M College, Raleigh, NC stands near peach trees. Signed H.P. Stuckey
    • Georgia Peach Industry was Developed by Dane 

      unknown author (2015-09-14)
      Newspaper article detailing the early peach industry begun by Denmark native in 1850.
    • J.H. Weinberger Letter 

      Weinberger, J.H. (2015-09-14)
      Letter from J.H. Weinberger to H.P. Stuckey stating reasons why the Elberta peach has not been used as a "parent" variety in his work.
    • M.A. Blake Letter 

      Blake, M.A. (2015-09-14)
      Letter from M.A. Blake to H.P. Stuckey detailing his work using Elberta peach in his peach breeding work. Includes a handwritten note from Stuckey of Blakes out-standing work.
    • Origin of Peach Industry is told in Interview by Lewis Rumph to Macon Man 

      Hatcher, Albert S. (2015-09-14)
      Typed interview of Lewis Rumph by Albert S. Hatcher, giving a more personal side of the early days of peach industry in Georgia.
    • Stanley Johnson Letter 

      Johnson, Stanley (2015-09-14)
      Letter from Stanley Johnson to H.P. Stuckey stating reasons the Elberta peach has not been used in his work on peach breeding.