: Back cover of the "Annual of True Blue Seeds for 1894," published by A. W. Livingston's Sons, a seed company based in Columbus, Ohio. The company founder, Alexander Livingston of Reynoldsburg, was well-known for developing the first tomato varieties to become popular in the United States. The breed featured on the cover is Livingston's "Buckeye State" tomato, described as "The Largest Smooth Tomato in the world," for 10 cents a packet. View on Ohio Memory.
: AL02632 Subjects
: Seed products; Nurseries (Horticulture)--Catalogs; Agriculture; Vegetable gardening; Vegetables Places
: Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)