Title:Material relating to Henderson W. Luelling, [ca. 1920-1957]
Creator/Contributor:Rhoda, Franklin, 1854-, creator
Rhoda, Franklin. Henderson W. Luelling, father of the fruit industry on the Pacific Coast (9 typewritten leaves); Rhoda, Franklin.
Origin of the fruit business of the Pacific Coast [newspaper clipping and typewritten carbon copy (1 leaf) of part of this];
Notes on Henderson Luelling (4 typewritten leaves); Two letters from Olympia Chamber of Commerce to Mr. Franklin Rhoda (each
1 typewritten leaf); Two letters from Oregon Historical Society to Franklin Rhoda (each 1 typewritten leaf in envelope); Letter
from Franklin Rhoda to the Country gentlemen (1 typewritten leaf, carbon copy); Ms. letter from Mrs. Hattie Luelling Wilson
to Franklin Rhoda (in envelope)
Subject:Luelling, Henderson W -- 1809-1878
Fruit-culture -- Pacific Coast
Articles, notes and documents regarding Henderson W. Luelling, who brought 800 fruit trees across the plains to the Pacific
Coast in 1847.
Portrait of Henderson Luelling transferred to Portrait File, June 1957.
Photograph of Black Heart cherry tree in Olympia golf grounds, Oregon, transferred to the Pictorial Collections of The Bancroft
Library (BANC PIC 1947.006--PIC)
Copy of note on slab of Royal Anne cherry tree is in picture cabinet, bottom drawer, on 9th floor.
Piece of a Royal Anne Cherry Tree transported by Luelling has been added to the Historical object miscellany (BANC PIC 19xx.031:040--OBJ)
BANC MSS C-R 58 port.1