Re: George T. Cowe - Superintendent & Master Gardener
Tue Jun 11, 2019 09:58

Here is his statement if by chance you haven't seen it yet:


I always believed Burns was talking about "Rudolph Schueltzer" but your theory is certainly a worthy alternative. Of course that's if Burns didn't make the whole thing up or embellished or added to it later on.

  • George T. Cowe won many blue ribbons over the years for his gardening skills and experience. Besides many newspaper articles, The Chrysanthemum Bulletin, Gardeners' Chronicle of America, and... more
    • Re: George T. Cowe - Superintendent & Master Gardener — Michael , Tue Jun 11 09:58
      • Morrow & Lindbergh EmployeesSue, Fri Jun 14 20:34
        Thanks for Cowe's statement. Do you know if Cowe was Scottish? Might he have been the Scottish gardener that Anne Lindbergh refers to in her books? I don't think Burns said the Morrow gardener who... more
        • Re: Morrow & Lindbergh EmployeesMichael For Sue, Tue Jun 18 09:18
          Sorry for the delay. I've been searching for something I have that Mark put together which lists each and every past and present servant to include where they were from. Unfortunately I can't find it ... more
          • Re: Morrow & Lindbergh EmployeesSue, Sat Jun 22 13:37
            Thanks for the list. Yes, the country where these servants originated from would be very helpful.
            • Re: Morrow & Lindbergh EmployeesMichael For Sue, Sun Jun 23 11:09
              I know its somewhere but I just can't find it unfortunately. Part of the reason might be because I have about 60 files pulled at the moment so I have material all over the place. I want to check my... more
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