This is my great grandfather, in his 90's (he died at 103 more than two decades ago), along with my great uncle, checking out some Cyms at the family floral business in Bristol, RI. No one can remember when the business started (at the latest, 1920's), but everyone remembers the orchid houses, the "Easter Cattleyas" (C. mossiae), and the winter corsage Cattleyas (C. trianae?). Also attached is a picture of my grandfather (now 90) and great uncle standing in front of the greenhouses before the war. The business closed around 1990 with the glasshouses falling into disrepair. The property is still in the family, but the greenhouses lie in ruins and the land has been rezoned. It will soon be sold and pass into memory.