[From Monographie du Genre Rosier
, 1824, by Auguste de Pronville, p. 148:] In the departments of Haut and Bas-Rhin, Baumann frères cultivate a large number [of roses]...
[From Taschenbuch des verständigen Gärtners
, 1824, p. 1151:] The Gebrüder Baumann at Bollweiler in Upper rhine have in their large plantations almost all well-known roses, as well as very new, very beautiful rose varieties, which they have obtained from seed.
[From Journal d'agriculture, 1829, p. 53] Nurserymen and fanciers who sell. ...Baumann, near Colmar
[From Le Bon Jardinier, 1833, p. 857] Baumann frères, à Bollwiller, près Ensisheim (Haut-Rhin).
[From Old Roses, by Mrs. Frederick Love Keays, p. 177:] Marie Baumann, 1863, is the sole rose listed as raised by one A.N. Baumann. In 1881, 'Marie Baumann' was elected by vote to the high place of the finest of all exhibition roses.
[From Modern Roses II, p. 17:] A.N. Baumann, Bollwillers, France.
[From Roll Call: The Old Rose Breeder, p.16:]
[Constantine Auguste Napoléon Baumann: lived 1801-1884]
Bollwiller, near Mulhausen
The grandfather of the bros. published the first Baumann Catalog in 1788.
[Baumann Frères, nursery owners in Bollwiler, Departement Oberrhein (now Alsace in France).]