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Modern Roses 10 (Apr 1993)  Page(s) 166.  
Bourbon (OGR), medium red, 1900, ('Mme. Eugène E. Marlitt'); Geschwind. Flowers bright carmine shaded scarlet, double, large; few prickles; vigorous growth.

The Old Rose Advisor (2018)  Page(s) 100.  
Mme. Eugène E. Marlitt Bourbon. Geschwindt 1900. The author cites information from different sources... carmine-red... almost thornless...

Rosenverzeichnis Rosarium Sangerhausen, 3. Edition (1976)  Page(s) 56.  
location 115c, Eugen E. Marlitt (Geschwind 1900), HT, dark red, medium-size, semi-double, mild fragrance, high

Rosenlexikon (1936)  Page(s) 458.  
Marlitt, Eugénie John (HT) Geschwind 1902; carmine, shaded

Lindley Nurseries catalogue (1927)  Page(s) 36.  
Worth-while Roses.
Red Roses.
Field-grown, strong 2-year plants, $1 each, $7.50 for 10, $50 per 100
Eugene E. Marlitt.  Hybrid Tea.  Bourbon.  A grand garden Rose; exceptionally healthy, vigorous and free blooming.  Flowers are large, very double, of a rich bright carmine with scarlet tones; fragrant.  A splendid Rose.z

The Rose Annual (The National Rose Society, 1907-1965) (1926)  Page(s) 180.  
Louis Bosanquet. Fruitland Park, Florida, A Florida (U.S.A.) Rose Garden. Countess of Gosford, Lady Pirrie, Eugene E. Marlitt, Lady Ursula, May Miller, Mrs. Aaron Ward, Natalie Bottner, and several others give many good blooms, but are not as strong growers as the Teas.

Roses In The Little Garden (1926)  Page(s) 59.  
Similar to 'Gruss an Teplitz' is Eugene E. Marlitt generally called a Hybrid Bourbon (Geschwindt, 1900). It is a trifle lighter in color and not quite so vigorous or hardy, but a splendid companion sort for all that.

Rosensorten- und Preisliste Marie Henriette Chotek Rosenschulen (1926)  Page(s) 35.  
Repeat-flowering semi-climbers. 1.5 to 2.5 m tall.
Climbing HT Eugen E. Marlitt (Geschwind 1900). Without prickles. Large, double, carmine-coloured. Very vigorous, healthy, mildew-free, hardy, fragrant. Park rose.

American Rose Annual (1921)  Page(s) 69.  
My Back-Yard Roses in Their Fourth Season By Arthur P. Greeley, Washington, D.C.

Roses Giving over Fifty Blooms
Madame Eugene Marlitt. Bourbon... Own Root, 12th Season, Average Blooms = 185, 1920 Blooms = 234
Ecarlate. Hybrid Tea... Own Root, 4th Season, Average Blooms = 113, 1920 Blooms = 185
Eugenie Lamesch. Polyantha... Own Root, 5th Season, Average Blooms = 112, 1920 Blooms = 126
G. Nabonnand. Tea... Own Root, 11th Season, Average Blooms = 229, 1920 Blooms = 97
Lady Ursula. Hybrid Tea... Grafted, 4th Season, Average Blooms = 82, 1920 Blooms = 87
Winter Gem. Tea... Own Root, 12th Season, Average Blooms = 45, 1920 Blooms = 58
Antoine Rivoire. Hybrid Tea... Own Root, 5th Season, Average Blooms = 54, 1920 Blooms = 57
Lucullus. Bengal... Own Root, 12th Season, Average Blooms = 80, 1920 Blooms = 51
Leonie Lamesch. Polyantha... Grafted, 3rd Season, Average Blooms = 92, 1920 Blooms = 50

Everblooming Roses for the Outdoor garden of the Amateur (1912)  Page(s) 209.  
Red Hybrid Tea Roses.
Madame Eugene Marlitt. — One of the finest of all true everblooming red roses. Rich carmine, clear and unclouded. Full, deep and, double. A 1907 rose.
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