If you happen to be in Portland, Oregon, you can go to see the oldest living grafted apple tree in the state, a Bellflower planted in 1850. It was bought from Luelling and Meek Nursery in Milwaukie, Oregon, the first grafted fruit tree nursery on the West Coast. The tree is about 36 feet tall and has a 9-foot circumference. It's located at 4700 SW Campbell Court. You can read more about Bellflower apples and their history here.
Here are some more Oregon apples from 1910. Unfortunately, we can't see what varieties they were.
And here are the backs of the cards in the same order.
This one was sent to Master John Ockfen of McKenna, Washington.