'Yellow Pryor' is a flue-cured type of yellow leaf tobacco historically used for cigar and plug tobacco wrappers as well as for pipe and cigar fillers and cigarette tobacco blends. According to Killebrew and Myrick, 'Yellow Pryor'
has heavy, tough, wide leaves with fine texture and a bright color.
"Tobacco Leaf", by J. B. Killebrew, A. M., PH.D. and Herbert Myrick, B.S., 1897.
"Tobacco: How to Raise it and How to Make it Pay," by Robert L. Ragland, 1895.