The Goldman's Italian American is related to the Costoluto Genovese.
I live in upstate NY and our tomato crops have been destroyed by the wet weather and the "late blight".
I'm spraying chemicals on my tomatoes I've never considered using before just to save a few.
I love the Paul Robesons also and if you like those you should try Chocolate Stripes
Michael, pity about the lousy weather, hopefully you can save some of your plants. We have had a relatively nice season, a little cool, but it has rained the last three days so a lot of my fruits are near bursting. Not sure what to do about that other than pick the ones I can eat and hope for sun. My wife and I have been getting our heirlooms from the Friends Plant Sale in St Paul for the last five or six years. It's a huge sale with an incredible number of heirloom fruits/vegetables already started so all you do is put them in the ground. We just moved this year from St Paul out to the country in Iowa and have expanded our gardening operation. We planted about 35 tomato plants this year, only doubling on some and nearly all heirlooms. We also have done fingerlings, garlic, onions, Chinese broccoli, lettuces, beans and cukes (of course), a huge pumpkin patch and lots of heirloom peppers (including the very cool green/white variegated "fish pepper"). We will also be going to the Seed Savers Exchange Heirloom Tomato tasting in September near Decorah, Iowa. They have an awesome farm that works to preserve all kinds of heirloom seeds.
I've attached some pics of some of our toms...