My grandmother's white rambler
I brought this rooted cutting with me when I moved to CO from WA 12 yrs ago. It was in my grandmother's garden in WA at least before 1960 but possibly as early as 1935. She may have taken a cutting to WA from Neb. during the dust-bowl.
Buds are butter yellow turning to pure white as it opens. Vigorous and thorny, it survives my neglect. Canes get quite long ~10-12' even with winter dieback. It occasionally re-blooms. Not much if any fragrance.
Could it be Dianah Hall? I didn't see much info on that variety on helpmefind/rose & no pictures there or on google-image. It was the only white rambler with yellow buds I could find in their listings.