The Devonian Crinoids of New York was a much-needed study undertaken by paleontologist Winifred Goldring (1888-1971) as part of the State Museum's continuing effort to complete a comprehensive description of New York's ancient life. Begun in 1916, the work was published in 1923. Sixty plates drawn by artist George S. Barkentin illustrated the volume. Five of these plates are shown below.
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