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1961
Connola, D.P., Sweet, R.C., 1961. Aerial Spray Tests Aainst Gypsy Moth, Porthetria dispar, in New York. Journal of Economic Entomology 54, 315-316. doi:10.1093/jee/54.2.315
Ritchie, W.A., 1961. Archaeology: Western Hemisphere, in: Encyclopedia Britannica, Book Of The Year. pp. 51-53.
1960
Ogden, E.C., Lewis, D.M., 1960. Airborne Pollen and Fungus Spores of New York State, New York State Museum Bulletin. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.
1959
Ritchie, W.A., 1959. Archaeology: Western Hemisphere. Encyclopedia Britannica, Book of the Year 1959, 50-52.
1958
Fisher, D.W., 1958. Ancient Fishes in New York. The Conservationist 35, 22-28.
Ritchie, W.A., 1958. Archaeology: Western Hemisphere. Encyclopedia Britannica, Book of the Year 49-51.
Ritchie, W.A., 1958. Archaeology: Western Hemisphere. Britannica Book of the Year: 1957 112-113.
1957
Fenton, W.N., 1957. American Indian and White Relations to 1830: Needs and Opportunities for Study, The Institute for Early American History and Culture. University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
1953
Fisher, D.W., Rickard, L.V., 1953. Age of the Brayman Shale, New York State Museum Circular. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.
1946
Flower, R.H., 1946. Alaskoceras and the Plectoceratidae. Journal of Paleontology 20, 620-624.
1944
Flower, R.H., 1944. Atractites and Related Coleoid Cephalopods. American Midland Naturalist 32, 756-770. doi:10.2307/2421248
Stoner, D., 1944. Acquisition of a Bird Collection by the New York State Museum. Science 99, 379. doi:10.1126/science.99.2576.379-a
1938
Goldring, W., Megathlin, G.R., 1938. Algal Barrier Reefs; Devonian Crinoids; Mohawk Valley, New York State Museum Bulletin. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

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