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The Indian Groups of the New York State Museum and a Description of the Technique, in: , Thirtieth Report Of The Director Of The State Museum Science Department. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York, pp. 101-120., 1937.
Interior Markings of Colpocaris elytoides in Cooper, Oklahoma. Journal of Paleontology 348., 1932.
Injurious Insects in 1930. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the New York State Horticultural Society 76, 10-19., 1931.
Influence of Erosion Intervals on the Manlius-Helderberg Series of Onondaga County, New York. New York State Museum Bulletin 281, 25-36., 1929.
Insects and Health; Dispersal of Insects by Air Currents, New York State Museum Bulletin. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York., 1928.
Insect Pests Newly Established in New York State. Journal of Economic Entomology 20, 63., 1926.
Insects and Human Welfare. The Scientific Monthly 21, 649-653., 1925.
Indian Grass Gall Midges. Memoirs of the Department of Agriculture, India, Pusa, Entomological Series VII, 15-22., 1921.
The Indians of New York State. Rome Missions Council, New York, New York., 1921.
Insect Pests of Ornimental Plants. Garden Magazine 31, 182-185., 1920.
Indian Tribal Government A Failure. State Service 99-102., 1920.
Insect Galls and Gall Insects. Ottawa Naturalist 32, 127-131., 1919.
The Iroquois in Canada. Ontario Provincial Museum Annual Archaeological Report 31, 7-55., 1919.
Insects and Camp Sanitation. Economic Entomology 116, 93-99., 1918.
Indian Gall Midges. Entomological News 28, 369-372., 1917.
Insects Destroy Millions In Property. State Service 1, 34-37., 1917.
Injurious Insects. New York State Department of Agriculture Circular 130, 169-172., 1916.
Insect Enemies of Trees and How to Combat Them. Country Life in America 29, 70, 72, 74, 76, 78., 1916.
Insect Problems in the Hudson Valley. New York State Fruit Growers Association Proceedings 15, 200-207., 1916.
Insects Particularly Affecting the Apple. New York Department of Agriculture Bulletin 79, 842-854., 1916.