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Insect Bands. Country Gentleman 73, 961., 1908.
Insect Control in its Larger Aspects. New York State Fruit Growers Association Proceedings 139-145., 1908.
The Insect Year. Country Gentleman 73, 107., 1908.
Insecticides. Country Gentleman 73, 606-607., 1908.
Iron Ores of the Clinton Formation in New York State, New York State Museum Bulletin. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York., 1908.
The Iroquois Wampums. New York State Historical Association Proceedings 8, 205-208., 1908.
Injurious Insects 1905. New York State Fruit Growers Association Proceedings 120-124., 1906.
Insect Enemies of Onamental Trees. Suburban Life 2, 248-250., 1906.
Insects Affecting Park and Woodland Trees, New York State Museum Memoir. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York., 1906.
Important Work in May. Garden Magazine 1, 200, 202., 1905.
Importance of Isolated Rearings from Culicid Larvae. Science 20, 312-313., 1904.
Importance of Laboratory and Field Work in Economic Entomology. Proceedings of the Annual Conventions of American Agricultural Colleges and Experimental Stations 17, 182-184., 1904.
Importance of Injurious Insects Introduced from Abroad. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Society for the Promotion of Agricultural Science 24, 38-48., 1903.
Insecticides and Notes. Country Gentleman 68, 47., 1903.
Insects Affecting Forest Trees. Forest. Fish, and Game Commissionof New York Report 7, 479-534., 1903.
Indigene and Alien Faunas of the New York Devonic, in: , Report Of The State Paleontologist 1901. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York, pp. 664-684., 1902.
Insects in New York, I. Country Gentleman 67, 365., 1902.
Insects in New York, II. Country Gentleman 67, 290-291., 1902.
Insects in New York, III. Country Gentleman 67, 308., 1902.
Insects Injurious to Elm Trees. Commission of Fish, Game, and Forest of New York State Annual Report 5, 351-379., 1902.