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The Golden Eagle (Aquila chrysaëtos) in Columbia Co., New York. The Auk 45, 212., 1928.
Notes on the Herpetology of Albany County, New York. II. Copeia 120, 83-84., 1923.
Notes on the Spiders of the Southeastern United States, with Descriptions of New Species. Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Science Society 41, 165-212., 1926.
Note on the Nest and Young of the Small Brown Weasel. Journal of Mammalogy 4, 26-27., 1923.
The Amphibians and Reptiles of Allegany State Park, New York State Museum Handbook. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York., 1927.
The Map Turtle, Graptemys geographica (Le Suer) in New York. Copeia 100, 80-81., 1921.
Records of Some Amphibians and Reptiles from Kentucky. Copeia 152, 118-120., 1926.
The Painted Turtles of the Genus Chrysemys. Field Museum of Natural History Bulletin 18, 123-139., 1930.
Notes on the Herpetology of Albany County, New York. Copeia 118, 64-68., 1923.
Records of Some Salamanders from South Carolina. Copeia 161, 187-188., 1927.
The Temple Hill (Orange County, N. Y.) Mastodon. Science 54, 170., 1921.
Notes on the Mating Habits of the Sparrow Hawk. The Auk 42, 268-269., 1925.
A New Subspecies of the Red Salamander from Louisiana. Occasional Papers of the Boston Society of Natural History 5, 247-249., 1928.
Notes on New York Birds. The Auk 40, 336., 1923.
Butler's Garter Snake in New York. Copeia 162, 16-17., 1927.
A Case of Hermaphroditism in the White Perch, Morone americana (Gmelin). Copeia 80, 20-21., 1920.
Records of Some Salamanders from No. Carolina and Pennsylvania. Copeia 139, 9-12., 1925.
Notes on Some Amphibians and Reptiles from the Southeastern States, with a Description of a New Salamander from North Carolina. Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Science Society 43, 153-170., 1928.
Notes on the Herpetology of Albany County, New York, III. The Snakes and Turtles. Copeia 125, 117-120., 1923.
Notes on the Habits and Development of the Mudpuppy: Necturus maculosus (Rafinesque), New York State Museum Bulletin. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York., 1926.