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Additions to the list of birds of the Douglas Lake region. The Wilson Bulletin. 41:249-250.. 1929.
An annotated list of the Odonata of Michigan. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan. 183:16pp... 1927.
Banding as an aid in studying the activities of the little brown bat, Myotis lucifugus lucifugus. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 29:277-279.. 1944.
Bird banding. University of Iowa Service Bulletin. 9(49):1-6.. 1925.
Bryophytes of the Huron Mountain region, Marquette County, Michigan. The Bryologist. 41:25-31.. 1938.
A collection of bryophytes from Summer Island, Delta County, Michigan. Michigan Botanist. 10:3-13.. 1971.
Factors in the distribution of Hyophila tortula and an extension in its known range to include Michigan. Mitteilungen der Thuringischen Botanischen Gesellschaft. 1(2-3):222-224.. 1955.
A Guide to Bird Finding East of the Mississippi. :xxi+659pp... 1951.
Host plants and habitats of the Baltimore checkerspot butterfly, Euphydryas phaeton (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae), in the Great Lakes region. Great Lakes Entomologist. 24(4):207-217.. 1991.
A lamprey of the genus Lampetra from Indiana. Copeia. :169.. 1939.
Lampreys of the genus Entosphenus from Wisconsin and northern Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 25:239-241.. 1940.
Lepidoptera strays in northern Michigan. The Lepidopterists' News. 4:46.. 1950.
Mosses new to the state of Michigan. Michigan Botanist. 11:123-124.. 1972.
Moths of the Douglas Lake region (Emmet and Cheboygan Counties), Michigan: IV. Geometridae (Lepidoptera). Great Lakes Entomologist. 24(3):187-201.. 1991.
Notes on Michigan bryophytes.-III. The Bryologist. 39:111-118.. 1936.
Notes on Michigan bryophytes,-IV. The Bryologist. 45:153-172.. 1942.
Spread of Acentria ephemerella (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) in central North America. Great Lakes Entomologist. 29(1):21-24.. 1996.
The summer birds of Wilderness State Park, Michigan. Jack Pine Warbler. 35:43-63.. 1957.