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A General Index to Grand Canyon Nature Notes, 1926-1935
was compiled under the direction of Hazel Hunt Voth by workers provided by the Works Progress Administration in 1938.

1926

Volume 1 Number 1 — March 1926

  • Kaibab Squirrel (Sciurus kaibabensis), Abert Squirrel (Sciurus aberti) - Glen E. Sturdevant, 1-2
  • Utah Juniper (Juniperus utahensis) - Glen E. Sturdevant, 3
  • Suicide Robin Returns - Staff, 4

Volume 1 Number 2 — April 1926

  • Education Plans - E.T. Scoyen, 1-2
  • Western Yellow Pine (Pinus ponderosa) - G. E. Sturdevant, 2-4
  • Water Ouzel (Cinclus mexicanis) - G. E. Sturdevant, 4-6

Volume 1 Number 3 — May 1926

  • Pinon Pine (Pinus edulis) - G.E. Sturdevant, 1-3
  • Ancient Ferns - G.E. Sturdevant, 3-4
  • Long - Crested Jay (Cyanocitta stelleri diademata) - Glen E. Sturdevant, 4-5
  • Any Port in a Storm - Staff, 5-6

Volume 1 Number 4 — June 1926

  • Fossil Footprints - C.W. Gilmore, 1-3
  • Dragon Fly - Glen E. Sturdevant, 3
  • "Mescal" - Glen E. Sturdevant, 4-5
  • Daily Battles - G.E. Sturdevant, 6

Volume 1 Number 5 — August 1926

  • American Beaver (Castor canadensis mexicanus) - G.E. Sturdevant, 1-4
  • Intelligent Robin - Staff, 4
  • Courtin' Time - G.E. Sturdevant, 5-6
  • A Few Pets - E.T. Scoyen, 7

Volume 1 Number 6 — September 1926

  • Cliff Rose (Cowania Stansburiana) - G. E. Sturdevant, 1-2
  • Button, Button, Who has the Button? - Staff, 2
  • Salt in the Tapeats Sandstone - G. E. Sturdevant, 3-5
  • Kaibab Deer Arrives on South Rim - E.T. Scoyen, 5-6

Volume 1 Number 7 — November 1926

  • The Common Skunk (Mephitis mephitis) - G.E. Sturdevant, 1-4
  • Fossil Fish - Staff, 5
  • Autumn - Staff, 4-5
  • Publications Received for Reference Library - Staff, 6

Volume 1 Number 8 — December 1926

  • The Turkey Buzzard (Cathartes aura) - G.E. Sturdevant, 1-2
  • Cats Claw (Acacia greggii) - G.E. Sturdevant, 2-3
  • Calcite - G.E. Sturdevant, 3-4
  • Bear? - G.E. Sturdevant, 4-5
1927

Volume 1 Number 9 — January 1927

  • A National Park Creed - John C. Merriam, cover
  • Fossils - G.E. Sturdevant, 1-4
  • Conservation - G.E. Sturdevant, 5

Volume 1 Number 10 — February 1927

  • An Experimental Repair Job - E.T. Scoyen, 1-4
  • You're Next: Mr. Duck - E.T. Scoyen, 4-5

Volume 1 Number 11 — March 1927

  • A Winter Resident - G.E. Sturdevant, 1
  • Wild Goose - G.E. Sturdevant, 2
  • Theories Relating to Origin of the Canyon - G.E. Sturdevant, 2-3
  • Ranger Smith Entertains - Staff, 4

Volume 1 Number 12 — May 1927

  • Flora of the Tonto Platform - Staff, 1-2
  • Antelope Happenings - Staff, 2-3
  • Mountain Sheep Visits Studio - Staff, 3-4
  • Arizona Red-Bud - Staff, 4

Volume 2 Number 1 — June 1927

  • Navajo Makes Rain - Staff, 1-2
  • Fox Holds Up Party - Staff, 2
  • When Insects Were the Size of Birds - Staff, 2
  • Grand Canyon Visited by Leading Geologists - Staff, 3
  • Trailside Notes - Edwin McKee, 3-4

Volume 2 Number 2 — July 1927

  • The Papilio Tribe of Butterflies - Edwin D. McKee, 1-2
  • Formations Exposed at the Grand Canyon - G.E. Sturdevant, 2-5

Volume 2 Number 3 — August 1927

  • Cats and Polecats - Staff, 1-2
  • Birds of the Havasupai Canyon - Edwin D. McKee, 2
  • Canyon Rim Roses - G.E. Sturdevant, 3
  • "Pal" - Staff, 4

Volume 2 Number 4 — September 1927

  • Crossbill - Mrs. G.E. Sturdevant, 1-2
  • Pine Nuts - G.E. Sturdevant, 3
  • Mother Grouse Poses for Movie Camera - Staff, 3-4
  • Pegmatite Dikes - Staff, 4-5
  • Grand Canyon Animal Tracks - Staff, 5

Volume 2 Number 5 — October 1927

  • Tame Deer Herd Started at Grand Canyon - Staff, 1-2
  • Canyon Hiking - Staff, 2-3
  • Pet Fawns Introduced to Snow and Rain - Staff, 3-4
  • A Canyon Culprit - Staff, 4

Volume 2 Number 6 — November 1927

  • Breaking A Trail Through Bright Angel Canyon - F.E. Matthes - 1-4

Volume 2 Number 7 — December 1927

  • Pal Killed by Mountain Lion - Staff, 1
  • Canyon Walls are Barrier to Migration - Staff, 1-2
  • Antelope Reveal Goat Trails - Staff, 2
  • "Smoky" is an Apt Pupil - Staff, 2
  • Mountain Sheep Observed on Canyon Rim - Staff, 3
  • Crossbill Winters at Grand Canyon - Mrs. G.E. Sturdevant, 3
1928

Volume 2 Number 8 — January 1928

  • Nesting and Food Habits of the Abert Squirrel at Grand Canyon - Staff, 1-3
  • Species of Products of the Kaibab Limestone at Grand Canyon - Staff, 3-5

Volume 2 Number 9 — February 1928

  • A Visit to an Un-Frequented Part of the Grand Canyon - Staff, 1-7
  • A Near Tragedy - Staff, 7

Volume 2 Number 10 — March 1928

  • Springtime at the Grand Canyon - Staff, 1
  • Champion Barker? - Staff, 1-2
  • Rejuvenation - Staff, 2-3
  • Mountain Sheep Leads Way Up the Trail - Staff, 4
  • Third Publication on Grand Canyon Animal Tracks - Staff, 4
  • Deer Leaps 1700 Feet to Death - Staff, 4

Volume 2 Number 11 — April 1928

  • Inspecting a Possible Trout Stream of Grand Canyon - Staff, 1-6

Volume 2 Number 12 — May 1928

  • Red-Shafted Flicker Nests on Canyon Rim - Staff, 1
  • Hermit Steer of the Canyon - Staff, 1-2
  • Deer Arrive at Bright Angel Point - Staff, 2
  • Sea Gull Visits the Park - Staff, 2
  • Kaibab Squirrel Plentiful - Staff, 3
  • Results of a Large Crop of Pinon Nuts - Staff, 3
  • Lading of Colorado River - Staff, 4

Volume 3 Number 1 — June 1928

  • Antelope for Burros - Staff, 1-2
  • Cassin Vireo Observed - Staff, 2
  • Kaibab Fawn Captured - Staff, 2
  • Bird Life on the Tonto Plateau - Edwin D. McKee, 2-3
  • Cougars Not Extinct of Kaibab - Chas. W. Merriam, 3-4
  • Fossils Collected - Staff, 4
  • Mountain Sheep Comes Up Bright Angel Trail - Staff, 4

Volume 3 Number 2 — July 1928

  • Saturn As a Brilliant Object in the Southern Sky - M.R. Tillotson, 1-2
  • Grand Canyon Illuminated by Aurora Borealis - M.R. Tillotson, 2
  • Ironwood (Knowlton's Hornbeam) - G.E. Sturdevant, 2-3
  • Analogy of Past and Present Life - Chas. W. Merriam, 3-4
  • The Polyphemus Moth - Edwin D. McKee, 4-5
  • Dusky Grouse on South Rim - Staff, 5

Volume 3 Number 3 — August 1928

  • Stubby - Staff, 1-2
  • New Bird Records for Park - Edwin D. McKee, 2
  • The Geaster or Earth Star - H.V. Hibbard, 2-3
  • The Blue-Bellied Lizard - Edwin D. McKee, 3-4
  • Oswald - Mrs. G.E. Sturdevant, 4-5

Volume 3 Number 4 — September 1928

  • What Causes the Canyon Walls to Recede? - G.E. Sturdevant, 1-3
  • Five Planets in the Autumn Skies - M.R. Tillotson, 3-4
  • Bird Baths - Mrs. G.E. Sturdevant, 4-5

Volume 3 Number 5 — October 1928

  • Lessons From a Graveyard - Staff, 1
  • Kingfisher at Grand Canyon - Staff, 1-2
  • Two Trail Parties in One Picture - Staff, 2
  • Robin Breaks Ice to Take Bath - Staff, 2
  • Antlers as an Age Indicator of Deer - Staff, 3
  • Ring-Tailed Cats - Mrs. G.E. Sturdevant, 3-4

Volume 3 Number 6 — December 1928

  • A Reconnaissance of the Northeastern Part of Grand Canyon National Park - Staff, 1-6
1929

Volume 3 Number 7 — January 1929

  • Additional Indian Ruins of Clear Creek Region - A.L. Brown - 1
  • Lessons From the Grand Canyon - G.E. Sturdevant, 2-3
  • Clear Creek is Stocked with Trout - Staff, 3
  • In Time for Refreshments - Staff, 3-4

Volume 3 Number 8 — February 1929

  • Our Sorrow - M.R. Tillotson, 1-2
  • Glen Ernest Studevant - Staff, 2-3
  • Fred Johnson - Staff, 3-4
  • Fawns Arrive from Kaibab - G.E. Sturdevant, 4-5
  • Beaver at Phantom Ranch - G.E. Sturdevant, 5-6
  • Favorable Snow Conditions - Staff, 6

Volume 3 Number 9 — May 1929

  • Scientific Work Conducted at Grand Canyon - Staff, 1
  • The Chuckwalla - Miss Barbara Hastings, 2
  • Life Zones of the Grand Canyon - Vernon Bailey, 2-5
  • Wind Erosion in the Grand Canyon - Staff, 6-7
  • Odds and Ends - Staff, 7

Volume 3 Number 10 — June 1929

  • Scientific Work - Staff, 1-2
  • Manzanita on the South Rim - Earl W. Count, 2
  • Lady Hecate - Barbara Hastings, 2-3
  • Nesting Notes - Mrs. F.M. Bailey and Staff, 3-4
  • The Coronado Expedition - Stephen B. Jones, 4-5
  • Soil of the South Rim - A Query - Earl W. Count, 6
  • Heralds of Summer - Staff, 6-7

Volume 3 Number 11 — July 1929

  • A Food Plant of the Indians - Miss Barbara Hastings, 1-3
  • The Path of a Thunderstorm - Stephen B. Jones, 3
  • Lunch À La Abert - Earl W. Count - 3
  • The Horned Owl - Edwin D. McKee, 4
  • Yavapai Catches a Bolt - Earl W. Count, 5
  • Summer Snowstorms - S.B. Jones, 5
  • Facts - Not Fancies - Staff, 6

Volume 3 Number 12 — August 1929

  • Mariposa Lily - Miss Laura Mills, 1
  • Deer Conditions on the Kaibab up to August 5, 1929 - Vernon Bailey, 1-2
  • Laoporus Goes Walking - Edwin D. McKee, 3-4
  • Cricket Notes - E.W. Count, 4-5
  • Lightning-Scarred Trees - S.B. Jones, 5
  • The Next Generation - Edwin D. McKee, 6

Volume 4 Number 1 — September 1929

  • Horned Toads - S.B. Jones, 1-2
  • The Gathering of the Jay Clan (Cyanocephalus cyanocephalus) - E.W. Count, 2
  • Mushrooms on the Kaibab - Laura E. Mills, 3-4
  • Snakes as Mediators - Edwin D. McKee, 5
  • A Mutating Pentstemon - E.W. Count, 6
  • Along the Trails - Staff, 6

Volume 4 Number 2 — October 1929

  • The Cover - Hopi Symbols - E.W. Count, 8-9
  • Flying Deer - P.P. Patraw, 9-10
  • Surface Topography of the Kaibab - Edwin D. McKee, 10-12
  • The Elusive Sceloporus - S.B. Jones, 12-13
  • Hither and Yon - Staff, 13-14

Volume 4 Number 3 — November 1929

  • Feathered Friends - Edwin D. McKee, 15-16
  • Middle Canyon Sculpturing - W.M. Davis, 17-18
  • Avian Cliff-Dwellers - E.W. Count, 18
  • "Porky" - S.B. Jones, 19-21
  • The Bright Angel Trail Fault - Edwin D. McKee, 21

Volume 4 Number 4 — December 1929

  • Cougars on the South Rim of Grand Canyon - H.R. Lauzon, 23-24
  • The Flora of the Hermit Shale in Grand Canyon - David White, 24-25
  • Unconventional Pines - S.B. Jones, 25
  • Rug-Weaving, Navajo Style - E.W. Count, 25a-26
  • Grand Canyon Lichens - Edwin D. McKee, 27-29
1930

Volume 4 Number 5 — March 1930

  • Yavapai Observation Station - P.P. Patraw, 30-32
  • Climbing Deer - S.B. Jones, 32
  • Pinyon Puzzle - E.W. Count, 33
  • Winter Robins - Staff, 33
  • The Youthful Grand Canyon - Edwin D. McKee, 33-35

Volume 4 Number 6 — April 1930

  • Some Lizards of Grand Canyon - E.W. Count, 36-37
  • Briefs - Staff, 37
  • Our Cactuses - Miss Pauline Mead, 38-40
  • The Grand Canyon Rattlesnake - Staff, 40

Volume 4 Number 7 — May 1930

  • Scientific Expedition to the Nankoweap - M.R. Tillotson, 41
  • The Reference Library - Edwin D. McKee, 42
  • Oh Cedar! - S.B. Jones, 42-43
  • Wild Burros of the Grand Canyon - P.P. Patraw, 43-45
  • The Navajo Silversmith - E.W. Count, 45
  • Pages in Cambrian History - Edwin D. McKee, 46-47
  • Left-Overs - Staff, 45

Volume 4 Number 8 — June 1930

  • Report of Nankoweap Trip - C.E. Resser, 48-49
  • Archaeology - Staff, 50
  • Wayside Museum of Archaeology Expedition - Harold S. Gladwin, 50-51
  • Vanadinite in the Grand Canyon - Edwin D. McKee, 52
  • Kaibab Trail - E.W. Count, 53-55
  • Odds and Ends - Staff, 56

Volume 4 Number 9 — July 1930

  • A Living Conquest - E.W. Count, 57-58
  • Fossils and What They Tell - R.L. Nichols, 59-60
  • Copper Deposits of Grand Canyon - Edwin D. McKee, 61
  • July Bird Notes - Staff, 62

Volume 4 Number 10 — August 1930

  • The Hopi Snake Dance - Barbara H. McKee, 63-64
  • The Clear Creek Expedition - Russell Hastings, 64-65
  • Chisel-Teeth-Chatter - E.W. Count, 65-66
  • An Archaeological Find - Arthur Soper, 66-67
  • Irregularities in Climatic Belts - Clyde Searl, 68-69
  • Odds and Ends - Staff, 69-70

Volume 4 Number 11 — September 1930

  • Some Grand Canyon Plants & Their Uses - Pauline Mead, 72-77
  • The Carrying Power of the Colorado River - R.L. Nichols, 77
  • Dining Solitaire - E.W. Count, 77-78
  • The Esplanade - E.D. McKee, 78-79
  • A New Bird Record - Clyde Searl, 80
  • The Canyon Towhee - Edwin D. McKee, 80

Volume 4 Number 12 — October 1930

  • Deer Antlers - Clyde Searl, 81
  • Butterflies of the Grand Canyon - Robert G. Wind, 81-84
  • Seeds of Some Grand Canyon Wild Flowers - Pauline Mead, 84-89
  • Briefs - E.W. Count - 90
  • Ripples in the Sands of Time - E.D. McKee, 91-93

Volume 5 Number 1 — November 1930

  • The Story of a Pebble - Clyde Searl, 1
  • Butteflies Near the Colorado River in November - Pauline Mead, 2-3
  • Geological and Wild Life Observations Between Bass Canyon and Hermit Canyon - E.D. McKee, 3-9
  • A Winter-Blooming Goosefoot - Pauline Mead, 10-11
  • Briefs - Staff, 11

Volume 5 Number 2 — December 1930

  • Small But Mighty! - E.D. McKee - 12
  • A Brief Ecological Comparison of Life Zones on the Kaibab Plateau - Pauline Mead, 13-17
  • Fossil Mountain - Edwin D. McKee - 18-19
  • Preliminary Report on the Germination of Native Wild Flower Seeds - Pauline Mead, 18-20
1931

Volume 5 Number 3 — January 1931

  • "The Explorer" - M.R. Tillotson, 21-24
  • Beetles - Clyde C. Searl, 25-26
  • The Origin of Hermit Basin - Edwin D. McKee, 27
  • Second Report of the Germination of Native Wild Flower Seeds - Pauline Mead, 28-29
  • The Badger and Its Environment - Chester Markeley, 30-31
  • The Goal of Yavapai - Clyde C. Searl, 31-33

Volume 5 Number 4 — February 1931

  • Planting Fish Eggs in Clear Creek - P.P. Patraw - 34-35
  • The First Spring Flower - Pauline Mead, 36
  • Some Interesting Bird Records - Clyde C. Searl, 37-38
  • A Strange Combination - Burt Luzon, 38
  • A Remnant of the Age of Fishes - Edwin D. McKee, 39
  • Building Rocks - Clyde C. Searl, 40-41
  • Third Report on the Germination of Native Wild Flower Seeds - Pauline Mead, 41-42

Volume 5 Number 5 — March 1931

  • Fossil Footprints of the Coconino - Edwin D. McKee, 43-44
  • Sedimentary Rocks - Clyde C. Searl, 45-46
  • The Rock Loving Alum Root - Pauline Mead, 47
  • Official Report on Stocking Canyon Streams with Fish - J.P. Brooks, 48
  • The Raccoon of Havasupai - Chester R. Markeley, 49-50
  • Fourth Report on the Germination of Native Wild-Flower Seeds - Pauline Mead, 51-53

Volume 5 Number 6 — April 1931

  • Some Beetles of Grand Canyon - Clyde Searl, 54-55
  • A Lively Little Beggar - Barbara H. McKee, 56-57
  • Pocket Mice! - Edwin D. McKee, 57-58
  • Early Stages in the Development of Rainbow Trout - Chester R. Markeley, 59-60
  • Notelets - E.D. McKee - 61

Volume 5 Number 7 — May 1931

  • Geography of the Middle Cambrian Period - Edwin D. McKee, 62-64
  • An Interesting Bug - Clyde Searl, 64-65
  • Broom-Rape, A Root Parasite - Pauline Mead Patraw, 66
  • Winter Feeding of White-Tailed Squirrels - George Collins, 67-68
  • Field Observations - Staff, 69-70

Volume 5 Number 8 — June 1931

  • Where Our Cacti Grow - Pauline Mead Patraw, 71-72
  • Bare Facts About Bear Tracks - George Collins, 73-74
  • Birding in Grand Canyon - Randolph Jenks, 75-77
  • The Sonora Beaver - Chester Markeley, 78-80
  • A Mother Squirrel Transports Its Young - R.A. Redburn, 80-81
  • Field Observations - Staff, 82-83

Volume 5 Number 9 — July 1931

  • Bats - Carol F. Tyler, 84-86
  • Relics of the Past - Antone Albert, 87-88
  • How the Supai Indians Prepare Mescal as Told Me By Supai Lilly Burro - Barbara H. McKee, 89-90
  • A Gopher-Snake Lunches - Earl Count, 90-93
  • Giant Moths - Edwin D. McKee, 93-94

Volume 5 Number 10 — August 1931

  • Blue Ribbon Minerals - H.H. Waesche, 95-98
  • The Blue Haze of Grand Canyon - Ralph A. Redburn, 98-100
  • Some Birds and Their Nests on the Kaibab - Randolph Jenks, 101-105
  • Trees Gripping the Hillside - E.W. Count, 106
  • Grand Canyon - A Barrier to Reptiles? - Edwin D. McKee, 107-109

Volume 5 Number 11 — September 1931

  • The Colorado River - Ralph A. Redburn, 110-114
  • Two Reptiles New to the Grand Canyon - Charles M. Bogert, 115-116
  • A Quarrel Among Bird Families - Edwin D. McKee, 117
  • Forest Fire - Ciwn Lynch, 118

Volume 5 Number 12 — October 1931

  • A Trip Down Tanner Trail - Vernon Bailey, 119-120
  • Additional Notes on the Tanner Trail Trip - Edwin D. McKee, 121-122
  • An Historical Record - Godfrey Sykes, 123-124
  • Pinyon Pine Nuts - R.A. Redburn, 125-126
  • Crinoidal Limestone - Edwin D. McKee, 126-127

Volume 6 Number 1 — November 1931

  • An Archaeological Exhibit - Edwin D. McKee, 1-2
  • Early November Bird Records - Clyde C. Searl, 3-6
  • Plant Succession in Kaibab Limestone - Pauline Mead Patraw, 6-9
  • An Experiment in Grand Canyon with the American Pronghorn - Ralph A. Redburn, 10-13
  • Miscellany - Staff, 13-15

Volume 6 Number 2 — December 1931

  • Dragon-Flies at Grand Canyon - Clyde C. Searl, 16-18
  • Russian Thistle - Earl W. Count, 18
  • The Origin of Bright Angel Canyon - Edwin D. McKee, 19-21
  • Miscellany - Staff, 21-22
1932

Volume 6 Number 3 — January 1932

  • The Yucca - Sword-Like Yet Friendly - Barbara Hastings McKee, 23-25
  • Navi'-Pe - E.W. Count, 25
  • A Deeper Canyon - Clyde C. Searl, 26
  • When Winter Comes - Edwin D. McKee, 27
  • Special Notes - Staff, 28
  • Errata - Staff, 28
  • Chipmunk - Ciwn Lynch, 29

Volume 6 Number 4 — February 1932

  • Greenland Lake - Edwin D. McKee, 30
  • The Herbarium of Grand Canyon National Park - Clyde C. Searl, 31-33
  • Field Observations - Staff, 33-34
  • Comparative Porosity of Rock Formations in Grand Canyon - H.H. Waesche, 35-37
  • Personnel Notes - M.R. Tillotson, 37

Volume 6 Number 5 — March 1932

  • "Spring is Near" - Donald Edward McHenry, 39-40
  • Vandals of the Sand - Clyde C. Searl, 41-42
  • The Ancient Mazatzal Land - Edwin D. McKee, 42-45
  • Identification of the Common Pink Mineral Found Near Phantom Ranch - B.F. Moomaw, Jr., 46-47
  • Field Observations - Staff, 47

Volume 7 Number 1 — April 1932

Volume 7 Number 2 — May 1932

Volume 7 Number 3 — June 1932

Volume 7 Number 4 — July 1932

Volume 7 Number 5 — August 1932

Volume 7 Number 6 — September 1932

Volume 7 Number 7 — October 1932

Volume 7 Number 8 — November 1932

Volume 7 Number 9 — December 1932

1933

Volume 7 Number 10 — January 1933 — Special Archeological Number

Volume 7 Number 11 — February 1933

Volume 7 Number 12 — March 1933

Volume 8 Number 1 — April 1933

Volume 8 Number 2 — May 1933

Volume 8 Number 3 — June 1933

Volume 8 Number 4 — July 1933

Volume 8 Number 5 — August 1933

Volume 8 Number 6 — September 1933

Volume 8 Number 7 — October 1933

Volume 8 Number 8 — November 1933

Volume 8 Number 9 — December 1933

1934

Volume 8 Number 10 — January 1934

Volume 8 Number 11 — February 1934

Volume 8 Number 12 — March 1934

Volume 9 Number 1 — April 1934

Volume 9 Number 2 — May 1934

Volume 9 Number 3 — June 1934

Volume 9 Number 4 — july 1934

Volume 9 Number 5 — August 1934

Volume 9 Number 6 — September 1934

Volume 9 Number 7 — October 1934

Volume 9 Number 8 — November 1934

Volume 9 Number 9 — December 1934

1935

Volume 9 Number 10 — January 1935

2007

Volume 22 Number 1 — Spring 2007

Natural History Bulletins (All files in PDF format)

Mammals of the Grand Canyon Region
Number 1 — June 1935
(HTML edition)

History and Exploration of the Grand Canyon Region
Number 2 — November 1935
(HTML edition)

Trees of Grand Canyon National Park
Number 3 — March 1936

Contributions to Grand Canyon Ornithology
Number 4 — March 1936

Contributions to Grand Canyon Geology
Number 5 — May 1936

Check-list of Plants of Grand Canyon National Park
Number 6 — June 1936

Prehistoric Man in the Southwest
Number 7 — August 1936

Check-list of Birds of Grand Canyon National Park
Number 8 — July 1937

Amphibians and Reptiles of Grand Canyon National Park
Number 9 — July 1938

Plants of Grand Canyon National Park
Number 10 — January 1947

Butterflies of Grand Canyon National Park
Number 11 — September 1950

Prehistoric People of the Northern Southwest
Number 12 — 1955

Grand Canyon: Origin and Scenery
Number 13 — 1961

The Story of Man at Grand Canyon
Number 14 — 1967

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