8. "The Camel Story" Early evidence of camel ancestors in Nebraska and their migration with facts about camels and their relatives. (1959) (4 pages).
11. "Rhinoceroses of the Past" History and description (with photos) of the Great Plains area and the world. More information on the Planetarium. (1960) (4 pages).
12. "Nebraska's Changing Climate" Story of the climatic changes in Nebraska history with drawings and photographs of some of the animals typical of various climates. Photograph of "Archie" (Archidiskodon imperator maibeni), world's largest elephant, exhibited in the University of Nebraska State Museum. Also an article on color variation in animals. (1960) (4 pages).
15. "Ice Age Migrants from Asia" Story of the migration of prehistoric mammals due to climatic changes, with information on specific animals which migrated to and from the Great Plains area. (1961) (4 pages).
19. "Nebraska's Prehistoric Horses" Photographs, drawings, and information about the early horses which roamed the plains of Nebraska with a chart on the general phylogeny of the North American horses. (1962) (4 pages).
22. "Fossil Hunting Yesterday and Today" Methods and results of fieldwork in the three fossil collecting periods in the United States. Each of the periods was about 65 years long and could be named (1) Exploration Period, (2) Random Collecting Period and (3) Systematic Stratigraphic Collecting Period. (1963) (8 pages).
24. "Salvaging Fossils in Nebraska" Salvaging fossils from highway, dam, and other construction excavations in the State. (1964) (6 pages).
27. "Story of a Nebraska Sea Serpent" Story of the excavation and exhibition of a Cretaceous marine reptile, a plesiosaur, in Nebraska. Photographs and drawings of the plesiosaur. Photo and news of the addition of a new fossil mastodont in Elephant Hall. (1965) (4 pages).
29. "A Bird with Teeth" Drawing and information of Hesperornis regalis, a five-foot-long bird with teeth from 100 million years ago. Photographs of items from the Webb Collection of Chinese and Tibetan objects and the story of the missionary life of Dr. and Mrs. A.H. Webb in western China with description of some of the many items they donated to the Museum. (1966) (4 pages).
30. "The Agate Springs Fossil Quarries" Information on the Agate Springs Fossil Quarries of Sioux County, Nebraska, which was the source of the remains of many early animals. Lists and descriptions with photos of the fossil mammals discovered in this area. (1966) (8 pages).
33. "Big Bone Lick, Kentucky" A pictorial story of the paleontological excavations at this famous fossil locality from 1962 to 1966. (1967) (12 pages).
43. "The Longest Neck in the Ocean" Measurements and study of a Nebraska plesiosaur confirm that it is the longest ever found in the world - 38 feet 3 inches total, with a neck 20 feet long. (1965) (2 pages).
52. "Nebraska's Fossil Elephants: the Mastodonts and Mammoths" Illustrated account of the discovery and display of extinct relatives of the elephants in Elephant Hall. Pictures show the difference between mammoth and mastodont teeth and a map of Nebraska shows which counties have produced mammoth and mastodont fossils. (1974) (6 pages).
56. "A Dinosaur Revival" Short history of the discovery and interpretation of dinosaurs. Illustrated with step-by-step photos of the creation of a lifesize reconstruction of the carnivorous dinosaur, Allosaurus. (1976) (8 pages).
59. "Giant Tortoises" Past climates on the Great Plains and information on giant tortoises, modern and ancient, and giant tortoises in Nebraska. (1977)(4 pages).
70. "Ice Age Superpredators" Fossil remains of giant short-faced bear and the extinct American Lion. Map showing locations of fossil finds throughout Nebraska. (1982) (4 pages).
72. "Canis dirus: Giant Dogs of the Ice Age" The story of a fascinating species, the dire wolf. (1988) (4 pages).
77. "Fossil Elephant Teeth in Nebraska" Information on the teeth of elephants and their extinct relatives (mastodons, mammoths, four tuskers [gomphotheres] and Stegomastodons) and what to do if you find one. Includes fold-out poster. - OUT OF PRINT. (1990) (4 pages).
81. "Ashfall: Life and Death at a Nebraska Waterhole Ten Million Years Ago" Description and history of Nebraska's newest state park, Ashfall Fossil Beds State Historical Park. Includes color fold-out poster (of [part of] mural in Ashfall's Visitor Center). (1992) (4 pages).
83. "Death at a 19 Million Year-old Waterhole: The Bonebed at Agate Fossil Beds National Monument, Western Nebraska" Reports on the discovery and initial excavations of the bonebed, the people involved, and the University excavations from 1981-1990. (1992) (6 pages).
87. "Preserving Vertebrate Fossils: Notes from the Laboratory" Discusses the role of amateurs in fossil and data collection, museums and collections, geology, occurrence of fossils, documentation, and collecting and preparation pointers. (1994) (4 pages).