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Gilmore, Charles W.
Gilmore, Charles Whitney
Dates: 
1874-1945
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American Museum of Natural History
Maxson, John H.
Merriam, John C. (1869-1945)
Merriam, John Campbell (1869-1945)
Stock, Chester (1892-1950)
Washington. Carnegie Institution
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Amphibians and reptiles
cold-blooded vertebrates. parts ii and iii: amphibians and reptiles.
Contributions to Vertebrate Palaeontology. -
fauna of the arundel formation of maryland., the
Fossil footprints from the Grand Canyon : second contribution
Fossil Lizards of North America
fossil turtles of the Uinta Formation, The
nearly complete articulated skeleton of Camarasaurus, a saurischian dinosaur from the Dinosaur National Monument, Utah. Osteology of ornithopodous dinosaurs from the Dinosaur National Monument, Utah ..., A
New carnivorous dinosaur from the Lance formation of Montana.
new coelurid dinosaur from the belly river cretaceous of alberta., a
new crocodilian from the eocene of utah, a
new eocene lizard from wyoming, a
New fossil lizards from the upper Cretaceous of Utah
New fossil turtles : with notes on two described species
new restoration of Triceratops, with notes on the osteology of the genus, A
new rhynchocephalian reptile from the jurassic of wyoming, with notes on the fauna of "quarry 9"., a
new species of extinct turtle from the upper Pliocene of Idaho, A
On a Newly Mounted Skeleton of Diplodocus in the United States National Museum
on the dinosaurian fauna of the iren dabasu formation.
on the genus stephanosaurus, with a description of the type specimen of lambeosaurus lambei.
Osteology of the armored Dinosauria in the United States National Museum, with special reference to the genus Stegosaurus
Papers concerning the palaeontology of the Cretaceous and later Tertiary of Oregon, of the Pliocene of northwestern Nevada, and of the late Miocene and Pleistocene of California
Reptilian faunas of the Torrejon, Puerco, and underlying Upper Cretaceous formations of San Juan County, New Mexico
review of recent progress in reptilian paleontology., a
smallest known horned dinosaur, Brachyceratops., The
Smithsonian exploration in Alaska in 1907 in search of Pleistocene fossil vertebrates
two new dinosaurian reptiles from mongolia with notes on some fragmentary specimens.
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