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1. Buckland, William. "Notice on the Megalosaurus or great Fossil Lizard of Stonesfield," in: Transactions of the Geological Society of London, series. 2, vol. 1 (1824), pp. 390-396.

2. Mantell, Gideon. "Notice on the Iguanodon, a newly discovered fossil reptile, from the sandstone of Tilgate Forest, in Sussex," in: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, vol. 115 (1825), pp. 179-186.

3. Mantell, Gideon. The Wonders of Geology. London: Relfe and Fletcher, 1838.

4. Owen, Richard. "Report on British fossil reptiles. Part II," in: Report of the Eleventh Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, held at Plymouth, July 1841, pp. 66-204.

5. Hawkins, Benjamin Waterhouse. "On visual education as applied to geology," in: Journal of the Society of Arts, vol. 2 (1854), pp. 444-449.

6. Owen, Richard. Geology and Inhabitants of the Ancient World. London: Crystal Palace Library, and Bradbury & Evans, 1854.

7. Goodrich, Samuel Griswold. Illustrated Natural History of the Animal Kingdom. New York: Derby & Jackson, 1859.

8. Hitchock, Edward. Ichnology of New England. A Report on the Sandstone of the Connecticut Valley, especially its Fossil Footmarks. Boston: William White, 1858.

9. Leidy, Joseph. "Notice of remains of extinct reptiles and fishes,discovered by Dr. F. V. Hayden in the Bad Lands of the Judith River, Nebraska Territory," in: Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, vol. 8 (1856), pp. 72-3.

10. Leidy, Joseph. "[Remarks concerning Hadrosaurus]," in: Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Piladelphia, vol. 10 (1858), pp. 215-218.

10a. Lucas, Frederick A, "The dinosaur Trachodon annectens," in: Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, vol. 45 (1904), pp. 317-320.

11. Cope, Edward Drinker. "The fossil reptiles of New Jersey," in: American Naturalist, vol. 3 (1869), pp. 84-91.

12. Owen, Richard. Monograph on the Fossil Reptilia of the Wealden Formation. Part IV. London: Paleontographical Society, 1857.

13. Wagner, Andreas. "Neue Beitrage zur Kenntnis der urweltlichen Fauna des lithographischen Scheifers," in: Abhandlungen der Mathemat.-Physikalischen Classe der Koniglich Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, vol. 9 (1861), pp. 65-124.

14. Owen, Richard. "On the Archeopteryx of von Meyer, with a decription of the fossils remains of a long-tailed species, from the Lithographic Stone of Solenhofen," in: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, vol. 153 (1863), pp. 33-47.

15. Huxley, Thomas Henry. "On the Animals which are most nearly intermediate between birds and the reptiles," in: Annals and Magazine of Natural History, series 4, vol. 2 (1868), pp. 66-75.

15a. Marsh, Othniel Charles. "Restoration of some European dinosaurs, with suggestions as to their place among the Reptilia." American Journal of Science, series 3, vol. 50 (1895), pp. 407-412.

16. Seeley, Harry Govier. "On some differences between the London and Berlin specimens referred to Archaeopteryx," in: Geological Magazine, series 2, vol. 8 (1881), pp. 454-455.

17. Dollo, Louis. "Cinquieme note sur les dinosauriens de Bernissart," in: Bulletin de Musee Royal d'Histoire Naturelle de Belgique, vol. 3 (1884), pp. 129-146.

18. Marsh, Othniel C. "Principal characters of American Jurassic dinosaurs. Part VI: Restoration of Brontosaurus," in: American Journal of Science, series 3, vol. 26 (1883), pp. 81-85.

19. Marsh, Othniel C. "Restoration of Stegosaurus," in: American Journal of Science, series 3, vol. 42 (1891), pp. 179-181.

20. Seeley, Harry Govier. "On the Classification of the Fossil Animals commonly named Dinosauria," in: Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, vol. 43 (1888), pp. 165-171.

21. Marsh, Othniel C. "The dinosaurs of North America." Annual Report of the United States Geological Survey, vol. 16 (1894-95), pp. 133-244. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1896.

22. Hatcher, John Bell. "Diplodocus (Marsh): Its osteology, taxonomy, and probable habits, with a restoration of the skeleton," in: Memoirs of the Carnegie Museum, vol. 1 (1901), pp. 1-63.

23. Merrill, George P. "Report on the Department of Geology for the Year 1900-1901," in: Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution. Report of the U. S. National Museum, for the year ending June 30, 1901, pp. 81-91.

24. Knight, Charles R. "Diplodocus Restored. The largest creature that ever roamed the earth [cover illustration]," in: Scientific American, vol. 96, no. 24 (June 15, 1907), p. 485.

24a. Beasley, Walter. "Diplodocus: The greatest of all earthly creatures," in: Scientific American, vol. 96, no. 24 (June 15, 1907), pp. 491-492.

25. Hay, Oliver P. "On the manner of locomotion of the dinosaurs, especially Diplodocus, with remarks on the origin of the birds," in: Proceedings of the Washington Academy of Sciences, vol. 12 (1910), pp. 1-25.

26. Beecher, Charles E. "The reconstruction of a Cretaceous dinosaur, Claosaurus annectens Marsh," in: Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, vol. 11 (1901-1902), pp. 311-324.

27. Lucas, Frederick A. "The Dinosaurs or terrible lizards," in: Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution, for the year ending June 30, 1901, pp. 641-647.

28. Sternberg, Charles H. Hunting Dinosaurs in the Bad Lands of the Red Deer River, Alberta, Canada. Lawrence, Kansas: Published by Charles H. Sternberg, 1917.

29. Brown, Barnum. "Corythosaurus casuarius: Skeleton, musculature and epidermis," in: Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, vol. 35 (1916), pp. 709-716.

30. Osborn, Henry Fairfield. "Models of extinct vertebrates," in: Science, new series, vol. 7 (1898), pp. 841-845.

31. Gilmore, Charles W. Osteology of the carnivorous Dinosauria in the United States National Museum, with special reference to the genera Antrodemus (Allosaurus) and Ceratosaurus. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1920. Series: Smithsonian Institution. United States National Museum. Bulletin 110.

32. Dickerson, Mary Cynthia. "Charles R. Knight--Painter and sculptor of animals," in: American Museum Journal, vol. 14 (1914), pp. 83-98.

33. Osborn, Henry Fairfield. "Tyrannosaurus and other Cretaceous carnivorous dinosaurs," in: Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, vol. 21 (1905), pp. 259-265.

34. Osborn, Henry Fairfield. "Skeletal adaptations of Ornitholestes, Struthiomimus, Tyrannosaurus," in: Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, vol. 35 (1916), pp. 733-771 [on Tyrannosaurus].

35. Osborn, Henry Fairfield. "Skeletal adaptations of Ornitholestes, Struthiomimus, Tyrannosaurus," in: Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, vol. 35 (1916), pp. 733-771 [on Struthiomimus].

36. Lambe, Lawrence M. The Cretaceous Theropodous Dinosaur Gorgosaurus. Ottawa: Government Printing Bureau, 1917. Series: Canada. Department of Mines. Geological Survey. Memoir 100.

37. Gilmore, Charles W. Osteology of the armored Dinosauria in the United States National Museum, with special reference to the genus Stegosaurus. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1914. Series: Smithsonian Institution. United States National Museum. Bulletin 89.

38. Lull, Richard Swann. Triassic Life of the Connecticut Valley. Hartford: Published by the State, 1915. Series: Connecticut. State Geological and Natural History Survey. Bulletin no. 24.

39. Osborn, Henry Fairfield; Charles Craig Mook. "Camarasaurus, Amphicoelias, and other sauropods of Cope. Memoirs of the American Museum of Natural History, new series, vol. 3 (1921), pp. 247-387.

40. Gilmore, Charles W. "A nearly complete articulated skeleton of Camarasaurus, a saurischian dinosaur from the Dinosaur National Monument, Utah," in: Memoirs of the Carnegie Museum, vol. 10 (1925), pp. 347-384.

41. Gilmore, Charles W. "Osteology of Apatosaurus, with special reference to specimens in the Carnegie Museum," in: Memoirs of the Carnegie Museum, vol. 11 (1936), pp. 175-300.

42. Matthew, William D.; Walter Granger. "The most significant fossil finds of the Mongolian expeditions," in: Natural History, vol. 26 (1926), pp. 532-534.

43. Osborn, Henry Fairfield. "Three new Theropoda, Protoceratops zone, central Mongolia," in: American Museum Novitates, no. 144 (1924), pp. 1-12.

44. Heilmann, Gerhard. The Origin of Birds. New York, D. Appleton and Company, 1927.

45. Colbert, Edwin H. "Little dinosaurs of ghost ranch," in: Natural History, vol. 56 (1947), pp. 392-399, 427-428.

46. Knight, Charles R. "Parade of life through the ages," in: National Geographic, vol. 81, no. 2 (February 1942), pp. 141-184.

47. The Editorial Staff of Life; and Lincoln Barnett. The World We Live In. New York: Time, Inc., 1955.

48. Augusta, Joseph; illustrated by Zdenek Burian. Prehistoric Animals. London: Spring Books, [1957].

49. Ostrom, John H. Osteology of Deinonychus antirrhopus, an unusual theropod dinosaur from the Lower Cretaceous of Montana. New Haven: Peabody Museum of Natural History, Yale University, 1969. Series: Yale University. Peabody Museum of Natural History. Bulletin 30.

Table of Contents, Supplemental Items

This Table lists thirty-five works that are included in the Web catalog but are not actually on display in the exhibition of Paper Dinosaurs, 1824-1969. The works are listed by catch title in order of their appearance in the virtual exhibition, with links to each. The number with which each item begins indicates the work in the exhibition to which it is anchored. For example, "17a. A British Iguanodon from Brussels, 1895" is associated with the exhibited item, "17. The Bernisssart Iguanodons, 1884." Click here to see the Table of Contents for the Main Exhibit Items, or click here to see the Master Index and Bibliography.

1a. Plot's Unrecognized Dinosaur Bone, 1676
3a. The Maidstone Iguanodon, 1840
7a. Megalosaurus and Iguanodon, 1859
7b. The Discovery of Hylaeosaurus, 1833
7c. Two Versions of Hylaeosaurus, 1833 and 1840
7d. Figuier's World Before the Deluge, 1867
8a. Hitchcock's First Footprints, 1836
9a. The Trachodon Tooth, 1860
10a. Hawkins' Restoration of Hadrosaurus, 1868 [1904]
10b. The Hadrosaurus Bones, 1865
11a. The Discovery of Laelaps, 1866 [1871]
12a. Footprints in the Weald, 1854
13a. Nopcsa and a Dinner for Compsognathus, 1903
16a. Vogt's Image of Archaeopteryx, 1880
17a. A British Iguanodon from Brussels, 1895
17b. Iguanodon on its Haunches, 1896
18c. Marsh's Unpublished Brontosaurus Restoration, 1966
22a. The Complete Carnegie Quarry Map, 1901
22b. The Diplodocus carnegiei Skeleton, 1901
22c. Carnegie Diplodocus in the British Museum, 1905
24a. Diplodocus, the Human Dimension, 1899
24b. A Diplodocus Goes to Germany, 1907
25a. Slinking Diplodocus, 1909
25b. Holland Makes Hay, 1910
26a. Marsh's Claosaurus, 1892
26b. What’s in a Name? The Trachodon Story
27b. Cope's Diclonius, 1883
28a. The Skin of the Mummy, 1912
31a. Marsh's Ceratosaurus, 1892
32a. Osborn's Ornitholestes, 1903
32b. Allosaurus in Bone and Flesh, 1907 and 1914
33a. A Second Look at the First T. rex, 1906
33b. Diplodocus to Scale, 1899
34a. Three Views of the First T. rex Mount, 1916
34b. The T. rex Skull, 1912
38a. Anchisaurus, Triassic Dinosaur, 1893
41a. The Carnegie Apatosaurus Mount, 1936
44a. Other Heilmann Drawings, 1927
48a. Snorkeling Brachiosaurus, 1957
48b. A T.rex and Trachodon Tableau, 1957

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