Carl H. Eigenmann and Rosa Smith Eigenmann

Eigenmann collection of ichthyology articles, ca. 1880-1994.: inventory

Lilly Library call no.:

QL 614.5 
.E34

Includes four bound volumes of collected articles followed by two boxes of unbound articles. To request these materials for use, note the appropriate box number and follow the "Request ALF Item" link in IUCAT (direct link to record). For further information, see IUCAT search tips.

Volume 1 : "Fishes, Eigenmann, 1880-89"

1/1. "On the Occurrence of a Species of Cremnobates at San Diego, California." By Rosa Smith. Proceedings of United States National Museum. At end: San Diego, Cal., April 10, 1880. 3 p. (147-149).

1/2. "A list of the Fishes of San Diego, California." By Miss Rosa Smith. "Submitted to the San Diego Society of Natural History, November 5th, 1880." 1 p.

1/3. "Description of a New Species of Gobiesox (Gobiesox rhessodon) from San Diego, California." By Rosa Smith. Proceedings of United States National Museum. At end: San Diego, Cal., January 15, 1881. 2 p. (140-141).

1/4. "Notes on a Collection of Fishes from Johnston's Island, Including Descriptions of Five New Species." By Rosa Smith and Joseph Swain. Proceedings of United States National Museum. At end: Indiana University, April 4, 1882. 25 p. (119-143).

1/5. "On the Life Coloration of the Young of Pomacentrus rubicundus." By Rosa Smith. Proceedings of United States National Museum. At end: San Diego, Cal., November 6, 1882. 2 p. (652-653).

1/6. "The Life Colors of Cremnobates integripinnis." By Rosa Smith. Proceedings of United States National Museum. At end: San Diego, Cal., April 18, 1883. 2 p. (216-217).

1/7. "Note on the Occurrence of Gasterosteus williamsonigrd., in an Artesian Well at San Bernardino, Cal." By Rosa Smith. Proceedings of United States National Museum. At end: San Diego, Cal., April 18, 1883. 1 p. (217).

1/8. "Notes on the Fishes of Todos Santos Bay, Lower California." By Rosa Smith. Proceedings of United States National Museum. At end: San Diego, Cal., May 15, 1883. 5 p. (232-236, bound backwards).

1/9. "Description of a New Species of Squalius." By Rosa Smith. "Read before the California Academy of Sciences, December 1, 1883." 1 p.

1/10. "Ichthyology" Delivered before the public meeting of the New England Society in Grange Hall, National City, on Saturday evening, June 7th, 1884, by Miss Rosa Smith of San Diego. The Record, National City, San Diego County, California, June 19, 1884. 2 p.

1/11. "Notes on Fishes Collected at San Cristobal, Lower California, by Mr. Charles H. Townsend, assistant, U.S. Fish Commission." By Rosa Smith. Proceedings of United States National Museum. At end: San Diego, Cal., December 19, 1884. 3 p. (551-553).

1/12. "The Fishes of San Diego, California. A Revision of the List of Fishes Made November 5, 1880." By Rosa Smith. West American Scientist. vol. 1, no. 7, June 1885. 3 p. (45-47).

1/13. "The Fishes of San Diego, California. A Revision of the List of Fishes Made November 5, 1880. (Concluded from No. 7)" By Rosa Smith. West American Scientist, vol. 1, no. 8, July and August, 1885. 3 p. (53-55).

1/14. "On the occurrence of a New Series of Rhinoptera (R. encenadae) in Todos Santos Bay, Lower California." By Rosa Smith. At end: San Diego, Cal., November 20, 1885. 1 p.

1/15. "On Tetroadon Setosus, a New Species allied to Tetroadon meleagris Lacép." By Rosa Smith. Extract from Bulletin 6, California Academy of Sciences, November 13, 1886. At end: October 30, 1886. 2 p. (155-156). Mounted illus.

1/16. "A Chapter on Sharks." Golden Era, vol. 37, (issue number cropped), August 1887. At end: Rosa Smith. 2 p. (page number cropped).

1/17. "A chapter on Sting-Rays." Golden Era. Inscribed at end: Rosa Smith and Carl Eigenmann, San Diego, August 16, 1887. 2 p. (489-490).

1/18. "Charles L. M'Kay." Prepared for the meeting of the San Diego Society of Natural History, held April 7th, 1887. West American Scientist, undated. At end: Rosa Smith Eigenmann. 3 p. (189-191).

1/19. "A Review of the American Eleotridinae." By Carl H. Eigenman (sic) and Morton W. Fordice. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 1885. 18 p. (66-80).

1/20. "Notes on Skeletons of Etheostomatinae." By David S. Jordan and Carl H. Eigenman (sic). Proceedings of United States National Museum, 1885. At end: Indiana University, March 3, 1885. 5 p. (68-72).

1/21. "A Catalogue of the Fishes of Bean Blossom Creek, Monroe County, Indiana." By Carl H. Eigenmann and Morton W. Fordice. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 1885. 2 p. (410-411).

1/22. "A Review of the Genera and Species of Diodontidae found in American Seas." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Read December 21, 1885. At end: Indiana University, Dec. 7, 1885. 15 p. (297-311).

1/23. "A Review of the American Gasterosteidae." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 1886. 20 p. (233-252).

1/24. [Printed notes about Elementary Course in Practical Zoölogy, a book by B.P. Colton, about 1886] "The following description of this book is taken verbatim and entire from an article in 'The Dial,' Chicago, written by Carl H. Eigenmann, Assistant in Zoölogy, Indiana State University." 4 p. (1-4).

1/25. "Folk-lore of a German Village." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Current, vol. 5, no. 124, undated. Clipping mounted on 7 p.

1/26. "A Review of the Gobiidae of North America." By David S. Jordan and Carl H. Eigenmann. Proceedings of the United States National Museum, 1886. At end: Indiana University, September 17, 1886. 42 p. (477-518).

1/27. "A Review of the Choetodontidae of North America." By Carl H. Eigenmann and Jennie E. Horning. Read January 31st, 1887. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, vol. 4, 1887. 18 p. (1-18).

1/28. "Notes on the Specific Names of Certain North American Fishes." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 1887. 2 p. (295-296).

1/29. " A Review of the North American Species of the Genera Lagodon, Archosargus, and Diplodus." By Carl H. Eigenmann and Elizabeth G. Hughes. Proceedings of the United States National Museum, 1887 At end: Indiana University, December 15, 1886. 10 p. (65-74).

1/30. "Description of a New Species of Ophichthys (Ophichthys retropinnis) from Pensacola, Fla." By Carl Eigenmann. Proceedings of the United States National Museum, 1887. 1 p. (114).

1/31. "Notes on a Collection of Fishes Sent by Mr. Charles C. Leslie from Charleston, South Carolina." By David S. Jordan and Carl H. Eigenmann. Proceedings of the United States National Museum, 1887. At end: Indiana University, April 6, 1887. 2 p. (269-270).

1/32. "A Review of the Sciaenidae of America and Europe." By David Starr Jordan and Carl H. Eigenmann. Extracted from the Annual Report of the Commissioner of Fish and Fisheries for 1886. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1889. 109 p. (343-451). Illus.

1/33. "A List of the American Species of Gobiidae and Callionymidae, with Notes on the Specimens Contained in the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy, at Cambridge, Massachusetts." By Carl H. Eigenmann and Rosa Smith Eigenmann. Extract from Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, 25 January 1888. 28 p. (51-78). Illus.

1/34. "American Nematognathi," American Naturalist, July 1888. At end: C. and R. Eigenmann (Mus. Compar. Zoölogy, Cambridge, Mass.) 3 p. (647-649).

1/35. "Preliminary Notes on South American Nematognathi, Part One." By Carl H. Eigenmann and Rosa Smith Eigenmann. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, 18 July 1888. 54 p. (119-172).

1/36. "Preliminary Notes on South American Nematognathi, Part Two." By Carl H. Eigenmann and Rosa Smith Eigenmann. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, 18 August 1889. 29 p. (28-56).

1/37. Description of a New Species of Cyprinodon." By C.H. and R.S. Eigenmann. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, 8 January 1889. 1 p. (270).

1/38. "On the Development of California Food Fishes." By C.H. Eigenmann. American Naturalist, March 1889. 4 p. (107-110).

1/39. "Notes on Some California Fishes, with Descriptions of Two New Species." By Carl H. Eigenmann and Rosa S. Eigenmann. Proceedings of United States National Museum, 1888. At end: San Diego, Cal., March 4, 1889. 4 p. (463-466).

1/40. "Preliminary Descriptions of New Species and Genera of Characinidae." West American Scientist, pencil annotated April 1889. At end: C.H. and R.S. Eigenmann. 2 p. (7-8).

1/41. "Description of New Nematognathoid Fishes from Brazil." West American Scientist, pencil annotated April 1889. At end: C.H. and R.S. Eigenmann. 3 p. (8-10).

1/42. "On the Phosphorescent Spots of Porichthys Mararitatus." West American Scientist, pencil annotated May 1889. At end: Carl H. Eigenmann and Rosa Smith Eigenmann. San Diego Biological Laboratory, April 1, 1889. 3 p. (32-34).

1/43. "Contributions from San Diego Biological Laboratory." West American Scientist, pencil annotated June 1889. At end: Carl H. and Rosa S. Eigenmann. 4 p. (44-47).

1/44. "On the Genesis of the Color-Cells of Fishes." Contribution from the San Diego Biological Laboratory, Part Two. West American Scientist, July 1889. At end: Carl H. Eigenmann. 2 p. (unnumbered).

1/45. "San Diego Fishes." Written for The Union, pencil annotated October 13, 1889. At end: C.H. Eigenmann. Clipping mounted on three pages, unnumbered.

1/46. "The Fishes of Cortez Banks." Notes from the San Diego Biological Laboratory, Part One. By C.H. and R.S. Eigenmann. West American Scientist, undated. 10 p. (123-132).

1/47. "Additions to the Fauna of Cortez Banks." Notes from the San Diego Biological Laboratory, Part Two. West American Scientist, vol. 6, no. 49, November 1889. At end: C.H. and R.S. Eigenmann. 5 p. (147-151).

1/48. " A Review of the Erythrininae." By Carl H. Eigenmann and Rosa S. Eigenmann. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, 8 November 1889. 17 p. (100-116). Illus.

1/49. "A Revision of the Edentulous Genera of Curimatinae." By Carl H. Eigenmann and R.S. Eigenmann. Annuals of the New York Academy of Science, November 1889. Read May 13th, 1889. 33 p. (1-32).

1/50. "Description of a New Species of Hemirhamphus (Hemirhamphus rosae), from the Coast of California." By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. Proceedings of the United States National Museum. At end: San Diego, Cal., August 10, 1880. 2 p. (335-336). "We have named this species for Miss Rosa Smith of San Diego." (336).

1/51. "Description of Two New Species of Fishes from South America." By David Starr Jordan. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 1887. 2 p. (387-388). "I have named the species [cristiceps eigenmanni] for my former assistant, Mr. Carl H. Eigenmann." (387).

1/52. "Descriptions of Fourteen New Species of North American Myriapods." By Charles H. Bollman. Proceedings of the United States National Museum, 1887. 11 p. (617-627). At end: Indiana University, January 20, 1888. [He acknowledges indebtedness for specimens to eight persons, including "Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Eigenmann of San Diego, Cal."]

Volume 2: "Serranidae; Contributions I-II: 1890-94."

2/1. "Evolution of the Department of Zoology of Indiana University." Indiana Student, 13 March 1894. At end: W.J. Moenkhaus. With some account of the work of C.H. Eigenmann and a list of his publications. 7 p.

2/2. "A Review of the Genera and Species of Serranidae Found in the Waters of America and Europe." By David Starr Jordan and Carl H. Eigenmann. Extracted from Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission, vol. 8, 1888. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1890. 113 p. (329-441). Illus.

2/3. "On the Vivaparous Fishes of the Pacific Coast of North America." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Extracted from Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission, 1892. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1894. 98 p. (381-478). Illus.

2/4. "Results of explorations in Western Canada and the Northwestern United States." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Extracted from Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission, 1894. 32 p. (101-132). Illus.

2/5. "The Yolk Nucleus in Cymatogaster aggregatus Gibbons." By Jesse Hubbard. Reprinted 6 March 1894 from Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, vol. 33. Research at Indiana University under the direction of Carl H. Eigenmann. 10 p. (74-83). Illus.

2/6. The South American Cat-fishes Belonging to Cornell University." By Edward M. Kindle. Read 22 October 1894. Place of publication not indicated. Research at Indiana University under the direction of Carl H. Eigenmann. 8 p. (249-256).

2/7. "A Revision of the American Cichlidae." By Carl H. Eigenmann and William L. Bray. Annals of the New York Academy of Science, vol. 7, January 1894. 18 p. (607-624).

2/8. "Notes on Some South American Fishes." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Annals of the New York Academy of Science, vol. 7, February 1894. 13 p. (625-637).

2/9. "A Revision of the Fishes of the Subfamily Sebastinae of the Pacific Coast of America." By Carl H. Eigenmann and Charles H. Beeson. Proceedings of the United States National Museum,vol. 17, 1894. 33 p. (375-407).

2/10. "The South American Characinidae Collected by Charles Frederick Hartt." By Albert B. Ulrey. Annals of the New York Academy of Science, vol. 8, January 1895. Research at Indiana University under the direction of Carl H. Eigenmann. 44 p. (257-300).

2/11. "Report of the Botanical Division of the Indiana State Biological Survey." Lucien M. Underwood, Director. C.H. Eigenmann, Director, Zoological Section. 44 p. (13-14, 67-108).

2/12. "The Fishes of Indiana." By Carl H. Eigenmann and Charles H. Beeson. Contributions from the Zoological Department of Indiana University, no. 9, undated. 25 p. (1-25).

2/13. "Names and Locations of Indiana Streams." By Carl H. Eigenmann. No publication data. 15 p. (1-15).

2/14. "The Variation of Etheostoma caprodes Rafinesque." By W.J. Moenkhaus. American Naturalist, August 1894. Research at Indiana University under the direction of Carl H. Eigenmann. 20 p. (641-660). Illus.

2/15. "Leuciscus Balteatus (Richardson), a Study in Variation." By Carl H. Eigenmann. American Naturalist, January 1895. 16 p. (10-25). Illus.

Volume 3: "Fishes, Eigenmann, 1891-1892"

3/1. "A Review of the Genera and Species of Serranidae Found in the Waters of America and Europe." By David Starr Jordan and Carl H. Eigenmann. Extracted from the Bulletin on the United States Fish Commission, vol. 8, 1888. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1890. 113 p. (329-441). Illus.

3/2. "On the Precocious Segregation of the Sex Cells in Micrometrus Aggregatus, Gibbons." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Reprinted from the Journal of Morphology, vol. 5, no. 3. Boston, Ginn and company, 1891. 12 p. (481-492). Illus.

3/3. "A Catalogue of the Fresh-water Fishes of South America." By Carl H. Eigenmann. From the Proceedings of the United States National Museum,vol. 14, p. 1-81. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1891. 81 p.

3/4. "On the Genesis of the Chromatophores in Fishes." By Carl H. Eigenmann. American Naturalist, February 1891. At end: Published March 10th, 1891. 7 p. (112-118). Illus.

3/5. "New California Fishes." American Naturalist, February 1891. At end: R.S. Eigenmann, San Francisco, Cal., Jan. 8th, 1891. 4 p. (153-156).

3/6. "The Spawning Seasons of San Diego Fishes." American Naturalist, June 1891. At end: C.H. Eigenmann, San Francisco. 2 p. (578-579).

3/7. Description of a New Species of Catostomus (C. rex) from Oregon." American Naturalist, July 1891. At end: R.S. Eigenmann. 2 p. (667-668).

3/8. "Cottus belding ii, sp. nov." American Naturalist, December 1891. At end: C.H. and R.S. Eigenmann. 1 p. (1132).

3/9. "A New Diodont." American Naturalist, December 1891. At end: C.H. Eigenmann, Bloomington, Ind., Oct. 8th, 1891. 1 p. (1133).

3/10. "Women in Science." Read before the Pacific Coast Women's Press Association, no date indicated. At end: Rosa Smith Eigenmann. 7 p. (230-236).

3/11. "A Catalogue of the Fishes of the Pacific Coast of America North of Cerros Island." By Carl H. Eigenmann and Rosa S. Eigenmann. Annals of the New York Academy of Science, June 1892. At end: Bloomington, Indiana, May 30, 1892. 10 p. (349-358).

3/12. "The Fishes of San Diego, California." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Proceedings of the National Museum,vol. 15, 1892. 56 p. (123-178). Illus.

3/13. "Brachiostoma elongatum Sundevall at San Diego, California." American Naturalist, January 1892. At end: C.H. Eigenmann, Bloomington, Indiana. 1 p. (70).

3/14. "On the Presence of an Operculum in the Aspredinidae." American Naturalist, January 1892. At end: C.H. Eigenmann, Bloomington, Indiana. 1 p. (71). Illus.

3/15. "The Percopsidae on the Pacific Slope." By Carl H. Eigenmann, Indiana University. Science, undated. 2 p. (233-234).

3/16. "New fishes from Western Canada." American Naturalist, November 1892. [Author not named; internal reference to Indiana University]. 4 p. (961-964).

3/17. "The Continuity of Germ Plasma in Vertebrates." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Not located or dated. 4 p. (169-172).

3/18. "Biological Stations." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Not located or dated. 4 p. (172-175).

3/19. "The Eyes of Blind Fish." Abstract of an article by Carl H. Eigenmann, the article published in Proceedings of the United States National Museum,1892. Abstract not located or dated. 1 p. (175).

3/20. "On the Presence of an Operculum in the Aspredinidae." Abstract of an article by Carl H. Eigenmann, the article published in American Naturalist, January 1892. Abstract not located or dated. 1 p. (175).

Volume 4: "Contributions from the Zoological Laboratory of Indiana University, C.H. Eigenmann and students, 1901-1908."

4/1. "List of Contributions from the Zoölogical Laboratory." Indiana University Bulletin, undated. Includes contributions by C.H. Eigenmann. 6 p. (9-14).

4/2. "A Contribution to the Subterranean Fauna of Texas." By Carl Jost Ulrich. Research at Indiana University under the direction of C.H. Eigenmann. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society, vol. 23, 1902. 19 p. (83-101). Illus.

4/3. "A Revision of the Cave Fishes of North America." By Ulysses O. Cox. Appendix to the Report of the Commissioner of Fisheries for the year ending 30 June 1904. Research under direction of C.H. Eigenmann. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1905. 17 p. (377-393). Illus.

4/4. "The Mosaic of Single and Twin Cones in the Retina of Micropterus salmoides." By George Daniel Shafer. Archiv für Entwickelungsmechanik der Organismen, Band 10, Heft 4, October 1900. Research of Indiana University under direction of C.H. Eigenmann. 7 p. (685-691). Illus.

4/5. "Some Cases of Saltatory Variation." By Carl H. Eigenmann and Ulysses O. Cox. American Naturalist, vol. 36, no. 409, January 1901. 6 p. (33-38).

4/6. "The Cold-blooded Vertebrates of Winona Lake and Vicinity." By Earl E. Ramsey. No publication data. Research of Indiana University under direction of C.H. Eigenmann. 7 p. (218-224).

4/7. "Preliminary Report on the Eye of the Mole." By James Rollin Slonaker. Report of the Indiana Academy of Science, 1899. Research of Indiana University under direction of C.H. Eigenmann. 4 p. (146-149). Illus.

4/8. "Description of a New Cave Salamander, Spelerpes stejnegeri, from the Caves of Southwestern Missouri." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Transactions of the American Microscopial Society, vol. 22, undated. 4 p. (189-192). Illus.

4/9. "On the Swarming and Variation in a Myriapod (Fontaria virginiensis)." By Abram Vardiman Mauck. American Naturalist, vol. 35, no. 414, June 1901. Research of Indiana University under direction of C.H. Eigenmann. 2 p. (477-478).

4/10. "The Eyes of Rhineura floridana." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Proceedings of the Washington Academy of Sciences, vol. 4, September 30, 1902. 16 p. (533-548). Illus.

4/11. "The Optic Lobes and Optic Tracts of Amblyopsis spelaeus Dekay." By Earl E. Ramsey. Journal of Comparative Neurology, vol. 11, no. 1, April 1900. Research of Indiana University under direction of C.H. Eigenmann. 8 p. (40-47). Illus.

4/12. "Unilateral Coloration with a Bilateral Effect." Science, vol. 13, no. 334, May 24, 1901. At end: C.H. Eigenmann, Clarence Kennedy, University of Indiana. 3 p. (828-830). Illus.

4/13. "The Leptocephalus of the American Eel and Other American Leptocephali." By Carl H. Eigenmann and Clarence Hamilton Kennedy. Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission, 1901. 12 p. (81-92). Illus.

4/14. "The Eye of Palaemonetes antrorum." By Edwin Manson Neher. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science, 1901. Research of Indiana University under direction of C.H. Eigenmann. 6 p. (96-101).

4/15. "The History of the Eye of Amblyopsis." By C.H. Eigenmann. Abstract. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science, 1901. 5 p. (101-105).

4/16. "The Eye of Rhineura floridana." By C.H. Eigenmann. Abstract. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science, 1901. 2 p. (106-107).

4/17. "Zoological Miscellany." By C.H. Eigenmann. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science, 1901. Includes list of 46 birds in Theodore Roosevelt's bird collection, housed at Indiana University. 6 p. (107-112).

4/18. "Fauna and Flora of Winona Lake." By A.A. Norris and others. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science, 1901. Research of Indiana University under direction of C.H. Eigenmann. 88 p. (117-204). Illus.

4/19. "Reports from the Indiana University Biological Station at Winona Lake." By W.J. Moenkhaus and others. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science, 1902. Research of Indiana University under direction of C.H. Eigenmann. 64 p. (15-78). Illus.

4/20. "The Fresh-water Fishes of Western Cuba." By Carl H. Eigenmann. United States Fish Commission Bulletin, 1902. 26 p. (211-236). Illus.

4/21. "Variation Notes." By Carl H. Eigenmann and Clarence Kennedy. Biological Bulletin, vol. 4, no. 5, April 1903. Concerns 12 specimens of cave salamander from Missouri. 4 p. (227-230). Illus.

4/22. "On a Leptocephalus of the Conger Eel." Science, vol. 19, no. 485, 15 April 1904. At end: C.H. Eigenmann, Indiana University. 2 p. (629-630). Illus.

4/23. "The Eyes of Typhlops lumbricalis (Linneaus), a Blind Snake from Cuba." By Effa Funk Muhse. Biological Bulletin, vol. 5, no. 5, October 1903. Research of Indiana University under direction of C.H. Eigenmann. 10 p. (261-270). Illus.

4/24. "On a Collection of Fishes from Paraguay, with a Synopsis of the American Genera of Cichlids." By Carl H. Eigenmann and Clarence Hamilton Kennedy. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, July 1903. 41 p. (497-537).

4/25. "New Genera of South American Fresh-water Fishes, and New Names for Some Old Genera." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, vol. 45, 9 December 1903. 5 p. (144-148).

4/26. "The Ovarian Structures of the Viviparous Blind Fishes, Lucifuga and Stygicola." By Henry H. Lane. Biological Bulletin, vol. 6, no. 1, December 1903. Research of Indiana University under direction of C.H. Eigenmann. 17 p. (38-54). Illus.

4/27. "Remarks on the San Marcos Salamander, Typhlomolge rathbuni Stejneger." By W.W. Norman. Submitted by C.H. Eigenmann. American Naturalist, vol. 34, no. 399, March 1900. 5 p. (179-183). Illus.

4/28. "The Solution of the Eel Question." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society, vol. 23, May 1902. Annual address of the president. 14 p. (5-18). Illus.

4/29. "The Carnegie Institution." Science, vol. 16, no. 411, 14 November 1902. At end: C.H. Eigenmann. 2 p. (792-793).

4/30. "Description of a New Oceanic Fish Found Off Southern New England." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission, undated. 2 p. (35-36). Illus.

4/31. "The Egg and Development of the Conger Eel." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission, 1901. 8 p. (37-44). Illus.

4/32. "Investigations into the History of the Young Squeteague." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission, 1901. 7 p. (45-51). Illus.

4/33. "Auf der Suche nach blinden Fischen in Cuba." Von Prof. Eigenmann. Not located or dated. 3 p. (365-367). Illus.

4/34. "The Solution of the Eel Problem." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Pencil annotated: The World Today, vol. 4, no. 4, April 1903. 5 p. (478-482). Illus.

4/35. "In Search of Blind Fishes in Cuba." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Pencil annotated" The World Today, vol. 5, no. 3, September 1903. 6 p. (1131-1136). Illus.

4/36. "The Physical Basis of Heredity." By Professor Carl H. Eigenmann. Popular Science Monthly, May 1902. 13 p. (32-44). Illus.

4/37. "The Water Supply of Havana, Cuba." Science, vol. 18, no. 452, 28 August 1903. At end: C.H. Eigenmann. 4 p. (1-4).

4/38. "The Water Supply of Havana, Cuba." By C.H. Eigenmann. Not located or dated. 3 p. (65-67).

4/39. "Bergiaria." By Carl H. Eigenmann and Allen H. Norris. Comunicaciones del Museo Nacional de Buenos Aires, T.I. No. 8, 18 de Marzo de 1901. 1 p. (272).

Box 1: items 5-21

5. "A Review of the American Gasterosteidae." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. 1886. 20 p. (233-252).

6. "A Review of the Chaetodontidae of North America." By Carl H. Eigenmann and Jennie E. Hornung. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Vol. 4, 1887. 18 p. 18 p. (1-18).

7. "On the Genus Clevelandia." American Naturalist, October 1889. At end: C.H. Eigenmann. 3 p. (916-918).

8. "A Catalogue of the Fresh-water Fishes of South America." By Carl H. Eigenmann and Rose S. Eigenmann. Proceedings of the United States National Museum, vol. 14, 1891. 81 p. (1-81).

9. "The Continuity of the Germ Plasm in Vertebrates." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science, 1891. 4 p. (169-172).

10. "The History of the Eye of the Blind Fish Amblyopsis from Its Appearance to Its Disintegration in Old Age." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Reprinted from the Mark anniversary volume, article 9, 1903. Bloomington, Indiana, 1903. 38 p. (167-204). See National Union Catalog of Pre-1956 Imprints, 157:181.

11. Cave Vertebrates in America: A Study in Degenerative Evolution. By Carl H. Eigenmann. Washington, D.C., Carnegie Institution, 1909. vii, 241 p. Illus.

12. "Description of Two New Terragonopterid Fishes in the British Museum." By Prof. C.H. Eigenmann. Annals and Magazine of Natural History, series 8, vol. 7, February 1911. 3 p. (15-17).

13. "New Characins in the Collection of the Carnegie Museum." By C.H. Eigenmann. Annals of the Carnegie Museum, vol. 8, no. 1, 1911. 18 p. (164-181). Illus.

14. "Some Results from an Icthyological Reconnaissance of Colombia, South America." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Indiana University Studies, no. 8, September 1912. 27 p. (1-27).

15. "Some Results from an Icthyological Reconnaissance of Colombia, South America. Part II." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Indiana University Studies, March 1913. 31 p. (1-31).

16. "Los Peces de Sud América." Por H.C. Eigenmann [sic]. Boletín de la Union Panamericana, vol. 38, no. 1, Enero 1914. 21 p. (1-21) Illus.

17. "New Fishes from Western Columbia, Ecuador, and Peru." By Carl H. Eigenmann, Arthur Henn, and Charles Wilson. Indiana University Studies, no. 19, 16 January 1914. 15 p. (1-15).

18. "Some Results from Studies of South American Fishes." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Indiana University Studies, vol. 12, no. 1, 15 March 1914. 30 p. (19-48).

19. Indiana University Studies, nos. 23, 24, 25; 5 September 1914.

19/1. "On New Species of Fishes from the Rio Meta Basin of Eastern Colombia and on Albino or Blind Fishes from Near Bogotá." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Indiana University Studies, no. 23, 5 September 1914. 2 p. (229-230).

19/2. "On New Species of Fishes from Colombia, Ecuador, and Brazil." By Carl H. Eigenmann and Arthur Henn. Indiana University Studies, no. 24, 5 September 1914. 4 p. (231-234).

19/3. "The Gymnotidae of Trans-Andean Colombia and Ecuador." By Carl H. Eigenmann and Homer G. Fisher. Indiana University Studies, no. 25, 5 September 1914. 3 p. (235-237).

20. "The American Characidae, Part One." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Memoirs of the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy at Harvard College, vol. 43, pt. 1, 1917. 102 p. (1-102). Illus.

21. "The American Characidae, Part Three." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Memoirs of the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy at Harvard College, vol. 43, pt. 3, 1921. 102 p. (209-310). Illus.

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22. "The American Characidae, Part Five." By Carl H. Eigenmann and George S. Myers. Memoirs of the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy at Harvard College, vol. 43, pt. 5, September 1929. 130 p. (429-558). Illus.

23. "Eighteen New Species of Fishes from Northwestern South America." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, vol. 56, no. 7, 1917. 17 p. (673-689).

24. "Descriptions of Sixteen New Species of Pygidiidae." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, vol. 56, 1917. 14 p. (690-703).

25. "On Some Species of Rhamdia, a Genus of South American Siluridae, in the Carnegie Museum." By Carl H. Eigenmann and Homer G. Fisher. Annals of the Carnegie Museum,vol. 11, nos. 3-4, 1917. 4 p. (394-397). Illus.

26. "The Pygidiiae." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Reprint from the 1917 Academy of Science Proceedings. Published September 1918. 8 p. (59-66). Illus.

27. "Trogloglanis pattersoni, a New Blind Fish from San Antonio, Texas." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, vol. 58, 1919. 4 p. (397-400). Illus.

28. "On the Luciopimelodinae, a New Subfamily of the South American Siluridae." By Chas. S. Driver. "Communicated by Prof. Carl H. Eigenmann. Read October 3, 1919." Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, vol. 58, no. 7, 1919. 9 p. (448-456). Illus.

29. "The Fishes of Lake Valencia, Caracas, and of the Rio Tuy at El Concejo, Venezuela." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Indiana University Studies, vol. 7, March 1920. 13 p. (1-13). Illus.

30. "South America West of the Maracaibo, Orinoco, Amazon, and Titicaca Basins, and the Horizontal Distribution of its Fresh-water Fishes." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Indiana University Studies, vol. 7, June 1920. 24 p. (1-24).

31. "The Fishes of the Rivers Draining the Western Slope of the Cordillera Occidental of Colombia, Rios Atrato, San Juan, Dagua, and Patia." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Indiana University Studies, vol. 7, September 1920. 19 p. (1-19).

32. "The Fish Fauna of the Cordillera of Bogotá." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, vol. 10, no. 6, October 4, 1920. 9 p. (460-468).

33. Indiana University Studies, vol. 7, December 1920.

33/1. "The Fresh Water Fishes of Panama East of Longitude 80 W." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Indiana University Studies, vol. 7, December 1920. 17 p. (3-19).

33/2. "The Magdalena Basin and the Horizontal and Vertical Distribution of Its Fishes." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Indiana University Studies, vol. 7, December 1920. 14 p. (21-34).

34. "The Origin and Distribution of the Genera of the Fishes of South America West of the Maracaibo, Orinoco, Amazon, and Titicaca Basins." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, vol. 60, no. 1, 1921. 6 p. (1-6).

35. "The Nature and Origin of the Fishes of the Pacific Slope of Ecuador, Peru and Chile." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, vol. 60, no. 4, 1921. 21 p. (503-523).

36. "The Fishes of Western South America, Part I. The Fresh-water Fishes of Northwestern South America, Including Colombia, Panama, and the Pacific Slopes of Ecuador and Peru, Together with an appendix upon the Fishes of Rio Meta in Colombia." By C.H. Eigenmann. Memoirs of the Carnegie Museum, vol. 9, no. 1, 1922. 346 p. (1-346). See National Union Catalog of Pre-1956 Imprints 157:182.

37. "Yellow Fever and Fishes." By C.H. Eigenmann. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, vol. 61, no. 3, 1922. 8 p. (204-211).

38. "The Fishes of the Pacific Slope of South America and the Bearing of Their Distribution on the History of the Development of the Topography of Peru, Ecuador and Western Colombia." By Carl H. Eigenmann. American Naturalist, vol. 57, May-June, 1923. 18 p. (193-210).

39. "Yellow Fever and Fishes." By Professor C.H. Eigenmann. American Naturalist, vol. 57, September-October, 1923. 6 p. (443-448). Illus.

40. "Yellow Fever and Fishes in Colombia." By C.H. Eigenmann. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, vol. 63, no. 3, 1924. 3 p. (236-238).

41. "The Fishes of the Eastern Slope of the Andes. I. The Fishes of the Rio Beni Basin, Bolivia, Collected by the Mulford Expedition." By Nathan Everett Pearson. Indiana University Studies, vol. 11, December 1924. Indiana University research under direction of Carl H. Eigenmann. 83 p. (1-83). Illus.

42. "The Fresh-water Fishes of Chile." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences, vol. 22, second memoir, 1927. 81 p. (1-81). Illus.

43. "Carl H. Eigenmann--an Appreciation." By Waldo L. McAtee. Indiana University Alumni Quarterly, Fall 1938. 5 p. (482-486).

44. "History of Icthyology in the United States after 1850." By Carl L. Hubbs. Copeia, 1964, no. 1, 26 March 1964. 19 p. (42-60). Includes photographs and biographies of David Starr Jordan and Carl H. Eigenmann.

45. "On a New Genus and Two New Species of Pygidiidae, a Family of South American Nematognaths." By Carl H. Eigenmann. Bijdragen tot de Dierkunde, Aflevering 22, undated. 2 p. (113-114). Illus.