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Mineral Report 1 Volcanic ash and tripoli compiled by J. O. Beach. 27 pages, 3 tables, 1 map. 1938.
*Mineral Report 2 Phosphate, compiled by M. C. Oakes. 1938. 24 pages, 1 figure, 1 plate (map), 1 table.
Mineral Report 3 Glass Sands, compiled by Charles N. Gould and J. O. Beach. 1939. 21 pages, 1 figure (map)
*Mineral Report 4 Iron Ores, by C. A. Merritt. 1940. 38 pages, 1 figure (map)
*Mineral Report 5 Limestone Analyses, by S. G. English, Robert H. Dott, and J. O Beach. 1940. 28 pages, 1 plate (map), 3 tables.
*Mineral Report 6 Dolomite and Magnesium Limestone, by J. O. Beach and S. G. English. 1940. 20 pages, 3 tables.
*Mineral Report 7 A Selective Bibliography on the Theories of the Origin of Petroleum, compiled by Alan G. Skelton and Martha B. Skelton. 1942. 14 pages.
*Mineral Report 8 Copper in the "Red Beds" of Oklahoma, by C. A. Merritt. 1940. 20 pages.
*Mineral Report 9
Raw Materials Used in Glass Making, by Jay Randolph. 1941. 21 pages.
*Mineral Report 10 Manganese Deposits of Oklahoma, by C. A. Merritt. 1941. 36 pages, 4 figures.
*Mineral Report 11 Geology of Oklahoma Ground Water Supplies, by Robert H. Dott. 1942. 30 pages, 6 plates (maps), 6 tables.
*Mineral Report 12 Carbonizing Properties of Henryetta Bed Coal from Atlas No. 2 Mine, Henryetta, Okmulgee County, Oklahoma (preliminary report), by Joseph D. Davis and D. A. Reynolds. 1941. 8 pages, 7 tables.
*Mineral Report 13 Mineral Production of Oklahoma 1885–1940, compiled by J. O. Beach. 1942. 38 pages, 5 figures, 4 plates (maps).
*Mineral Report 14 The Possibility of Magnesia from Oklahoma Oil Field Brines, by A. L. Burwell. 1943. 26 pages, 1 figure, 6 tables.
*Mineral Report 15 Carbonizing Properties of McAlester Bed Coal from Dow No. 10 Mine, Dow, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, by Joseph D. Davis and D. A. Reynolds. 1942. 10 pages, 1 figure, 7 tables.
*Mineral Report 16 Geology and Chemical Composition of the St. Clair Limestone Near Marble City, Oklahoma, by W. E. Ham, R. H. Dott, A. L. Burwell, and M.C. Oakes. 9143. 24 pages, 2 plates.
*Mineral Report 17 Bibliography of Oil Pool Names in Oklahoma for 1942, by Alan G. Skelton. 1944. 48 pages.
*Mineral Report18 Ground-water irrigation in the Duke Area, Jackson and Greer Counties, Oklahoma, by Stuart L. Schoff. 1948. 10 pages, 1 plate, 1 table.
*Mineral Report 19 Ground Water in Kingfisher County, Oklahoma, by Stuart L. Schoff. 1949. 23 pages, 1 plate (map), 3 tables.
*Mineral Report 20 Ground Water Supplies in the Oklahoma City Area, Oklahoma, by C. L. Jacobsen and E. W. Reed. 1949. 21 pages, 2 figures.
*Mineral Report 21 Ground Water in the Cherokee Area, Alfalfa County, Oklahoma, by Stuart L. Schoff. 1950. 17 pages, 1 plate, 5 tables.
*Mineral Report 22 Ground Water in the Pond Creek Basin, Caddo County, Oklahoma, by Leon V. Davis. 1050. 23 pages, 5
*Mineral Report 23 Oil Possibilities Near Idabel, McCurtain County, by L. V. Davis. 1953. 26 pages, 3 figures, 1 plate (map), 2 tables.
*Mineral Report 24 Lightweight Aggregate from Certain Oklahoma Shales, by A. L. Burwell. September 1954. 24 pages, 3 figures, 7 tables.
*Mineral Report 25 Mineral Industry of Oklahoma in 1952, by F. F. Netzeband, W. E> Ham, and J. H. Warren. November 1954. 26 pages, 7 tables.
*Mineral Report 26 Occurrence of Radioactive Material in Sandstone Lenses of Southwestern Oklahoma, by Gerald W. Chase. November 1954. 7 pages, 1 plate (map).
*Mineral Report 27 Uranium in Oklahoma, 1955, by Carl C. Branson, A. L. Burwell, and G. W. Chase. September 1955. 22 pages, 2 plates (maps). Supersedes Mineral Report 26.
*Mineral Report 28 The Henryhouse Marlstone in the Lawrence Uplift, Pontotoc County, Oklahoma, and its Commercial Possibilities, by Albert L. Burwell, with a section on General Geology, by William E. Ham. November 1955. 21 pages, 2 figures, 5 tables.
*Mineral Report 29 An Investigation of Industrial Possibilities of Oklahoma Gypsum and Anhydrite, by Albert L.Burwell. November 1955. 21 pages, 1 figure (map).
*Mineral Report 30 Asphaltite in the Ouachita Mountains of Southeastern Oklahoma, by William E. Ham. February 1956. 12 pages, 1 figure (map), 3 tables.
*Mineral Report 31 The Mineral Industries of Oklahoma in 1954 and 1955, by P. E. Tribble, and F. F. Netzeband, and W. E. Ham. March 1956. 13 pages, 3 tables.
*Mineral Report 32 The Mineral Industries of Oklahoma in 1955 and 1956, by Peter Grandone and William E. Ham. May 1957. 13 pages, 3 tables.
*Mineral Report 33 Uranium-Bearing Carbonaceous Nodules in Oklahoma, by James W. Hill. September 1957. 8 pages, 2 figures (1 map), 1 plate.
*Mineral Report 34 The Mineral Industries of Oklahoma in 1956 and 1957, by Peter Grandone and William E. Ham. May 1958. 24 pages, 2 figures, 5 plates, 4 tables.
*Mineral Report 35 Gypsum Resources in the Clinton-Weatherford District, by William E. Ham and Neville M. Curtis, Jr. June 1958. 32 pages, 2 figures, 5 plates, 4 tables.
*Mineral Report 36 The Mineral Industries of Oklahoma in 1957 and 1958, by Peter Grandone, L. E. Edwards, and William E. Ham. March 1959. 24 pages.

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