1. Hoogstraal’s Bibliography of ticks and tick-borne diseases from Homer (about 800 B.C.) to 31 December 1969 (with supplements expanding the coverage to 31 December 1981). Comprehensive, historical bibliography on ticks and tick-borne diseases, compiled by Harry Hoogstraal covers the literature from 800 B.C. through 1982
2. Anaplasmosis/Babesiosis Bibliography 1977-1987, with supplements covering 1988-1992. The Anaplasmosis/Babesiosis Bibliography and supplements (8 volumes) were compiled by Rita Fisher, a Washington State University science librarian, supported by USAID grant funding.Included are references to articles, books, dissertations, experiment station publications published during the years 1977-1992.
3. Five-Centuries of Veterinary Medicine. A short-title catalog of the WSU Veterianry History Collection, compiled with annotations and indexing by J. Fred Smithcors and Ann Smithcors.