|Description||'Who Built the British Stone Circles ?', September 1908.|
Paper read by Mr J. Gray, to the Anthropological Section of the British Association meeting, Dublin, reported in 'The Times', 9 September 1908. Gray was a member of the British Association's Committee to Organise Anthropometric Investigation in the British Isles and his research appears to have made use of the Anatomy Department's early work in identifying characteristic physical features of the indigenous population of the North East of Scotland.
'Prehistoric Man in Scotland', January 1910.
Lecture delivered by Reid to the Aberdeen Working Men's Natural History and Scientific Society, reported in 'The Aberdeen Free Press', 26 January 1910, 'The Aberdeen Daily Journal', 26 and 29 January 1910.
'Forgotten Graves: Stone circles on the Lammermuirs', February 1910.
Article by William McConachie in 'The Scotsman', 12 February 1910.
'Prehistoric Man in Scotand', January 1912.
Lecture delivered by Reid to the Aberdeen Natural History and Antiquarian Society, reported in 'The Aberdeen Free Press', 'The Aberdeen Daily Journal' and 'Evening Express', 20 January 1912.