Both books arrived very securely packed via the United States Postal Service (USPS) and in good shape. The speed that the USPS moves letters and packages at the prices charged is impressive. After this transaction, I found Mills Geological a good place to deal with. They have a website that seems focused on polished petrified wood but also "The Bookshelf" section with more used books one can buy: www.MillsGeological.homestead.
After briefly looking at the bulletin on Tennessee Foraminera, the study was based on two counties in the southwestern part of the state near the Mississippi border in 1929. The researchers were looking for formaninifera of the Eocene and Cretaceous Periods. They did not find very many fossils in the Eocene but were surprised by the number found in the Cretaceous and how similar they were to ones found in Texas and Europe. The fossils were found in the Selma Chalk similar to the Texas Navarro formation (European equivalent: Maestricetian).
Mention of Texas fossils, leads to the other publication on Texas Cretaceous Echinoids. It is a 143 page guide. It starts out with an introduction to the fossils and Texas map showing the area where they are found. A stratigraphic unit chart is provided which by the way shows the Upper Cretaceous Navarro Group in the Gulf Series. The book has additional sections on echinoid distribution, fossil preservation, classification, morphology, illustrations, identification guide, descriptions and drawings of Texas enchinoids, localities, references, and indexes.
Both are nice additions to my library.