These compositions are a series of exercises using minimal white force.

Solution:(a) Right: 1.Bg7 2.00 3.Bh8 for Ph7‡
Just a little jokey exercise. 

Solution: Black 1.Qf8 2.Sf5 3.Sh6 4.Sg8 5.Qg7+ for Pf6×Qg7‡ Comments: Queen and Knight change places, their moves forming a polygonal circuit. This composition is quoted in the YACPDB and MESON databases without the Black Queen! This makes it insoluble. I have tried to get them corrected, so far without success. A similar problem (not published, composed 4 February 1982) is: 6qk/6p1/5PKP/8/2p5/2P5/8/8 Serieshelpmate in 10. Solution: 1.Qf8 2.P×h6 37.Ph1=B 89.Bg8 10.Qg7+ for Pf6×Qg7‡ 

Solution:1.Ra8 2.Bd8 3.Ka5 45.Ka7 67.Kc8 8.Rb8 for Pd7‡ 
(composed February 1982)

Solution:1.Pb1=B 26.Kf6 78.Kh8 9.Bg6 for Pg8=S‡ 
(composed February 1982)

Solution:1.Bf4 25.Kd8 68.Ka8 9.Bb8 for Pb7‡ 

Solution:1.Bf5 2.Qf7 3.Kd5 4.Ke6 5.Kf6 6.Kg6 7.Kh5 8.Kh4 9.Qh5 10.Bh3 for Pg3‡ Comment: Building a bridge for the King to pass across. 
(composed 4 February 1982)

Solution:1.Bd8 26.Kf2 78.Kh4 9.Kh5 10.Bh4 for Pg4‡ Comments: I have a note that this was sent to Canadian Chess Chat, but am uncertain if it was published. 
(composed 1 May 1982)

Solution:1.Rc5 26.Pg1=B 78.Bb8 910.Rb7+ for P×Rb7‡ Comments: I have a note that this was sent to Canadian Chess Chat, but am uncertain if it was published. 
(composed 1 May 1982)

Solution:1.Rd2 23.Kh5 45.Kh7 67.Kf8 8.Rg8 910.Be8 for Pe7‡
Comments: I have a note that this was sent to Canadian Chess Chat, but am uncertain if it was published. 
(composed 1 May 1982)

Solution:15.Ka8 6.Bb8 79.Pg1=R 1011.Rb7+ for P×Rb7‡ 
(composed 1 May 1982)

Solution:14.Kf8 5.Be8 69.Pa1=R 1011.Rg8 for Pe7‡ 

Solution:15.h1=B 6.Bd5 7.Be6 8.Kf7 9.Ke8 10.Kd8 11.Qe8 12.Bc8 for Pf7‡ Comments: BP can also start at h7. [An alternative earlier setting in 11 moves has all the pieces moved one cell right and the BPa6.] This is also quoted in the YACPDB and MESON databases. For which my thanks! 

Solution:1.Be6 24.Pg2 5.Kg3 6.Pg1=Q 7.Qa7 810.Kd6 11.Kd7 12.Ke8 1315.Kh8 16.Bg8 17.Qg7+ for P×Qg7‡ 