Volume 1, no. 1. 1888. Standard or Head-Dress? An Historical Essay on a Relic of Ancient Mexico, by Zelia Nuttall.
Volume 1, no. 2. 1891. The Karankawa Indians, the Coast People of Texas, by Albert S. Gatschet.
Volume 1, no. 3. 1891. The Atlatl or Spear-Thrower of the Ancient Mexicans, by Zelia Nuttall.
Volume 1, no. 4. 1892. Report upon Pile-Structures in Naaman’s Creek, near Claymont, Delaware, by Hilborne T. Cresson.
Volume 1, no. 5. 1893. A Study of Omaha Indian Music, by Alice C. Fletcher.
Volume 1, no. 6. 1898. Prehistoric Burial Places in Maine, by Charles C. Willoughby.
Volume 1, no. 7. 1904. A Penitential Rite of the Ancient Mexicans, by Zelia Nuttall.
Volume 2. 1901. The Fundamental Principles of Old and New World Civilizations: A Comparative Research Based on a Study of the Ancient Mexican Religious, Sociological, and Calendrical Systems, by Zelia Nuttall.
Volume 3, no. 1. 1904. The Cahokia and Surrounding Mound Groups, by D. I. Bushnell, Jr.
Volume 3, no. 2. 1904. Exploration of Mounds, Coahoma County, Mississippi, by Charles Peabody.
Volume 3, no. 3. 1905. Inheritance of Digital Malformations in Man, by William C. Farabee.
Volume 3, no. 4. 1906. The Mandans: A Study of Their Culture, Archaeology, and Language, by G. F. Will and H. J. Spinden.
Volume 3, no. 5. 1913. Discovery of a Fragment of the Printed Copy of the Work on the Millcayac Language, by Luis De Valdivia.
Volume 4, no. 1. 1904. Representation of Deities of the Maya Manuscripts, by Paul Schellhas.
Volume 4, no. 2. 1906. Commentary on the Maya Manuscript in the Royal Public Library of Dresden, by Dr. Ernst W. Förstemann.
Volume 4, no. 3. 1910. Animal Figures in the Maya Codices, by Alfred M. Tozzer and Glover M. Allen.
Volume 5. 1911. The Archaeology of the Delaware Valley, by Ernest Volk.
Volume 6, no. 1. 1910. Commentary on the Maya-Tzental Perez Codex with a Concluding Note upon the Linguistic Problem of the Maya Glyphs, by William E. Gates.
Volume 6, no. 2. 1921. A Possible Solution of the Number Series on Pages 51 to 58 of the Dresden Codex, by Carl E. Guthe.
Volume 6, no. 3. 1924. Astronomical Notes on the Maya Codices, by Robert W. Willson.
Volume 6, no. 4. 1924. The Reduction of Mayan Dates, by Herbert J. Spinden.
Volume 7. 1917. History of the Spanish Conquest of Yucatan and of the Itzas, by Philip Ainsworth Means.
Volume 8, no. 1. 1920. Indian Village Site and Cemetery near Madisonville, Ohio, by Earnest A. Hooton.
Volume 8, no. 2. 1921. Basket-Maker Caves of Northeastern Arizona: Report on the Explorations, 1916–17, by Samuel James Guernsey and Alfred Vincent Kidder.
Volume 8, no. 3. 1922. The Turner Group of Earthworks, Hamilton County, Ohio, by Charles C. Willoughby.
Volume 9. 1921. A Maya Grammar with Bibliography and Appraisement of the Works Noted, by Alfred M. Tozzer.
Volume 10. 1922. Indian Tribes of Eastern Peru, by William Curtis Farabee.
Volume 11, no. 1. 1924. Indian Burial Place at Winthrop, Massachusetts, by Charles C. Willoughby.
Volume 11, no. 2. 1926. Official Reports of the Towns of Tequizistlan, Tepechpan, Acolman, and San Juan Teotihuacan Sent by Francisco de Castañeda to His Majesty, Philip II, and the Council of the Indies, in 1580, by Zelia Nuttall.
Volume 11, no. 3. 1928. An Anthropometric Study of Hawaiians of Pure and Mixed Blood, by Leslie C. Dunn.
Volume 11, no. 4. 1931. Azilian Skeletal Remains from Montardit (Ariège) France, by Ruth Otis Sawtell.
Volume 11, no. 5. 1931. The Evolution of the Human Pelvis in Relation to the Mechanics of the Erect Posture, by Edward Reynolds.
Volume 12, no. 1. 1931. Explorations in Northeastern Arizona: Report on the Archaeological Fieldwork of 1920–1923, by Samuel James Guernsey.
Volume 12, no. 2. 1931. Notes on the Archaeology of the Kaibito and Rainbow Plateaus in Arizona: Report on the Explorations, 1927, by Noel Morss.
Volume 12, no. 3. 1931. The Ancient Culture of the Fremont River in Utah: Report on the Explorations under the Claflin-Emerson Fund, 1928–29, by Noel Morss.
Volume 13, no. 1. 1931. Maya-Spanish Crosses in Yucatan, by George Dee Williams.
Volume 13, no 2. 1933. The Phonetic Value of Certain Characters in Maya Writing, by Benjamin Lee Whorf.
Volume 13, no. 3. 1936. The Racial Characteristics of Syrians and Armenians, Based upon Data Collected by W. B. Cline, C. S. Coon, J. M. Andrews, and W. C. Dupertuis, by Carl C. Seltzer.
Volume 14, no. 1. 1931. The Stalling’s Island Mound, Columbia County, Georgia, by William H. Claflin, Jr.
Volume 14, no. 2. 1936. The Barama River Caribs of British Guiana, by John Gillin.
Volume 16, no. 1. 1937. Anthropometry of the Natives of Arnhem Land and the Australian Race Problem, by W. W. Howells.
Volume 16, no. 2. 1940. Contributions to the Racial Anthropology of the Near East, by Carl C. Seltzer.
Volume 16, no. 3. 1940. Fossil Man in Tangier, by Muzaffer Süleyman Şenyürek.
Volume 17, no. 1. 1941. Navaho Pottery Making: An Inquiry into the Affinities of Navaho Painted Pottery, by Harry Tschopik, Jr.
Volume 17, no. 2. 1941. Archaeological Investigations in Central Utah: Joint Expedition of the University of Utah and the Peabody Museum, Harvard University, by John Gillin.
Volume 17, no. 3. 1950. Flint Quarries—The Sources of Tools and, at the Same Time, the Factories of the American Indian, with a Consideration of the Theory of the “Blank” and Some of the Technique of Flint Utilization, by Kirk Bryan.
Volume 18. 1941. Landa’s Relación de las Cosas de Yucatan: A Translation, edited with notes by Alfred M. Tozzer.
Volume 19, no. 1. 1941. The Prehistoric Archaeology of Northwest Africa, by Frederick R. Wulsin.
Volume 19, no. 2. 1941. Notes on the Poro in Liberia, by George W. Harley.
Volume 20. 1943. Studies in the Anthropology of Oceania and Asia: Presented in Memory of Roland Burrage Dixon, edited by Carleton S. Coon and James M. Andrews, IV.