Memoirs of the Carnegie Museum were published 1901–1936. Availability is extremely limited.
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Volume 1: 1901-1904
- 1) Hatcher, J. B Diplodocus (Marsh): its osteology, taxonomy, and probable habits, with a restoration of the skeleton. July 1901. 13 pls. 24 figs. pp. 1-63.
- 2) Hatcher, J. B. Oligocene Canidae. September 1902. 7 pls. 7 figs. pp. 65-108.
- 3) Shufeldt, R. W. The osteology of the Steganopodes. September 1902. 10 pls. 37 figs. pp. 109-223.
- 4) Ashmead, W. H. Classification of the chalcid flies or the superfamily Chalcidoidea, with descriptions of new species in the Carnegie Museum collected in South America by Herbert H. Smith. March 1904. 9 pls. v-xi +225-551.
Volume 2: 1904-1906
- 1) Hatcher, J. B Osteology of Haplocanthosaurus, with description of a new species, and remarks on the probable habits of the Sauropoda and the age and origin of the Alantosaurus beds. 6 pls. 30 figs. pp. 1-75.
- 2) Gilmore, C. W. Osteology of Baptanodon (Marsh). 6 pls. 26 figs. pp. 77-129.
- 3) Eastman, C. R. Fossil avian remains from Arrnissan. 4 pIs. pp. 131-138.
- 4) Peterson, O. A. Description of new rodents and discussion of origin of Daemonelix. January 1905. 5 pIs. 11 figs. pp. 140-202.
- 5) Douglass, E. The Tertiary of Montana. 1 pI. pp. 203-224.
- 6) Holland, W. J. The osteology of Diplodocus Marsh with special reference to the restoration of the skeleton of Diplodocus carnegiei Hatcher, presented by Mr. Andrew Carnegie to the British Museum, May 12, 1905. 8 pls. 30 figs. pp. 225-278
- 7) Wieland, G. R. The osteology of Protostega. 3 pls. 8 figs. pp. 279-304.
- 8) Peterson, O. A. New suilline remains from the Miocene of Nebraska. November 1905. 2 pls. 4 figs. pp. 305-324.
- 9) Gilmore, C. W. Notes on osteology of Baptanodon with a description of a new species. February 1906. 3 pls. 13 figs. pp. 325-342.
- 10) Ortmann, A. E. The crawfishes of the state of Pennsylvania. 7 pls. pp. 343-524.
Volume 3: 1907-1914
- 1) Hartman, C. V. Archeological researches on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica. August 1907. 47 pIs. 62 figs. pp. 1-188.
- 2) Holland, W. J., and O. A. Peterson. The osteology of the Chalicotheroidea with special reference to a mounted skeleton of Moropus elatus Marsh, now installed in the Carnegie Museum. January 1914. 30 pls. pp. 189·406.
Volume 4: 1906-1911
- 1) Chalfant, F. H. Early Chinese writing. 50 pls. 20 figs. pp. 1-36
- 2) Jordan, D. S., and J. O. Snyder. Description of three new species of carangoid fishes from Formosa. 3 pls. pp. 37-40.
- 3) Peterson, O. A. A revision of the Entelodontidae. May 1909. 9 pls. 80 figs. pp. 41-158.
- 4) Jordan, D. S., and R. E. Richardson. A catalog of the fishes of the island of Formosa, or Taiwan, based on the collections of Dr. Hans Sauter. 12 pls. 29 figs. pp. 159-204.
- 5) Peterson, O. A. Description of new carnivores from the Miocene of western Nebraska. 12 pIs. 69 figs. pp. 205-278.
- 6) Ortmann, A. E. A monograph of the Najades of Pennsylvania. 4 pls. 8 figs. pp. 279-347
- 7) Eastman, C. R. Catalog of fossil fishes in the Carnegie Museum. Part I. Fishes from the Upper Eocene of Monte Bolca. 12 pls. 5 figs. pp. 349-414.
Volume 5: 1912
Eigenmann, C. H. The freshwater fishes of British Guiana, including a study of the ecological grouping of species and the relation of the fauna of the plateau to that of the lowlands. June 1912. 103 pls. 39 figs. pp. 1-578.
Volume 6: 1913-1914
- 1) Jordan, D. S., and C. W. Metz. A catalog of the fishes known from the waters of Korea. 1913. 10 pls. 67 figs. pp. 1-65.
- 2) Gilbert, C. H. The lantern-fishes of Japan. 4 pls. pp. 67-107.
- 3) Ellis, M. M. The gymnotid eels of tropical America. 9 pls. 33 figs. pp. 109-204.
- 4) Jordan, D. S., and W. F. Thompson. Record of the fishes obtained in Japan in 1911. 19 pls. 87 figs. pp. 205-313.
- 5) Eastman, C. R. Catalog of the fossil fishes in the Carnegie Museum. Part II. Supplement to the catalog of fishes from the Upper Eocene of Monte Bolca. 6 pls. 4 figs. pp. 315-348.
- 6) Eastman, C. R. Catalog of the fossil fishes in the Carnegie Museum. Part III. Catalog of fossil fishes from the lithographic stones of Cerin, France. 9 pls. 2 figs. pp. 349-388.
- 7) Eastman, C. R. Catalog of the fossil fishes in the Carnegie Museum. Part IV. Descriptive catalog of fossil fishes from the lithographic stones of Solenhofen, Bavaria. 17 pls. 8 figs. pp. 389-423.
Volume 7: 1919-1920
- 1) Eigenmann, C. H. The Cheirodontinae, a subfamily of minute characid fishes of South America. December 1915. 17 pls. 36 figs. pp. 1-99.
- 2) Gilmore, C. W. The fossil turtles of the Uinta Formation. November 1916. 10 pls. 22 figs. pp. 101-161.
- 3) Griffin, L. E. A catalog of the Ophidia from South America at present (June, 1916) contained in the Carnegie Museum with descriptions of some new species. November 1916. 1 pI. pp. 163-228.
- 4) Eigenmann, C. H. Pimelodella and Typhlobagrus. April 1917. 7 pls. pp. 229-258.
- 5) Eigenmann, C. H. The Pygidiidae, a family of South American catfishes. September 1918. 21 pls. 39 figs. pp. 259-398.
- 6) Peterson, O. A. The American diceratheres. July 1920. 10 pls. 37 figs. pp. 399-476.
Volume 8: 1919-1921
- 1) Ortmann, A. E. A monograph of the naiades of Pennsylvania. Part III. Systematic account of the genera and species. 21 pls. 34 figs. pp. 1-384.
- 2) Jennings, O. E. Fossil plants from the beds of volcanic ash near Missoula, western Montana. 12 pIs. 1 fig. pp. 385-450.
- 3) Ortmann, A. E. South American Naiades; a contribution to the knowledge of the freshwater mussels of South America. 15 pIs. 4 figs. pp. 451-670.
Volume 9: 1922-1924
- 1) Eigenmann, C. H. The fishes of western South America. Part I. The fresh-water fishes of northwestern South America, including Colombia, Panama, and the Pacific slopes of Ecuador and Peru, together with an appendix upon the fishes of the Rio Meta in Colombia. October 1922. 38 pls. 21 figs. 3 appendices. pp. 1-346.
- 2) Drake, C. J. Neotropical Tingitidae with descriptions of three new genera and thirty-two new species and varieties (Hemiptera). October 1922. 1 pl. 2 figs. pp. 351-378.
- 3) Holland, W. J. The skull of Diplodocus. November 1924. 4 pls. 11 figs. pp. 379-403.
- 4) Peterson, O. A. Osteology of Dolichorhinus longiceps Douglass, with a review of the species of Dolichorhinus in the order of their publication. November 1924. 14 pls. 18 figs. pp. 405-472.
Volume 10: 1922-1925
- 1) Jordan, D. S., and E. K. Jordan. A list of the fishes of Hawaii, with notes and descriptions of new species. 4 pls. 7 figs. pp. 1-92.
- 2) Jordan, D. S., C. L. Hubbs, and E. A. McGregor. Record of fishes obtained in Japan by David Starr Jordan in Japan, 1922. 8 pls. pp. 93-346.
- 3) Gilmore, C. W. A nearly complete articulated skeleton of Camarasaurus, a saurischian dinosaur from the Dinosaur National Monument, Utah. 5 pls. 5 figs. pp. 347-384.
- 4) Gilmore, C. W. Osteology of ornithopodous dinosaurs from Dinosaur National Monument, Utah. Part I. On a skeleton of Camptosaurus medius Marsh. Part II. On a skeleton of Dryosaurus altus Marsh. Part III. On a skeleton of Laosauruls gracilis Marsh. 1 pl. pp. 385-410.
Volume 11: 1927-1937
- 1) Schultz, A. H. Studies on the growth of Gorilla and of other higher primates with special reference to a fetus of Gorilla preserved in the Carnegie Museum. November 1927. 8 pls. 6 figs. pp. 1-86.
- 2) Peterson, O. A. The Brown’s Park Formation. 7 pls. 24 figs. pp. 87-130.
- 3) Peterson, O. A. Osteology of Phenacocoelus typus Peterson. 5 pls. pp. 131-174.
- 4) Gilmore, C. W. Osteology of Apatosaurus with special reference to specimens in the Carnegie Museum. February 1936. 25 pls. 37 figs. pp. 175-300.
- 5) Drake, C. J., and M. E. Poor. The South American Tingitidae (Hemiptera) described by Stål. January 1937. 1 pl. pp. 301-314.
- 6) Scribner, H. S. A catalogue of the Spang Collection of Greek and Italian vases and Etruscan urns in the Carnegie Museum. April 1937. 7 pls. pp. 315-352.
Volume 12: 1932-1936
PART I, INTRODUCTION
- Sutton, G. M. The exploration of Southampton Island, Hudson Bay. Section 1 – Prefatory, reasons for undertaking the study. Section 2 – General introduction, description of Southampton Island. Section 3 – Bibliography. 5 pls. pp. 1-78.
PART II, ZOOLOGY
- 1) Sutton, G. M., and W. J. Hamilton, Jr. Section 1. The mammals of Southampton Island. 5 pIs. 4 figs. pp. 3-111.
- 2) Sutton, G. M. Section 2. The birds of Southampton Island. 14 pls. pp. 3-278./li>
- 3) Henn, A. W. Section 3. Some fishes of Southampton Island. pp. 1-3.
- SECTION 4. SPIDERS AND INSECTS (IN PART) OF SOUTHAMPTON ISLAND
- 4) Crosby, C. R. I. Some Arachnida from Southampton Island. pp. 1-2;
- Alexander, C. P. II. Diptera collected on Southampton Island by George Miksch Sutton. 1 pI. pp.3-11;
- Malloch, J. P. III. Chironomidae, Sciaridae, Phoridae, Syrphidae, Piophilidae, Helomyzidae, Calliphoridae, Oestridae, and Tachinidae. 14 figs. pp. 13-32;
- McIlroy, W. J., Jr. IV. Hymenoptera. p. 33;
- Peters, H. S. V. Mallophaga from birds of Southampton Island. pp. 35-37.
- SECTION 5. INSECTS (LEPIDOPTERA) AND INVERTEBRATES
- 5) Brooks, S. T. I. Echinodermata and Mollusca. pp. 1-2;
- Holland, W. J., A. Avinoff, and C. Heinrich. II. The Lepidoptera collected by G. M. Sutton on Southampton Island. 3 pIs. 1 fig. pp. 3-30.
PART III, BOTANY
- 1) Jennings, O. E. Article I. Algae and fungi of Southampton Island. 1 pl. pp. 1-4
- Raup, L. C. Article II. Lichenes (lichens) of Southampton Island. pp. 5-6.
- Jennings, O. E. Article III. Bryophyta (bryophytes) of Southampton Island. 1 pl. pp. 7-16.
- Raup, H. M. Article IV. Pteridophyta and Spermatophyta of Southampton Island. pp. 17-30.