“The Growth and Changing Composition of Anthropology 1966–2002” summarizes shifts in the number of degrees awarded and the gender and subspecialty breakdowns for PhD dissertations published during those years, and includes two tables for comparison.
The results are interesting. I don’t know why the AN chart puts the years going in the “wrong” direction, but you can see that while there has been little change in the number of Ph.D.s, there has been astronomical growth in the number of B.A. degrees in Anthropology.
Here is some detail regarding the number of Ph.D.s in Cultural Anthropology in the 90s.