19 Places Where You Can Access Old Yearbooks Online

Primarily a North American phenomenon historically, the first yearbook published was the Yale Banner in the early 1800s.

I encourage you to research old yearbooks, and not just for yourself and close relatives. What about your ancestors? They went to school too (at least some of them in the last 200 years). And they belonged to clubs and associations outside of school.

Download the Quicksheet PDF

I have put together a Quick Reference Guide that has 19 different websites where you can find digitized yearbooks, as well as class lists and alumni and reunion materials. Accessing these sites will provide you with much more genealogical material, and some interesting ancestor stories!

To obtain the one-page Quicksheet pdf for easy reference, you can download it by clicking on the Download button:

For all the previously published Quick Reference Guides, click on QuickSheets

Genealogy QuickSheets – Frequently Asked Questions

Quicksheets are also known as Quick Reference Guides. They are generally a one or two page PDF that is downloadable. A few QuickSheets are as large as a five page PDF.
Every QuickSheet is in a specific post on The Ancestor Hunt website. Just bring up the post, and at the bottom of the page is a big brown Download button that allows you to view and/or download the PDF when clicked.
Yes! You can view or download as many as you wish.

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