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Where can I find my high school yearbook?

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Most high schools have all of their yearbooks available in the school library, though they do not typically allow for them to be checked out. People who are not near their old high school can check out e-Yearbook.com, Classmates.com and Ancestry.com, which offer digital versions of many high school yearbooks.

Classmates.com has yearbooks dating back as far as the 1920s. E-Yearbook.com and Ancestry.com both offer military yearbooks and Navy cruise books in addition to high school yearbooks, some dating back as far as the 1800s. Elementary, middle school and college yearbooks are also available through e-Yearbook.com and Ancestory.com. All of these sites require a fee to access their databases.


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