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NOTE: We are currently not accepting any yearbooks.
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About the Service
Yearbooks are accessible through the Louisiana Digital Library.
Yearbooks were loaned to the library for a period of 6–8 weeks, during which time we shipped them to our digitization vendor. They were (are) scanned and returned to the library.
The library has digitized high school yearbooks only. (9-12 or K-12 schools). Middle/junior high or elementary school yearbooks are not being accepted at this time.
This is an ongoing project and from time to time a patron may come in asking about the project or wanting to donate a yearbook for digitization. We are currently not accepting yearbooks.
Here's a list of the current yearbook collection (Update: August 2018)
UPDATE: We are not accepting yearbooks at this time.
The Genealogy Library accepted high school yearbooks (NO COLLEGE OR ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE) on loan for digitization.
Patrons may either contact the Genealogy library at 337-721-7110, email email@example.com, or bring any yearbooks to a branch and fill out a yearbook loan form.
Our staff will check the current list of yearbooks that have been digitized to see if we need the yearbook.
If we do not have the yearbook, you'll need to complete a loan form.
You will receive a receipt; the branch staff will route the yearbook and form to the Genealogy library.
View and Search
Use the Louisiana Digital Library's Yearbook collection. See link below.
Use the Advanced Search option to search the yearbook collection and other digital images within this resource, or choose a specific yearbook to begin browsing.
Hover over the thumbnail image in the center of the screen.
Click on Open Image Viewer.
Use the toolbar above the image to search within the yearbook, move between pages, zoom in, print, download, etc.
Use this handout of step-by-step instructions.
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