The Library is digitizing High School yearbooks!
Want to see what you looked like in high school? Maybe you want to remember those cool hairstyles? Or maybe those styles of clothing? Are you trying to remember your football coach’s name? OK. That’s easy, right? Wait! You can’t find your yearbook! Oh, that could be a problem, right? NOPE!!!! Your library has you covered.
CPPL has been digitizing High School yearbooks, and they are accessible through the online catalog. How are we doing this?
It’s our digitization project in which yearbooks were (are) loaned to us for a period of 6-8 weeks, during which time they were (are) shipped to our digitization vendor, scanned, and returned to us then to you.
The library is digitizing only high school yearbooks (9-12 or K-12 schools). Middle/junior high or elementary school yearbooks will not be accepted at this time.
Don’t see your yearbook, but you have yours and want it added to our collection? You may either contact the Genealogy library at 337-721-7110, email to firstname.lastname@example.org or bring any yearbooks to a branch and fill out a form.
Browse the yearbook digitization project web-page for details, a list of digitized yearbooks and how to search for (and within) the yearbooks in the catalog.