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By Helen A.

One of the most common questions we are asked at the library is “Do you have Evansville high school yearbooks?” We answer that we do have some, which have been gifted to us by generous donors. However, we do not have a complete collection by any means. Because people in the community turn to us regularly for help in searching for information from *back in the day*, we are happy to provide access to these yearbooks. In fact, we are actively looking to expand our collection and are asking for your help to do so!

Housed in the Indiana Room at EVPL Central, we have several physical copies of local high school yearbooks. 

In addition to having physical copies for review, we have a number of digitized yearbooks which can be accessed online. Browse our current digitized collection.

The digitized yearbooks that we have span the years 1998-2005, but it is not a complete collection. To round out this series of digitized yearbooks, we are looking for the following years: 

Bosse High School – 2001

Central High School – 1996, 1998

Harrison High School – 1989, 1998, 2000, 2005

North High School – 2002

Those copies would complete the 1998-2005 series for the EVSC high schools. Of course, we would love to expand our Vanderburgh County schools collection as broadly as possible, and we welcome private and parochial school yearbooks as well. 

If you have yearbooks that you would like to donate to our collection, please contact us at rs@evpl.org. If you prefer to loan them instead, we can arrange that also. 

Help us grow our collection for future generations to reminisce on their high school days in the coming years. Thank you!

Helen A.

Helen A.


Give her a crossword puzzle to work, and Helen is one happy camper. She also enjoys making recipes healthier, developing her green thumb, and tracking her daily steps on walks with her husband.

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