Arlington High School Yearbooks are now digitized

HEARYEYearbooksOnCartThis project was a collaboration between Arlington High School and Robbins Library.

Arlington High yearbooks can now be viewed online at the Internet Archive (IA)

To view them just go to:

the Internet Archive

                                        https://archive.org/details/robbinslibrary

The Robbins Local History librarian and the School librarian at Arlington High worked with an awesome team of Arlington High students who compared copies of yearbooks at both institutions –  then chose the best ones for digitization.

2015-06-19 Arlington High School Digitization Project (2)

The current digitized collection begins with the year 1927 and ends with the year 2011.

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The Digital Commonwealth provided digitization services and scanned these volumes at their Scanning Lab located at Boston Public Library.  Digital Commonwealth is a non-profit collaborative organization that provides resources and services to support the creation, management, and dissemination of cultural heritage materials held by Massachusetts libraries, museums, historical societies, and archives. Digital Commonwealth currently has over 130 member institutions from across the state.

 

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Need more info?  Contact Ellen    (781) 316-3233

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One Response to Arlington High School Yearbooks are now digitized

  1. JOHN MURPHY says:

    wonderful to look at time through a book yearbooks dating back last century. i found my aunts high school pictures dating back to the 20s and 30s looking what life was like then thank you robbins library for your thoughts

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