Mount Mary College yearbook, “Autobiography of a College,” Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1939.
Mount Mary College was the first four-year women’s college established in Wisconsin. This two-page layout from the 1939 college yearbook shows students in history, math, and science classes.
Student staff of the Crandon high school yearbook, 1943.
Graduating seniors in Crandon, Wisconsin dedicated their 1943 high school yearbook to
the men and women, educated in this school, now on all the battlefronts and in the training centers of this great earthly struggle, World War II.
Senior portraits in The Bay Mist, Oconto High School yearbook, 1910.
Old high school and college yearbooks are a boon to genealogists and offer an excellent look at trends in young people’s clothing and hairstyles across the decades. This high school yearbook from Oconto, Wisconsin lists graduating seniors’ nicknames (check out “Skinny” and “Pickles”) as well as their extracurricular activities and a favorite quote.
via: Farnsworth Public Library by way of University of Wisconsin Digital Collections