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Posted: Tuesday, November 6, 2012 11:54 am

Interested in seeing how the UA Mall looked decades ago? What about how your partner dressed in the 1980s? Or maybe who was part of the the University's royal court during Homecoming decades ago? The UA Special Collections has just completed a major digitization project, and now whole yearbooks dating back to 1903 are available to view online. The UA Yearbooks are available via the UA Campus Repository, which is managed by UA Libraries.

Visit the website at http://uanews.org/photos/digitized-ua-yearbooks-now-online

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