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The USF Yearbooks variously titled The DonThe Ignatian, and in the example pictured here, The Adios offer a window onto the changing face of the campus, the students, and the City. Find basketball great Bill Russell in 1955; check out the "Frosh Smoker," the "Soph Drag," and see Jimmie Durante (ask your grandparents) crown the queen of the Mardi Gras in 1954; see the patriotism of 1942; see the politics, protests, and unbridled creativity of 1972; see your professors when they were young.

Moreover, see the tides of history, culture, fashion, and ideas through the prism of USF students and their yearbooks.

Publication dates: 1910-2006.  Due to the increasing costs of production for the yearbook, publication ceased after the final two digital versions were produced in 2005 (CD-ROM)  and 2006 (DVD).   No yearbook was published for 1977, 1978,  1979, or from 1993-2001.  See the May 1, 2003 Foghorn article Financial Concerns Plague Yearbook.

 

 

Browse the collection chronologically by clicking here.

 

 

 

For more information on the library's holdings, please check its catalog record.

 

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