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it is really an excellent effort, get connected and to keep our memories alive.

I think it is good idea to update us for more. Thank you so much!

This is the beginning of a new school year, what better way to start than one of the special collections and archives, the latest online collection!

All of the items are fully and freely available, searchable, downloadable for anyone with an internet connection. The post is right to what you said.

I really like the idea. Almost everything today can be found online, every document has a soft version. Then why should the yearbooks be left in the closet gathering dust. It's better if they gather dust on the internet. At least, it will be digital dust.

A year book online would be good and bad. For those who don't like pictures of themselves, it just makes it easier to be humiliate and opposite for the people who do like pictures of themselves.

I like the combination of images with the links to each collection. It's the beginning of a new academic year, and what better way to start than with an announcement of Special Collections.

This is a good idea I hope my University do the same. Putting yearbook online is a good idea.

Go digitalize world, it a great way to preserve history

Thanks for the article about newest online collections.

Great posting! I like the combination of images with the links to each collection. Thank you for providing such a helpful & interesting guide to these newly-digitized materials!

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