Yearbooks

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Rich in heritage and always striving to meet the challenges of the 21st Century, The Indiana School for the Deaf has developed into one of the leading deaf schools in the nation.  Its success is captured in the publications that have been digitized through funding by the Indianapolis Foundation Library Fund.  204 volumes with 18,000 pages of publications include school newsletters, senior numbers and yearbooks.  

Titles include: 

The Silent Hoosier (1887-1934)
Hooserian (1923)
The Hoosier (1935-1996)
Orange and Black (1921-1938)
Yearbooks (1938-1982) 

Updated Oct 09, 2020 by rwing

Crispus Attucks was Indianapolis' first segregated high school built for African-Americans in 1927. It was named after Crispus Attucks, a black man who was the first American to die in the Boston Massacre in 1770, a precursor to the American Revolutionary War. In 1986, the school converted from a high school to junior high school. This digital collection captures the history of the high school through its yearbooks (1928-1986), newspapers, and graduation programs.

Special thanks to the Crispus Attucks Museum and its Board of Advisors for permission to digitize their valuable collection of historical documents.

WANTED: Missing Crispus Attucks High School Yearbooks
YEARS: 1930, 1937, 1980
Please help IUPUI University Library complete the Digital Crispus Attucks Yearbooks collection.
Contact Information : digschol@iupui.edu

Updated Aug 20, 2015 by Webmaster