Yearbooks needed for Ancestry project

Most need yearbooks include:
Lehi High School yearbooks for all years before 1924, 1930, 1933, 1936, 1937, 1938 and 1943.
Lehi Junior High School yearbooks for all years before 1964, 1967-1969, 1978, 1981 to present.
Donations from any year are most welcome.

Are you willing to loan your old yearbook for a good cause? The Lehi Historical

The 1931 and 1932 LHS yearbooks are the latest books to be donated to the historical society.

Society and Archives would like to borrow it.

The Lehi Historical Society and Archives will soon be entering into a contract with to have all of its Lehi High School and Lehi Junior High School yearbooks through 1999 scanned and made available online. As vast as the Archives’ collection is, it does not have original yearbooks for all years.

“This is an exciting opportunity for the Archives,” said Robb Strong, scanning technician at the Archives, “because Ancestry will scan the books without harming them.”

When an individual donates a yearbook to Ancestry, the book is usually taken apart to scan. But by entering into a contract with a large collection, Ancestry will scan the books without harming them. Therefore, the Archives would like to supply Ancestry with as complete of a collection of yearbooks as possible.

The Archives is hoping members of the community will loan their yearbooks to it for the duration of the project so that a complete collection will be available in the end.

If you’ve got a yearbook you are willing to share with the Archives, please call 801-768-1570, email or stop by the Archives Tuesday through Thursday from noon to 5 p.m., at 34 E. 100 North in Lehi.


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