Yearbooks were first produced by Georgetown university students in 1901. Several of the pre-WWI volumes were created by Law School students; for these coverage is limited to that school. Varying titles were used initially but from 1908, a yearbook known as Ye Domesday Booke was produced.

The contents of the yearbooks provide a wealth of information about student life. Through images and text, they document athletics, student organizations and activities, and physical changes to campus, as well as individual students and faculty members.

This collection makes issues of Ye Domesday Booke available online through 1960. Original hard copies of yearbooks (including Domesday Bookes published after 1960 or school-specific yearbooks such as the Caduceus produced by nursing students between 1948 and 1969) are available in the University Archives. Researchers should note that no Domesday Bookes were published in 1903, 1906, 1907, 1945, and 1946.

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