The McGill Library and Archives are happy to present you the digitized collection of Old McGill Yearbooks from 1898 to 2000 and Clan Macdonald Yearbooks from 1931 to 2000.

The yearbooks were digitized as part of McGill’s 190th anniversary celebrations. A rich resource for family researchers and historians alike, this slice of McGill’s history provides a unique view of student life, learning and research. The digitization of the yearbooks and the addition of the search function renders them accessible to the community. You can browse through the years to explore stories told through photographs, drawings, letters, poetry, song, and so much more or enter a name in the search bar.

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The yearbooks were produced by the Students’ Society of McGill University and are not official records of graduation from the University. This yearbooks collection consists of the unique physical print content digitized from the archives’ holdings. It is not possible to make any changes to their content.

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The Library and Archives would like to thank the Students’ Society of McGill University for their collaboration and support.

McGill University Archives, 2011.