The 1945 Yanica was put together by Student Editor, Jack Barrett with the help of Assistant Editor, Connie Leonard; Business Manager, John Smith; and Adviser, L. Gibson. The book was published by Western Engraving and Colortype Co. of Seattle WA. The book is 30 pages with ten pages of advertisement. An unusual feature is color dividers separating different sections.
This copy is an uncirculated book kept by Western Engraving for its archive.
I try to create keywords for each page (for the online index listings). The Keywords are the names of the students and faculty whose pictures are on the pages. The student editor did a great job of listing first and last name with all the class pictures. Please take the time to check out the sports and activity pages because lots of the students were involved in these activities...
This book was scanned at 100 dpi... this won't give the best printed page but does allow for better clarity in reading the text. It was scanned by volunteers at 3rd St. Book Exchange, Marysville WA. The book is part of a FREE genealogy library that contains over 5200 yearbooks. This presentation and the scanned images are not to be duplicated without the express permission of the webmaster Exception is made for personal use of relatives pictures... (this is suppose to be FREE genealogy/history after all). Better pictures can be scanned...
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This book was scanned by 3rd St Book Exchange, 1615 3rd St., Marysville WA. It is intended for Free Genealogy/History Research. All Rights Reserved. @ November 2001