Yearbooks Needed! NEW
I'm beginning an ambitious new project of scanning and posting Asher School yearbooks.  I need your help rounding them up!

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What I Have

I have years 1948, 1961 and 1988-2001.  I also have a "Memories of 1965-66," but I don't think that was the official yearbook for 1966.


What I Need

Every other year!  If you own or have access to a year I don't currently have, please consider letting me borrow it for scanning.  I'll be careful, I promise!  If you can help, please send me an email at or see here for other ways to get it to me.

As a thanks, when I return your yearbook, I will include a CD with both .jpg and Adobe Reader versions of your book.  It will also be available on Flickr so you can share with others if you wish.


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The few I have scanned so far are available to view on Flickr.  Just follow this link.


Viewing in Adobe Reader

I will eventually upload all the books in Adobe Reader format, but I just have one for now.  You can preview the first book, the 1948 Chieftain, by following the instructions below.

  1. Make sure you have Adobe Reader.  That's a biggie.
  2. Right-click on this link.
  3. On the pop-up menu, click "Save Target As..."
  4. Note the location where you save it at, such as "My Documents" or "Desktop."
  5. Wait while the file downloads.  This may take a little bit.  Have a snack.
  6. When the file has completely downloaded, click Open on the dialog box to view it now, or click Close to view it later.
  7. If you choose to view it later, the file will be in the location you saved it in at step 4.

If the file doesn't open, make sure you have Adobe Reader installed.  Seriously, that is not optional.  If you're still having problems, let me know.


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