Answered By: Linda Hutchings Last Updated: Dec 04, 2018 Views: 989
In 1911 Brigham Young University began to publish a yearbook - The Banyan.
It captures student life on campus through a combination of text and images. The Banyan features class pictures, photographs of athletic events, student activities and clubs. It also includes information on student government and descriptions of campus life.
The Banyan was published through 1985.
BYU Archives recently had their collection of The Banyan digitized.
They are now available online through Internet Archive.
Click Here for BYU History and a link to The Banyan 1912-1985.