Brown University Yearbooks

The Brown University Library and Alumni Relations have digitized yearbooks from 1870 to 2007 in order to make them available to the Brown community. Brown community members must use their Brown Account to log in to the Brown Digital Repository. Alumni with a Brown Account may view the online yearbooks. Please visit Brown Alumni Online for Brown Account information.

The Liber Brunensis (1870-present) documents important events from the year, as well as athletics, academics, and student organizations. The Brun Mael (1909-1970) was the yearbook of the Women’s College and later of Pembroke College.

Yearbooks that are not available online can be viewed in the Special Collections Reading Room of the John Hay Library. Please contact the University Archives with any questions.

Subcollections (2)

  • Brun Mael was the yearbook of the Women’s College and later of Pembroke College. The first edition, which appeared in 1909 was a small brown suede covered volume. Its name was derived from the Anglo-Saxon for “Brown Legends,” as ...

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  • The Liber Brunensis for 1870 appeared in December 1869, superseding the Brown Paper, an annual newspaper published by the secret societies. Still a publication of the secret societies, the first Liber Brunensis was a pamphlet of fifty-eight pages which printed ...

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