Brown University Yearbooks

The Brown University Library and Alumni Relations have digitized yearbooks from 1870 to 2007 for private research, study, and teaching.

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.

Please contact the John Hay Library with any questions.

Subcollections (2)

  • Brun Mael (Yearbook) Thumbnail

    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 loosely …

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  • Liber Brunensis (Yearbook) Thumbnail

    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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