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The Bethany Echo, March 1913
The yearbook was published annually by the students at the Bethany Lutheran College from 1921-1981, that included: photographic presentations of school activities (sports, clubs, etc.), social events (dances, events on campus, life in the dorms, etc.) and other topics of interest to the students in addition to individual photos of students, staff and faculty. Student publications have been published at the college since 1888. The first annual or yearbook published as a separate item was that of 1910. For several years prior to that date, specific issues of the school magazine were devoted to the junior and senior classes, usually being the last two issues of every year. The title of the annual yearbooks changed several times until 1921, when was selected. The yearbook was published under that name until its last issue in 1981. The 1972 was the last official yearbook. The 1974 yearbook was published by . The 1978-1981 yearbooks were published by the and other than the senior photographs, the format and photographs were virtually the same in each volume.
Bethany Ladies College
Michaels, Hattie (contributor)
College Archives, Memorial Library, Bethany Lutheran College (contributing organization)
Just, Dorothy (contributor)
Meunch, Marie (contributor)
John, Anna (contributor)
Ehlers, Clara (contributor)
Arnold, Mae (contributor)
Reinking, Minnie (contributor)
Heins, Mathilde (contributor)
Manz, J. F. (contributor)
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