Our 1967 Senior yearbook is now online and can be located at:
> > > > > > > http://Yearbooks.EveNDon.com <http://yearbooks.evendon.com/> > >
I am also sending an email out to everyone for whom I have an active email address.
There is no set of instructions for using the website. The short time I have played around with it has helped me, but so far I have been able to make only rudimentary searches...of course, it could be me....?????
When you logon to the site, just note that it has 3 sections. Left column (section) is where you would enter your search words. Also, once you click on the yearbook itself, the left side column also lists the index (in very simple terms). You can click on "Help" in this section to get to the "search pointers and limitations."
Top right section contains the "search pointers and limitations." If you enter a word to search in the left section, everywhere your word is found will also pop up on this top right section.
When you click on the yearbook site, the yearbook will open up on the bottom right side (which is the largest section). You can also then expand that section by clicking and dragging the section dividers.
Good luck and we look forward to any positive, helpful feedback from those of you who become friends with the site and negative, yet positive feedback from those who do not. I will send the feedback to the owners of the site.
One more thing. I did not have scanning capabilities so that is why I mailed my yearbook to this company. It costs about $60 (which is a gift from our class). My point is that if one of you has the capability to scan in each page of a yearbook, it costs nothing to get the other yearbooks online. The company wants to make their real money from people who want a CD burned of the yearbook. So we can do the remainder for free if someone can make that happen.