FINDING THE MISSING LINK: Horsham College students Sam Feeger, Lily Talbot, Ruby Blair, Kathleen Lambert and Jessie Peterson pore over copies of the college’s yearbooks dating back to 1921. The school is missing copies of some yearbooks and is asking people with copies to get in touch. Picture: CONTRIBUTEDHORSHAM College is seeking back editions of its college yearbooks to create a CD Rom of its 100-year history.
The CD Rom will be available for purchase at the school’s centenary celebrations from October 11 to 14.
School principal Frank Spiel said Friends of Horsham College member Deb Jubb was scanning the yearbooks, but many were missing.
Horsham High School’s yearbook was called ‘Wimmera’ and was published between 1921 and 1993.
Horsham Technical School’s yearbook was called ‘Tech Mag’ and was published between 1959 and 1993, while Horsham College’s yearbook is called ‘The Link’ and has been published each year since 1994.
Mr Spiel said the college was missing copies of ‘Wimmera’ from 1951 and 1963 and copies of ‘The Link’ from 1997, 2002 and 2008.
He said the school was also missing copies of ‘Tech Mag’ from the 1950s through to the 1980s.
“Research indicates that annual copies of ‘Wimmera’ began in 1921 although no yearbooks were produced from 1932 to 1944 because of the Great Depression and the Second World War,” Mr Spiel said.
“The ‘Wimmera’ continued from 1945 until 1993 and it is believed that ‘Tech Mag’ was published annually.
“If you do have one of our missing links, please let us know.”
Mr Spiel asked people to call Deb Jubb on 0439 865 169 for more information.
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