|Baylor University Annuals | The Round Up
The Baylor University Round Up has served as Baylor's annual yearbook for more than a century. This collection contains digitized copies of the full run of extant Round Ups from its inaugural 1896 volume through 1999. Full access to volumes 1896-1983 is available off-campus; metadata for volumes 1984-1999 are available off-campus, but access to the full volumes is restricted to authorized users. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to access the 1984-1999 volumes.
What's In A Name?
The official name of the Baylor University yearbook has undergone several changes since its first edition in 1896. The inaugural issue was titled The Baylor University Annual Published by The Senior Class of Ninety-Six at Waco, Texas. Beginning in 1902, however, some variation of the word "roundup" was used in the title. The table below summarizes which of the several permutations of the year book's title were used in each year between 1896 and 1979.
|The Baylor University Annual||1896|
|The Round-Up||1902-1950, 1952, 1954-56, 1960|
|The Round Up||1951, 1953, 1957-1959, 1961-present|
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