Washington State University, then the Washington Agricultural College and School of Science, began classes on January 13th, 1892, and its first school yearbook, the Chinook, was published in 1899 by the Junior Class. The second volume followed in 1901, and it has been published annually ever since. In 1926, responsibility for the Chinooks was moved from the Junior Class to the Associated Students, and then to Student Publishing in 1974. Through 1926, cover dates represented the graduation date of the Junior Class creating them, and so were off by one year from the actual publication date. In this collection, the year listed for a page is the year the yearbook was published. All Chinooks are housed in Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections in WSU's Terrell Library.

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