Royal Purple

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Royal Purple

 


Class books, the predecessors of the yearbook, first appeared at Kansas State Agricultural College in 1891. The class books were given various names such as The Sledge, Sunrise, The Bell Clapper and The Banner. It wasn”t until 1909 that “Royal Purple” appeared on the cover of the college annual.

The value of yearbooks was best summed up by George T. Hart, 1936 Royal Purple editor: “The yearbook is like a bottle of rare wine, the older it becomes, the more value it has, until it becomes cherished beyond monetary valuation.”

--Retrieved from https://www.royalpurpleyearbook.com/history/

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