1973 Encinian yearbook

Harlan Lau '73 scanned the 1973 Encinian yearbook! 1973 was the second yearbook to go online.

Many thanks to Kathy Schoeder '73, who donated the yearbook which was scanned.

There is an Adobe Acrobat PDF file which contains the entire yearbook and includes a table of contents. If you download this file you can look at the yearbook at home and can even print it out. The PDF file is very large so do not download this file unless you have a high speed internet connection.
1973 Encinian PDF (147mb file)

1973 Encinian yearbook

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Table of contents 2
Activities 7
Frosh 27
Student government 43
Sophomores 53
Organizations 69
Juniors 95
Fall sports 111
Winter sports 127
Spring sports 141
Girl's sports 163
Seniors 167
Faculty 213
Awards 245
Index 262

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Some sections are also online under the 73 homepage

Senior pictures
Junior pictures from 72 yearbook
Sophomore picutres from 71 yearbook
Frosh pictures from the 70 yearbook
Teachers

Last updated: 9/9/15

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