Creating a yearbook was a time-honored tradition for Fresno State students from 1911 to 1991 (with a gap from 1972-1975). Called at first, "The Prospect" (1911-1921), then later "The Collegian" (1922-1923), and finally settling on "Campus" (1924-1991), the yearbook was a memento and memory book for the students to look back on the past academic year and to reminisce about good times. After 1970, the yearbooks became much smaller and only included the graduating class of seniors . By 1992, the yearbooks ceased to exist, a relic of days gone by. However, this collection of Fresno State yearbooks stands as a treasure trove of photographs and information and memories. There is also a set of yearbooks in the main stacks of the Henry Madden Library (available for check out) and in the University Archives in the Special Collections Research Center (for in-house use).