Quoting from and email from MyHeritage.com,
Drawing on the overwhelming positive response to MyHeritage In Color™, we’ve taken this feature one step further and colorized our entire collection of U.S. yearbooks. In addition, we’ve opened up access to our yearbook collections for FREE, through May 23, 2020!
MyHeritage has an enormous yearbook collection with 290 million names in 36 million pages, from yearbooks across the U.S. from 1890 until 1979.
Take this opportunity to reminisce about your own high school years or search for your loved ones in the collection. Sharing your discoveries is a great way to reconnect with former classmates and stay in touch with relatives both near and far.
Found a fascinating picture of yourself or a loved one? We’ve added a new option to make it easy to share on social media. Anyone who shares a yearbook page on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram with the hashtags #LookingGood and #FreeYearbooks and tags @MyHeritage will enter a draw. Each week we’ll select one lucky winner who will receive a free MyHeritage Complete subscription!
The original black and white yearbook pages remain unchanged, and you can easily toggle between the black and white and colorized versions. Read more about the free colorized yearbooks on our blog post.You can search the Yearbooks by clicking here.