Gulielmensian

The Gulielmensian is the yearbook of Williams College and is commonly referred to as "the Gul." The first issue of "the Gul," published in 1856 as a 4 page tabloid newspaper, contained a list of secret societies (fraternities), catalog of officers, faculty and students, literary societies, and a calendar. The earliest issue in the Williams College Archives dates to 1861. Gulielmensian is intended to be an archaic linguistic reference to Williams. The Old French "Guillemin" and the modern "Guillaume" anglicize to "William." Notably, the first official professor of Williams was a scholar of the French language.


Gulielmensian 1861
Williams College yearbook for the Class of 1861.
Gulielmensian 1863
Williams College yearbook for the Class of 1863.
Gulielmensian 1864
Williams College yearbook for the Class of 1864
Gulielmensian 1865
Williams College yearbook for the class of 1965
Gulielmensian 1866
Wlliams College yearbook for the Class of 1866.
Gulielmensian 1867
Williams College yearbook for the Class of 1967
Gulielmensian 1868
Williams College yearbook for the Class of 1868.
Gulielmensian 1869
Williams College yearbook for the Class of 1869., Created by Gulielmensian yearbook staff.
Gulielmensian 1870
Williams College yearbook for the Class of 1870.
Gulielmensian 1871
Williams College year book from 1871
Gulielmensian 1872
Williams College year book from 1872
Gulielmensian 1873
Williams College year book from 1873