Class books, Freshman handbooks, and yearbooks were prepared by students for the use and enjoyment of other students. These publications include information about the curriculum, campus, regulations, student organizations, social life, and College traditions as well as recommendations regarding clothing and room furnishings. Yearbooks, known as the Llamarada, contain information about and photographs of members of each class, along with details about events and organizations at the College. Student handbooks, prepared by the Mount Holyoke chapter of the Young Women's Christian Association, student government organizations on campus, or administrators, chiefly outline regulations for students’ behavior. Alumnae registers have been issued by Mount Holyoke since 1843, with those through 1887 prepared by the Memorandum Society and those from 1887-2008 by the Alumnae Association. These publications list the names and addresses of alumnae and often include details about their post-Mount Holyoke lives.