Tag Archives: Library Photo of the Month

Library Photo of the Month–May 2017

Tucked inside the village hall you can find the bustling New Glarus Public Library.  

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Library Photo of the Month–April 2017

This month takes us to Plain, a small village in Sauk County, a little less than an hour northwest of Madison.  

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Library Photo of the Month–March 2017

The Kansas City (MO) Public Library looks pretty amazing to me: Does it to you too?

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Library Photo of the Month–February 2017

Not far northwest of Madison lies the community of Sauk City, “where eagles soar” (more about those eagles in a minute.)

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Library Photo of the Month–January 2017

Today’s photos come from Sharon, Massachusetts, courtesy of my friend Kari.  

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Library Photo of the Month–December 2016

A May road trip took us to several public libraries in nearby small communities. One is the charming Black Earth Public Library.

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Library Photo of the Month–November 2016

Today’s library of the month takes us to Lodi, Wisconsin.

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Library Photo of the Month–October 2016

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This month we go to River City, I mean Mason City, Iowa. Enjoy!

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Library Photo of the Month–September 2016

This was my view while doing research at the UW Madison SLIS Library recently.

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Library Photo of the Month–August 1, 2016

Did I grab your attention with this photo? Taken from inside the Ruth Culver Community Library, in Prairie du Sac, WI. I wanted you to see how beautiful the library’s setting is.

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