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  • Title: Bayfield Carnegie Library - Welcome To Your Library!
    Descriptive info: .. 37 North Broad Street, Bayfield, Wisconsin 54814.. (715) 779-3953.. Catalog.. Bayfield Links.. Got Books! Pics.. History.. Library Staff.. Reference Links.. Font Size Selection.. Small.. Normal.. Large.. Library Hours.. Mon:.. 11:00 - 7:00.. Tues:.. Wed:.. 9:30 - 5:00.. Thur:.. Fri:.. Sat:.. 9:30 - 3:00.. Sun:.. Closed.. Welcome To Your Library!.. The Bayfield Carnegie Library is your choice for information and community networking.. Our philosophy is that "the Bayfield Carnegie Library should consider itself neither too small to be a bulwark of freedom, nor too big to be a friend of the citizen who loves and uses it.. ".. The library's mission is to be a creative learning center for the Bayfield community and to nurture the love of books and reading.. We have over 20,000 items available for checkout,  ...   it for you through interlibrary loan.. Most of these out-of-town materials are delivered to the library within three days.. The library also has five public computer work stations with high speed internet access and word processing.. You have complete access to up-to-date reference resources.. There is a meeting room for public use, kitchen facilities and a large children's area with our "reading nook" for kids.. We have an expanded collection of sailing, kayaking, boat building, and other materials on marine subjects (including lighthouses!).. The Bayfield Video Archives collection is available for checkout.. These are over 150 videotaped interviews of Bayfield area residents created through the assistance of Mary Rice for the Bayfield Heritage Association and directed by John Hanson.. Copyright 2003 2004.. Bayfield Carnegie Library.. - all rights reserved..

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  • Title: Bayfield Carnegie Library - Bayfield Links
    Descriptive info: Home.. Ashland Daily Press.. Apostle Islands National Lakeshore.. Bayfield Chamber of Commerce.. Bayfield County.. Bayfield County Economic Development Corporation.. Area business resources and links.. Bayfield County Tourism and Recreation.. Current fishing, skiing, snowmobiling and ATV reports.. Bayfield Heritage Association.. Bigtop Chautauqua.. Chequamegon National Forest.. Fish Tugs and Fisherman of Lake Superior.. Inland Sea Society.. Lake Superior Marine Forecasts.. Maintained by The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.. Madeline Island Ferry Line.. Northland College..

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  • Title: Bayfield Carnegie Library - Page
    Descriptive info: (It may take a while to load this page.. )..

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  • Title: Bayfield Carnegie Library - History
    Descriptive info: ca.. 1910.. Only ten years after Bayfield was founded, the first library was established as a free Reading Room in 1857, signaling the community's early commitment to knowledge and the free exchange of information.. Work on the grand structure we still use as our community's library began a hundred years ago when Philanthropist Andrew Carnegie provided $10,000 to the Bayfield Library Board.. Architect Henry WildHagen designed the Greek Revival-style building with the striking Ionic columns of locally quarried brownstone.. Dog sled in front of the library.. The Bayfield Carnegie Library opened its doors January 10, 1904.. As the economy of Bayfield experienced periods of prosperity and decline over the years, so did the status of the library.. But always a group of citizens persevered to  ...   extending its resources to include that of 30 other libraries.. With the recent improvements of the addition of space in the lower level, implementation of the Internet service and expansion of staff time, the library continues to adopt to meet the needs of the community.. Librarian Winnie Robinson, 1909 - 1929.. Junior Civic League.. 1957 "Gymnastics" Class Taught by Norma Chape.. From left to right: Ann Moody, Mary Hauser, Mert Weborg, Mrs.. Berger, Ole Cahill, Alma Waskow, Martha Barningham, Bobby Durham, and Norma Chape.. Librarian Agnes Bodin, late 1960's.. Librarian Lois Albrecht reads to youngsters during storytime at the Bayfield Library (1978).. Hope Atkinson, Librarian (left), and Ann Bowker, a founder of the Apple Blossom Run (right), display awards for the 1984 Apple Blossom Run..

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  • Title: Bayfield Carnegie Library - Library Staff
    Descriptive info: Roberta Menger.. Library Director.. Teresa Weber.. Assistant Librarian..

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  • Title: Bayfield Carnegie Library - Reference Links
    Descriptive info: BadgerLink.. BadgerLink is a comprehensive site created especially for Wisconsin residents to have free and easy access to magazines, newspapers, video resources, and sites for government, reference and education.. It is sponsored by the Wisconsin Division for Libraries, Technology, and Community Learning of the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.. This is a FREE service.. Search various magazine databases for full text of articles or abstracts.. Search newspaper databases for articles by subject.. Health Resources.. A list of "quality-filtered" health information sites created by a nonprofit Wisconsin group.. National Center For Complementary and Alternative Information.. NCCAM is dedicated to exploring complementary and alternative healing  ...   Northern Wisconsin; including Washburn, LaPointe and Red Cliff libraries.. WISCAT - Wisconsin Library Catalog.. WISCAT is the statewide library database for Wisconsin.. It contains 6.. 7 million bibliographic records for 1,270 libraries of all types throughout Wisconsin; including state university, college and tech-school libraries.. The libraries listed in WISCAT are willing to loan materials through statewide interlibrary loan channels.. If you want to obtain an item listed in WISCAT, make a printout of the record and take this printout to the Bayfield Library.. Ask the library staff to obtain the materials through interlibrary loan.. Wisconsin State Government Portal.. U.. S.. Government's Official Portal..

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