Public Library Facilities of Wisconsin MPS

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Angie Williams Cox Library (Columbia County, Wisconsin)
Arcadia Free Public Library (Trempealeau County, Wisconsin)
Baraboo Public Library (Sauk County, Wisconsin)
Black River Falls Public Library (Jackson County, Wisconsin)
Built with a grant from Andrew Carnegie, the building became a museum in 1995
Brandon Village Hall and Library (Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin)
Brick building that has served the village for decades
Central Library (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
U-shaped building designed by Ferry & Clas in a Neo-renaissance format
Chicago and North-Western Land Office (Forest County, Wisconsin)
Columbus Public Library (Columbia County, Wisconsin)
Cumberland Public Library (Barron County, Wisconsin)
De Pere Public Library (Brown County, Wisconsin)
Dwight T. Parker Public Library (Grant County, Wisconsin)
Two story, Italianate brick building with red tile roof and Terra Cotta ornamentation.
Eager Free Public Library (Rock County, Wisconsin)
Hutchinson Memorial Library (Dodge County, Wisconsin)
Hip roof, bi-level, limestone clad library building
Janesville Public Library (Rock County, Wisconsin)
Jefferson Public Library (Jefferson County, Wisconsin)
Kilbourn Public Library (Columbia County, Wisconsin)
L. D. Fargo Public Library (Jefferson County, Wisconsin)
Fieldstone structure serving the community as a library since 1902
Medford Free Public Library (Taylor County, Wisconsin)
Racine Public Library (Racine County, Wisconsin)
When the library outgrew this building, it moved and this became a museum
South Branch Library (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Former neighborhood library now used by St. Vincent DePaul
Sparta Free Library (Monroe County, Wisconsin)
Tomah Public Library (Monroe County, Wisconsin)
Waupaca Free Public Library (Waupaca County, Wisconsin)
Library built with a grant from Andrew Carnegie
Waupun Carnegie Library (Dodge County, Wisconsin)
Former Carnegie Library, repurposed as the local museum
Williams Free Library (Dodge County, Wisconsin)
Heavy sandstone Romanesque building that housed Beaver Dam's Williams Free Library for over 100 years.