The 2011 Carnegie Libraries in Iowa calender features pictures of the 108 public and academic libraries in Iowa that received funding from the Carnegie Corporation. The Calender was created as part of the Carnegie Libraries in Iowa Project (CLIP). All profits go to furthering work on CLIP at the University of Iowa School of Library and Information Science.
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The 2010 Carnegie Libraries in Iowa black-and-white calendar includes all 108 public and academic libraries in Iowa that received funding from the Carnegie Corporation. The libraries are arranged by the date their requests were granted. Additionally, this calendar features a unique border every month, and each library appears in six of the borders.
The 2009 black-and-white calendar features all 101 public libraries in Iowa that received funding from the Carnegie Corporation, arranged by their Library Service Areas. Other pages display past locations of the Iowa Library Association's annual conferences, original postcard images, and beautiful fireplaces located inside the Carnegie libraries.
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There was no 2008 CLIP Calendar.
The 2007 CLIP calendar exhibits one Iowa Carnegie library per month. These include (in order of appearance) Estherville, Tama, Colfax, Red Oak, Manchester, Atlantic, Osceola, Marengo, Osage, Council Bluffs, Clinton, and Bedford. Photos range from modern color to historic black-and-white. Many photos were taken by SLIS students and faculty at the University of Iowa.
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The 2006 calendar includes a mixture of black-and-white and color photographs of various Carnegie public libraries around the state. The libraries featured include Maquoketa, Mt. Vernon, Oskaloosa, Marshalltown, Monticello, Winterset, Iowa City, Tipton, Carroll, Dubuque, and Fairfield. Photographs of Montezuma, East Waterloo, Cresco, Vinton, and Nashua are also included.
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