Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Wisconsin Counties: Public Library Books Per Capita

Pepin is Wisconsin's smallest county in area covered -- 249 square miles.  Public libraries are located in Durand (pop. 1,928) and Pepin (pop.838).

Between the two of them, they have 66,314 "books and serial volumes owned", according to the Wisconsin Public Library Service Record (2011).

It should be noted that we have 5 county libraries on this bar graph.
  • Brown
  • Marinette
  • Menomonie
  • Adams
  • Marathon
And Jackson, Burnett, and Buffalo counties have 2 libraries apiece.  (Hmm, just like Pepin.)

Other tables:
Wisconsin counties:  Program attendance per capita.  (4/23/2013)
Wisconsin counties:  Average per capita public library support.  (4/23/2013)
Wisconsin counties:  Public library circulation per capita.  (4/22/2013)
Wisconsin public library systems:  Circulation per capita.  (4/21/2013)
How Do Wisconsin Public Library Systems Compare to the Bergen County Cooperative Library System?  (4/21/2013)
Ratio of Total Program Attendance to Library Visits.  (2/14/2013)
Wisconsin Public Libraries: Children's Circulation as a Percentage of Total Circulation.  (11/19/2013)
Wisconsin Public Libraries: Total Circulation and Interlibrary Loans.  (11/14/2012)
Wisconsin Public Libraries:  Adjacent County Payments, 2008-2011.  (11/5/2012)
Wisconsin Public Libraries:  Another Look At Materials Expenditures.  (10/31/2012)
Wisconsin Public Libraries:  Book, Audio, and Video Holdings.  (10/29/2012)
Wisconsin Public Libraries:  Circulation per hour.  (10/26/2012)
Wisconsin Public Libraries:  County revenue including non-system county payments. (10/25.2012)
Wisconsin Public Libraries:  Municipal, county, all other revenue.  (10/17/2012)
Wisconsin Public Libraries:  Top 20: Public Access Internet Computers  (10/15/2012)
Wisconsin Public Libraries    Total programs and attendance.  (10/14/2012)
Wisconsin Public Libraries:  Other (i.e., mostly adult) programs and attendance.  (10/12/2012)
Wisconsin Public Libraries:  Young adult programs and attendance. (10/12/2012)
Wisconsin Public Libraries:  Children's programs and attendance.  (10/11/2012)
Books, audio, video. (10/9/2012)
Status Report on Wisconsin's Public Libraries (Part 2A: Where Does the Money Come From?)  (11/28/2011)

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