A Gallery of Wyoming Library Cards



Natrona County Library — one of five designs.

We’re not quite halfway through Library Card Sign-up Month, and Wyoming public libraries have already issued 1,045 new patron cards. That’s well on the way to last year’s total of 2,384 for all of September.

To mark this month’s celebration, we thought we’d showcase a gallery of Wyoming library cards. A Wyoming library public or community college library card opens up a world of resources. Not only can it be used at libraries across the state, it unlocks all the GoWYLD.net electronic resources that enable language learning, early literacy, genealogy, academic research, and more.

To learn about all your library has to offer and get your library card (if you don’t have one already), go to our Wyoming Libraries Directory to find the public library nearest you.

Hot Springs County Library
Sheridan College Griffith Memorial Library, one of Wyoming’s seven community college libraries
Northwest College offers a community card.
Johnson County Library. Brand new design featuring their beautiful library
Campbell County Public Library System
Natrona County Library
Fremont County Libraries
Sublette County Library
Lincoln County Library System
Laramie County Library System. “Elsie and Eddie” were created just for LCLS.
At Central Wyoming College, a student ID doubles as a library card
Park County Library
Crook County Public Library System
Natrona County Library
Natrona County Library
Natrona County Library
Weston County Library
Uinta County Library adult card
Uinta County Library children’s card
Albany County Public Library
Converse County Library System
And last, but not least, the Wyoming State Library card, available only to state government employees, but still good statewide and online

 

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