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Superlative Colorado libraries
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Colorado’s libraries and librarians: a world center for innovation. Ever since 1889, when one of the pioneering giants of librarianship, John Cotton Dana, became director of the Denver Public Library, Colorado has been a hotbed of library developments. For a state with a relatively small population, its contributions to librarianship have been extraordinary. Now into the 21st century, the Colorado library scene continues to be in the forefront of innovation and leadership.
"Colorado is hot stuff in Libraryland" - Library Journal's Rebecca Miller