Bloomfield Public Library

107 North Columbia Street
Bloomfield, IA 52537


The Bloomfield Public Library was dedicated on August 13, 1913. It was initially named the Carnegie Library, after its benefactor, Andrew Carnegie, who gave $10,000 to build it.

Today the library has over 20,000 items including, books, magazines, CDs, DVDs, and videos. The library also offers two computers with internet access, and the Inter-Library Loan Program. A children’s library as well as a genealogy department are located in the basement.

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