If you haven't checked it out already, Marshall Breeding's site has a
section listing public libraries at
https://librarytechnology.org/libraries/uspublic/. The site doesn't rank by
popularity, but each public library's page has some basic statistics, such
as service population, collection size, and circulation.
Library Applications and Systems Manager
The Seattle Public Library
On Sun, Jan 28, 2018 at 2:43 PM, Will Skora <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I was writing to ask if a list of the most popular public libraries' urls
> (North American preferably) exists and if so, if it can be shared. I don't
> have a specific metric to define 'most popular' (like # of patrons served,
> items in circulation, etc); instead, I'm just trying to informally compare
> public libraries' websites on a couple characteristics and do this without
> having to find all of their URLs.
> Will Skora
> Web Administrator
> Cleveland Public Library
> Cleveland Public Library – The People's University<https://cpl.org/>
> Cleveland Public Library houses the largest chess publication library in
> the world. It includes any type of chess-related document, manuscript,
> photograph, object, or ...
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