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How to find Gustavus information

Look Here First!

  • Search the city (web server, that is) for all things Gustavus. Files searched include all city on-line records, committee web sites, and community information hosted at

Public Library

Libraries are for finding information, so you've come to the right place. There are many sources of information, so check the most likely of each of the following.


Yes, we have them here! Go to the computer catalog by the front desk and look for a title, author, subject, or keyword. If we don't have what you're looking for, use Interlibrary loan instructions to search all the libraries in the Western Library Network. You can borrow one of these books through the Inter-Library Loan program. Once you find title, Author and ISBN then there is a form and collection box on front desk.


Periodicals are publications that come out on a regular basis, so they generally contain current, timely information. We have some in library; ask the librarian if you don't know where to find them. You can search large on-line databases of periodicals, including the full text of many articles, by clicking here.


Our library's reference section contains dictionaries, encyclopedias, etc. We also have CD-ROMs in the computer area with electronic reference materials.

The Internet

There is a vast range of information on-line. Click here to go to our Internet start page.


Ask a librarian if you need help in your research with materials here at the library. He or she may or may not be able to help you with your Internet search. If they can not help you they might be able to connect you with someone who can.

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