Display Case

The library display case is an area for local artwork and collections to be displayed to the public.

Current Display


In honor of the Greene Public Library's summer reading program theme of "Make A Splash, Read!" Elaine Beach is sharing her shell and beach item collection for the month of June. Her collection is sort of an inside joke. Elaine or her family and friends pick up shells and other beach related items they wee here and there at sales. Elaine says
the favorite part of her collection is the dusty pink insides some of the shells have. Elaine was also kind enough to share quite a few smaller shells with the library to be used as part of the summer reading program's kid activities.


When and Where Can I View the Current Display?

The cabinet is accessible during normal library hours.  When you enter the front doors of the main room of the library turn to your right and head past the magazine racks and reading area.  The display case is straight back along the wall.


How Does the Library Choose It's Displays?

Display ideas are by word of mouth or volunteer.  We appreciate any ideas you have, just drop an e-mail to Becky at beckyn@greene.lib.ia.us or call 641-816-5642.

Case dimensions:

The upper section of the cabinet is 13 in. deep, 30 in. wide, and 41 in. high on the top.

The bottom section is 13 in. deep, 30 in. wide, and 22 in. high on the bottom. 

There are 4 adjustable glass shelves that work in either the top or bottom section.

This resource is supported by the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act as administered by State Library of Iowa.