Just dates. Due dates. No names. No signatures.
There would be short yellow golf pencils, no erasers. I remember signing my name on a card like this one. Thicker card stock.
The librarian would remove the due date card from the gold pasted pocket inside the library book.
Everything’s electronic now.
I bought Over in the Meadow, an old discarded library copy, used. Originally sold for $3.26 when it was new and printed before zip codes began.
I always loved the illustrations by Feodor Rojankovsky, especially the one below from “Frog Went A Courting”
Here’s the inside of the back cover. The card obliterated the illustration in front