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Saint-Jean Library, by service desk
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Bibliothèque Saint-Jean, located at the Campus Saint-Jean, U of A, houses a large collection of materials in French. Its mission is to serve the francophones and francophiles of the University and the community at large. The Service desk is visible in the centre, with the Salle Durocher (historical collection) to the east. To the west are computer workstations, with the general collection in the background.

The Bibliotheque Saint-Jean (BSJ) can be found in 1-12 Pavillon McMahon located on 8406 91 Street, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. This building is part of the University of Alberta's Campus Saint-Jean. 

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