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Following is a list of the "Library Class" branches of the LDS Church's FamilySearch library system, which includes the world-renowned Family History Library in Salt Lake City. These are called FamilySearch Libraries.
"Library Class" is defined as having a larger facility and are generally complete with a dedicated internal computer server and a computer catalog or card catalog of their collection. These branch libraries have dedicated book collections in the thousands, microfilm & microfliche in the tens of thousands, dozens of internet connected computers and microfilm & microfliche readers and some digital scanners. All have dedicated servers with DSL, cable or T-1 internet access. In addition all have at least one multi-use classroom, and several research areas.
These branch libraries have a dedicated non-paid full-time TFH Consultants - Center (usually a husband/wife team) and dozens of volunteer staff. In many cases non-LDS volunteers serve from the community. Local genealogy groups often support these library facilities.
- Idaho Falls FamilySearch Library, Idaho Falls, Idaho Idaho Falls Idaho FamilySearch Library
- Las Vegas FamilySearch Library, Las Vegas, Nevada
- Logan Utah FamilySearch Library, Logan, Utah
- Los Angeles FamilySearch Library, Los Angeles, California Los Angeles FamilySearch Library
- Mesa Arizona FamilySearch Library, Mesa, Arizona See also Mesa Family History Center
- Oakland FamilySearch Library, Oakland, California Oakland California FamilySearch Library
- Ogden FamilySearch Library, Ogden, Utah
- Orange FamilySearch Library Orange, California Orange County California FamilySearch Library
- Pocatello FamilySearch Library, Pocatello, Idaho Pocatello Idaho FamilySearch Library
- Riverton FamilySearch Library, Riverton Utah 
- Sacramento FamilySearch Library, Sacramento, California
- San Diego FamilySearch Library, San Diego, California
- Family history centers in Salt Lake area will be consolidated, Shill, Aaron, Mormon Times, Deseret News Publishing Company, accessed June 7, 2010
- Search for smaller center locations on FamilySearch.org.
- See New York FHCs representing ward, stake and other Family History Centers.
- See the Family History Library's official site.