This building is a true Green Ridge landmark. Located on the southwest corner of Wyoming Ave. and Green Ridge Street, it was erected soon after a charter was granted for its establishment on June 27, 1889. It began as an outgrowth of a group of people who had formed a book club. Within a few years it became necessary to obtain larger quarters. The club sponsored the construction of a building, now the Nancy K. Holmes Branch Library, and erected it at a cost of $75,000.
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The family of the late Nancy Kay Holmes has established the Nancy Kay Holmes Memorial Fund for the Green Ridge Branch of the Scranton Public Library. Those interested in making a tax deductible contribution may send checks to Scranton Public ...
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