Albright Memorial Building, also known as Scranton Public Library, is a historic library building located at 500 Vine Street in Scranton, Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania. Designed in 1890 and completed in early 1893, it is a two-story, "L"-shaped, Indiana limestone and Medina sandstone building with Châteauesque-style design elements. It consists of a main building measuring 36 feet by 132 feet and a wing set a right angle and measuring 30 feet by 52 feet. It was designed by the noted Buffalo, New York architectural firm of Green & Wicks. The building was donated by Buffalo entrepreneur and philanthropist and former Scranton resident, John J. Albright, who dedicated it in memory of his parents. Albright was also a founder of the Albright–Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo.