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[Henderson County Courthouse in Athens, TX]

Description: Photograph of Henderson County Courthouse in Athens, TX. A multi-lane road runs across the bottom of the photo, separated from a parking lot by a yellow curb. A single car sits in the parking lot in front of a sidewalk lined with parking meters. Beyond the sidewalk is the yellow lawn of the courthouse, occupied by tall leafless trees and short bushes. In the right side of the photo, four people stand around a tall bush while facing the courthouse. A concrete walkway in the left side of the photo leads from the edge of the parking lot to the set of stairs leading to the building's front doors. The entrance of the courthouse includes two glass doors set into white frames with a small triangular pediment above them while a larger pediment sits above all three of the building's floors, affixed to the edge of the courthouse's flat roof. Four white columns support the large pediment, two on either side of the front doors, and rest on white rectangular bases. The section of the building that the pediment and front doors are attached to has two additional sections diagonally connected to it, one of the left and one on the right. Across all three sections are three rows of windows divided vertically by dark red bricks, The rest of the building, including the roof's edge, it white. A dark chimney sits on the roof, seen to the left of the large pediment above the building's entrance. To the right of the large pediment, a gold dome with a pole rising from its top sits on the roof.
Date: February 27, 1972
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Hardin County Courthouse in Kountze, TX]

Description: Photograph of Hardin County Courthouse in Kountze, TX. The courthouse is a yellow building with an upward-sloping, triangular roof and three offset sections that project a short distance out from the rest of the building. Across most of the building are two rows of windows, with the bottom row containing arched windows while the upper row is made up by rectangular windows. The center offset section of the building contains the front entrance to the courthouse, which has a short set of stairs leading up to its doors. The other two offset sections sit on either side of and a short distance away from the central offset section, each with three rows of windows rather than two. The roof of the courthouse spans the width of these two offset sections, leaving the far sides of the building with a simple, flat roof. At the left end of the building a shorter, single-floor building with arched windows is visible, behind which is another building that appears rectangular and taller. In front of the courthouse is a green lawn occupied by multiple tall trees whose foliage slightly obscures some details of the courthouse. In the bottom left corner of the photo are two wooden benches, one pale blue-green and the other dark green.
Date: April 1966
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[Grimes County Courthouse in Anderson, TX]

Description: Photograph of Grimes County Courthouse in Anderson, TX. The courthouse sits in front of an empty parking lot with a yellow curb at its center, which has a sign on it reading "Keep right " with an arrow. The courthouse sits on an elevated platform with a grassy lawn enclosed by concrete walls, with three short sets of stairs leading from the parking lot to the top of the platform. The building itself is comprised of two rectangular sections, one narrower and positioned in front of the other though both have roofs that slope upwards into triangular points. Two chimneys rise from either side of the courthouse's shingled roof while a pointed tower rises from the roof's center, its white walls occupied by three tall windows. Along the brick walls of the courthouse are two rows of tall windows in white frames while columns of stone bricks lines the corners of both rectangular sections of the building. The from entrance of the courthouse has two white doors bordered on either side by a column of stone bricks which rise up to the second floor of the building, where another set of white doors are shaded by a flat white overhang. The white rectangular supports of the overhang extend down through a white platform at the bottom of the second-floor doors and down to the ground in front of the first-floor doors. The second-floor doors are accessed by white stairs that extend from either side of the doors' platform, turn ninety-degrees towards the camera, and then extend downwards until they meet the ground. White railing lines either side of each set of stars. Green bushes sit between each set of stairs and the front doors, as well as line the base of the building's left and right sides. Power lines crisscross …
Date: May 1969
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Grayson County Courthouse in Sherman, TX]

Description: Photograph of Grayson County Courthouse in Sherman, TX. A yellow lawn sits in front of the courthouse building, occupied by trees of varying heights and foliage. Towards the right edge of the photo are two small bushes planted on either side of a small stone slab with an indistinguishable motif and writing on its surface. The entrance to the courthouse is near the left side of the image, where a short set of stairs lead up from a concrete walkway to the front doors. The building is made entirely of white stone blocks except for the doors and windowsills, which are all blue-green in color. The courthouse has four rows of windows, with the bottommost row consisting of small windows set just above the ground. All of the windows are divided vertically by clusters of engraved lines. Above the top row of windows, carved into the stone of the building, are the words "Grayson County Courthouse". Thin lines of carved patterns decorate the edges of the courthouse's flat roof.
Date: 1975
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Garza County Courthouse in Post, TX]

Description: Photograph of Garza County Courthouse in Post, TX. A brick road occupies the photo's foreground, running parallel to the green lawn of the courthouse. At the right edge of the lawn is a curving road on which two cars drive away on. At the left side of the lawn is a flagpole with the American flag at its top. A brick planter of red flowers sits near the flagpole while short trees and fluffy bushes occupy the rest of the lawn at various locations. The courthouse building faces the left edge of the image slightly and is rectangular in shape, made of red bricks with pale stone used as an accent in a few places. The building also has a flat roof and three rows of windows across its sides. The entrance to the building is a short rectangular structure that projects a short distance from the rest of the building, providing a small amount of shade over the front doors. Above the doors, written across a line of stone, are the words "Garza County".
Date: July 1966
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Galveston County Courthouse in Galveston, TX]

Description: Photograph of Galveston County Courthouse in Galveston, TX. A road runs along the bottom edge of the image, separated from the sidewalk parallel to it by a line of grass. Towards the left side of the photo, the sidewalk splits off into three paths that head left, right, and center through patches of grass occupied by bushy trees and palm trees of varying heights. At the center of the intersection of the sidewalks is a short planter with a bush of red flowers in it. In a nearby patch of grass is a black sign on a short pole with the Texas state silhouette at its top and indistinguishable text below. On that same patch of grass, near the right edge of the photo, is a simple white bench with a person in a yellow shirt sitting on it. A short distance into the image, beyond the grass and trees, is the courthouse building. A short rectangular building with walls that are white on the bottom half and red on the top half sits in front of a much taller building that is also rectangular, though entirely white in color. The shorter building has one row of windows clustered near the building's center, which is shaded by a flat structure held up by rectangular columns. The taller building has four visible rows of tall windows with thin rectangular lines between each column of windows. Both the shorter and taller building have flat roofs, though the taller building has a small, short rectangular structure appearing above its top edge.
Date: June 1969
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Freestone County Courthouse in Fairfield, TX]

Description: Photograph of Freestone County Courthouse in Fairfield, TX. A multi-lane road occupies the photo's foreground and is divided from a parking lot by a concrete median. The lot is empty and fills the space between the road and the courthouse. Near the curb dividing the parking lot from the courthouse's lawn is a telephone pole and two small payphones, all sitting in the left half of the image. On the opposite side of the lawn is a white pole and a small cannon. Trees with and without leaves, as well as small bushes, occupy various spots across the lawn. A walkway divides the lawn into halves leading from the parking lot to the front doors of the courthouse. The building is made of orange bricks with white stone accents in small amounts. The entrance includes a short set of stairs leading from the walkway to the red front doors of the building, which are shaded by an overhead projecting section of the courthouse that sits on four tall white columns. The entire entrance portion of the building projects outward from a wider section of the courthouse, which itself has a wider section behind it, creating a three-tiered appearance. Across all of the courthouse's walls are four rows of windows, with the topmost row running above the height of the entrance's columns while the bottommost row contains smaller windows just above the ground. At the top of the entrance section of the building, near the edge of the flat roof, is a circular motif carved from white stone. A metal pole and a tall, thin metal structure sit on top of the roof, with the latter object connecting to various wires that lead off the side of the courthouse roof.
Date: February 27, 1972
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Franklin County Courthouse in Mount Vernon, TX]

Description: Photograph of Franklin County Courthouse in Mount Vernon, TX. A wide paved road sits in front of the courthouse while a narrower one runs past the building's left side. The green lawn around the courthouse is occupied by tall green trees and small bushes, and is enclosed by a sidewalk. At the left end of the sidewalk, near the left edge of the photo, is a sign reading "Speed limit 30". The courthouse building is white and made of stone blocks, with an entrance shadowed by a large triangular pediment supported by four tall columns. The columns rest on short walls sitting on either side of a short set of stairs that lead from the sidewalk to the front doors of the courthouse. Running across the width of the building, under the entrance's columns, are two rows of windows set into white frames. One window occupies the center of the triangular pediment over the building's entrance. The roof of the courthouse is flat and has a white clocktower sitting at its center, which has black and white clockfaces set into the sides of its dome.
Date: June 1975
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Fisher County Courthouse in Roby, TX]

Description: Photograph of Fisher County Courthouse in Roby, TX. Paved roads on either side of a median run horizontally across the foreground of the image, with a car appearing from the right edge of the image onto a patch of gravel next to the median. Beyond the roads is the courthouse, which sits on a green lawn enclosed by a curb occupied by streetlights at regular intervals. Multiple large, fluffy trees and bushes grows around the base of the courthouse. The visible sections of the building include two areas rectangular in shape and placed in an intersecting "X" shape, with large triangular pediments supported by tall columns placed between each arm of the "X". One end of an arm of the "X" portion of the building faces the camera and has, placed before it, a short white platform with stairs on either side. Across the walls of the building are two rows of tall windows. The columned pediments rise up to the height of the flat roofs of the "X" section of the courthouse, where a chimney can be seen.
Date: July 1966
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Fannin County Courthouse in Bonham, TX]

Description: Photograph of Fannin County Courthouse in Bonham, TX. The center of an intersection fills the foreground of the photo, with a traffic light hanging at the top edge of the image. The corner of two of the intersection's roads, directly across from the camera, has curbs that separate the streets from the courthouse's property. Two cars drive alongside the curbs while about a dozen other vehicles park in the lot surrounding the courthouse. Also within the parking lot are two flag poles, one flying the American flag and the other flying the Texas flag, two streetlights, and a few short trees. The courthouse building itself is white and rectangular, with some sections of the walls projecting outwards a short distance. The entrance to the courthouse is shadowed by a geometric archway that stands out from the rest of the building slightly. Across the walls of the building, except for a central gap on the left side of the building, are three rows of tall windows that are grouped together into vertical columns. In the center of the two visible walls of the courthouse, near the edge of the flat roof, are simple clockfaces. In the background behind the courthouse, on either side of the building, are lines of storefronts.
Date: February 1975
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Denton County Courthouse in Denton, TX]

Description: Photograph of Denton County Courthouse in Denton, TX. A road occupies the bottom edge of the image and includes a series of parking spaces occupied by three vehicles, all facing the yellow lawn of the courthouse. Multiple leafless trees occupy the lawn, as does a streetlight near the parked vehicles, while green bushes line the base of the courthouse's walls. The main part of the building is cubic in shape with walls made of orange bricks constructed to form three floors. On each side of the building are three rows of windows, all set into white frames, along with entryways consisting of short sets of stairs and brick archways held up by four red columns. Above each side's archway is a short wall set at the level of the second floor, each with four red columns sitting atop the walls and holding up a similar structure set at the level of the third floor. The columns at the third-floor level hold up large triangular pediments. At each corner of the courthouse is a tower which, similarly to the entryways on the sides, have red columns at each floor which hold up the floor above them. The towers have open-air balconies at each floor. The third-floor level of the towers are each topped by short brick walls with a singular row of small windows, which each hold up a sloping, darkly shingled dome. The narrow walls between the towers and the entryways on each side of the building have a single row of windows set into white frames. On top of the shingled roof of the courthouse's main section is a large clocktower with a brick base, which includes an open-air portion containing railing and columns. On top of the clocktower's base, at each corner, is a small, shingled dome. In …
Date: February 25, 1972
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Delta County Courthouse in Cooper, TX]

Description: Photograph of Delta County Courthouse in Cooper, TX. Two cars park on a paved road next to the sidewalk that runs in front of the courthouse. The sidewalk encloses the yellow lawn of the courthouse and connects to the walkway leading up to the building's entrance. In the left side of the lawn are green bushes and a leafless tree while the right side has additional plants and a stone slab with writing on it, plus a sign with the Texas silhouette on it. A short set of stairs lead up to the green doors of the building, which are set into a tall, thick archway made of a large white brick used throughout the rest of the courthouse, though the area of the building below the level of the doors is all green. The courthouse is rectangular in shape and has two rows of windows across its sides. The roof is flat and has a shorter rectangular structure sitting atop it.
Date: February 1975
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Dallas County Courthouse in Dallas, TX]

Description: Photograph of Dallas County Courthouse in Dallas, TX. The white courthouse faces towards the right edge of the photo and is mostly rectangular in structure. The main part of the building is tall and lacks windows, and has a tall rectangular tower attached to its right end. Attache to the front of this section of the building is a slightly shorter structure that projects outwards from the rest of the building a short distance. The projecting structure is rectangular in shape and has seven rows of gaps that resemble a window with shutters thrown outwards to let light in. Below this structure, at ground level, is an open space that allows access to the front doors of the courthouse, which are set into the main structure of the building. Dark letters spell out "Dallas County Courthouse" on the bottom of the projecting structure, above the doors to the courthouse. Potted trees and bushes decorate the space near the doors and around the outside of the courthouse. A person stands near the left corner of the building. Brown dirt occupies the majority of the ground in front of the courthouse, enclosed by a sidewalk that runs from the left side of the photo to the bottom right corner. On the other side of the sidewalk, in the bottom left corner of the image, is a paved road.
Date: July 1965
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Dallas County - Old Courthouse in Dallas, TX]

Description: Photograph of Dallas County - Old Courthouse in Dallas, TX. A paved road runs across the foreground of the image, in front of a wide sidewalk that separates the road from a plot of red and grey dirt. Beyond the dirt and farther into the photo is another road that sits in front of the courthouse. Multiple vehicles park in front of or next to the courthouse. The building is a tall, wide structure made of dark red bricks and dark shingles on the roof. The courthouse has a central section that projects outwards from the rest of the building, its top coming to a triangular point, and circular towers at each of the building's corners, each with a pointe top. Narrow walls connect the two visible towers to the central section of the courthouse. The bottom floor of the building is darkly colored like the roof, with three archways in the central section leading to the courthouse's entrance. Above this first level, in the central section, are four rows of windows with the topmost row consisting of narrower windows centered within the section's triangular top. The towers each have one window followed by a gap and then a row of window, with a final row of windows sitting just below the edge of the towers' cone-shaped tops. The narrow walls between the towers and central section both have two rows of windows that align with the windows of the towers. The top of the courthouse slopes upwards to a flat edge with small sculptures at each corner while a small rectangular structure with railing along the edge of its flat roof sits in the center of the courthouse's roof. Outside of the courthouse, a smaller building sits to the left while a similarly large building sits farther away on …
Date: July 1965
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Cooke County Courthouse in Gainesville, TX]

Description: Photograph of Cooke County Courthouse in Gainesville, TX. The courthouse is mostly rectangular in shape with a section of the building projecting outwards from the rest, on the side facing the camera. The building is made of white stone and pale orange bricks, with the bottom two floors built entirely from stone bricks while the upper two floors consist of bricks accented and decorated with stone. Each of the four floors of the courthouse have a row of windows across their widths. On the left side of the building, which faces the left edge of the photo, two white columns rise across the top two floors of the building to support a rectangular pediment that projects outwards slightly from the rest of the wall. The top of the courthouse is flat with a short brick wall lining the roof's edge, beyond which a clocktower sits, centered on the building's roof. The clocktower has white walls with shuttered windows, above which are the clockfaces of the tower, topped by a light blue dome. Outside of the courthouse building, near its left corner, are a tall stone slab with a motif on it, a street sign saying "Commerce St", a faded mailbox, and a white sign with "Cooke County United Fund" written on it. Multiple trees and bushes line the base of the courthouse's walls.
Date: September 1968
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Collin County Courthouse in McKinney, TX]

Description: Photograph of Collin County Courthouse in McKinney, TX. The courthouse is made of faded orange bricks and resembles a cube in its general shape, though multiple sections project outwards from the rest of the building. One side of the building with a simple entrance of stairs and one door faces the right side of the photo while a more intricate entrance consisting of double doors set into a projecting section of the building serve as the base for four tall columns, which hold up a portion of brick wall with a clockface in its center. A second clockface is visible at the top of the right-facing side of the courthouse, similarly set into a brick wall that runs along the edge of the building's flat roof. Three rows of windows span the width of the courthouse's sides, with a fourth row of smaller windows running along the base of the walls near the ground. Spanning from bottom of the left entrance's stairs to the bottom of the right entrance's stairs is a curving, gravel-filled portion of ground bordered by a curb. Parking meters spaced at regular intervals line along the curb and have two cars parked near them, one on each side of the photo. A third car almost entirely disappears off-camera as it drives off the right side of the image. Within the gravel area the parking meters occupy are two simple benches, each with a person holding a bicycle standing nearby. A leafless tree grows next to the bench on the right.
Date: February 25, 1972
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Chambers County Courthouse in Anahuac, TX]

Description: Photograph of Chambers County Courthouse in Anahuac, TX. A paved road runs across the foreground of the photo, parallel to the green lawn the courthouse sits on as it faces towards the right side of the image. A sidewalk sits parallel to the road at the lawn's edge, with a walkway breaking off to lead up to the front entrance of the courthouse. A person dressed in a bright, light orange dress walks along the path towards the stairs leading up to the courthouse's front doors. Foliage from an off-camera tree appears at the left edge of the photo in the foreground while another tree grows to the left of the courthouse's stairs. The courthouse building is rectangular in shape and is made of large white bricks, with the section the stairs connect to offset inwards compared to the rest of the building. The courthouse has three rows of tall windows set into white frames across its width. In the center offset section of the building, above the top row of windows, is "A.D. Chambers County 1936" carved into the stone bricks. A small rectangular building sits on top of the courthouse's flat roof, its own roof similarly flat, with multiple tall, thin metal structures rising behind it from the courthouse's roof.
Date: June 1969
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Cass County in Linden, TX]

Description: Photograph of Cass County Courthouse in Linden, TX. A "Keep to right" sign sits near the left edge of the photo in the foreground, beyond which are four cars parked across the image's width in front of a sidewalk lined with parking meters. The sidewalk runs in front of the green lawn which surrounds the courthouse and contains short bushes as well as a grey obelisk set atop a tall sloping base. The courthouse building itself is white with red tile roofing and white window frames. The entrance is shaded a large pediment supported by four tall columns and topped by a triangular roof with a half-circle window. Two rows of windows span the width of each side of the building except the inverted corners of the structure, which each have a side with only one window. Above the level of the pediment over the courthouse's entrance is a third row of smaller windows, set towards the top of the wall under the roof's edge.
Date: June 1975
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Camp County Courthouse in Pittsburg, TX]

Description: Photograph of Camp County Courthouse in Pittsburg, TX. A paved road sits front of the green lawn of the courthouse while a sidewalk runs parallel to the road, one section breaking off to lead up to the courthouse's entrance, which faces towards the right edge of the photo. The entrance of the building includes stairs leading from the ground to the front doors, which are shadowed by a brick overhang supported by two columns on either side of the stairs. The rest of the building is also made of bricks and is constructed in a rectangular shape with a flat roof. Four rows of windows set into white frames span the sides of the courthouse, with the bottommost row positioned just above the ground while the topmost row consists of smaller windows. At the center of the front wall of the building, near the roof's edge, is "Camp County Courthouse" written across stone blocks set amongst the wall's bricks. Tall green trees grow on either side of the courthouse.
Date: June 1975
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Cameron County Courthouse in Brownsville, TX]

Description: Photograph of Cameron County Courthouse in Brownsville, TX. Two cars are visible at either side of the photo, both parked in front of the sidewalk running alongside the courthouse's green lawn. Green trees grow throughout the lawn, their foliage partially obscuring the courthouse. The building is square in its general shape and is made of pale red bricks. A short set of stairs leads up to the front doors, which face towards the right side of the photo. Three rows of windows set into white frames span the width of all the building's sides. Four columns sitting atop the entryway to the courthouse rise up past two floors to support a rectangular pediment with the words "Cameron County Courthouse" written out on it. A similar structure is partially visible on the left side of the building, which face the left edge of the photo. Above the pediments and running along the roof's edge is a decorated wall, its bricks decorated with white stone. Multiple tall, thin metal structures of varying shapes sit on top of the courthouse's flat roof, one of which resembles an empty flagpole.
Date: October 1970
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Bowie County Courthouse in Boston, TX]

Description: Photograph of Bowie County Courthouse in Boston, TX. A paved road runs in front of the green lawn the courthouse sits on, faint yellow lines indicating parking spots in front of the road's curb. A sidewalk leads up to the entrance of the courthouse, which faces the left side of the photo. A short set of stairs lead up to the dark front door of the courthouse, which is a square building with off-white walls and a roof covered in dark shingles. Three rows of windows span the width of each side of the courthouse. The portions of the building containing the center two columns of windows on each of the building's sides project out from the rest of the structure a short distance, and are topped by A-frame roofs that similarly project outwards from the rest of the upward-sloping roof. Behind the right corner of the courthouse is a flat-topped tower made of off-white bricks. Next to the front right corner of the courthouse is a short, wide building with doors at its left end, wide windows across its walls, and a flat roof. Green bushes sit along the base of the building's walls.
Date: June 1975
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Bosque County Courthouse in Meridian, TX]

Description: Photograph of Bosque County Courthouse in Meridian, TX. A parking lot full of vehicle of various shapes and colors sits in front of the courthouse, a building made of white stone three sections projecting out from the main part of the building. The central section has a large clockface at its top, along with 1886" carved below it, while the two other sections occupy the two visible corners of the building. Across the three sections and the thin walls between them are two rows of arched windows, one across the bottom half of the courthouse and across the top half. The top of the building appears to be flat as neither a structure upon the roof nor the roof's surface are visible in the photo.
Date: October 1972
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Bell County Courthouse in Belton, TX]

Description: Photograph of Bell County Courthouse in Belton, TX. A fire hydrant emerges from the bottom edge of the photo, sitting in front of a road that a white car drive onto from the left side of the photo, its image in the photo blurring as it moves. Across the road, a sidewalk sits between the pavement and the courthouse's lawn, turning into a corner near the right side of the photo as two sides of the courthouse meet near the center of the image. Positioned close to the corner of the sidewalk is a statue with "Peter Hansborough Bell" written on the base it stands on, its figure standing casually and looking to the left. Various signs stand it different places on the sidewalk including one standing in the left side of the photo that says "Mc Gregor 31" with and upwards arrow, "Moody 20" with an upwards arrow, and "Temple 8" with a right-pointing arrow. The courthouse building itself is made up by white blocks and stones constructed into a square structure with roofed towers at each corner and, in the center of each side, triangular pediments supported by circular columns, which each sit upon rectangular overhangs supported by brick columns. The brick columns all have archways built between them. On the side of the courthouse facing the right edge of the photo is a railed ramp that leads from the ground to an entrance shadowed by a brick overhang.
Date: April 1972
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Bastrop County Courthouse in Bastrop, TX]

Description: Photograph of Bastrop County Courthouse in Bastrop, TX. The lawn of the courthouse fills the foreground of the photo, filled with trees growing from yellowing grass. Near the bottom left corner of the photo sits a small stone slab with a laurel wreath inscribed near its top along with "Major Joseph O. Sayers" written underneath. Farther into the photo, near the corner where the front and side of the courthouse meet, stands a white obelisk with a picture on each of its visible sides: a pair of crossed swords on the left side and two crossed flags on the right side. The courthouse itself is a white rectangular building lined with green bushes along its base, its entrance facing the left side of the photo while a clocktower sits in the center of its flat roof. The entrance to the building is shaded by a rectangular pediment supported by columns, above which sits railing. Foliage from a tree growing near the courthouse's entrance obscures the visual details of the second and third floors of the building's front. On the other side of the courthouse, the one that faces the right side of the photo, there is a row of windows set into arched frames along the first floor of the building while rows of rectangular windows span the second and third floors. The clocktower on top of the courthouse is made of a darker material than the rest of the building and has white numbers and hands on its dark clockfaces. A small dome with a sphere atop it occupies the top of the clocktower.
Date: April 1970
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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