Capitolshots Photography’s collection of images of the Perry County Courthouse in Marion, Alabama.

Completed in 1856 and designed by B.F. Parsons, the Perry County Courthouse, a Greek Revival structure, is one of four antebellum courthouses still in use in Alabama. It is part of the Marion Courthouse Square Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Stock Images Of These Alabama Courthouses Are Also Available:

A collection of one courthouse photo from each of the 67 counties of Alabama. All images in this collection are presented in a consistent manner: in color at a 1x1 ratio.

Photos of the Autauga County Courthouse in Prattville, Alabama. Designed by Bruce Architectural Co., the Prattville courthouse was completed in 1906. The Autauga County Courthouse, a Richardsonian Romanesque structure, is part of the Daniel Pratt Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Historic Autauga County Courthouse (now the Old Courthouse Flea Market) in Prattville, Alabama. Designed by George Littlefield Smith and built in 1870 in an Italianate style, though substantially remodeled over the years, the building served as the Prattville courthouse until 1906. The Historic Autauga County Courthouse is part of the Daniel Pratt Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Baldwin County Courthouse in Bay Minette, Alabama. The Bay Minette courthouse was built in 1901 but has been remodeled several times over the years. The most substantial remodeling to the Baldwin County Courthouse occurred in 1996, led by Gatlin Hudson Architects.

Photos of the Barbour County Courthouse in Clayton, Alabama. The Clayton courthouse, one of two for Barbour County, was designed by Carl Herbert Lancaster, Jr. The Barbour County Courthouse was constructed in 1961.

Photos of the Barbour County Courthouse in Eufaula, Alabama. Though Clayton is the county seat, a Barbour County courthouse has been located in both Clayton and Eufaula since 1879. The Eufaula courthouse was built in the 1910s and later enlarged.

Photos of the Bibb County Courthouse in Centreville, Alabama. The Centreville courthouse, designed by William S. Hull, was built in 1902. The Bibb County Courthouse, a Romanesque Revival structure, is part of the Centreville Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Blount County Courthouse in Oneonta, Alabama. The Oneonta courthouse was built in 1954. The Blount County Courthouse was designed by Martin J. Lide.

Photos of the Bullock County Courthouse in Union Springs, Alabama. Designed by M.M. Tye, the Union Springs courthouse was completed in 1872. The Bullock County Courthouse, a Second Empire structure, is included in the Bullock County Courthouse Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Butler County Courthouse in Greenville, Alabama. The Greenville courthouse, designed by B.B. Smith, was built in 1871 and completely remodeled in 1903. The Butler County Courthouse, a Romanesque Revival structure, is included in the East Commerce Street Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Calhoun County Courthouse in Anniston, Alabama. Designed by J.W. Golucke, the Anniston courthouse was completed in 1900. The Calhoun County Courthouse, a Renaissance Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Chambers County Courthouse in Lafayette, Alabama. Designed by Golucke And Stewart, the Lafayette courthouse was built in 1899. The Chambers County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure, is part of the Chambers County Courthouse Square Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Cherokee County Courthouse in Centre, Alabama. The Centre courthouse, a Moderne structure, was built in 1936. The Cherokee County Courthouse was designed by Paul W. Hofferbert.

Photos of the Chilton County Courthouse in Clanton, Alabama. The Clanton courthouse was built in 1960. The Chilton County Courthouse was designed by Charles H. McCauley.

Photos of the Choctaw County Courthouse in Butler, Alabama. The Butler courthouse, designed by William S. Hull, was built in 1907. The Choctaw County Courthouse was enlarged in 1955, with L.L. Brasfield serving as architect for the enlargement.

Photos of the Clarke County Courthouse in Grove Hill, Alabama. The Grove Hill courthouse, designed by Charles H. McCauley, was built in 1955. The Clarke County Courthouse is part of the Grove Hill Courthouse Square Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Clay County Courthouse in Ashland, Alabama. Designed by Charles W. Carlton, the Ashland courthouse was built in 1906. The Clay County Courthouse, an Italian Renaissance Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Cleburne County Courthouse in Heflin, Alabama. Designed by Charles W. Carlton, the Heflin courthouse was built in 1907. The Cleburne County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Coffee County Courthouse in Elba, Alabama. Built in 1903, the Elba courthouse was designed by Andrew J. Bryan. The Coffee County Courthouse, a Romanesque Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Though Elba is the county seat, there is also a Coffee County courthouse in Enterprise.

Photos of the Coffee County Courthouse in Enterprise, Alabama. Though Elba is the county seat, there are Coffee County courthouses in both Elba and Enterprise. The Enterprise courthouse, designed by Joe Donofro, Jr., was constructed in 1998.

Photos of the Colbert County Courthouse in Tuscumbia, Alabama. Completed in 1882, the Tuscumbia courthouse was razed in its entirety, save for its brick walls, and rebuilt, with a clock tower added, in 1909. The Colbert County Courthouse, which features Greek Revival and Italianate influences, is part of the Colbert County Courthouse Square Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Conecuh County Government Center in Evergreen, Alabama. The Evergreen courthouse was designed by 2WR/Holmes, Wilkins Architects. The Conecuh County courthouse was built in 2006.

Photos of the Coosa County Courthouse in Rockford, Alabama. The Rockford courthouse was designed by Elliot And Bradford. The Coosa County Courthouse was remodeled into its present state in 1970.

Photos of the Covington County Courthouse in Andalusia, Alabama. Designed by Frank Lockwood and Frederick Ausfeld, the Andalusia courthouse was completed in 1916. The Covington County Courthouse, a Beaux-Arts structure with Italianate features, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Crenshaw County Courthouse in Luverne, Alabama. The Luverne courthouse was designed by Carl Herbert Lancaster. The Crenshaw County Courthouse, a Moderne structure, was built in 1955.

Photos of the Cullman County Courthouse, as seen in 2008 before its 2012 remodeling, in Cullman, Alabama. The Cullman courthouse, designed by Martin J. Lide, was constructed in 1966. A 2011 tornado significantly damaged the Cullman County Courthouse, necessitating its remodeling.

Photos of the Dale County Courthouse in Ozark, Alabama. The Ozark courthouse was designed by Waid And Holmes. The Dale County Courthouse was built in 1968.

Photos of the Dallas County Courthouse in Selma, Alabama. The Selma courthouse, originally designed by Walter Chamberlin, was built in 1901. The Dallas County Courthouse was later completely remodeled by Warren, Knight And Davis into a modern structure in 1960.

Photos of the historic Dallas County Courthouse, now officially the Joseph T. Smitherman Historic Building, in Selma, Alabama. Constructed in 1847, the Greek Revival building served as the Dallas County Courthouse from 1866 to 1901. The historic Selma courthouse currently houses the Vaughan-Smitherman Museum. The historic Dallas County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the DeKalb County Courthouse in Fort Payne, Alabama. Built in 1950 and designed by Sherlock, Smith And Adams, the Fort Payne courthouse was enlarged in 1974. The DeKalb County Courthouse was later remodeled in 1999 in a redesign headed by architect Alan L. Williamson.

Photos of the Elmore County Courthouse in Wetumpka, Alabama. The Wetumpka courthouse, a Classical Revival structure designed by Warren, Knight And Davis, was built in 1932. The Elmore County Courthouse is included in the East Wetumpka Commercial District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Escambia County Courthouse in Brewton, Alabama. The Brewton courthouse, a modern structure, was designed by Charles H. McCauley. The Escambia County Courthouse was built in 1960.

Photos of the historic Escambia County Courthouse, now officially known as The Leigh Place, in Brewton, Alabama. Designed by Rudolph Bundey, the building was completed in 1885 and was the first Brewton courthouse. Escambia County's previous county seat was in Pollard. A new Escambia County courthouse was built in Brewton in 1902, after which time the building was substantially remodeled and served a variety of purposes.

Photos of the Etowah County Courthouse in Gadsden, Alabama. Built in 1949, the Gadsden courthouse was designed by Paul W. Hofferbert. Substantially remodeled in 2000, the Etowah County Courthouse sits across the street from the Etowah County Judicial Building, into which most of Etowah County's judicial operations has been moved.

Photos of the Etowah County Judicial Building in Gadsden, Alabama. Designed by 2WR/Holmes Wilkens Architects Inc. and completed in 1999, the Gadsden courthouse is across the street from the older Etowah County Courthouse.

Photos of the Fayette County Courthouse in Fayette, Alabama. The Fayette courthouse, a Beaux-Arts style structure, was built in 1911 and was designed by J.E. Wilbanks. The building is included in the Fayette County Courthouse District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Franklin County Courthouse in Russellville, Alabama. The Russellville courthouse was designed by Johnson And Jones. The Franklin County Courthouse was built in 1955.

Photos of the Geneva County Courthouse in Geneva, Alabama. The Geneva courthouse was designed by Sherlock, Smith And Adams. The Geneva County Courthouse was built in 1965.

Photos of the Greene County Courthouse, officially known as the William McKinley Branch Courthouse, in Eutaw, Alabama. The Eutaw courthouse was designed by David Jones Jr. And Associates. The Greene County Courthouse was built in 1993.

Photos of the historic Greene County Courthouse in Eutaw, Alabama. The Eutaw courthouse was rebuilt in 1869 after the previous courthouse, designed by John V. Crossland, burned. The historic Greene County Courthouse, a Greek Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Hale County Courthouse in Greensboro, Alabama. The Greensboro courthouse, a Classical Revival structure designed by John A. Straiton, was built in 1907. The Hale County Courthouse is part of the Greensboro Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Henry County Courthouse in Abbeville, Alabama. The Abbeville courthouse was designed by Epps And Davis. The Henry County Courthouse was completed in 1966.

Photos of the Houston County Courthouse in Dothan, Alabama. The Dothan courthouse was built in 1962 and was originally designed by Joseph L. Donofro And Associates. The exterior of the Houston County Courthouse was substantially redesigned between 2001 and 2003, with Wade Parrish And Associates leading the redesign.

Photos of the Jackson County Courthouse in Scottsboro, Alabama. Designed by Richard H. Hunt, the Scottsboro courthouse was constructed in 1912. The Jackson County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure, is included in the Scottsboro Public Square Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Jefferson County Courthouse in Birmingham, Alabama. Though Birmingham is the county seat, an active Jefferson County courthouse is in Bessemer as well. Designed by Holabird And Root and built in 1931, the Birmingham courthouse, a Moderne structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the historic Jefferson County Courthouse in Bessemer, Alabama. Though Birmingham is the county seat, an additional courthouse was authorized by the State Legislature for Bessemer in the early 1900s. The Bessemer courthouse, designed by H.B. Wheelock and built in 1920, was replaced by the Jefferson County Bessemer Justice Center, completed on the same block in 2009. The historic Jefferson County Courthouse is included in the Downtown Bessemer Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Lamar County Courthouse in Vernon, Alabama. The Vernon courthouse was first built in 1909 as a Classical Revival structure by Chamberlain And Company. The Lamar County Courthouse was later substantially remodeled in 1948 by William Rosamond.

Photos of theLamar County Judicial Center in Vernon, Alabama. The Vernon courthouse was designed by Johnson, Bailey, Henderson, McNeel, Inc. Built in 1995, the building is located just behind the Lamar County Courthouse on the square.

Photos of the Lauderdale County Courthouse in Florence, Alabama. The Florence courthouse was designed by Northington, Smith And Kranert. The Lauderdale County Courthouse was built in 1965.

Photos of the Lawrence County Courthouse in Moulton, Alabama. The Moulton courthouse, a moderne building, was completed in 1936. The Lawrence County Courthouse, designed by Warren Knight And Davis, is part of the Moulton Courthouse Square Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Lee County Courthouse in Opelika, Alabama. Designed by Andrews And Stevens and built in 1896, the Opelika courthouse, a Classical Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Lee County Courthouse hosts most official business of Lee County, though the county's judicial functions have moved to the Lee County Judicial Center.

Photos of the Lee County Justice Center in Opelika, Alabama. The Opelika courthouse is officially known as the T.K. Davis Justice Center. Designed by Lancaster And Lancaster, the Lee County courthouse was built in 1984.

Photos of the Limestone County Courthouse in Athens, Alabama. The Athens courthouse was built in 1919. The Limestone County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure designed by Bem Price, is part of the Athens Courthouse Square Commercial Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Lowndes County Courthouse in Hayneville, Alabama. Built between 1856-58 and significantly enlarged in 1905, the Hayneville courthouse, a Greek Revival structure, is one of four antebellum courthouses still in use in Alabama. The Lowndes County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Macon County Courthouse in Tuskegee, Alabama. Designed by J.W. Golucke, the Tuskegee courthouse was built in 1905. The Macon County Courthouse, a Romanesque Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Madison County Courthouse in Huntsville, Alabama. The Huntsville courthouse was designed by Northington, Smith, Kranert And Associates and Thomas A. Jones. The Madison County Courthouse was built in 1966.

Photos of the Marengo County Courthouse in Linden, Alabama. The Linden courthouse, designed by Sherlock, Smith And Adams, was built in 1966 after the previous Marengo County courthouse burned down.

Photos of the historic Marengo County Courthouse in Linden, Alabama. Constructed in 1848, the Greek Revival structure served as the Marengo County courthouse until 1903, except for a few years during Reconstruction when the county seat was moved to Demopolis. After a newer courthouse was built, the building served as a school, a church, and an American Legion hall. The former Linden courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Marion County Courthouse in Hamilton, Alabama. The Hamilton courthouse, designed by Charles H. McCauley, was rebuilt in 1960, completely surrounding and enclosing the older Marion County courthouse in the process.

Photos of the Marshall County Courthouse in Albertville, Alabama. Though Guntersville is the county seat, frequent flooding of the Tennessee River used to leave the courthouse inaccessible, leading the Alabama Legislature to authorize the construction of a second Marshall County courthouse in Albertville in 1919. The Albertville courthouse, a Moderne structure designed by Charles H. McCauley, was erected in 1935.

Photos of the Marshall County Courthouse in Guntersville, Alabama. Though Guntersville is the county seat, there is also a Marshall County Courthouse in Albertville. The Guntersville courthouse was erected in 1935 and redesigned by Martin J. Lide in 1963.

Photos of the Mobile Government Plaza in Mobile, Alabama. Designed by Harry Goleman, Mario Bolullo and Fred Woods, the Mobile Government Plaza, which serves as the Mobile County courthouse and administration building, was completed in 1994.

Photos of the Monroe County Courthouse in Monroeville, Alabama. Completed in 1963 and designed by Sherlock, Smith And Adams, the Monroeville courthouse sits next door to the historic Monroe County Courthouse, now the Monroe County Heritage Museum, made famous by the novel and film To Kill A Mockingbird.

Photos of the historic Monroe County Courthouse, now officially the Monroe County Heritage Museum, in Monroeville, Alabama. Designed by A.J. Bryan And Co. and built in 1903, the Monroeville courthouse, a Romanesque Revival structure, served as the Monroe County Courthouse until a newer courthouse was constructed next door in 1963. The historic structure, which achieved fame through the novel and film To Kill A Mockingbird, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the historic Monroe County courthouse, now officially Masonic Lodge No. 3, in Perdue Hill, Alabama. Built in 1824 at Fort Claiborne, it is the oldest building in Monroe County. It served as the Monroe County Courthouse until 1832, when the county seat was moved to Monroeville. The Perdue Hill courthouse was moved to its current location in 1884.

Photos of the Montgomery County Courthouse in Montgomery, Alabama. The Montgomery courthouse, built in 1987, was designed by Pearson, Humphries, Jones And Associates. The Montgomery County Courthouse is officially known as the Phelps-Price Justice Center.

Photos of the Morgan County Courthouse in Decatur, Alabama. The Decatur courthouse was designed by Walter Hickman Hall. The Morgan County Courthouse was built in 1975.

Photos of the historic Morgan County Courthouse in Somerville, Alabama. Built in 1837, the Federal-style building served as a courthouse until the county seat for Morgan County moved from Somerville to Decatur in 1891. The building later served as Somerville Town Hall. The historic Morgan County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Perry County Courthouse in Marion, Alabama. Completed in 1856 and designed by B.F. Parsons, the Perry County Courthouse, a Greek Revival structure, is one of four antebellum courthouses still in use in Alabama. It is part of the Marion Courthouse Square Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the historic Pickens County Courthouse in Carrollton, Alabama. The Carrollton courthouse, an Italianate structure, was completed in 1878. The Pickens County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Pickens County Judicial Center in Carrollton, Alabama. The Carrollton courthouse, designed by Johnson, Bailey, Henderson, McNeal Architects and built in 1994, is across the street from the historic Pickens County Courthouse.

Photos of the Pike County Courthouse in Troy, Alabama. The Troy courthouse was designed by Hinch, Lersead And Crump. The Pike County Courthouse was constructed in 1952 and renovated in 2001.

Photos of the Randolph County Courthouse in Wedowee, Alabama. The Wedowee courthouse was built in 1940 and was originally designed by Paul W. Hofferbert. The Randolph County Courthouse was remodeled by Chambless-Killingsworth And Associates in 1985.

Photos of the Russell County Courthouse in Phenix City, Alabama. The Phenix City courthouse, a Classical Revival structure, was designed by James J.W. Biggers. The Russell County Courthouse was built in 1938.

Photos of the Shelby County Courthouse in Columbiana, Alabama. The Columbiana courthouse, a Beaux-Arts structure, was designed by Bruce Architectural Company. The Shelby County Courthouse was completed in 1908.

Photos of the historic Shelby County Courthouse in Columbiana, Alabama. Built in 1854 and designed by McCan And Williamson, the building served as the Shelby County Courthouse until 1908. It was later Columbiana City Hall, and, since 1982, it has hosted the Shelby County Museum And Archives. The historic Columbiana courthouse, remodeled in a classical Jeffersonian style, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the St. Clair County Courthouse in Ashville, Alabama. St. Clair County has two county seats, Ashville and Pell City, with an active courthouse in each. The antebellum Ashville courthouse, a Greek Revival structure, was built in 1844 and was designed by Littleton Yarbrough. The St. Clair County Courthouse is part of the Ashville Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the St. Clair County Courthouse in Pell City, Alabama. St. Clair County has two county seats, Pell City and Ashland, with an active St. Clair County courthouse in each. The Pell City courthouse was built in 1955 and was substantially renovated in 2001 by McCauley Associates.

A photo of the Sumter County Courthouse in Livingston, Alabama. Designed by C.H. Dabbs And Co., the Livingston courthouse was constructed in 1902. The Sumter County Courthouse, a Beaux-Arts structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This photo © Capitolshots Photography/TwoFiftyFour Photos, LLC, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

Photos of the Talladega County Courthouse in Talladega, Alabama. Built in 1836 and designed by R.H. Hunt, the Talladega County Courthouse is the oldest courthouse in continuous use in Alabama. The antebellum structure is part of the Talladega Courthouse Square Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Talladega County Judicial Building in Talladega, Alabama. The Talladega courthouse was designed by Martin J. Lide. The Talladega County courthouse was built in 1974.

Photos of the Tallapoosa County Courthouse in Dadeville, Alabama. The Dadeville courthouse was designed by Martin J. Lide. The Tallapoosa County Courthouse was built in 1960.

Photos of the Tuscaloosa County Courthouse in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The Tuscaloosa courthouse was designed by Charles H. McCauley. The Tuscaloosa County Courthouse was built in 1964.

Photos of the Walker County Courthouse in Jasper, Alabama. Designed by Charles H. McCauley, the Jasper courthouse was built in 1933. The Walker County Courthouse, an Art Deco structure, is part of the Jasper Downtown Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Washington County Courthouse in Chatom, Alabama. The Chatom courthouse was designed by Thomas Cooper Van Antwerp. The Washington County Courthouse was built in 1964.

Photos of the Wilcox County Courthouse in Camden, Alabama. The antebellum 1857 Camden courthouse, a Greek Revival structure designed by Alexander Bragg, also houses the Wilcox County Public Library. The building is included within the Wilcox County Courthouse Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Winston County Courthouse in Double Springs, Alabama. The Double Springs courthouse, a Classical Revival structure, was designed by Warren, Knight And Davis and built in 1929. The Winston County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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