Capitolshots Photography’s collection of images of the historic Madera County Courthouse in Madera, California.
Designed by Hugh Braunton and completed in 1902, the granite Classical Revival structure served as the Madera County Courthouse until 1953. A 1906 fire destroyed the original clock tower, and the current clock tower differs in architectural style from the original. The Madera courthouse, now the Madera County Museum, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Stock Images Of These California Courthouses Are Also Available:
Photos of the Kern County Courthouse in Bakersfield, California. The Bakersfield courthouse, designed by Ernest L. McCoy, opened in 1959. Minor cases continue to be held at the Kern County Courthouse, though the primary criminal and civil courts for the county have been relocated a block away to the Kern County Civic Center Justice Center, which opened in 1980.
Photos of the historic Kings County Courthouse in Hanford, California. Designed by William Willcox with an eclectic mix of styles, the Hanford courthouse opened in 1896 and served as the county courthouse until a newer government center west of downtown opened in 1976. The historic Kings County Courthouse, which currently houses small retail offices and shops, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Photos of the Los Angeles County Criminal Courts Building, officially the Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center, in Los Angeles, California. The Los Angeles County courthouse was renamed for Foltz, the first female lawyer on the west coast of the United States, in 2002. The Los Angeles courthouse has hosted many high-profile trials over the years, most notably the O.J. Simpson murder trial in 1995. Designed by Adrian Wilson Associates, the modern courthouse was completed in 1972.
Photos of the Los Angeles County Hall of Justice in Los Angeles, California. Designed by Allied Architects and built in 1925, the granite Los Angeles courthouse, a Beaux-Arts structure, was vacated after sustaining substantial damage in the 1994 Northridge earthquake. The Los Angeles County courthouse was subsequently renovated in the early 2010s.
Photos of the historic Madera County Courthouse, now the Madera County Museum, in Madera, California. Designed by Hugh Braunton and completed in 1902, the granite Classical Revival structure served as the Madera County Courthouse until 1953. A 1906 fire destroyed the original clock tower, and the current clock tower differs in architectural style from the original. The Madera courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Photos of the Mariposa County Courthouse in Mariposa, California. Designed by Perrin Fox and built in 1854, the Mariposa courthouse, a Greek Revival structure, is the oldest in California and possibly the oldest in continuous use west of the Mississippi. The Mariposa County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a California Historic Landmark.
Photos of the historic Napa County Courthouse in Napa, California. Designed by Samuel and Joseph Newsom and constructed in 1878, the Napa courthouse, an Italianate structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The building, damaged in a 2014 earthquake, is across the street from the new Napa County Courthouse, which opened in 1998.
Photos of the Nevada County Courthouse in Nevada City, California. Originally constructed in 1867, the Nevada City courthouse underwent expansion and renovation in 1900. It was drastically remodeled in 1936-37 by George Sellon, resulting in the existing WPA Moderne structure. An annex to the Nevada County Courthouse was constructed in the mid-1960s. The building is part of the Nevada City Downtown Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Photos of the Old Orange County Courthouse in Santa Ana, California. Designed by C.C. Strange and completed in 1901, the Romanesque Revival structure, built of red Arizona sandstone, served as the county's courthouse until a modern structure was completed nearby in 1968. The Santa Ana courthouse was closed in 1979 for safety reasons and was reopened in 1987 after a four-year restoration effort. Now a museum, the Old Orange County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a California Historical Landmark.
Photos of the Riverside County Hall Of Justice, officially the Robert Presley Hall of Justice, in Riverside, California. The Riverside courthouse is adjacent to the older, historic Riverside County Courthouse and houses the county's adult criminal proceedings. The Riverside County Hall Of Justice was designed by Clinton Marr And Associates and was built in 1991.
Photos of the San Francisco Hall Of Justice, officially the Thomas J. Cahill Hall Of Justice, in San Francisco, California. The San Francisco courthouse, completed in 1960, is home not only to the criminal courts for the City and County of San Francisco but also for the San Francisco Police Department and Jail.
Photos of the historic San Mateo County Courthouse, now the San Mateo County History Museum, in Redwood City, California. The Redwood City courthouse, designed by Glenn Allen and dedicated in 1910, replaced a courthouse completed just before being mostly destroyed in the earthquake of 1906. The building was restored in the 1990s, and the county's historical association moved into the building in 1998. The historic San Mateo County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Photos of the historic Santa Clara County Courthouse in San Jose, California. Designed by Levi Goodrich and built in 1868, the Renaissance Revival courthouse, the county's eighth, underwent significant renovations after a fire in 1931 destroyed the building's dome. A third story was also added to the San Jose courthouse after the fire. The historic Santa Clara County Courthouse is part of the St. James Park Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Photos of the Santa Cruz County Courthouse in Santa Cruz, California. The one-story concrete Brutalist Santa Cruz courthouse, built in 1967, is connected to the county's five-story administration building as part of the Santa Cruz County Governmental Complex. The Santa Cruz County Courthouse was designed by Rockwell And Banwell.