Kansas Courthouses

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Bourbon County Courthouse

Photos of the Bourbon County Courthouse in Fort Scott, Kansas. The Fort Scott courthouse was designed by Cuthbert And Suehrk. The Bourbon County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure, was built in 1929.
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Butler County Courthouse

Photos of the Butler County Courthouse in El Dorado, Kansas. Designed by George P. Washburn And Sons, the El Dorado courthouse was completed in 1909. The brick Butler County Courthouse, a Romanesque Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Cherokee County Courthouse

Photos of the Cherokee County Courthouse in Columbus, Kansas. The Columbus courthouse was designed by Glover And Newcomb. The Cherokee County Courthouse was built in 1956.
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Clark County Courthouse

Photos of the Clark County Courthouse in Ashland, Kansas. The Ashland courthouse was designed by Glen H. Thomas and A.B. Harris. The Clark County Courthouse was built in 1951.
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Crawford County Courthouse

Photos of the Crawford County Courthouse in Girard, Kansas. Designed by Tonini And Bramblet, the Girard courthouse was built in 1921 and restored in 1992. The Crawford County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Finney County Courthouse

Photos of the Finney County Courthouse in Garden City, Kansas. The Garden City courthouse was designed by Routledge And Hertz. The Finney County Courthouse, a limestone Classical Revival structure, was built in 1928.
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Ford County Courthouse

Photos of the Ford County Courthouse in Dodge City, Kansas. The Dodge City courthouse was designed by Reuel A. Curtis. The Ford County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure, was built in 1913.
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Grant County Courthouse

Photos of the Grant County Courthouse in Ulysses, Kansas. Designed by Smith And English, the Ulysses courthouse was built in 1929. The Grant County Courthouse, a brick Art Deco structure, is included in the Grant County Courthouse District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Gray County Courthouse

Photos of the Gray County Courthouse in Cimarron, Kansas. The Cimarron courthouse was designed by Routledge And Hertz. The Gray County Courthouse, a brick Classical Revival structure, was built in 1927.
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Greeley County Courthouse

Photos of the Greeley County Courthouse in Tribune, Kansas. The Tribune courthouse was designed by Kiene And Bradley. The Greeley County Courthouse, a brick structure, was built in 1975.
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Historic Greeley County Courthouse

Photos of the historic Greeley County Courthouse in Tribune, Kansas. Designed by W.T. Heaps, the Tribune courthouse was built in 1890. The historic Greeley County Courthouse, a sandstone Italianate structure which now serves as the Horace Greeley Museum, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Hamilton County Courthouse

Photos of the Hamilton County Courthouse in Syracuse, Kansas. The Syracuse courthouse was designed by Overend And Boucher. The Hamilton County Courthouse, a brick Art Deco structure, was built in 1938.
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Harper County Courthouse

Photos of the Harper County Courthouse in Anthony, Kansas. Designed by George P. Washburn And Sons, the Anthony courthouse was built in 1908. The brick Harper County Courthouse, a Romanesque Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Haskell County Courthouse

Photos of the Haskell County Courthouse in Sublette, Kansas. The Sublette courthouse was designed by The Gibson And Mancini Partnership. The Haskell County Courthouse was built in 1978.
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Kearny County Courthouse

Photos of the Kearny County Courthouse in Lakin, Kansas. The Lakin courthouse was designed by Overend And Boucher. The Hamilton County Courthouse, a brick Art Deco structure, was built in 1939.
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Kingman County Courthouse

Photos of the Kingman County Courthouse in Kingman, Kansas. Designed by George P. Washburn And Sons, the Kingman courthouse was built in 1908. The brick Kingman County Courthouse, which incorporates a mix of architectural styles, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Linn County Courthouse

Photos of the Linn County Courthouse in Mound City, Kansas. Designed by George Ropes, the Mound City courthouse was built in 1886. The brick Linn County Courthouse, a Romanesque Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Meade County Courthouse

Photos of the Meade County Courthouse in Meade, Kansas. The Meade courthouse was designed by Fred S. Hopper. The Meade County Courthouse, a brick Classical Revival structure, was built in 1928.
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Montgomery County Courthouse

Photos of the Montgomery County Courthouse in Independence, Kansas. The Independence courthouse was designed by Edward Oscar Fallis. The Montgomery County Courthouse was built in 1931.
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Morton County Courthouse

Photos of the Morton County Courthouse in Elkhart, Kansas. The Elkhart courthouse was designed by W.I. Fisher And Company. The Morton County Courthouse was built in 1964.
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Osage County Courthouse

Photos of the Osage County Courthouse in Lyndon, Kansas. Designed by W.E. Hulse And Co., the Lyndon courthouse was dedicated in 1923. The Osage County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Riley County Courthouse

Photos of the Riley County Courthouse in Manhattan, Kansas. Designed by J.C. Holland And Co., the Manhattan courthouse was built in 1906. The Riley County Courthouse, a Romanesque Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Scott County Courthouse

Photos of the Scott County Courthouse in Scott City, Kansas. The Scott City courthouse was designed by Mann And Company. The Scott County Courthouse, a brick Classical Revival structure, was built in 1925.
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Old Sedgwick County Courthouse

Photos of the Old Sedgwick County Courthouse in Wichita, Kansas. Designed by W.R. McPherson, the Wichita courthouse was built in 1889 and is across the street from the current county courthouse. The stone Old Sedgwick County Courthouse, a Renaissance Revival structure currently hosting county offices, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Seward County Courthouse

Photos of the Seward County Courthouse in Liberal, Kansas. The Liberal courthouse was designed by W.I. Fisher And Company. The Seward County Courthouse was built in 1959.
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Shawnee County Courthouse

Photos of the Shawnee County Courthouse in Topeka, Kansas. The Topeka courthouse was designed by Raymond A. Coolidge. The Shawnee County Courthouse was built in 1963.
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Stanton County Courthouse

Photos of the Stanton County Courthouse in Johnson, Kansas. The Johnson courthouse was designed by Smith And English. The Stanton County Courthouse, a brick Classical Revival structure, was built in 1927.
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Stevens County Courthouse

Photos of the Stevens County Courthouse in Hugoton, Kansas. The Hugoton courthouse was designed by Mann And Company. The Stevens County Courthouse was built in 1952.
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Sumner County Courthouse

Photos of the Sumner County Courthouse in Wellington, Kansas. Designed by Thomas W. Williamson and Victor H. Loebsack And Associates, the Wellington courthouse was built in 1952. The limestone Sumner County Courthouse, an Art Deco structure, is part of the Downtown Wellington Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Wabaunsee County Courthouse

Photos of the Wabaunsee County Courthouse in Alma, Kansas. Designed by W.E. Glover, the Alma courthouse was built in 1932. The Wabaunsee County Courthouse, an Art Deco structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Wallace County Courthouse

Photos of the Wallace County Courthouse in Sharon Springs, Kansas. The Sharon Springs courthouse was designed by W.E. Hulse And Company. The Wallace County Courthouse, a brick Classical Revival structure, was built in 1915.
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Wichita County Courthouse

Photos of the Wichita County Courthouse in Leoti, Kansas. The Leoti courthouse was designed by W.E. Hulse And Company. The Wichita County Courthouse, a brick Classical Revival structure, was built in 1916.
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Wilson County Courthouse

Photos of the Wilson County Courthouse in Fredonia, Kansas. The Fredonia courthouse was designed by Kene And Bradley Architects. The Wilson County Courthouse was built in 1961.
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Woodson County Courthouse

Photos of the Woodson County Courthouse in Yates Center, Kansas. Designed by George P. Washburn, the Yates Center courthouse was completed in 1900. The brick Woodson County Courthouse, a Romanesque Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Wyandotte County Courthouse

Photos of the Wyandotte County Courthouse in Kansas City, Kansas. Designed by Wight And Wight, the Kansas City courthouse was built in 1927. The Wyandotte County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.