Maine Courthouses

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Androscoggin County Courthouse

Photos of the Androscoggin County Courthouse in Auburn, Maine. Designed by Gridley James Fox Bryant, the Auburn courthouse was completed in 1857 and enlarged in the 1910s. The Androscoggin County Courthouse, a Renaissance Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Kennebec County Courthouse

Photos of the Kennebec County Courthouse in Augusta, Maine. Designed by Robert C. Vose, the Augusta courthouse was completed in 1830. The Kennebec County Courthouse, a Greek Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Knox County Courthouse

Photos of the Knox County Courthouse in Rockland, Maine. Designed by Lewis P. Rogers, the Rockland courthouse was completed in 1875. The Knox County Courthouse, an Italianate structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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York County Courthouse

Photos of the York County Courthouse in Alfred, Maine. The Alfred courthouse, designed by William Parsons and John Holmes, was originally built in 1807 and was rebuilt in 1933 after a fire destroyed the older building. The York County Courthouse houses the oldest continuous court records in the United States, going back to 1636.