Capitolshots Photography’s collection of images of the Bexar County Courthouse in San Antonio, Texas.

Designed by hometown architect J. Riely Gordon and constructed between 1891 and 1896, the Bexar County Courthouse, a Romanesque Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark. The San Antonio courthouse continues to host the civil courts of Bexar County, while the criminal courts have moved next door into the Cadena-Reeves Justice Center.

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Stock Images Of These Texas Courthouses Are Also Available:

Photos of the Anderson County Courthouse in Palestine, Texas. Designed by Charles Henry Page And Brother, the Palestine courthouse was completed in 1914. The Anderson County Courthouse, a brick Beaux-Arts structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Andrews County Courthouse in Andrews, Texas. The brick Andrews courthouse, a Moderne structure, was designed by W.T. Strange. The Andrews County Courthouse was constructed in 1939.

Photos of the Angelina County Courthouse in Lufkin, Texas. The Lufkin courthouse was designed by Wilbur Kent. The Angelina County Courthouse was constructed in 1955.

Photos of the former Aransas County Courthouse in Rockport, Texas. The Rockport courthouse was designed by Lynn A. Evans. The former Aransas County Courthouse, built in 1956, was destroyed by Hurricane Harvey and was demolished in 2018.

Photos of the Archer County Courthouse in Archer City, Texas. Designed by Alonzo Dawson and completed in 1892 in a Romanesque Revival style, the Archer City courthouse was substantially redesigned by Elmer G. Withers in 1926, with the clock tower being removed to allow for the addition of a third floor. The building was restored to its 1926 appearance and officially rededicated in 2005. The Archer County Courthouse, made of locally quarried brown sandstone, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Armstrong County Courthouse in Claude, Texas. The brick and stone Claude courthouse, a Texas Renaissance structure, is the county's second. The Armstrong County Courthouse was designed by Elmer G. Withers and built in 1912.

Photos of the Atascosa County Courthouse in Jourdanton, Texas. Designed by Henry T. Phelps and completed in 1912, the Jourdanton courthouse is the only surviving Mission Revival courthouse in Texas. The Atascosa County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of a replica of the first Atascosa County Courthouse in Jourdanton, Texas. The original log cabin courthouse was built in 1856 in Amphion, about nine miles to the northwest of Jourdanton, the current county seat. The replica, a Texas Historic Landmark, stands just to the south of the current Atascosa County Courthouse.

Photos of the Austin County Courthouse in Bellville, Texas. Designed by Wyatt C. Hedrick, the modern, granite and concrete courthouse is the fourth Austin County Courthouse. The Bellville courthouse was completed in 1961.

Photos of the Bailey County Courthouse in Muleshoe, Texas. The brick Classical Revival structure is the second Bailey County Courthouse. The Muleshoe courthouse was designed by M.C. Butler and built in 1925.

Photos of the Bandera County Courthouse in Bandera, Texas. Designed by B.F. Trester, the Bandera courthouse was completed in 1890. The Bandera County Courthouse, a Renaissance Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Bastrop County Courthouse in Bastrop, Texas. Designed by Jasper N. Preston and F.E. Ruffini and built in 1883, the Bastrop courthouse, the county's third, was plastered over in 1923. The Bastrop County Courthouse, a Renaissance Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Baylor County Courthouse in Seymour, Texas. The Seymour courthouse was designed by Pierce, Norris And Pace. The Baylor County Courthouse was built in 1968.

Photos of the Bee County Courthouse in Beeville, Texas. Designed by Stephenson And Heldenfelds, the Beeville courthouse was built in 1912. The brick Bee County Courthouse, a Beaux-Arts structure and the third courthouse for the county, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Bell County Courthouse in Belton, Texas. Designed by Jasper N. Preston, the Renaissance Revival courthouse, the county's third, was completed in 1884 and underwent extensive renovations in the late 1990s, which included the restoration of the clock tower to the top of the Belton courthouse. The Bell County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Bexar County Courthouse in San Antonio, Texas. Designed by hometown architect J. Riely Gordon and constructed between 1891 and 1896, the Bexar County Courthouse, a Romanesque Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark. The San Antonio courthouse continues to host the civil courts of Bexar County, while the criminal courts have moved next door into the Cadena-Reeves Justice Center.

Photos of the Bexar County Justice Center, officially the Cadena-Reeves Justice Center, in San Antonio, Texas. The San Antonio courthouse was designed by Ford, Powell And Carson, Inc., Joneskell Architects, Inc., and Saldana And Associates, Inc. and constructed in 1988. The Bexar County courthouse houses the county’s criminal courts.

Photos of the Blanco County Courthouse in Johnson City, Texas. Designed by Henry T. Phelps, the Classical Revival Johnson City courthouse was built in 1916 after an election moved the county seat from the town of Blanco, where the 1885 courthouse still stands, to Johnson City. The Blanco County Courthouse is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the historic Blanco County Courthouse in Blanco, Texas. Designed by F.E. Ruffini and built in 1885, the Second Empire structure served as the county courthouse for only a few years before an election led to the county seat being moved to Johnson City, a few miles to the north. The Blanco courthouse is a Texas Historic Landmark and is part of the Blanco Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Borden County Courthouse in Gail, Texas. The Gail courthouse was designed by David S. Castle. The brick Borden County Courthouse, a Moderne structure and the county’s second courthouse, was built in 1939.

Photos of the Bosque County Courthouse in Meridian, Texas. Designed by J.J. Kane and built in 1886, the limestone Romanesque Revival courthouse, the county's fourth, was altered in WPA-driven renovations in the 1930s which included the removal of the building's clock tower. Renovations in the 2000s led to the restoration of the Meridian courthouse to its original condition, including the restoration of the clock tower. The Bosque County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Bowie County Courthouse in New Boston, Texas. The New Boston courthouse was designed by Thomas And Emberton Associates. The Bowie County Courthouse was constructed in 1985.

Photos of the Brazoria County Courthouse in Angleton, Texas. The original Moderne Brazoria County Courthouse was designed by Wyatt Hedrick and constructed in 1940, while a modern addition to the Angleton courthouse was built in 1976.

Photos of the historic Brazoria County Courthouse, now the Brazoria County Historical Museum, in Angleton, Texas. Designed by Eugene T. Heiner and built in 1897, the Italian Renaissance structure served as the Brazoria County Courthouse until a newer courthouse opened just to the west in 1940. The former Angleton courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Brazos County Courthouse in Bryan, Texas. The Bryan courthouse was designed by Caudill, Rowlett And Scott. The Brazos County Courthouse was constructed in 1955.

Photos of the Brewster County Courthouse in Alpine, Texas. Constructed in 1887, the Alpine courthouse was designed by Tom Lovell. The Brewster County Courthouse, a brick Second Empire structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Briscoe County Courthouse in Silverton, Texas. The Silverton courthouse was designed by Smith And Townes. The brick Briscoe County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure and the county’s second courthouse, was built in 1922.

Photos of the Brooks County Courthouse in Falfurrias, Texas. Designed by Alfred Giles, the Falfurrias courthouse was completed in 1914 and rededicated in 2010 after restoration efforts funded by the Texas Historical Commission. The brick Brooks County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure and the only courthouse ever to serve Brooks County, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Brown County Courthouse in Brownwood, Texas. The Brownwood courthouse was designed by Henry T. Phelps. The brick Brown County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure, was constructed in 1917.

Photos of the Burleson County Courthouse in Caldwell, Texas. The Caldwell courthouse was designed by J.M. Glover and was built in 1927. The brick Burleson County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure, is the county's fourth.

Photos of the Burnet County Courthouse in Burnet, Texas. Designed by Lewis Milton Wirtz and completed in 1937, the WPA Moderne Burnet courthouse, the county's third, was constructed with the same pink granite used to build the Texas State Capitol. Restored in 2002, the Burnet County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Caldwell County Courthouse in Lockhart, Texas. Completed in 1894, the design of the limestone Second Empire courthouse, the county's third, has historically been attributed to Alfred Giles, but the Lockhart courthouse was in fact designed by Henry E.M. Guidon, who joined Giles' architectural firm after designing this courthouse and the virtually identical courthouse in Goliad County. The Caldwell County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Calhoun County Courthouse in Port Lavaca, Texas. Designed by Rusty And Martin, the Port Lavaca courthouse was built in 1959. The concrete, steel and aluminum Calhoun County Courthouse is the county's fourth, and the second to be built in Port Lavaca after the county seat was relocated from Indianola after Indianola was destroyed by hurricanes twice in 11 years (1875 and 1886).

Photos of the Callahan County Courthouse in Baird, Texas. The Baird courthouse was designed by Voelcker And Dixon and completed in 1929. The brick Callahan County Courthouse, a Texas Renaissance structure and the county’s fourth courthouse, is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Cameron County Courthouse in Brownsville, Texas. The Brownsville courthouse was designed by SHWC Inc. The Cameron County Courthouse, the third to serve the county, was completed in 1981.

Photos of the historic Cameron County Courthouse, now known as the Dancy Building, in Brownsville, Texas. Designed by Atlee B. Ayres and constructed in 1912, the Classical Revival structure served as the Cameron County Courthouse until a newer structure opened a few blocks away in 1981. Still used by the county government, the former Brownsville courthouse, rededicated in 2006 after a restoration effort, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the former Cameron County Courthouse, now Rio Grande Lodge No. 81, in Brownsville Texas. Built in 1882, the building served as the Cameron County Courthouse until a new building was constructed a block away in 1912. Now a Masonic Lodge, the former Brownsville courthouse is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Camp County Courthouse in Pittsburg, Texas. The Pittsburg courthouse was designed by Smith And Praeger and completed in 1928. The Camp County Courthouse, a brick Texas Renaissance structure, is a Texas Historic Landmark and is included in the Pittsburg Commercial Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Carson County Courthouse in Panhandle, Texas. The Panhandle courthouse was designed by J.C. Berry. The brick and concrete Moderne Carson County Courthouse, the county's third, was built in 1950.

Photos of the Cass County Courthouse in Linden, Texas, as seen before it was renovated in the early 2010s. Designed by Charles Ames, the Linden courthouse was completed in 1861. The Cass County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure and the only surviving antebellum courthouse in Texas, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Castro County Courthouse in Dimmitt, Texas. The Dimmitt courthouse was designed by Townes And Funk. The sandstone Castro County Courthouse, a Moderne structure and the county's third, opened in 1939.

Photos of the Chambers County Courthouse in Anahuac, Texas. The Anahuac courthouse was designed by Corneil G. Curtis and built in 1936. The Chambers County Courthouse, a WPA Moderne structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Cherokee County Courthouse in Rusk, Texas. The Rusk courthouse was designed by Gill And Bennett and constructed in 1941. The Cherokee County Courthouse, a WPA Moderne structure, is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Childress County Courthouse in Childress, Texas. The Childress courthouse was designed by Townes And Funk. The stone Childress County Courthouse, a Moderne structure and the county's third, was built in 1939.

Photos of the Clay County Courthouse in Henrietta, Texas. Designed by Wilson And Tozer and completed in 1884, the Italianate Henrietta courthouse has been substantially redesigned over the years, including the removal of a clock tower in favor of a dome. The brick and sandstone Clay County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Cochran County Courthouse in Morton, Texas. Originally built in 1926, the Morton courthouse was designed by W.R. Kaufman in a traditional Texas Renaissance manner. The brick Cochran County Courthouse, the only courthouse ever to serve the county, was remodeled and expanded in 1968 into its current modern configuration.

Photos of the Coke County Courthouse in Robert Lee, Texas. The brick Robert Lee courthouse was designed by Wyatt C. Hedrick and Harry Weaver. The Coke County Courthouse was built in 1956.

Photos of the Coleman County Courthouse in Coleman, Texas. Originally built in 1884 and designed by W.W. Dudley, the brick Coleman courthouse was completely remodeled in 1952 by Wyatt C. Hedrick.

Photos of the Collin County Courthouse in McKinney, Texas. The McKinney courthouse was designed by Pierce Goodwin Alexander And Linville. The Collin County Courthouse was dedicated in 2007 and was officially renamed the Russell A. Steindam Courts Building in 2017.

Photos of the historic Collin County Courthouse in McKinney, Texas. Constructed between 1874-76 and originally designed by Charles Wheelock in a Second Empire style, the building was remodeled in 1927 into a Classical Revival structure by Sparger And Peters. The building served as the Collin County Courthouse until a more modern building opened a few blocks to the south in the late 1970s. The former McKinney courthouse was converted into its current use as a performance arts center in 2005. The building is part of the McKinney Commercial Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the former Collin County Government Center in McKinney, Texas. Designed by Jarvis Putty Jarvis, Inc., the former McKinney courthouse was completed in 1979. The building served as the Collin County courthouse until a newer, larger courthouse was completed in 2007. The Collin County Government Center was demolished in 2010.

Photos of the Collingsworth County Courthouse in Wellington, Texas. Designed by Berry And Hatch, the stone Wellington courthouse incorporates Texas Renaissance and Art Deco elements. The Collingsworth County Courthouse, the county’s second courthouse, was built in 1931.

Photos of the Colorado County Courthouse in Columbus, Texas. Designed by Eugene T. Heiner, the Columbus courthouse was built in 1891. The Colorado County Courthouse, a Renaissance Revival structure and the county's fourth courthouse, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Comal County Courthouse in New Braunfels, Texas. Designed by J. Riely Gordon, the New Braunfels courthouse was built in 1898. The limestone Comal County Courthouse, a Romanesque Revival structure and the county's second courthouse, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Comanche County Courthouse in Comanche, Texas. The Comanche courthouse, the county’s fourth, was designed by Wyatt C. Hedrick. The limestone Comanche County Courthouse, a Moderne structure built as a WPA project, was constructed in 1939.

Photos of the log cabin structure, built in 1856, which served as the first Comanche County Courthouse. The courthouse was originally located in Cora, the first county seat. The county seat was relocated to Comanche in 1859, but the original courthouse, though modified over the years, was preserved. The building, a Texas Historic Landmark, currently stands adjacent to the current Comanche County Courthouse.

Photos of the Concho County Courthouse in Paint Rock, Texas. Designed by F.E. Ruffini, the Paint Rock courthouse was completed in 1886. The Concho County Courthouse, a Second Empire structure and the county’s second courthouse, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Cooke County Courthouse in Gainesville, Texas. Designed by Lang And Witchell, the Gainesville courthouse was completed in 1911. The Cooke County Courthouse, a Beaux-Arts structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Coryell County Courthouse in Gatesville, Texas. Designed by W.C. Dodson, the Gatesville courthouse, the third to serve the county, was completed in 1897. The Coryell County Courthouse, a Beaux-Arts structure with Romanesque Revival elements, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Cottle County Courthouse in Paducah, Texas. The Paducah courthouse was designed by Voelcker And Dixon. The brick Cottle County Courthouse, a Moderne structure and the county’s second courthouse, was built in 1930 and is a Texas Historic Landmark. The structure is part of the Cottle County Courthouse Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Crane County Courthouse in Crane, Texas. Built in 1948, the Crane courthouse was substantially remodeled in 1958 with the addition of a brick exterior. The Crane County Courthouse was designed by Groos, Clift And Ball.

Photos of the Crockett County Courthouse in Ozona, Texas. Designed by Oscar Ruffini, the Ozona courthouse was built in 1902. The limestone Crockett County Courthouse, a Second Empire courthouse and the county's second courthouse, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Crosby County Courthouse in Crosbyton, Texas. Designed by M.L. Waller, the Crosbyton courthouse was built in 1914. The brick Crosby County Courthouse, a Texas Renaissance structure and the county's third courthouse, is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Culberson County Courthouse in Van Horn, Texas. The Van Horn courthouse was designed by Pierce, Norris, Pace And Associates. The brick Culberson County Courthouse, the county’s second courthouse, was built in 1964.

Photos of the Dallam County Courthouse in Dalhart, Texas. Designed by Smith And Townes, the Dalhart courthouse was completed in 1923. The brick Dallam County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure and the county's third courthouse, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Dallas County Civil Courts Building, officially the George L. Allen, Sr. Courts Building, in Dallas, Texas. The Dallas courthouse, designed by Associated Architects And Engineers, was constructed between 1963 and 1965. The structure houses the civil courts of Dallas County.

Photos of the Dallas County Criminal Courts Building, officially the Frank Crowley Courts Building, in Dallas, Texas. The Dallas courthouse, designed by Coe Design Group, was built in 1985. The structure hosts the criminal courts of Dallas County.

Photos of the historic Dallas County Courthouse, now the Old Red Museum, in Dallas, Texas. The building served as the Dallas County Courthouse from its construction in 1892 until the opening of a more modern courthouse in 1966. Designed by architect Maximillian Anron Orlopp, the historic Dallas courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Extensive renovations led to the restoration of the building's clock tower in 2008. The original tower had been removed nearly a century earlier due to concerns about its structural integrity.

Photos of the historic Dallas County Criminal Courts Building, the former criminal courthouse for Dallas County, in Dallas, Texas. Designed by H.A. Overbeck and completed in 1915, the brick Dallas courthouse, with Renaissance Revival stylings, is part of the Dealey Plaza Historic District, which is a National Historic Landmark. Currently serving as the Dallas County Probate Court, it is also a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Dawson County Courthouse in Lamesa, Texas. The brick Lamesa courthouse was designed by Sanguinet And Staats and was built in 1916. The Dawson County Courthouse, a Texas Renaissance structure and the county’s second courthouse, was remodeled by Allen And Allen in 1952.

Photos of the Deaf Smith County Courthouse in Hereford, Texas. Designed by Chamberlin And Co., the marble Classical Revival Hereford courthouse, the second marble courthouse built in the United States, was constructed in 1910 as the county's second courthouse. The Deaf Smith County Courthouse is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Delta County Courthouse in Cooper, Texas. The Cooper courthouse was designed by Hook Smith. The Delta County Courthouse, a Moderne structure, was constructed in 1940.

Photos of the Denton County Courts Building in Denton, Texas. The Denton courthouse was designed by Phillips Swager Associates. The Denton County courthouse was built in 1998.

Photos of the historic Denton County Courthouse, now formally known as Denton County Courthouse-on-the-Square, in Denton, Texas. Designed by Wesley Clark Dodson and completed in 1896, the Denton courthouse incorporates both Second Empire and Romanesque Revival elements. Currently housing county offices and the Courthouse-On-The-Square Museum, the historic Denton County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the DeWitt County Courthouse in Cuero, Texas. Designed by A.O. Watson and Eugene T. Heiner, the Cuero courthouse was completed in 1897. The DeWitt County Courthouse, a Richardsonian Romanesque structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Dickens County Courthouse in Dickens, Texas. Designed by E.L. Aiken, the Dickens courthouse was built in 1893 as a Romanesque Revival structure but has been substantially remodeled over time. The stone Dickens County Courthouse, the only courthouse to have served the county, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Dimmit County Courthouse in Carrizo Springs, Texas. Originally designed by J.C. Breeding and constructed in 1884 as an Italianate structure, the Carrizo Springs courthouse was remodeled by Henry T. Phelps in 1926 into the Classical Revival structure which stands today. The Dimmit County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Donley County Courthouse in Clarendon, Texas. Designed by Bulger And Rapp and completed in 1891, the brick and limestone Romanesque Revival courthouse, the only courthouse ever to serve Donley County, was severely damaged by a tornado in the 1930s which led to a severe remodeling of the building. However, the Clarendon courthouse was rededicated in 2003 after restoration efforts funded by the Texas Historical Commission returned the building close to its original configuration, including the return of the third floor and tower. The Donley County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Duval County Courthouse in San Diego, Texas. The San Diego courthouse was designed by Sanguinet, Staats And Gottlieb. The Duval County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure and the second to serve the county, was built in 1916.

Photos of the Eastland County Courthouse in Eastland, Texas. The Eastland courthouse was designed by Lang And Witchell and completed in 1928. The Eastland County Courthouse, an Art Deco structure, is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Ector County Courthouse in Odessa, Texas. Though the Odessa courthouse was built in 1938, a remodeling by Peters And Fields in 1964 led to the Ector County Courthouse being completely surrounded by the newer, modern construction.

Photos of the Edwards County Courthouse in Rocksprings, Texas. Designed by Davey And Schott, the Rocksprings courthouse was built in 1891. The Edwards County Courthouse, a limestone Romanesque Revival structure and the county’s second courthouse, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the El Paso County Courthouse in El Paso, Texas. The El Paso courthouse was designed by Garland And Hilles and Fischer Cordova Partners. The El Paso County Courthouse, the seventh to serve the county (and the third located in the City of El Paso), was completed in 1991.

Photos of the Ellis County Courthouse in Waxahachie, Texas. Designed by J. Riely Gordon, the Waxahachie courthouse opened in 1896. The Ellis County Courthouse, a Richardsonian Romanesque structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Erath County Courthouse in Stephenville, Texas. The Stephenville courthouse was designed by J. Riely Gordon and constructed in 1892. The Erath County Courthouse, a limestone Romanesque Revival structure, was restored and rededicated in 2002. The courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Falls County Courthouse in Marlin, Texas. The Marlin courthouse was designed by Arthur E. Thomas and built in 1939. The Falls County Courthouse, a Moderne structure and the county's fifth courthouse, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Fannin County Courthouse in Bonham, Texas as it appeared before work began to restore it to its original design. Originally designed by Wesley Clark Dodson, the Bonham courthouse was constructed in 1889. The Fannin County Courthouse was remodeled into the modern style seen here in 1965. The restoration work returning the building to its original design finished in 2022.

Photos of the Fayette County Courthouse in La Grange, Texas. Designed by J. Riely Gordon, the La Grange courthouse was built in 1891. The stone Romanesque Revival courthouse, the county's fourth, was restored and rededicated in 2005. The Fayette County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Fisher County Courthouse in Roby, Texas. The Roby courthouse was designed by Lovett And Sellar And Associates. The brick Fisher County Courthouse, the county’s second, was completed in 1972.

Photos of the Floyd County Courthouse in Floydada, Texas. The Floydada courthouse was designed by Martin Stiles. The brick Floyd County Courthouse, the county’s third, was built in 1950.

Photos of the Foard County Courthouse in Crowell, Texas. Designed by Elmer G. Withers, the Crowell courthouse was completed in 1910. The brick and stone Texas Renaissance structure lost its clock tower as a result of a tornado in 1942. The Foard County Courthouse is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Fort Bend County Courthouse in Richmond, Texas. The brick Beaux-Arts Richmond courthouse, designed by C.H. Page And Brother and built in 1908, was the fourth for the county. A new county courthouse was completed in 2011. The Fort Bend County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Fort Bend County Justice Center in Richmond, Texas. The Richmond courthouse, the county's fifth, was designed by PGAL. The Fort Bend County courthouse was dedicated in 2011.

Photos of the Franklin County Courthouse in Mount Vernon, Texas. Designed by Leslie L. Thurmon, the Mount Vernon courthouse was completed in 1912. The Franklin County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Freestone County Courthouse in Fairfield, Texas. The Fairfield courthouse was designed by W.R. Kaufman. The Freestone County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure and the county’s fourth, was built in 1919.

Photos of the Frio County Courthouse in Pearsall, Texas. The Pearsall courthouse, the fourth to serve the county, was designed by Henry T. Phelps. Constructed in 1904, the brick Frio County Courthouse underwent exterior alterations in 1937 and 1950.

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