Capitolshots Photography’s collection of images of the Kimble County Courthouse in Junction, Texas.

Built in 1929, the Junction courthouse was designed by Henry T. Phelps. The Kimble County Courthouse, a Moderne brick structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

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Stock Images Of These Texas Courthouses Are Also Available:

Photos of the Gaines County Courthouse in Seminole, Texas. The Seminole courthouse was first built in 1922 and was designed by Sanguinet And Staats. The Gaines County Courthouse, the county’s second, was substantially remodeled into the present concrete and limestone structure in 1955 by Styles, Robert, Gee And Messersmith.

Photos of the Galveston County Justice Center in Galveston, Texas. The Galveston courthouse is the county's seventh courthouse. The Galveston County courthouse was designed by Bay Architects and built in 2006.

Photos of the former Galveston County Courthouse in Galveston, Texas. Designed by Raymond R. Rapp, Jr. and Ben J. Koten And Associates, the Galveston courthouse was constructed in 1966. A new Galveston County courthouse, the Galveston County Justice Center, was built in 2006.

Photos of the Garza County Courthouse in Post, Texas. Designed by Guy Carlander, the Post courthouse was built in 1923. The brick Garza County Courthouse, a Texas Renaissance 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 Gillespie County Courthouse in Fredericksburg, Texas. The Fredericksburg courthouse was designed by Edward Stein. The Gillespie County Courthouse, a brick Moderne structure, was built in 1939.

Photos of the historic Gillespie County Courthouse, now the Pioneer Memorial Library, in Fredericksburg, Texas. Designed by Alfred Giles, the former Fredericksburg courthouse was completed in 1882. The Italianate structure served as the Gillespie County Courthouse until a newer courthouse opened next door in 1939. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Glasscock County Courthouse in Garden City, Texas. Designed by Edward C. Hosford And Co., the Garden City courthouse was completed in 1910. The stone Glasscock County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the historic Glasscock County Courthouse And Jail in Garden City, Texas. Designed by L.T. Noyes and completed in 1894, court sessions were held on the first floor, while the jail was located on the second floor. After completion of a newer, adjacent Garden City Courthouse in 1910, the building was converted entirely into a jail. The building remained active as a jail until 1980. The historic Glasscock County Courthouse And Jail is a Texas Historic Landmark.

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

Photos of the Gonzales County Courthouse in Gonzales, Texas. Designed by J. Riely Gordon, the Gonzales courthouse was constructed in 1894. The Gonzales County Courthouse, a Romanesque Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Gray County Courthouse in Pampa, Texas. Designed by William R. Kaufman, the Pampa courthouse was completed in 1929. The brick and limestone Beaux-Arts courthouse, the county's second, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark. The Gray County Courthouse was restored and rededicated in 2003.

Photos of the Grayson County Justice Center in Sherman, Texas. The Sherman courthouse, designed by Page Southerland Page, was constructed in 1983 and is located just southwest of the 1936 Grayson County Courthouse, which continues to host county offices.

Photos of the historic Grayson County Courthouse in Sherman, Texas. Designed by Voelcker And Dixon, the Sherman courthouse was built in 1936. The historic Grayson County Courthouse, a Moderne structure, continues to host county offices, while the county's judicial functions have moved to the Grayson County Judicial Center just to the southwest.

Photos of the Gregg County Courthouse in Longview, Texas. Designed by Voelcker And Dixon, the Longview courthouse was constructed in 1932, with an annex added in 1982. The Gregg County Courthouse, an Art Deco structure, is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Grimes County Courthouse in Anderson, Texas. Designed by F.S. Glover, the Anderson courthouse was built in 1894. The Grimes County Courthouse, an Italianate structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Guadalupe County Courthouse in Seguin, Texas. The Seguin courthouse was designed by L.M. Wirtz. The limestone Guadalupe County Courthouse, a Moderne structure and the county's third courthouse, was built in 1935.

Photos of the Hale County Courthouse in Plainview, Texas. The Plainview courthouse was designed by H.A. Overbeck and was built in 1910. The brick Hale County Courthouse, a Texas Renaissance structure and the county’s third courthouse, is part of the Plainview Commercial Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Hall County Courthouse in Memphis, Texas. Designed by C.H. Page And Bro. Architects, the Memphis courthouse was built in 1923. The brick Hall County Courthouse, a Texas Renaissance 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 Hamilton County Courthouse in Hamilton, Texas. Built in 1886, the limestone courthouse, the county's third, was originally designed by Mason, Martin, Byrnes And Johnston as a Second Empire building. In 1931, the Hamilton courthouse was reshaped by E.M. Miles into a Classical Revival structure in a remodeling which included the removal of the clock tower. The building was rededicated in 2012 after restoration efforts, led by Komatsu Architecture, which included the reinstallation of a clock tower. The Hamilton County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Hansford County Courthouse in Spearman, Texas. Built in 1931, the Spearman courthouse, which incorporates Texas Renaissance and Moderne design, was designed by David S. Castle. The brick Hansford County Courthouse, the county's second, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Hardeman County Courthouse in Quanah, Texas. Designed by R.H. Stuckey, the Quanah courthouse was completed in 1908. The Beaux-Arts structure, built with brick atop a raised basement of Indiana limestone, is part of the Quanah Commercial Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Hardeman County Courthouse, the county’s third courthouse, is a Texas Historic Landmark.

A photo of the Hardin County Courthouse in Kountze, Texas. The Kountze courthouse was designed by Dickson, Dickson And Associates. The Hardin County Courthouse, the county’s fourth, was constructed in 1959. This photo © Capitolshots Photography/TwoFiftyFour Photos, LLC, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

Photos of the Harris County Courthouse in Houston, Texas. Designed by Land, Winchell And Barglebaugh and built in 1910, the granite and brick Beaux-Arts Houston courthouse, the county's fourth, was restored by and rededicated in 2011. The Harris County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Harris County Civil Courthouse in Houston, Texas. The Houston courthouse was designed by Pierce Goodwin Alexander And Linville. The Harris County courthouse opened in 2006.

Photos of the Harris County Criminal Justice Center in Houston, Texas. The Houston courthouse was designed by Pierce Goodwin Alexander And Linville. The Harris County courthouse was completed in 1999.

Photos of the Harrison County Courthouse in Marshall, Texas. The Marshall courthouse was designed by Turnbull Inc. The Harrison County Courthouse was built in 1964.

Photos of the Old Harrison County Courthouse in Marshall, Texas. Designed by J. Riely Gordon and C.G. Lancaster and completed in 1900, the Renaissance Revival structure served as the Harrison County Courthouse until a more modern structure opened just to the west in 1964. The Marshall courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Hartley County Courthouse in Channing, Texas. Designed by O.G. Roquemore, the Channing courthouse was built in 1906. The brick Hartley County Courthouse, a Beaux-Arts 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 Haskell County Courthouse in Haskell, Texas. Designed by Larmour And Watson, the Haskell courthouse was completed in 1906. The limestone Haskell County Courthouse, an Italian Renaissance structure and the county’s third courthouse, is a Texas Historic Landmark. A clock tower was removed during a renovation in 1931.

Photos of the Hays County Courthouse in San Marcos, Texas. Designed by Charles H. Page And Bros., the San Marcos courthouse was built in 1908. The brick Beaux-Arts courthouse, the county's fourth, is virtually identical to the courthouse in Fort Bend County, Texas, also designed by Page. The Hays County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Hemphill County Courthouse in Canadian, Texas. The Canadian courthouse was designed by R.G. Kirsch Co. and was built in 1909. The brick Hemphill County Courthouse, the county’s second, was renovated in the early 2010s.

Photos of the Henderson County Courthouse in Athens, Texas. Designed by Leslie L. Thurmon, the Athens courthouse was completed in 1913. The Henderson County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure, is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Hidalgo County Courthouse in Edinburg, Texas. The Edinburg courthouse was designed by R. Newell Waters. The Hidalgo County Courthouse, the third to serve the county, was built in 1954.

Photos of the Hill County Courthouse in Hillsboro, Texas. The original structure, designed by W.C. Dodson, opened in 1890 and was destroyed by fire on New Years Day 1993. The Hillsboro courthouse was rebuilt faithfully to restore its original appearance, and the new Hill County Courthouse opened to the public in 1999. The Second Empire structure is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Hockley County Courthouse in Levelland, Texas. The Levelland courthouse was designed by The Butler Co. The Hockley County Courthouse, a stone Classical Revival structure and the county's second courthouse, was built in 1928.

Photos of the Hood County Courthouse in Granbury, Texas. Designed by W.C. Dodson and built in 1890, the Granbury courthouse continues to host county offices, though most judicial functions have been relocated a few blocks to the west to the Hood County Justice Center, which was completed in 2006. The limestone Hood County Courthouse, a Second Empire structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Hood County Justice Center in Granbury, Texas. The Granbury courthouse was completed in 2006. The Hood County Justice Center, designed by Callahan And Freeman Architects, provides Hood County six times the floor space than provided by the historic Hood County Courthouse a few blocks away.

Photos of the Hopkins County Courthouse in Sulphur Springs, Texas. Designed by J. Riely Gordon, the Sulphur Springs courthouse was constructed in 1894. The Hopkins County Courthouse, a Romanesque Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Houston County Courthouse in Crockett, Texas. Designed by Blum E. Hester, the Crockett Courthouse was constructed in 1939. The Houston County Courthouse, a Moderne structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Howard County Courthouse in Big Spring, Texas. The Big Spring courthouse was designed by Puckett And French. The brick Howard County Courthouse was built in 1953.

Photos of the Hudspeth County Courthouse in Sierra Blanca, Texas. Designed by Buetell And Hardie and completed in 1920, the Sierra Blanca courthouse, the only adobe courthouse and the only Spanish Colonial Revival county courthouse in Texas, was rededicated in 2004 after having been restored to its 1920s condition. The Hudspeth County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Hunt County Courthouse in Greenville, Texas. Designed by Charles Henry Page And Brother, the Greenville courthouse was built in 1929. The brick Hunt County Courthouse, which incorporates Moderne and Classical Revival elements, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Hutchinson County Courthouse in Stinnett, Texas. Designed by William C. Townes, the Stinnett courthouse was built in 1927. The brick Hutchinson County Courthouse, a Texas Renaissance 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 Irion County Courthouse in Mertzon, Texas. The Mertzon courthouse was built by David S. Castle. The Irion County Courthouse, a brick Moderne structure, was built in 1937 as the county seat was being relocated from Sherwood to Mertzon.

Photos of the historic and long-abandoned Irion County Courthouse in Sherwood, Texas. Designed by Martin And Moodie and built in 1901, the limestone Second Empire structure served as the Irion County Courthouse until the county seat was relocated to Mertzon in the late 1930s. The Sherwood courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Jack County Courthouse in Jacksboro, Texas. Designed by Voelcker And Dixon, the Jacksboro courthouse was constructed in 1940. The Jack County Courthouse, a Moderne structure built of limestone and the fourth courthouse to serve the county, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark. The Jack County Courthouse was renovated in the early 2010s.

Photos of the Jackson County Courthouse in Edna, Texas. The Edna courthouse was designed by F. Perry Johnson. The brick and stone Jackson County Courthouse, the county's third, was built in 1954.

Photos of the Jasper County Courthouse in Jasper, Texas. Designed by Eugene T. Heiner and built in 1889 as a Renaissance Revival structure, the Jasper courthouse has been remodeled into a Classical Revival building. The Jasper County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Jeff Davis County Courthouse in Fort Davis, Texas. Designed by L.L. Thurmon And Co., the Fort Davis courthouse was built in 1910. The Jeff Davis County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Jefferson County Courthouse in Beaumont, Texas. Designed by Fred C. Stone and A. Babin, the Beaumont courthouse was constructed in 1932. The Jefferson County Courthouse, a Moderne structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Jim Hogg County Courthouse in Hebbronville, Texas. The Hebbronville courthouse was built in 1913. Designed by Henry T. Phelps as a Texas Renaissance structure, the Jim Hogg County Courthouse was later remodeled to incorporate Classical Revival elements.

Photos of the Jim Wells County Courthouse in Alice, Texas. Designed by Atlee B. Ayers, the Alice courthouse was built in 1912. The Jim Wells County Courthouse, a Texas Renaissance structure, is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the historic Johnson County Courthouse in Cleburne, Texas. Designed by Lang And Witchell, the Cleburne courthouse, a brick Texas Renaissance structure, opened in 1913 as the county’s fourth courthouse. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark. The Johnson County Courthouse underwent extensive renovations in the 2000s as Johnson County moved its judicial functions to the Guinn Justice Center a couple of blocks to the west.

Photos of the Johnson County Justice Center (officially the Guinn Justice Center) in Cleburne, Texas. Originally built as Cleburne High School in 1918, the brick structure was converted by architect Alan McGee into a new Johnson County courthouse, the county’s fifth. Renovation was completed on the Cleburne courthouse in 2004.

Photos of the Jones County Courthouse in Anson, Texas. Designed by Elmer G. Withers, the Anson courthouse, the county’s second courthouse, was completed in 1911. The Jones County Courthouse, a Beaux-Arts structure built with Pecos red sandstone and brick, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Karnes County Courthouse in Karnes City, Texas. Designed by John Cormack, the Karnes City courthouse was built in 1894. The Karnes County Courthouse, a Romanesque 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 Kaufman County Courthouse in Kaufman, Texas. The Kaufman courthouse was designed by A. Warren Morey And McGill. The Kaufman County Courthouse was constructed in 1956.

Photos of the Kendall County Courthouse in Boerne, Texas. The Boerne courthouse was designed by Rehler Vaughn And Koone, Inc. The modern structure was built in 1998, across the street from the historic 1870 Kendall County Courthouse.

Photos of the historic Kendall County Courthouse in Boerne, Texas. The Boerne courthouse was designed by Philip Zoeller and S.F. Stendeback and built in 1870. Charles Buckel designed the second floor, which was added in 1886, and Alfred Giles designed the facade in 1910. The Italianate structure, which was the second oldest active courthouse in Texas until a newer Kendall County Courthouse across the street replaced it in 1998, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Kenedy County Courthouse in Sarita, Texas. Designed by Henry T. Phelps, the Sarita courthouse was completed in 1917, originally to serve as the Willacy County Courthouse. After Kenedy County was created in 1921, the brick Texas Renaissance structure became the courthouse for the newly-created county. The Kenedy County Courthouse, the only courthouse to serve Kenedy County, was restored in 2010 by Lord Aeck Sargent.

Photos of the Kent County Courthouse in Jayton, Texas. The Jayton courthouse was designed by Wyatt Hedrick. The concrete and brick Kent County Courthouse, the county’s second, was built in 1957 after the county seat relocated from Clairemont to Jayton.

Photos of the historic Kent County Courthouse in Clairemont, Texas. The Clairemont courthouse was designed by Martin, Byrnes And Johnston and was built in 1893 as a two-story Italianate structure. The county seat moved to Jayton in the 1950s. The historic Kent County Courthouse, a sandstone structure and the first courthouse for Kent County, now serves as a community center.

Photos of the Kerr County Courthouse in Kerrville, Texas. The Kerrville courthouse was designed by Adams And Adams. The Kerr County Courthouse, a Beaux-Arts structure, opened in 1926.

Photos of the Kimble County Courthouse in Junction, Texas. Built in 1929, the Junction courthouse was designed by Henry T. Phelps. The Kimble County Courthouse, a Moderne brick structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the King County Courthouse in Guthrie, Texas. The Guthrie courthouse was designed by T. Renfro. The brick King County Courthouse, the county’s third, was built in 1982. It stands next to the historic 1914 King County Courthouse.

Photos of the historic King County Courthouse in Guthrie, Texas. The Guthrie courthouse was designed by Ernest E. Churchill. The structure, the county’s second courthouse, was built in 1914 and served as the county courthouse until a new courthouse was built next door in 1982. The historic King County Courthouse is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Kinney County Courthouse in Brackettville, Texas. Designed by L.L. Thurmon And Co., the Brackettville courthouse was completed in 1911. The Kinney County Courthouse, a Beaux-Arts structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Kleberg County Courthouse in Kingsville, Texas. The Kingsville courthouse was designed by Atlee B. Ayres. The Kleberg County Courthouse, a Texas Renaissance structure built in 1914, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Knox County Courthouse in Benjamin, Texas. The Benjamin courthouse was designed by Voelcker And Dixon and built in 1935. The Knox County Courthouse, a Moderne structure and the county’s third courthouse, is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the La Salle County Courthouse in Cotulla, Texas. Designed by Henry T. Phelps, the Cotulla courthouse was built in 1931 and rededicated in 2013 after restoration efforts funded by the Texas Historical Commission. The brick La Salle County Courthouse, a Moderne structure and the fourth courthouse to serve La Salle County, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Lamar County Courthouse in Paris, Texas. Designed by Sanguinet And Staats, the Paris courthouse was completed in 1917. The Lamar County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure which incorporates Romanesque features, was constructed of granite from the same quarries as the granite used for the State Capitol. The Lamar County Courthouse is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Lamb County Courthouse in Littlefield, Texas. The Littlefield courthouse, the county's third, was designed by Atcheson And Atcheson. The Lamb County Courthouse was built in 1955.

Photos of the Lampasas County Courthouse in Lampasas, Texas. Designed by W.C. Dodson, this limestone building incorporates both Second Empire and Italianate styles and was completed in 1883. The Lampasas County Courthouse, the second to serve the county, was rededicated in 2004 after extensive renovations. The Lampasas courthouse is a Texas Historic Landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Lavaca County Courthouse in Hallettsville, Texas. Designed by Eugene T. Heiner, the Hallettsville courthouse was completed in 1899. The Lavaca County Courthouse, a Richardsonian Romanesque 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 Lee County Courthouse in Giddings, Texas. Designed by J. Riely Gordon, the Giddings courthouse was built in 1897. The Lee County Courthouse, a brick Richardsonian Romanesque 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 Leon County Courthouse in Centerville, Texas. Designed by William Johnson, the Centerville courthouse was built in 1887. The Leon County Courthouse, a Renaissance 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 Liberty County Courthouse in Liberty, Texas. Designed by Corneil G. Curtis and A.E. Thomas, the Liberty courthouse was completed in 1931. The Liberty County Courthouse, a Moderne structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Limestone County Courthouse in Groesbeck, Texas. Designed by R.H. Stuckey, the Groesbeck courthouse was built in 1924. The brick Limestone County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure and the county's fifth courthouse, is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Lipscomb County Courthouse in Lipscomb, Texas. Designed by William M. Rice, the Lipscomb courthouse was completed in 1917. The brick Lipscomb County Courthouse, a Classical 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 Live Oak County Courthouse in George West, Texas. The George West courthouse was designed by Alfred Giles. The Live Oak County Courthouse, a Texas Renaissance structure and the third courthouse to serve the county, was built in 1919.

Photos of the Llano County Courthouse in Llano, Texas. Designed by A.O. Watson and Jacob L. Larmour, the Llano courthouse was built in 1892. The brick Llano County Courthouse, a Romanesque 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 Loving County Courthouse in Mentone, Texas. Loving County is the least populous county in the United States, with a population of 64 (as of the 2020 census) left to fill the county's 677 square miles. The Mentone courthouse, a brick structure designed by Evan J. Wood, is the second to serve the county. The Loving County Courthouse, built in 1935, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Lubbock County Courthouse in Lubbock, Texas. The Lubbock courthouse was designed by Haynes And Kirby. The limestone and granite Lubbock County Courthouse, the county's third, was built in 1950.

Photos of the Lynn County Courthouse in Tahoka, Texas. Designed by William M. Rice, the Tahoka courthouse was completed in 1916. The brick Lynn County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure and the second courthouse to serve the county, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Madison County Courthouse in Madisonville, Texas. The Madisonville courthouse was designed by Dickson, Dickson, Buckley And Bullock. The Madison County Courthouse was built in 1969.

Photos of the Marion County Courthouse in Jefferson, Texas. Designed by Elmer George, the Jefferson courthouse was completed in 1912. The Marion County Courthouse, a Texas Renaissance structure and a Texas Historic Landmark, is part of the Jefferson Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Martin County Courthouse in Stanton, Texas. The Stanton courthouse was designed by Riherd And Huckabee. The Martin County Courthouse was built in 1975.

Photos of the Mason County Courthouse in Mason, Texas. Designed by E.H. Hosford And Co., the Mason courthouse was built in 1909. The granite Mason County Courthouse, a Beaux-Arts structure and the county's third courthouse, was nearly destroyed by arson in 2021 and is currently being rebuilt. It is a Texas Historic Landmark and is included in the Mason Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Matagorda County Courthouse in Bay City, Texas. The Bay City courthouse was designed by Rusty, Martin And Vale. The Matagorda County Courthouse was built in 1965.

Photos of the historic Maverick County Courthouse in Eagle Pass, Texas. Designed by Wahrenberger And Beckman and built in 1885, the Romanesque Revival structure served as the Maverick County Courthouse until a newer structure opened a block away in 1979. Restored and rededicated in 2005, the historic Eagle Pass courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the McCulloch County Courthouse in Brady, Texas. Designed by Martin And Moodie, the Brady courthouse was built in 1899. The sandstone McCulloch County Courthouse, a Richardsonian Romanesque 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 McLennan County Courthouse in Waco, Texas. The Waco courthouse was designed by J. Riely Gordon. The limestone and granite Beaux-Arts structure, the county's fourth courthouse, was completed in 1902. The McLennan County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the McMullen County Courthouse in Tilden, Texas. The Tilden courthouse was designed by W.C. Stephenson. The brick McMullen County Courthouse, the county’s second, was built in 1930.

Photos of the Medina County Courthouse in Hondo, Texas. Designed by Martin, Byrnes And Johnston and completed in 1893, the Hondo courthouse was originally an Italianate structure but has been altered over the years. The Medina County Courthouse is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Menard County Courthouse in Menard, Texas. Designed by Withers And Thompson, the Menard courthouse was completed in 1931. The Menard County Courthouse, a Moderne structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Midland County Courthouse in Midland, Texas. The Midland courthouse was built in 1982. The building was known as the Texaco Building until Midland County purchased it and converted it into its courthouse, occupying it in 2010. The remodeling into the Midland County Courthouse was performed by Parkhill, Smith And Cooper.

Photos of the former Midland County Courthouse in Midland, Texas. Originally built in 1930 and designed by Voelcker And Dixon as an Art Deco structure, the Midland courthouse was completely remodeled into a modern building by Dixon And Staley and rededicated in 1974. The building served as the Midland County Courthouse until 2010.

Photos of the Milam County Courthouse in Cameron, Texas. Designed by Jacob L. Larmour and A.O. Watson, the limestone Renaissance Revival courthouse, the county's sixth, was built in 1892. The Cameron courthouse was significantly remodeled in the 1930s, with the original clock tower being removed. The building was restored to its original grandeur, including a reinstallation of a clock tower, and was rededicated in 2002. The Milam County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Mills County Courthouse in Goldthwaite, Texas. Designed by Henry T. Phelps, the Goldthwaite courthouse was completed in 1913 and rededicated in 2011 after restoration efforts funded by the Texas Historical Commission. The brick Mills County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure and the second courthouse to serve Mills County, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Mitchell County Courthouse in Colorado City, Texas. The brick Classical Revival Colorado City courthouse was designed by David Castle. The Mitchell County Courthouse was constructed in 1924.

Photos of the Montague County Courthouse in Montague, Texas. Designed by George L. Burnett, the Montague courthouse was constructed in 1912. The Classical Revival structure originally had an impressive clock tower, which was removed after sustaining damage in a 1941 wind storm. Renovated in 1986 by Conrad Staley And Associates, the Montague County Courthouse is a Texas Historic Landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Montgomery County Courthouse in Conroe, Texas. Built in 1936, the Conroe courthouse was originally designed by Joseph Finger, Inc. as a Moderne structure. The Montgomery County Courthouse, the county's fifth, was partially enveloped by a modern remodeling in 1965.

Photos of the Moore County Courthouse in Dumas, Texas. Designed by Berry And Hatch, the Dumas courthouse was built in 1930. The brick Moore County Courthouse, a Moderne structure and the second courthouse to serve the county, is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Morris County Courthouse in Daingerfield, Texas. The Daingerfield courthouse was designed by Pierce, Pace And Associates. The Morris County Courthouse was built in 1973.

Photos of the historic Morris County Courthouse in Daingerfield, Texas. Designed by Peterson And Stuckey and built in 1882, the former Daingerfield courthouse served as the county courthouse until a newer structure was built in 1973. The historic Morris County Courthouse, which currently hosts law offices, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Motley County Courthouse in Matador, Texas. The Matador courthouse was designed by Wyatt Hedrick. The brick Motley County Courthouse, the county’s third, was built in 1948.

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