Capitolshots Photography’s collection of images of the Pecos County Courthouse in Fort Stockton, Texas.

Designed by L.B. Westerman, the Fort Stockton courthouse was constructed in 1883.  The Pecos County Courthouse was substantially remodeled into its present Classical Revival form in 1912.

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Stock Images Of These Texas Courthouses Are Also Available:

Photos of the Nacogdoches County Courthouse in Nacogdoches, Texas. The Nacogdoches courthouse was designed by J.N. McCammon. The brick Nacogdoches County Courthouse, the fourth to serve the county, was built in 1958.

Photos of the Navarro County Courthouse in Corsicana, Texas. Designed by James E. Flanders, the Corsicana courthouse was completed in 1905. The Navarro 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 Newton County Courthouse in Newton, Texas. Completed in 2012 with funding from the Texas Historical Commission, the Newton courthouse is a recreation of the 1902 Second Empire courthouse which was destroyed by a fire in 2000. The Newton County Courthouse, the fourth to serve the county, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Nolan County Courthouse in Sweetwater, Texas. The Sweetwater courthouse was originally designed by Welch And Hampton. Built in 1977 as the county’s fourth courthouse, the Nolan County Courthouse was renovated by Wiginton Hooker Jeffry and rededicated in 2014.

Photos of the Nueces County Courthouse in Corpus Christi, Texas. The Corpus Christi courthouse was built in 1977. The Nueces County Courthouse was the product of a joint design by Smyth And Smyth, Kipp And Winston, Wisznia And Petersen, and Bennett, Martin And Solka.

Photos of the Ochiltree County Courthouse in Perryton, Texas. Designed by Mann And Co., the Perryton courthouse was built in 1928. The brick Ochiltree County Courthouse is the second to serve the county.

Photos of the Oldham County Courthouse in Vega, Texas. The brick Classical Revival courthouse, the second Oldham County Courthouse, was designed by O.G. Roquemore and built in 1915. A remodeling of the Vega courthouse in 1967 led to the removal of the original hipped roof.

Photos of the historic Oldham County Courthouse in Tascosa, Texas. The Tascosa courthouse served the county until a new courthouse was completed in Vega in 1915. Now on the grounds of Boys Ranch, the historic Oldham County Courthouse is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Orange County Courthouse in Orange, Texas. The Orange courthouse was designed by Charles Henry Page. The brick Orange County Courthouse, a Moderne structure, was built in 1937.

Photos of the Palo Pinto County Courthouse in Palo Pinto, Texas. Designed by Preston M. Geren, the Palo Pinto courthouse was completed in 1940. The sandstone Palo Pinto County Courthouse, a Texas Renaissance structure and the third courthouse to serve the county, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Panola County Courthouse in Carthage, Texas. The Carthage courthouse was designed by Preston M. Geren. The Panola County Courthouse was built in 1953.

Photos of the Parker County Courthouse in Weatherford, Texas. Designed by Dodson And Dudley, the Weatherford courthouse was completed in 1886. The limestone Second Empire courthouse, the county’s fourth, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark. The Parker County Courthouse was restored in 2003 and rededicated in 2005.

Photos of the Parmer County Courthouse in Farwell, Texas. The Farwell courthouse, a brick Texas Renaissance structure and the county's second courthouse, was designed by Risser And Townes. The Parmer County Courthouse, built in 1916, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Pecos County Courthouse in Fort Stockton, Texas. Designed by L.B. Westerman, the Fort Stockton courthouse was constructed in 1883. The Pecos County Courthouse was substantially remodeled into its present Classical Revival form in 1912.

Photos of the Polk County Courthouse in Livingston, Texas. Designed by McLelland And Fink, the Livingston courthouse was completed in 1924. The Polk County Courthouse, a Texas Renaissance structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Potter County Courthouse in Amarillo, Texas. Designed by W.C. Townes of Townes, Lightfoot And Funk, the Amarillo courthouse was completed in 1932. The stone Art Deco courthouse, the county’s third, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark. The Potter County Courthouse was restored and rededicated in 2012.

Photos of the Potter County Courts Building in Amarillo, Texas. Designed by Hucker And Parge and Ward-Brown Associates, the Amarillo courthouse was completed in 1986. The Potter County Courts Building stands across the street from the historic 1932 Potter County Courthouse.

Photos of the Presidio County Courthouse in Marfa, Texas. Designed by Alfred Giles, the Marfa courthouse was built in 1886. The Presidio County Courthouse, a Second Empire structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Rains County Courthouse in Emory, Texas. The Emory courthouse, designed by Andrew J. Bryan, was built in 1908. The Rains County Courthouse, a Texas Renaissance structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Randall County Courthouse in Canyon, Texas. Designed by R.G. Kirsch Co., the Canyon courthouse was completed in 1909. The brick Texas Renaissance courthouse, the county’s second, is a Texas Historic Landmark. Renovations to the exterior of the Randall County Courthouse, which included the restoration of the clock tower, were completed in 2010.

Photos of the Randall County Justice Center in Canyon, Texas. The Canyon courthouse was designed by Simes + Parge Architects. The Randall County courthouse was dedicated in 2006.

Photos of the Reagan County Courthouse in Big Lake, Texas. Designed by David S. Castle, the brick Big Lake courthouse, a Texas Renaissance structure, was built in 1927 after the county seat was relocated from Stiles to Big Lake. The ruins of the old Reagan County Courthouse still stand in the ghost town of Stiles.

Photos of the ruins of the historic Reagan County Courthouse in the ghost town of Stiles, Texas. Built in 1911 and designed by William Martin, the limestone structure served as the Reagan County Courthouse until the county seat was relocated to Big Lake after Stiles was bypassed by the railroad. The building, which is all that remains of Stiles, was largely destroyed by arson on Christmas Eve 1999. The historic Stiles courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Real County Courthouse in Leakey, Texas. Designed by H.A. Reuter, the Leakey courthouse was completed in 1918. The Real County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure, is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Red River County Courthouse in Clarksville, Texas. Designed by William H. Wilson, the Clarksville courthouse was completed in 1884. The Red River County Courthouse, which incorporates Second Empire and Renaissance Revival elements, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Reeves County Courthouse in Pecos, Texas. The Pecos courthouse was designed by Trost And Trost. The brick Reeves County Courthouse, with a mix of Classical Revival and Mediterranean styles, was built in 1937.

Photos of the Refugio County Courthouse in Refugio, Texas. Designed by Atlee B. Ayres and built in 1919, the Refugio courthouse, a brick Texas Renaissance structure and the county's fifth courthouse, was expanded in a 1950 redesign, with Irving H. Dunbar designing the expansion. The Refugio County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Roberts County Courthouse in Miami, Texas. Designed by E.G. Withers, the Miami courthouse was built in 1913. The brick Roberts 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 Robertson County Courthouse in Franklin, Texas. Designed by F.E. Ruffini, the Franklin courthouse was built in 1882 and was restored to its original state in the mid-2010s by KDW. The stone Robertson County Courthouse, a Second Empire 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 Rockwall County Courthouse in Rockwall, Texas. The Rockwall courthouse was designed by Brinkley Sargent Architects. The stone Rockwall County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure and the fifth courthouse to serve the county, was completed in 2011.

Photos of the historic Rockwall County Courthouse in Rockwall, Texas. Designed by Voelcker And Dixon, the Rockwall courthouse was completed in 1941. The historic Rockwall County Courthouse, a Moderne structure, was renovated by Phoenix I Restoration And Construction, Ltd. in 2002. The building continues to host county offices, though the county judicial system has relocated to another building.

Photos of the former Rockwall County Government Center in Rockwall, Texas. Rockwall County purchased the building in 1995 for use as a temporary courthouse. A new Rockwall County Courthouse was completed a couple of miles to the south on the frontage road of Interstate 30 in 2011.

Photos of the Runnels County Courthouse in Ballinger, Texas. Designed by Eugene T. Heiner, the Ballinger courthouse was completed in 1889. The Runnels County Courthouse, a Second Empire structure, was extensively renovated in 1941, leading to the removal of the tower and the Mansard roof. The building is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Rusk County Courthouse in Henderson, Texas. The Henderson courthouse was designed by Curtis And Thomas. The Rusk County Courthouse, a Texas Renaissance structure which incorporates some Moderne elements, was built in 1928.

Photos of the Sabine County Courthouse in Hemphill, Texas. Designed by Alonzo Newton Dawson, the Hemphill courthouse was completed in 1906 as a Beaux-Arts structure. A fire in 1909 partially destroyed the Sabine County Courthouse, and the clock tower was not rebuilt.

Photos of the San Augustine County Courthouse in San Augustine, Texas. Designed by Shirley Simons, the San Augustine courthouse was built in 1927. The San Augustine County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure and the third courthouse to serve the county, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the San Jacinto County Courthouse in Coldspring, Texas. Designed by Lane And Dabney, the Coldspring courthouse was completed in 1917. The San Jacinto County Courthouse, a brick Classical Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the San Patricio County Courthouse in Sinton, Texas. Designed by Henry T. Phelps, the Sinton courthouse was built in 1928. The San Patricio County Courthouse, a Texas Renaissance structure, is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the San Saba County Courthouse in San Saba, Texas. Designed by Walter Chamberlain And Co., the San Saba courthouse was completed in 1911. The brick and sandstone San Saba 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 Schleicher County Courthouse in Eldorado, Texas. Designed by Henry T. Phelps, the Eldorado courthouse was completed in 1924. The limestone Schleicher County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure and the county's second courthouse, is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Scurry County Courthouse in Snyder, Texas. The Snyder courthouse, the county's second, was built in 1911, designed by Lang And Witchell in a Texas Renaissance style. A 1950 remodeling led to the removal of the tower of the Scurry County Courthouse, and a much more severe remodeling in 1972, led by Joseph D. Hinton, resulted in the granite modern structure which stands today.

Photos of the Shackelford County Courthouse in Albany, Texas. Designed by James E. Flanders, the Albany courthouse, which combines Second Empire and Italianate elements, was completed in 1883. The Shackelford County Courthouse was rededicated in 2001 upon the completion of renovations. The structure is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Shelby County Courthouse in Center, Texas. The Center courthouse was originally built in 1980 as a bank. The architectural firm of Scott And Strong renovated the building in 1992 after the county purchased the building for conversion into a new Shelby County Courthouse.

Photos of the historic Shelby County Courthouse in Center, Texas. Built in 1885, architect John Joseph Emmett Gibson used the castles of his native Ireland as inspiration for the design of the Gothic Revival Center courthouse. Restored by The Williams Company in 1999, the historic Shelby County Courthouse, which now houses a museum, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Sherman County Courthouse in Stratford, Texas. Designed by Parker And Rittenberry, the Stratford courthouse was built in 1922. The brick Sherman County Courthouse, a Texas Renaissance structure, is the third to serve the county.

Photos of the Smith County Courthouse in Tyler, Texas. The Tyler courthouse was designed by Thomas Jameson And Merrell. The Smith County Courthouse was built in 1955.

Photos of the Somervell County Courthouse in Glen Rose, Texas. Designed by John Cormack and constructed in 1893, the limestone Glen Rose courthouse, a Romanesque Revival structure, was renovated in 1987. The Somervell County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Starr County Courthouse in Rio Grande City, Texas. The Rio Grande City courthouse was designed by Stanley Bliss. The Starr County Courthouse, a Moderne structure and the third courthouse to serve the county, was completed in 1939.

Photos of the Stephens County Courthouse in Breckenridge, Texas. Designed by David S. Castle, the Breckenridge courthouse was completed in 1926. The limestone Stephens 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 Sterling County Courthouse in Sterling City, Texas. The Sterling City courthouse was designed by David S. Castle. The brick Sterling County Courthouse, a Texas Renaissance structure, was built in 1938 as a WPA project.

Photos of the Stonewall County Courthouse in Aspermont, Texas. The Aspermont courthouse was designed by Mills-Davis. The brick Stonewall County Courthouse, the county’s fifth, was built in 1984.

Photos of the Sutton County Courthouse in Sonora, Texas. Designed by Oscar Ruffini, the Sonora courthouse was built in 1891. The limestone Second Empire structure is the only courthouse the county has ever had. Restored and rededicated in 2002, the Sutton County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Swisher County Courthouse in Tulia, Texas. Originally designed by E.G. Withers as a Renaissance Revival structure built in 1909, the Tulia courthouse was remodeled into its current form by Rittenberry And Rittenberry in 1962. The brick Swisher County Courthouse is the county's second.

Photos of the Tarrant County Courthouse in Fort Worth, Texas. Designed by Gunn And Curtis, the Fort Worth courthouse was completed in 1895. The Tarrant County Courthouse, a Renaissance Revival structure with walls of pink granite from the same quarry as those of the Texas State Capitol, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Tarrant County Civil Courts Building, officially the Tom Vandergriff Civil Courts Building, in Fort Worth, Texas. The Fort Worth courthouse was constructed between 2012 and 2015. The granite and brick Tarrant County courthouse was designed by HOK Architects.

Photos of the Tarrant County Criminal Justice Center, officially the Tim Curry Criminal Justice Center, in Fort Worth, Texas. The Fort Worth courthouse was built in 1990. The brick Tarrant County courthouse was designed by FRS Design Group.

Photos of the Taylor County Courthouse in Abilene, Texas. The Abilene courthouse was designed by Tittle, Luther, Loving, Lee. The Taylor County Courthouse opened in 1972.

Photos of the historic Taylor County Courthouse in Abilene, Texas. Designed by George L. Burnett, the Abilene courthouse was completed in 1915 and served as the county courthouse until the current courthouse was built across the street in 1972. The historic Taylor County Courthouse, a brick Classical Revival structure and the county’s third courthouse, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Terrell County Courthouse in Sanderson, Texas. The Sanderson courthouse was designed by Henry T. Phelps. The Terrell County Courthouse, a Spanish Colonial Revival structure, was built in 1906 and substantially remodeled in 1930.

Photos of the Terry County Courthouse in Brownfield, Texas. The Brownfield courthouse was designed by Peters And Haynes and built in 1925. The brick Terry County Courthouse, a Texas Renaissance structure and the county’s second courthouse, was expanded in 1951 by Carl H. Stautz.

Photos of the Throckmorton County Courthouse in Throckmorton, Texas as it nears the end of restoration in 2015. Designed by Martin, Byrnes And Johnston, the Throckmorton courthouse was built in 1890. The limestone Throckmorton 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. Renovations to the Throckmorton County Courthouse included installation of the cupola.

Photos of the Titus County Courthouse in Mount Pleasant, Texas. Constructed in 1895, the Mount Pleasant courthouse was remodeled in 1940 in a Moderne style and in 1962 in a more modern manner. In 1990, the firm of Eubanks-Harris remodeled the Titus County Courthouse yet again, restoring it to its 1940s Moderne appearance.

Photos of the Tom Green County Courthouse in San Angelo, Texas. Designed by Anton F. Korn, the San Angelo courthouse was constructed in 1928. The Tom Green County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Travis County Courthouse (officially the Heman Marion Sweatt Travis County Courthouse) in Austin, Texas. Completed in 1931, the Austin courthouse was designed by Page Brothers. The limestone Travis County Courthouse, a Moderne structure and the third courthouse to serve Travis County, was dedicated to Sweatt, the first Black student admitted to the University Of Texas School Of Law, in 2005.

Photos of the Trinity County Courthouse in Groveton, Texas. Designed by L.S. Green and Charles Henry Page And Brother, the Groveton courthouse was built in 1914. The Trinity County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Tyler County Courthouse in Woodville, Texas. Designed by Glover And Hodges, the Woodville courthouse was completed in 1892 as an Italianate structure. A WPA-financed remodeling in the late 1930s substantially altered its appearance. The Tyler County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Upshur County Courthouse in Gilmer, Texas. Designed by Elmer G. Withers, the Gilmer courthouse, a brick Moderne structure and the county's fifth courthouse, was constructed in 1933. The Upshur County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Upton County Courthouse in Rankin, Texas. The Rankin courthouse was designed by David S. Castle. The Upton County Courthouse, a brick structure, was constructed in 1926 and remodeled in 1950.

Photos of the Uvalde County Courthouse in Uvalde, Texas. Designed by Henry T. Phelps, the Uvalde courthouse was built in 1927. The brick Uvalde County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure, is a Texas Historic Landmark and is included in the Uvalde Downtown Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Val Verde County Courthouse in Del Rio, Texas. Designed by Larmour And Watkins, the Del Rio courthouse was built in 1887. The Second Empire structure was enlarged by Atlee B. Ayres in 1915. The Val Verde County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Van Zandt County Courthouse in Canton, Texas. The Canton courthouse opened in 1937 and was designed by Voelcker And Dixon. The Van Zandt County Courthouse, a Moderne structure and the fifth to serve the county, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Victoria County Courthouse in Victoria, Texas. Designed by Christopher Distefano And Associates, the Victoria courthouse was built in 1967. The Victoria County Courthouse, the county's third, is located next to the historic 1892 courthouse designed by J. Riely Gordon.

Photos of the historic Victoria County Courthouse in Victoria, Texas. Designed by J. Riely Gordon, the Victoria courthouse was built in 1892. The limestone Richardson Romanesque courthouse, the county's second, hosted the county's judicial functions until a more modern courthouse opened next door in 1967. The historic Victoria County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Walker County Courthouse in Huntsville, Texas. The Huntsville courthouse was designed by Joiner, Coburn And King. The Walker County Courthouse was built in 1970.

Photos of the Waller County Courthouse in Hempstead, Texas. The Hempstead County Courthouse was designed by Herbert Voelcker And Associates. The Waller County Courthouse, a brick and limestone structure and the county's third courthouse, was built in 1955.

Photos of the Ward County Courthouse in Monahans, Texas. The Monahans courthouse was designed by Townes And Funk. The Ward County Courthouse, a Moderne structure, was built in 1940.

Photos of the Washington County Courthouse in Brenham, Texas. Designed by Travis Broesche, the Brenham courthouse was built in 1939. The Washington County Courthouse, a limestone WPA Moderne 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 historic Webb County Courthouse in Laredo, Texas. Designed by Alfred Giles and built in 1909, the Renaissance Revival structure served as the Webb County Courthouse until a new structure was built two blocks away in the early 1990s. The Laredo courthouse, still serving Webb County, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Webb County Justice Center in Laredo, Texas. The Laredo courthouse was designed by James L. Humphries, Jr. The Webb County Justice Center, which serves as the Webb County courthouse, was constructed in 1992.

Photos of the Wharton County Courthouse in Wharton, Texas. Designed by Eugene T. Heiner and originally completed in 1889, the courthouse was restored back to its original design in 2006. The Wharton County Courthouse, a Texas Historic Landmark, is part of the Wharton County Courthouse Historic Commercial District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Wheeler County Courthouse in Wheeler, Texas. Designed by E.H. Eades, the Wheeler courthouse was completed in 1925. The brick Wheeler County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure and the county's third courthouse, was restored and rededicated in 2004 and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Wichita County Courthouse in Wichita Falls, Texas. Originally designed as a Classical Revival structure by Fields And Clarkson, the Wichita Falls courthouse was constructed in 1916. The Wichita County Courthouse underwent a substantial remodeling in the 1980s by Michael Koen, leading to the concrete and stone building which stands today.

Photos of the Wilbarger County Courthouse in Vernon, Texas. The Vernon courthouse was designed by Voelcker And Dixon. The Wilbarger County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure and the county's third courthouse, was built in 1928.

Photos of the Willacy County Courthouse in Raymondville, Texas. The Raymondville courthouse was designed by Henry T. Phelps. The Willacy County Courthouse, a brick Classical Revival structure built in 1922 as the county’s first courthouse, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Williamson County Courthouse in Georgetown, Texas. Designed by Charles H. Page And Bros. and completed in 1911, the brick Beaux-Arts courthouse, the county's fifth, underwent a remodeling in 1965 which resulted in the building losing much of its original elegance. In the late 2000s, the Georgetown courthouse was restored to its original appearance, including restoration of the original pediments. The Williamson County Courthouse, a Texas Historic Landmark, is part of the Williamson County Courthouse Historical District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photos of the Wilson County Courthouse in Floresville, Texas. Designed by Alfred Giles, the Floresville courthouse was built in 1884. The Wilson County Courthouse, an Italianate 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 Winkler County Courthouse in Kermit, Texas. Designed by David S. Castle, the Kermit courthouse was constructed in 1929. The brick Winkler County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure, is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Wise County Courthouse in Decatur, Texas. Designed by J. Riely Gordon, the Decatur courthouse was completed in 1896. The Wise County Courthouse, a Richardsonian Romanesque structure made of Texas pink granite, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Wood County Courthouse in Quitman, Texas. Designed by C.H. Leinbach, the Quitman courthouse was constructed in 1925. The brick Wood County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure, is a Texas Historic Landmark.

Photos of the Yoakum County Courthouse in Plains, Texas. The Plains courthouse was designed by Wyatt C. Hedrick. The brick Yoakum County Courthouse, a Moderne structure and the county's third courthouse, was built in 1949.

Photos of the historic Yoakum County Courthouse in Plains, Texas. Designed by The Butler Co., the brick Texas Renaissance courthouse, the county's second, was built in 1927 and served the county until a new Yoakum County Courthouse was erected immediately to the east in 1949. The historic Plains courthouse currently serves as a county museum.

Photos of the Young County Courthouse in Graham, Texas. The Graham courthouse was designed by Withers And Thompson. The Young County Courthouse, an Art Deco limestone and concrete structure, was constructed in 1932.

Photos of the Zapata County Courthouse in Zapata, Texas. The Zapata courthouse was designed by Morgan Spear Associates, Inc. The Zapata County Courthouse, the county’s fourth, was completed in 2005.

Photos of the Zavala County Courthouse in Crystal City, Texas. The Crystal City courthouse was designed by Gene P. Hobart. The Zavala County Courthouse was built in 1969.

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