The 1909-12 Douglas County Courthouse is an outstanding example of the Renaissance Revival style. The courthouse is important in the career of architect John Latenser, St., as a mature and triumphant work that commenced the latter half of his practice. Decorative stonework, superbly executed, is plentiful on the building's exterior. The courthouse is a landmark in downtown Omaha.
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18. This is the Old Vanderburgh County Courthouse in Evansville, Indiana. Everything about the exterior of this courthouse makes it really hard to look away!
Present day GUERNSEY COUNTY COURTHOUSE --- Guernsey County was formed in 1810 and the county constructed its courthouse on Public Square in Cambridge. The courthouse was a Greek Revival style building with red brick facade. Two large double doors were located at the north and south ends and long rectangular windows with dark shutters lined the sides. A large spire stood eighty-seven feet tall with a cupola capped by a weathervane shaped like a fish. This courthouse lasted for seventy more…