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. The four-story Classical Revival brick and concrete courthouse, constructed in 1912-1913
Montague County Courthouse and Jail in Montague, Texas

Photograph by Susan Allen Kline, courtesy of Texas State Historic Preservation Office

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A broad, five-story courthouse set perpendicular to an 18-story office tower, both of which frame an open plaza at the southeastern corner of the property
U.S. Courthouse and Federal Office Building in Denver, Colorado

Photograph by S. Alan Higgins, courtesy of U.S. General Services Administration (GSA)

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Last updated: January 5, 2024