Paulding County Courthouse


This image shows the side and front facades of the Paulding County Courthouse. The courthouse, completed in 1888, is a more modest interpretation of the Lenawee County Courthouse in Michigan, also designed by Edward O. Fallis. The building sits in the center of the public square and has a four-front style, in which each of the building’s sides has a similar facade. It is an example of the Richardsonian Romanesque architectural style

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