Iowa's Courthouses: Clinton County

Start page: Doors

close view of the clock tower, green colored from weathered copper
The central tower is constructed with copper, which weathered to a green color.
view of southeast corner. This photo shows the  rounded tower corners and porch with columns around the entrance.
Built using Romanesque style architecture.
The west side of the building has an entrance with balcony and arched entry, but no granite columns.
Built in 1892 by G.S. Mansfield; G.S. Laveille & C.A. Moses, contractors

Constructed using red sandstone and granite

Iowa Courthouses blog: Clinton County

Iowa's Courthouses
Civil War Memorials
Statue of Liberty replicas
Architectural styles
Construction materials
Photography links
"Everywhere" on Youtube
 lyrics with directions!

Join the Journey!
Courthouse Treasure Hunt
Credits & References
About the Traveler/Author

Clinton County Website

Iowa Judicial Branch: Clinton County Courthouse History
National  Register of Historical Places: Added in 1981
Clinton County and courthouse history: My Iowa Genealogy
Postcard images, including vintage views of 1892 courthouse:

Photos taken on October 4, 2008  around 4:30 p.m. Unfortunately, the ornate east entrance was in the afternoon shadow when these photos were taken.