Iowa's Courthouses: Humboldt County

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view of the courthouse from the southwest. Close view of the main entrance. Text "Humboldt County Court House" in dark raised text near the top of the building. Art deco details around the doors, windows, and light fixtures.
Wide view of the courthouse, partially occluded by trees. A war memorial and flagpole are in the courthouse lawn south of the building
P.W.A. era construction. Built in 1939
by Dougher, Rich and Woodburn
A view from the southeast - in the late afternoon shadows, the strong vertical lines become more prominent. Manicured hedges grace the front of the building
The three-story courthouse is constructed with gray brick and trimmed with Bedford stone.
Interior Photos of the Courthouse
Iowa Courthouses blog: Humboldt County
Iowa's Courthouses
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Humboldt County Website

Iowa Judicial Branch: Humboldt County Courthouse History
National Register of Historical Places: Added 2003. (Press release by State Historical Society of Iowa)
County and Courthouse history at My Iowa Genealogy
Postcard images, including views of 1873 courthouse:

Photos were taken August 31, 2008 around 6:00 p.m.  The front of the building faces south.