Iowa's Courthouses: Lee County

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View of the southeast corner. showing mostly the four columns on the portico. The flag is at half-mast.
North Lee County Courthouse at Fort Madison
Built in 1841 by Fr. Samuel Mazzuchelli

South Lee at Keokuk from northeast corner. Includes tall clocktower
South Lee County Courthouse in Keokuk
Built in 1889 as a Federal Courthouse & Post Office
South view of the courthouse. The four columns are in front of the two story brick structure
This building was designed using Greek Revival architecture.

North face along 7th street, text reads "South Lee County Courthouse"
Remodeled for use as the South Lee Courthouse
in 1992 by architects at The Design Partnership

Iowa Courthouses blog: North Lee County and  South Lee County

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Lee County Website

Iowa Judicial Branch: Lee County Courthouse History
National  Register of Historical Places: Added in 1976
Lee County and courthouse history: My Iowa Genealogy
Postcard images, including West Point (1841) and three Keokuk courthouses:

Fort Madison photos were taken on October 4, 2008 just before 9:00 a.m. This was our second stop on a tour of the southeast corner of Iowa.
Keokuk photos were taken March 20 near 9:30 a.m.