Iowa's Courthouses: Page County

Start page: Doors

View of the courthouse from the southwest corner, including memorials on the courthouse lawn, the entrance, and the clocktower.
Courthouse design used Italianate architecture
View from the southeast. Shows the dimensions of the entrance wing, stone entrance pillars and porch, and clocktower
South entrance, with steps, stone pillars and stone arch leading to the door.
Built 1885 by Foster & Liebbe
View of the courthouse from the southwest. A civil war monument is in the foreground with a soldier at parade rest.
Photos of courthouse interior

Iowa Courthouses blog: Page County
Iowa's Courthouses
Civil War Memorials
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Page County Website

Chamber of Commerce: Clarinda, Iowa

Iowa Judicial Branch: Page County Courthouse History
National  Register of Historical Places: Added in 1981
Page County and courthouse history: My Iowa Genealogy
Postcard images, including views of original tower, with tower removed, and after restoration:

Information on Civil War Memorials: Iowa Civil War Memorials; White Bronze Monuments; Civil War Monuments of Connecticut and Smithsonian Museum Conservation Institute

Photos were taken September 28, near 1:30 in the afternoon. This was our fourth county on a trip to complete the counties in the southwest corner. Although the day began with heavy fog, by afternoon we had a beautiful day!