Iowa's Courthouses: Plymouth County

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North view of the courthouse. Tall pillars stretch from the top of the stairs to the roof Northwest corner of the courthouse. A flagpole is in the foreground
Photo from the northwest corner of the square. A large sign "Plymouth County Courthouse" is in the foreground
Built in 1902 by Kinney & Detweiler; Emil Miller
A closer view of the entrance, showing the pillars around the entrance aat a different angle
This courthouse was built using Renaissance style architecture

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Plymouth County Website

Iowa Judicial Branch: Plymouth County Courthouse History
National  Register of Historical Places: Added in 1981
Plymouth County and courthouse history: My Iowa Genealogy
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These photos were taken September 13, 2008 at 3:00 p.m. This was our ninth courthouse of the day, with five more to go! We had rain and overcast skies in the morning, but by afternoon the clouds allowed some blue sky to peak through.