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Audrain County Courthouse

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Built  1951 (1951)
Architect  Bonsack and Pearce
Built by  Epple Construction
Architectural style  Neo-Classical Revival
Audrain County Courthouse
Location  101 N. Jefferson St., Mexico, Missouri
Area  Less than 1 acre (0.40 ha)

Audrain County Courthouse, also known as Audrain County Memorial Courthouse, is a historic courthouse located at Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri. It was built in 1951, and is a three-story, cubic form, brick building with streamlined Classical Revival styling. The interior features a three story rotunda that is lined with balconies and lit by a large art glass skylight. Located on the property are the contributing flagpole (1951), a miniature replica of the Statue of Liberty (1959), a memorial water fountain (c. 1920s), and the headstone of a prominent early citizen (pre-1959).

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2012.


Audrain County Courthouse Wikipedia

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