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Buchanan County Courthouse (Missouri)

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Built  1873
NRHP Reference #  72001563 and 78003397
Architectural style  Renaissance
Buchanan County Courthouse (Missouri)
Location  Courthouse Sq., St. Joseph, Missouri
Architect  Meagher,P.F.; DeClue,John
Added to NRHP  August 21, 1972 (original) August 2, 1978 (decrease)

Buchanan County Courthouse is a historic courthouse located at St. Joseph, Missouri. It was built in 1873, and is a cruciform plan, Renaissance Revival-style brick building. It features pedimented porticos with Corinthian order columns and a glass and tin central dome.

It was first listed on the National Register of Historic Places as Buchanan County Courthouse and Jail in 1972. Its boundaries were decreased in an amendment in 1978 and the NRHP listing was renamed as "Buchanan County Courthouse", apparently excluding the jail.

References

Buchanan County Courthouse (Missouri) Wikipedia


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