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Graham County Courthouse (Robbinsville, North Carolina)

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Built  1942 (1942)
Opened  1942
Architectural style  Neoclassical architecture
NRHP Reference #  07000883
Area  2,800 m²
Added to NRHP  28 August 2007
Graham County Courthouse (Robbinsville, North Carolina)
Location  12 N. Main St., Robbinsville, North Carolina

The Graham County Courthouse is located at 12 North Main Street in Robbinsville, the county seat of Graham County, North Carolina. The current courthouse is a Classical Revival structure designed by Barber and McMurry of Knoxville, Tennessee, and completed in 1942; it is the third courthouse to stand on the property. The T-shaped building is fashioned from stone reportedly gathered in the Mill Creek area about 2 miles (3.2 km) southeast of Robbinsville. The building occupies a prominent location in the center of Robbinsville; it is one of three North Carolina courthouses built with funds from the Depression-era Works Progress Administration.

The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2007.


Graham County Courthouse (Robbinsville, North Carolina) Wikipedia

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