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Searcy Municipal Courthouse

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Area  less than one acre
MPS  White County MPS
Opened  1914
Built  1914 (1914)
NRHP Reference #  91001200
Added to NRHP  20 July 1992
Searcy Municipal Courthouse
Location  Jct. of Gum and Arch Sts., SW corner, Searcy, Arkansas
Architectural style  Renaissance, Italian Renaissance

The Searcy Municipal Courthouse, formerly the Searcy Post Office is a historic government building at Gum and Arch Streets in downtown Searcy, Arkansas. It is a two story brick building with Renaissance Revival styling. The central bays of its main facade are articulated by paneled Corinthian pilasters, with large two-story windows flanking a two-story entrance, all set in recessed segmented-arch openings. The shallow hipped roof has elongated eaves with large brackets. The building was designed by Oscar Wenderoth and built in 1914, and is the only high-style Renaissance Revival building in White County.

The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1992.

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Searcy Municipal Courthouse Wikipedia


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