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MARION COUNTY Marion County Courthouse in Jefferson County Seat: Jefferson Built: 1912 Style: Texas Renaissance Status: active courthouse
McLENNAN COUNTY McLennan County Courthouse in Waco County Seat: Waco Built: 1902 Style: Beaux-Arts Status: active courthouse Note: National Register of Historic Places One of the most beautiful Texas courthouses.
McMULLEN COUNTY McMullen County Courthouse in Tilden County Seat: Tilden Built: 1930 Style: Classical Revival Status: active courthouse View: Enlarge Note: No town square
MITCHELL COUNTY Mitchell County Courthouse in Colorado City County Seat: Colorado City Built: 1924 Style: Classical Revival Status: active courthouse
MONTAGUE COUNTY Montague County Courthouse in Montague County Seat: Montague Built: 1912 Style: Classical Revival Status: active courthouse View: Enlarge Note: Huge courthouse for a small town.
NAVARRO COUNTY Navarro County Courthouse in Corsicana County Seat: Corsicana Built: 1905 Style: Beaux Arts Classical Revival Status: active courthouse Note: This is the fifth courthouse for Corsicana constructed of red Burnet granite and gray brick with a clock dome. Corsicana does not have a town square like most county seats.
NUECES COUNTY County Seat: Corpus Christi Built: 1914 Style: Classical Revival Status: closed & vacant Note: New courthouse opened in 1977. This 1914 courthouse is being restored to its original grandeur after being vacant for years.
PALO PINTO COUNTY Palo Pinto County Courthouse in Palo Pinto County Seat: Palo Pinto Built: 1940 Style: Texas Renaissance Status: active courthouse
PARKER COUNTY Parker County Courthouse in Weatherford County Seat: Weatherford Built: 1886 Style: Second Empire Status: active courthouse Note: National Register of Historic Places The courthouse was completed in 1886 for $55,555. The exterior was restored in the early 1990s and restoration of the interior was done in 2003. The location of this courthouse is usual for being built in the middle of an intersection.
PECOS COUNTY Pecos County Courthouse in Fort Stockton County Seat: Fort Stockton Built: 1911 Style: Classical Revival Status: active courthouse
POTTER COUNTY Potter County Courthouse in Amarillo County Seat: Amarillo Built: 1932 Style: Art Deco View: Enlarge Status: New modern courthouse built across the street in 1986.
PRESIDIO COUNTY Presidio County Courthouse in Marfa County Seat: Marfa Built: 1886 Style: Second Empire Status: active courthouse Note: Second highest courthouse in Texas at 4685'.
RAINS COUNTY Rains County Courthouse in Emory County Seat: Emory Built: 1909 Style: Classical Revival Status: active courthouse View: Enlarge Note: This courthouse was constructed around the steel vault from the previous building which burned. Listed on National Register of Historic Places.
RANDAL COUNTY Randal County Courthouse in Canyon County Seat: Canyon Built: 1909 Style: Texas Renaissance Status: active courthouse View: Enlarge Note: Restored in 2010 removing 1968 attached addition.
REAGAN COUNTY Reagan County Courthouse in Big Lake County Seat: Big Lake Built: 1927 Style: Texas Renaissance Status: active courthouse Note: Courthouse of 1911 was at Stiles.
RED RIVER COUNTY Red River County Courthouse in Clarksville County Seat: Clarksville Built: 1884 Style: Renaissance Revival Status: active courthouse Note: Located a block from the downtown square. Restored.
REEVES COUNTY Reeves County Courthouse in Pecos County Seat: Pecos Built: 1937 Style: Classical Revival Status: active courthouse
ROBERTSON COUNTY Robertson County Courthouse in Franklin County Seat: Franklin Built: 1882 Style: Second Empire Status: active courthouse Note: National Register of Historic Places Remodeled in 1924. County seat moved from Calvert in 1879. The old courthouse building in Calvert is still standing.
ROCKWALL COUNTY Rockwall County Courthouse in Rockwell County Seat: Rockwell Built: 1940 Style: Art Deco (one of seven) Status: active courthouse Note: This courthouse was built by the Works Project Administration. Recently renovated. The first two of the four courthouses were destroyed by fire. The third was a beautiful sandstone courthouse but was condemned for crumbling mortar. A new courthouse was built near the Interstate Hwy.
RUNNEL COUNTY Runnel County Courthouse in Ballinger County Seat: Ballinger Built: 1889 Style: Second Empire Status: active courthouse
RUSK COUNTY Rusk County Courthouse in Henderson County Seat: Henderson Built: 1928 Style: Texas Renaissance Status: active courthouse

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