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Ward R. Burke United States Courthouse
Photograph of United States Courthouse from the south.
[Courthouse Entrance]
Photograph of an entrance to the Red River County courthouse, including the clock tower on top of the building, in Clarksville, Texas.
[Side of Building]
Photograph of the corner of a red brick building, with a sign reading "Back In Time Coca-Cola" above the first floor windows. There are traffic posts at the corner, and buildings are visible in the background.
[Stores in Paris, Texas]
Photograph of several stores, including a jewelry store and an antique mall, on the square in Paris, Texas. A man stands on the sidewalk to the left, waiting to cross the street.
[Stores on Fountain Square]
Photograph of the Paris Community Theater, the First National Bank building, William's Sporting Goods, and Saffle's Antiques at 1st Street and Lamar in Paris, Texas.
[Stores in Paris, Texas]
Photograph of buildings on both sides of a street in Paris, Texas. Cars are visible in the background.
[Stores in Paris, Texas]
Photograph of the Paris Community Theatre and an antique mall in Paris, Texas. Street signs in the foreground mark the intersection of S. Main Street and Clarksville Street, and a truck is parked on the far right.
[Street Signs in Paris, Texas]
Photograph of historic downtown street signs for the intersection at East Houston and 1st NE streets in Paris, Texas. Trees and buildings are visible in the background.
Recent Fire in Downtown Paris, Texas
Photograph of fire damage to a building on the west side of the 200 block of South Main Street, in downtown Paris, Texas. In the foreground, there is a stack of bricks salvaged from the fire that were cleaned and piled.
[Red Brick Building]
Photograph of two cars parked next to a red brick building in Paris, Texas. A red sign on a building in the background reads: "Reep's Furniture Warehouse".
[Welcome Mat on Floor]
Photograph of a brown welcome mat on a tile floor in a building in Paris, Texas.
[Street Signs in Paris, Texas]
Photograph of street signs at the corner of 1st Northwest and West Houston Streets in the historical downtown district of Paris, Texas. A one-way sign is visible under it. Two busts of old men are visible in the background, and there is a tree to the right.
[Window Art]
Photograph of art painted on the windows of a building in Paris, Texas, including paintings of a Diet Coke bottle, a Sprite bottle, and a Coke bottle. The Coca-Cola logo is painted on the window to the far right.
W. V. Wall Building
Photograph of the 1916 V. W. Wall building, located one block east of the Plaza Square on Clarksville Street in downtown Paris, Texas. The store has a glass front with dark metal and a canvas awning which are modern although the canopy hangers are historic. The top of the building is the original brick with a white limestone face block at the base including a commemorative date medallion at the top of the building.
[Tall Red Brick Building in Paris, Texas]
Photograph of a tall red brick building in Paris, Texas. Cars are parked on the left side of the road, and several others drive down the road. Other buildings are visible to the left, and one has a advertisement for Harold Hodges Insurance painted on the side.
[Street Signs in Paris, Texas]
Photograph of street signs at the corner of 1st Southwest and Kaufman Streets in downtown Paris, Texas. The building in the background shows recent fire damage.
[Wall Detail]
Photograph of the detail of a carving on the inside wall of a building in Paris, Texas.
[Windows Above Awning]
Photograph of two windows set into a brick building above an awning, which has an air conditioner unit on top of it.
[Windows in a Building]
Photograph of a three-paneled window near the ceiling of a building in Paris, Texas. The top of a door is visible to the left, and a lamp hangs from the ceiling to the right.
[Window in Brick Building]
Photograph of a window set in the wall of a brick building in Paris, Texas.
[Window in Brick Wall]
Photograph of a window in a brick wall of a building in Paris, Texas.
[Work Area]
Photograph of a brick building in Paris, Texas, with several boards reading "Work Area Keep Out" at the entrances. An awning above the door is held in place by chains mounted to metal stars on the wall.
Fountain Plaza Light Fixtures
Photograph of light fixtures surrounding the 1927 J. J. Culbertson Fountain in downtown Paris, Texas. The fountain and plaza commemorate the March 1916 fire.
[Four Story Building]
Photograph of a four-story red brick building in Paris, Texas, with a red door to the left.
[Lamar County Courthouse Columns]
Photograph of the south entrance of the 1917 Lamar County Courthouse in Paris, Texas. The courthouse is of mixed styles; the architecture over the entrance (in the lower part of the photograph) is a Romanesque-style entry while the part above the arched entrance is 1917 Classic Revival style.
Lamar County Courthouse Interior
Photograph of a second-floor hallway in the Lamar County Courthouse in downtown Paris, Texas. Architectural aspects of the building include small tiles on the floor, white marble wainscots at the stairs, brown wainscots in the center of the hallway with a white marble base at the floor, and light fixtures hanging in the center of the hallway.
[First National Bank Building]
Photograph of the southeast corner of the Paris, Texas, First National Bank building. Two cars wait at a stop light to the right.
[Fire Damage in Paris, Texas]
Photograph of recent fire damage in the 200 block of South Main Street in downtown Paris, Texas. Note the steel frame still standing.
[Fire Damage in Paris, Texas]
Photograph of recent fire damage in the 200 block of South Main Street in downtown Paris, Texas. Note standing steel frame, smoke damage, and salvaged brick stacks.
[Fire Damage on Building]
Photograph of fire damage in the 200 block of South Main Street in downtown Paris, Texas. Note smoke damage.
Fire-Damaged Building in Paris
Photograph of fire damage to a building in the 200 block of South Main Street, in downtown Paris, Texas. The front wall is doubled, double-course brick with a steel I-beam lintel on top and charred wood visible in the opening.
[First National Bank Building]
Photograph of the east side of the First National Bank building. The building is in a Classic Revival style. There is an operating Capital One bank currently on the ground floor.
Paris Optical Building
Photograph of the Paris Optical Building in Paris, Texas. The building's decorations feature an eagle and the dates 1907 and 1917, which indicate that the building was repaired after the 1916 fire although it was still standing after the fire.
[Paris Bakery Building]
Photograph of the Paris Bakery, housed in a brick building in Paris, Texas. A woman is walking through the front door, and people are seated inside. There is a van to the right.
[Outside Courthouse]
Photograph taken outside the Lamar County courthouse in Paris, Texas. A tree is visible to the right, and there is a lamp with a red, white, and blue banner hanging from it in the foreground.
[Paris Bakery]
Photograph of a building on North Main street across from the Lamar County Courthouse in Paris, Texas. This building was constructed around 1916 and at the time of the photograph was occupied by The Paris Bakery. A car is parked on the far right, and a woman enters the bakery to the left of the car.
[Stores in Paris, Texas]
Photograph of stores in Paris, Texas, including Spangler's, Michelle's, and an antique store, on 1st Southwest Street in Paris, Texas. The Paris Community Theatre is visible in the background, and there is a police car parked to the right.
R. M. Clemment Building in Paris, Texas
Photograph of the 1916 R. M. Clemment building on Plaza Square in downtown Paris, Texas. The building is on the northeast corner of Plaza Square, one block south of the courthouse. The current occupant is "Rosie's Antiques".
[Traffic Lights in Paris, Texas]
Photograph of traffic lights at the intersection of S. Main Street and Clarksville Street in Paris, Texas. Cars and buildings are visible in the background.
[Tree in Front of Courthouse]
Photograph of a tree in front of the Lamar County courthouse in Paris, Texas.
Paris Texas Plaza Theater
Photograph of the Plaza Theatre in downtown Paris, Texas. This is an Art Deco-style building with strong vertical lines, arches, spiral-cut columns, white stone window ledges, column bases, cornice consoles, and dentil contrasts with the red tile roof, window trim, and trim at the ground level. The buff-colored brick of the walls predominate the building and there is also an urn on a pedestal, centered between the windows. The large Plaza Theater sign appears to be the original although the marquee was added after 1984; a theater organ was installed in 1926, probably soon after the building was built. Many classify this building as Moderne style and the ornamentation as Art Deco.
Paris Texas Price Building
Photograph of the 1916 Price building in downtown Paris in the 100 block of Clarksville Road, Texas. Building has a 1916 date medallion.
Paris Texas R.F. Scott Building
Photograph of the 1916-1917 R.F. Scott building as built after the 1916 fire. The architect was J.L. Wees, who had built Mr. Scotts home in 1910. Mr. Wees was called from St. Louis to help rebuild Mr. Scotts' buildings after the fire. Mr. Scott owned this block. The building is in a Neo Gothic style appropriate for a business building.
[Looking Out of Windows]
Photograph of windows with wooden frames in a building in Paris, Texas. A building and a tree are visible through the windows.
[Mail Boxes]
Photograph of tan community mail boxes set into a wall in a building in Paris, Texas.
[Main Street Building Projects]
Photograph of a corner entrance to the R. F. Scott building and two "Main Street" project buildings in Paris, Texas. A red truck is parked to the right.
[Traffic Cones on Street]
Photograph of several traffic cones on the street in Paris, Texas. There are buildings and cars on both sides of the street.
[Traffic Cones on Street]
Photograph of several orange traffic cones on a street in Paris, Texas. Cars are visible on both sides of the road.
[Paris, Texas Square]
Photograph of the square in Paris, Texas. There is a traffic light at the intersection of S. Main Street and Clarksville Street, and a building and cars are visible in the background.
Paris Texas Fire Damage
Photograph of recent fire damage to a window frame in the 200 block of South Main Street in downtown Paris, Texas. Note charred wood.