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1892 Dallas County Courthouse

Description: Photograph of the southeast corner of the 1892 Dallas County Courthouse, now the "Old Red Museum" in downtown Dallas, Texas. Visible are turrets, arched windows, clock tower with small decorative turrets, and one of two remaining red terracotta figures on the roof ridge.
Date: unknown
Creator: Bell, Jim

1892 Dallas County Courthouse

Description: Photograph of the upper north side of the 1892 Dallas County Courthouse in downtown Dallas, Texas. There are decorative red terracotta figure on the west end, background, of the photograph. This is the second of two red terracotta decorative remaining figures on the roof ridge line.
Date: unknown
Creator: Bell, Jim

1892 Dallas County Courthouse North Entrance

Description: Photograph of a close up view of the massive gray granite entrance arches supported by short pink granite columns with bases and capitals. The steps are of gray granite as well. The balustrade above the arches is made of a gray granite cap stones and red sandstone block supports. This is on Main Street in downtown Dallas, Texas.
Date: unknown
Creator: Bell, Jim

1892 Dallas County Courthouse Turret

Description: Photograph of the upper detail of the south east corner turret on the 1892 Dallas County Courthouse in downtown Dallas, Texas. The turret is one of eight, with four on the south side and four on the north side. The four corners have turrets and the south and north entrances are flanked by turrets.
Date: unknown
Creator: Bell, Jim

1895 Ellis County Courthouse Typical Entrance

Description: Photograph of a typical entrance set in an inside corner on the 1895 Ellis County Courthouse in downtown Waxahachie, Texas. There are four main entrances set on the cardinal points of the compass. The Romanesque building was designed by architect James Riley Gordon. The building is massive limestone in gray for the foundation and Burnet limestone for structure, columns of rose colored granite columns, Pecos Red sandstone was used for arches, columns, and string courses. There are eagles and gargoyles for ornamentation.
Date: October 6, 2007
Creator: Bell, Jim