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Mills County Courthouse

Go to Lightroom slideshow for Mills County

go to Goldthwaite
go to Historic Mills County Jail

County Seat – Goldthwaite
Built – 1913
Style – Classic Revival
Architect – Henry Phelps
Material – b rick, stone and concrete
Photographed – 2/20/25

Another pleasant surprise on this ‘Brownwood’ tour of Midwest Texas Courthouses.  Nice entrance in the front (the back is the emblem of simplistic) with a wonderful frieze over the doric columns.   Inside – the courthouse is very classy.  Nice ironworks, marble and stairwells.  The courtroom was a winner.  It has a balcony, delightful ceiling, and wonderful columns and color.  The witness stand is open and sitting directly next to the jury box.  Boy, these jurors can see directly into the witness’s eyes!


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