"Franklin County Courthouse" Ottawa Things to Do Tip by basstbn
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Dedicated in 1893, the Franklin County Courthouse is typical of the designs of architect Ottawa resident, G.P. Washburn. The building is well-maintained and used for its original purpose. Square towers are a characteristic of Washburn's public buildings.
The color of this building almost makes this photo look like an antique post card, but this is actually a picture taken in March, 2003 on a digital camera.
Address: 315 South Main
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