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May 17, 2014


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Bill Turnier

Caldwell County Courthouse in Yanceyville, NC.

Alfred L. Brophy

You got this right, Bill. Quite a building, isn't it? It looks to my eyes more like a post-war courthouse. It's a dramatic shift from the imitation of the classical world to that of the Italian renaissance. I'm going to post something about the Confederate monument out front of this courthouse soon and also I'll put up a link to a picture of the front of the courthouse, too.

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