Butler County Courthouse


Contructed, 1909, in the Romanesque style using limestone, brick and ceramic tile, this is another George P. Washburn courthouse. The Ottawa based architect designed 13 of our state courthouses. The building is open to self-guided tours during normal work hours, though the front steps are currently being rennovated.
Architect / Designer: George P. Washburn & Sons / Matheim & Walker
Placed on the National Register of Historic Places.

More info about George P. Washburn: follow this link for a YouTube biography, created for a Kansas history class.
More photos are available on the Flyover People Daily News



1 Comment

  1. Marcie

    Impressive building. Love how you've captured it. Excellent!