Starke County- Knox (1897-)

The Starke County Courthouse in rural Knox has a tantalizing pedigree. Its architects, John F. Wing and Marshall Mahurin of Fort Wayne were responsible for a ton of landmarks around Indiana, including the Hancock and Monroe county courthouses along with the replacement tower of the Adams County courthouse. They also did city halls in Fort […]

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Decatur County- Greensburg (1860-)

Most of the state’s charming old courthouses can be found in southern Indiana. A great example is Greensburg’s in Decatur County. The 115-foot-tall building, built in 1860, is one of five pre-Civil War courthouses still utilized by county government today, along with those in Morgan, Ohio, Orange, and Jefferson counties. Constructed of pinkish brick, the […]

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