Carroll County Courthouse (Ohio)
The Carroll County Courthouse is located in Carrollton, Ohio, and is the second for the county. It was designed by architect Frank Weary in the Second Empire style. The courthouse was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on 1974-10-22.
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... A renovation updated many features in the courthouse such as wiring, heating and cooling and several decorative pieces ... The courthouseis connected to the countyjail and court annex located in the back of the complex ...
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