Architect L. F. Goodrich designed this courthouse.
J. W. Golucke was the architect of this Romanesque Revival courthouse.
Designed by J. W. Golucke, Georgia’s leading courthouse architect, this Second Empire-influenced structure originally featured a clock tower. It remains one of the more unique courthouses in the state.
This Romanesque Revival courthouse was designed by S. A. Baker.
Downtown Fort Valley National Register Historic District
Designed by Dennis & Dennis, Architects. This is likely a WPA construction.
That’s the iconic Terrell County Courthouse on the left and the Dawson Pharmacy on the right.
This Queen Anne-style courthouse was designed by the Altanta architectural firm of Kimball, Wheeler & Parkins. It has been designated as a “Place in Peril” by the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation.
Wrightsville is a wonderful little town which has a real interest in preserving its history. The courthouse was restored by the WPA between 1938-40, and again by the county in 1996. Luckily, attempts to demolish it in the 1970s were met with great protest by the people of Wrightsville and Johnson County. An interesting aside: it was the first of nearly 25 courthouses built by Georgia’s most prolific courthouse architect, J. W. Golucke.
For a brief biography of Golucke: