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The Shackelford County Courthouse
Albany, TX.
This Second Empire style structure was built 1883-84 from plans by Dallas architect J. E. Flanders, architect for several other 1880's Texas courthouses, yet only this one remains. Edgar Rye of Albany was construction superintendent. Kilted Scottish Masons erected the walls of stone quarried a few miles southwest of town. The foundations rest two feet deep on "natural concrete" (caliche). Budgeted at $27,000.00; final cost was $49,433.75.
The Shackelford County courthouse was the first courthouse restored under the Texas Historical Commission's Courthouse Preservation Program, rededicated on June 30, 2001.
Recorded Texas Historic Landmark-1962
National Register of Historic Places-1976
#JamesEFlanders #jamesedwardflanders #TexasCourthouses #TexasCourthouse #ShackelfordCountyCourthouse #ShackelfordCounty #Courthouse #historiccourthouse #Architecture #Preservation #Restoration #architecturephotography #archi_ologie #architecturelover #AlbanyTexas #IgTexas #IG_TX #AlbanyTx #SecondEmpireStyle
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The Shackelford County Courthouse
Albany, TX.
This Second Empire style structure was built 1883-84 from plans by Dallas architect J. E. Flanders, architect for several other 1880's Texas courthouses, yet only this one remains. Edgar Rye of Albany was construction superintendent. Kilted Scottish Masons erected the walls of stone quarried a few miles southwest of town. The foundations rest two feet deep on "natural concrete" (caliche). Budgeted at $27,000.00; final cost was $49,433.75.
The Shackelford County courthouse was the first courthouse restored under the Texas Historical Commission's Courthouse Preservation Program, rededicated on June 30, 2001.
Recorded Texas Historic Landmark-1962
National Register of Historic Places-1976

#JamesEFlanders #jamesedwardflanders #TexasCourthouses #TexasCourthouse #ShackelfordCountyCourthouse #ShackelfordCounty #Courthouse #historiccourthouse #Architecture #Preservation #Restoration #architecturephotography #archi_ologie #architecturelover #AlbanyTexas #IgTexas #IG_TX #AlbanyTx #SecondEmpireStyle


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The Shackelford County Courthouse
Albany, TX.
This Second Empire style structure was built 1883-84 from plans by Dallas architect J. E. Flanders, architect for several other 1880's Texas courthouses, yet only this one remains. Edgar Rye of Albany was construction superintendent. Kilted Scottish Masons erected the walls of stone quarried a few miles southwest of town. The foundations rest two feet deep on "natural concrete" (caliche). Budgeted at $27,000.00; final cost was $49,433.75.
The Shackelford County courthouse was the first courthouse restored under the Texas Historical Commission's Courthouse Preservation Program, rededicated on June 30, 2001.
Recorded Texas Historic Landmark-1962
National Register of Historic Places-1976

#JamesEFlanders #jamesedwardflanders #ShackelfordCountyCourthouse #ShackelfordCounty #Courthouse #historiccourthouse #Architecture #Preservation #Restoration #architecturephotography #archi_ologie #architecturelover #AlbanyTexas #IgTexas #IG_TX #AlbanyTx

Shackelford County Courthouse Historic District
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The Shackelford County Courthouse
Albany, TX.
This Second Empire style structure was built 1883-84 from plans by Dallas architect J. E. Flanders, architect for several other 1880's Texas courthouses, yet only this one remains. Edgar Rye of Albany was construction superintendent. Kilted Scottish Masons erected the walls of stone quarried a few miles southwest of town. The foundations rest two feet deep on "natural concrete" (caliche). Budgeted at $27,000.00; final cost was $49,433.75.
The Shackelford County courthouse was the first courthouse restored under the Texas Historical Commission's Courthouse Preservation Program, rededicated on June 30, 2001.
Recorded Texas Historic Landmark-1962
National Register of Historic Places-1976

#JamesEFlanders #jamesedwardflanders #ShackelfordCountyCourthouse #ShackelfordCounty #Courthouse #historiccourthouse #Architecture #Preservation #Restoration #architecturephotography #archi_ologie #architecturelover #AlbanyTexas #IgTexas #IG_TX #AlbanyTx

Shackelford County Courthouse Historic District
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The Shackelford County Courthouse
Albany, TX.
This Second Empire style structure was built 1883-84 from plans by Dallas architect J. E. Flanders, architect for several other 1880's Texas courthouses, yet only this one remains. Edgar Rye of Albany was construction superintendent. Kilted Scottish Masons erected the walls of stone quarried a few miles southwest of town. The foundations rest two feet deep on "natural concrete" (caliche). Budgeted at $27,000.00; final cost was $49,433.75.
The Shackelford County courthouse was the first courthouse restored under the Texas Historical Commission's Courthouse Preservation Program, rededicated on June 30, 2001.
Recorded Texas Historic Landmark-1962
National Register of Historic Places-1976

#JamesEFlanders #jamesedwardflanders #TexasCourthouses #TexasCourthouse #ShackelfordCountyCourthouse #ShackelfordCounty #Courthouse #historiccourthouse #Architecture #Preservation #Restoration #architecturephotography #archi_ologie #architecturelover #AlbanyTexas #IgTexas #IG_TX #AlbanyTx

Shackelford County Courthouse Historic District
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The Shackelford County Courthouse
Albany, TX.
This Second Empire style structure was built 1883-84 from plans by Dallas architect J. E. Flanders, architect for several other 1880's Texas courthouses, yet only this one remains. Edgar Rye of Albany was construction superintendent. Kilted Scottish Masons erected the walls of stone quarried a few miles southwest of town. The foundations rest two feet deep on "natural concrete" (caliche). Budgeted at $27,000.00; final cost was $49,433.75.
The Shackelford County courthouse was the first courthouse restored under the Texas Historical Commission's Courthouse Preservation Program, rededicated on June 30, 2001.
Recorded Texas Historic Landmark-1962
National Register of Historic Places-1976

#JamesEFlanders #jamesedwardflanders #TexasCourthouses #TexasCourthouse #ShackelfordCountyCourthouse #ShackelfordCounty #Courthouse #historiccourthouse #Architecture #Preservation #Restoration #architecturephotography #archi_ologie #architecturelover #AlbanyTexas #IgTexas #IG_TX #AlbanyTx


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