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Morris County

Texas | Architecture | Courthouses

Morris County Courthouse
County Seat - Daingerfield, Texas

Morris County has had two courthouses:
1882 and 1973
Prsent Morris  County Courthouse, Dangerfield Texas
Morris County Courthouse
Photo courtesy Terry Jeanson, December 2006

The Present Morris County Courthouse
- Daingerfield, Texas

Date - 1973
Architect - Pierce, Pace & Associates
Style - Modern
1882 Morris  County Courthouse oil painting, Dangerfield Texas
This 1882 Morris County Courthouse oil painting hangs in the current Morris County courthouse.
Photo courtesy Terry Jeanson, December 2006

The Former Morris County Courthouse

Date - 1882
Architect - Peterson & Stuckey
On the National Register of Historic Places
The 1882 Morris County Courthouse now museum, Daingerfield, Texas
The 1882 Morris County Courthouse as it appeared in 1939
Photo courtesy of TXDoT
1882 Morris  County Courthouse, Dangerfield Texas
"The Daingerfield based law firm of Nix, Patterson and Roach purchased the historic 1882 courthouse and renovated it for their law offices. The exterior restoration was completed around 2001." -
Photo courtesy Terry Jeanson, December 2006
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