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BAILEY COUNTY COURTHOUSE
County Seat - Muleshoe, Texas

Bailey County has had 2 courthouses:
1917 and 1925

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Bailey County courthouse
Photo courtesy Terry Jeanson, February 2007

The Present Bailey County Courthouse
- Muleshoe, Texas

Date - 1925
Architect - M. C. Butler
Style - Classical Revival
Material - Brick
On the corner of Ave C and First Street


The 1917 courthouse was a wood frame building. Cost: $2450.

County's namesake Peter James Bailey was an Alamo defender.
Baily County Courthouse, Muleshoe, Texas
Bailey County Courthouse as it appeared in 1939
Photo courtesy TxDoT
Baily County Courthouse, Muleshoe, Texas
Bailey County Courthouse
Photo circa 1950 courtesy THC
TX - Bailey County courthouse
Bailey County courthouse front entrance
Photo courtesy Terry Jeanson, February 2007
TX -  Founding   of Bailey County historical marker
The Founding of Bailey County historical marker on courthouse ground
Photo courtesy Terry Jeanson, February 2007

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