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This building has been placed on

The National Register of
Historic Places

by the United States Department of the Interior

Mohave County Courthouse
Built 1915

Built of locally quarried tufa stone, the Mohave County Courthouse has been the
center of county government since 1915. It is the best example of Neo-Classical
Revival style in Kingman. Its distinguishing features are a pedimented Portico
supported by four tapered Doric columns, a small iron-railed balcony over the main
entry, and a centrally domed stained glass skylight above the second-story courtroom.

Arizona State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO)
City of Kingman Historic Preservation Commission
Main Street Kingman & Nationa Park Service (NPS)

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