Potter County Courthouse (Pennsylvania)

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Location
41°46'27"N
078°01'14"W
Country
 United States of America
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The Potter County Courthouse is the primary government building of Potter County, Pennsylvania, United States. Located in the Coudersport Historic District in the Potter county seat of Coudersport, it was added the National Register of Historic Places on February 24, 1975. The courthouse is a Greek Revival structure with some Victorian elements blended into it.

History

The Potter County Courthouse was designed by William Bell of Warren County, with the construction beginning in 1851 and being completed in 1853. In 1888, the roof of the courthouse was altered, leading to controversary over the "squandering" of tax money on a relatively new courthouse. The courthouse was renovated by the Civil Works Administration in the winter of 1933–34.
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