Nacogdoches Co. Courthouse - Nov. 25, 2017

Visit the 4th Nacogdoches County Courthouse in Nacogdoches, Texas, built in 1958, featuring the un-institutional, "early-motel" style

Take the stairs from the parking lot up to the northeast facing main entrance

First of two walls of Nacogdoches County citizens who served

Military Order of the Purple Heart displayed at many courthouses

Memorial to the forgotten WWII theater of China/Burma/India

The second wall of veterans with branch and theater served

Soldiers as early as the Civil War as well as MIA, KIA and POW are listed

Plus, TX Independence, Mexican War, Spanish American War & Persian Gulf

Plaque to those who made the supreme sacrifice in time of war

View of courthouse from southeast facing corner of Main and South Street

Cornerstone of the 1911 County Courthouse is right by the street

Nacogdoches County on the wall before the courthouse

An Old Spanish Cemetery was at this location from 1800-1825

The west side wall finishes the naming of Courthouse building

El Camino Real (Kings Highway) passed through here starting in 1691

View of flagpole near courthouse main entrance

Look back at the stairway to the memorials

View of courthouse entrance at the parking lot on the west side

Former 1911 Greek revival Courthouse (taken in 1939) on the same location