On a tree-shaded square, the site of three earlier county courthouses since 1842 stands the Barry County Courthouse. The massive red brick and ashlar building is symmetrical in design and is marked by a complex roofline of dormers and gable peaks topped by a central clock and bell tower. With its Palladian window and Richardsonian Romanesque window arches and portal, the courthouse echoes the late-nineteenth-century's stylistic eclecticism. The courthouse is a carbon copy of French's Livingston County Courthouse ( LV1).
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Barry County Courthouse
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