The Ward County Courthouse is an outstanding example of Art Deco. The limestone building with slightly lower narrow flanking wings has base-to-parapet pilasters that divide vertically aligned, recessed windows. Metal spandrels embossed with a zigzag geometric motif are set between upper-level windows, while an incised stone spandrel separates the vertically proportioned, second-story openings from the smaller windows on the main level. The exterior ornamentation is subtle and discrete, while the interior is elaborated with Art Deco motifs.
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