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Offices (Prince William County Courthouse)
The county seat was moved to Manassas in 1892. The county commissioners rejected a Colonial Revival design and instead selected a vaguely Romanesque Revival–Second Empire confection that in more cosmopolitan centers would have been considered very out of date. The architects, James C. Teague and Philip Thornton Marye, of Norfolk and Newport News, used the parti of Brooks Hall at the University of Virginia but slightly changed the exterior, adding some red sandstone details to a tall, painted red brick box. In front is a Civil
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