The five-bay, center-passage brick one-story office building with clipped gable ends features a 1930s three-bay classical portico that repeats the courthouse's oversized circular pediment window. In front of the Clerk's Office is a twenty-seven-foot-high Confederate monument (1906, J. Henry Brown) with a soldier standing atop a tall plinth.
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Appomattox County Clerk's Office
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