Located next to the site of an early, demolished courthouse, the original section of the office is a small one-story two-bay brick building laid in Flemish bond on the facade and crowned with a sawtooth brick cornice below its gabled roof. A two-room addition, set perpendicular to the first section, was made in 1833, torn down after 1853, and then rebuilt in 1989 by the Pittsylvania Historical Society. The society now uses the office as its headquarters and museum.
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Old Clerk's Office
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