A severe, formal symmetry characterizes this yellow brick, limestone-trimmed building standing on a low granite base. Its five-bay facade is centered with a broad frontispiece containing a recessed entrance at first-floor level and a metal screen above, with the words Lincoln County affixed at the top. Designed by a Charleston architecture firm, the building is a typical expression of 1960s modernism.
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Lincoln County Courthouse
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