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Greeley County Courthouse (Old)

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Tribune (Greeley County)
Listed in National Register Jul 12, 1976

Architect: W.T. Heaps
Area of Significance: courthouse
Architectural Style(s): Italianate

Located near Tribune's central commercial district, the (old) Greeley County Courthouse stands adjacent to the present courthouse. Designed by W. T. Heaps and constructed in 1889-90, the two-story stone building has a galvanized iron cornice, cross gable roof, and exemplifies a simplified Italianate style. Allen and Oleson of Ness City were general contractors with William Ruff, also of Ness City, doing all carpentry work. When a new courthouse was constructed in 1973, the Greeley County Historical Society moved to the building and since has utilized the space as a museum. It was nominated in the areas of architecture and government.

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