Cayuga County Courthouse and Clerk's Office

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Cayuga County Courthouse and Clerk's Office
Cayuga County Court House Auburn.jpg
(2012)
Cayuga County Courthouse and Clerk's Office is located in New York
Cayuga County Courthouse and Clerk's Office
Location 152-154 Genesee St.
Auburn, New York
Coordinates: 42°55′47″N 76°34′9″W / 42.92972°N 76.56917°W / 42.92972; -76.56917
Area less than one acre
Built 1835-36 (original courthouse)
1882 (clerk's office)
1922-24 (rebuilt courthouse)
Architect John I. Hagaman (orig. courthouse)
Green and Wicks (clerk's office)
Carl Tallman & Samuel Tillger (rebuilt courthouse)
Architectural style Greek Revival orig. courthouse)
Italianate (clerk's office)
Classical Revival (rebuilt courthouse)
Governing body local
NRHP Reference # 91000721[1]
Added to NRHP June 21, 1991

Cayuga County Courthouse and Clerk's Office is a historic courthouse complex located at 152 Genesee Street in Auburn. It consists of a two building government complex. The courthouse was built in 1835–1836 to a design by John I. Hagaman in the Greek Revival style, employing a massive Greek Doric order. It was rebuilt and expanded in 1922–1924 after a fire destroyed everything but the front and side walls of the original building. The rebuilt courthouse, designed by Carl Tallman and Samuel Hillger, is a 2 12-story, Neoclassical temple-fronted stone building incorporating Hagaman's monumental portico. Attached to it is the 1882 County Clerk's Office building, designed by Green and Wicks in the Late Victorian Italianate style.[2]

The complex was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991.[1]

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