Orange County Courthouse (Texas)

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Orange County Courthouse
General information
Architectural style Modern[1]
Town or city 801 West Division Avenue
Orange, Texas
Country United States
Coordinates 30°05′24″N 93°44′12″W / 30.090073°N 93.73669°W / 30.090073; -93.73669Coordinates: 30°05′24″N 93°44′12″W / 30.090073°N 93.73669°W / 30.090073; -93.73669
Completed 1937[1]
Technical details
Structural system Brick, limestone and marble[1]
Design and construction
Architect Charles Henry Page and Louis Charles Page of Page Brothers[2]
Falbo & Falbo (builder)[2]

The Orange County Courthouse is located at 801 West Division Avenue, Orange, Texas, United States. The art deco courthouse was designed by Charles Henry Page of the firm C. H. Page and Brother of Austin, Texas [3] and built in 1937 after a fire destroyed the Old Orange County Courthouse.[2]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c TexasEscapes.com. "Orange County Courthouses", TexasEscapes.com website, 2007-12-12. Retrieved on 2009-02-01.
  2. ^ a b c AllAcrossTexas.com. "Orange County Courthouse", AllAcrossTexas.com website, 2008. Retrieved on 2009-02-01.
  3. ^ Kelsay and Dyal, The Courthouses of Texas: A Guide, Texas A&M University Press, College Station, Texas, 993 p. 211.

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