Putnam County Courthouse (Palatka, Florida)

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Putnam County Courthouse
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General information
Architectural style Classical Revival
Town or city 410 St. Johns Ave. Palatka, Florida
Country United States
Coordinates 29°38′51″N 81°38′00″W / 29.647473°N 81.633259°W / 29.647473; -81.633259
Completed 1927
Design and construction
Architect H.G. Little of Wauchula
Engineer Builder: Robertson Construction Co.
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The Putnam County Courthouse, built in 1909, is a historic brick courthouse building located at 410 St. Johns Avenue in Palatka, Florida It was designed by architects Robinson and Reidy in the Classical Revival style of architecture. C. D. Smith was the builder. It originally had a central cupola which is now gone. It has been extensively renovated and modernized over the years, with wings added on each side of the front portico.[1]

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