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Property Name: First Hancock County Courthouse

Other Name:


Multiple Property Name:

National Register Reference Number: 76001454
National Register Listing Date: 03/13/1976

Address: 819 Park St
City: Findlay
County: Hancock

Category of Property: BUILDING

Applicable Criteria:
Architecture/Engineering




Criterion Consideration:
Moved Property



Significant Person:


Significant Date(s):
1833
1862
1913

Period(s) of Significance:
1825-1849





Area(s) of Significance:
Architecture





Level(s) of Significance:
LOCAL


Other Designation:



Cultural Affilation(s):





Contributing Building(s): 1 
Contributing Site(s):  
Contributing Structure(s):  
Contributing Object(s):  
Non-Contributing Building(s):  
Non-Contributing Site(s):  
Non-Contributing Structure(s):  
Non-Contributing Object(s):
 


Historic Use(s):

GOVERNMENT: Courthouse







Current Use(s):
SOCIAL: Meeting Hall
RECREATION AND CULTURE: Museum






Architectural Style(s):
No Style Listed



Other Architectural Style:


Architect(s):
William Taylor; Frederick Henderson
Jonathan Parker; Parlee Carlin

Exterior Materials:
  • Foundation(s):
    STONE

  • Wall(s):
    WOOD

  • Roof:
    SHINGLE

  • Other:
    NONE LISTED

Demolished: False


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