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Woodbury County Courthouse
Prairie-style building designed by William LaBarthe Steele in 1918. Adorned with tiles depicting panoramic scenes and topped with a stained-glass dome. It has been declared a National Historic Landmark for its architecture. It is a nearly square four story structure, built out of Roman brick, with granite and terra cotta trim elements. It has a 157-foot (48 m) eight-story tower, and features sculptural work by Alfonso Iannelli over its doors.