Iowa's Courthouses: Tama County

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Central hallway leading to courtroom. Window above the entryway says "Court Room"
The grand courtroom at the north end of the second floor hallway. The entrance features thick walls with oak trim.
judge's bench with large wood panel behind.
The large courtroom features oak trim and wainscoting, tall windows with oak trim,  and this carved judge's bench. Note the carved detail on both the bench and the panel behind the bench.
 Ornate door knob - intricate design on knob and door plate
Several doors on the second floor still feature intricate doorknobs,  face plates, and hinges.
The original clock works from Seth Thomas sits behind glass on the second floor.
The original Seth Thomas Clock works is displayed behind glass on the second floor, with gears extending toward the belfry. Installed in 1914, it was restored in 2003. 
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Interior photos were taken on July 14, 2009.  Assistance and information provided by Kim Halverson, Clerk of Court.