Historic Williamson County Courthouse

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Historic Williamson County Courthouse

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Robby G C
Toronto, Canada78 235 bidrag
feb. 2020
Historic Williamson County Courthouse
710 S Main St, Georgetown, TX 78626-5703

It is all in beige.
It was Christmas!
Learbu
This place is historic.
They have pillars and at the top of the County Courthouse we see the lady with the balance.

Henry C. Matysek

Kuklux Klan Trial that happened in this place.

A must see!
Skrevet 21. januar 2021
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mr_larry_smith
Austin, TX1 236 bidrag
jul. 2020 • Par
Downtown Georgetown itself is worth a visit. It surrounds one of the best courthouses I’ve seen. The entire experience is well worth a trip.
Skrevet 28. juli 2020
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Robby G C
Toronto, Canada78 235 bidrag
jan. 2020
We were here just after Christmas, it was January.

The Historic Williamson County Courthouse is attractive.

It has ionic Columns and copper columns.

There is a clock as well.

The justice statue is at the top of the Courthouse.

In the past the Ku KLux Clan was in charge in this town. Everyone was afraid of them.

The Ku Lux Clan killed people and everybody was afraid.

On Easter Sunday 1923, 10 Klansmen flogged and tarred Robert Burleson, a white traveling salesman,after Burleson ignored their warning to leave Georgetown.
District Attorney San Moody, a taylor native,led prosecution Attorney against the Klansmen in a series of trials between September 1923 and February 1924.

Moody tried his strongest case first against Klnsman Murray Jackson. After seven days of arguments,the Jurors deliberated for twenty minutes before returning a guilty verdict and offering the maximum punishment for the crime. Moody's initial conviction led to four additional convictions and four prison sentences for the other Georgetown Klansmen on trial at the Williamson County Courthouse.

These trials were considered the first prosecutorial success in the United States against members of the 1920s Texas. Further,the publicity garnered by Moody following the trial led to his successful runs for state attorney General in 1924 and Texas Governor in 1926 and 1928. He was the youngest person ever elected to both statewide offices.
Skrevet 6. april 2020
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Sue L
Myrtle Beach, SC716 bidrag
jul. 2019
Luckily no business to attend to there. Parking on all four sides available. The building is historic and love the statues and architecture.
Skrevet 3. november 2019
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Cgayle98
Austin, TX533 bidrag
jul. 2019 • Alene
Not really into history, but for 45 minutes it was something to do for a "new to town" visit. Bob the guide seemed to be just as bored talking - like he had repeated it so many times. The marble was beautiful and the dome.
Skrevet 19. juli 2019
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1christineeller
Elgin, TX22 bidrag
jul. 2019 • Venner
My sister was here from out of state, and someone suggested we go to downtown georgetown. It was very nice some of the shops were very expensive we were able to find a few other shops that were more reasonable. After shopping and have a very nice lunch in the square we came back to our car with a warning ticket on it, I had no idea that we were there for the 3 hours that was painted on the parking spot I guess time just got away from us we enjoyed everything up to that point. I see no reason for this town to have a limit on the parking time there was not a lot of people out there. Well I can tell you this I will never go back nor will I ever suggest anyone else to go there which is pretty sad for a historic downtown district. I lived in the williamson county area for 25 years and have been gone for 12 year I had no idea they changed there parking in downtown what a way of welcoming visitors! there are plenty of other small towns around that don't mind if people park and visit there downtown and spend $$$ I will be visiting them.
Skrevet 2. juli 2019
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Dale P
2 bidrag
mai 2019
A courthouse - nothing spectac in construction. Nice old court-room which you can walk into and see.
Skrevet 8. mai 2019
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V6679AZjohno
Georgetown, TX5 bidrag
mai 2018 • Familie
My hubby and I have been to two weddings here at the Court house. They have really made it a great place to hold an event.
Skrevet 2. oktober 2018
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Bob A
Georgetown, TX82 bidrag
des. 2017 • Alene
The historic Williamson County Courthouse is the cornerstone of the most beautiful town square in TX. This is especially true during the Christmas season as the courthouse and the square are decorated to the nines!
Skrevet 9. juli 2018
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Jennifer G
10 bidrag
aug. 2017 • Par
Had a guided tour of this working building. Gorgeous staircase and great views from upper levels. Very cool for the history seekers.
Skrevet 6. juni 2018
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