Audubon County Court House, built 1939, Audubon, Iowa

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Looking southeast at a two-story brick & stone building completed in 1940 costing approximately $139,000. The second Audubon County Court House is one of ten courthouses built in Iowa during the federal Public Works Administration (PWA) program's operation in the 1930s. The county seat moved in 1879 to Audubon and in 1884 the county secured a $7,000 building to used as a courthouse and was demolished in 1939. Located at 318 Leroy Street, Audubon, Audubon County, Iowa. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places. "VOTE YES on FEB. 10th and put the County Seat at CLARKFIELD, THE GEOGRAPHICAL CENTER."--t.p. verso.