For no reason other than it's Friday, here are some pictures I took of the Polk County Courthouse in Livingston, Texas (about 60 miles north of Houston). According to the court coordinator in the County Court at Law the interior of the courthouse will be restored to what it once looked like after the new annex is completed across the street.
This is a shot of the front of the courthouse on W. Church Street. This courthouse was built in 1923 in the Texas Renaissance Style (shouldn't there be wenches and overweight people wearing chain mail?).
This is a shot from the back parking lot.
This is the 1905 Annex. Note the support beams that have been attached to the building to keep it from falling over.