- This Romanesque-style courthouse, built in 1891 at a cost of approximately $150,000, has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1973.
- Before the building received electrical service in 1912, it took two men half a day to wind the solid brass mechanism of the clock in the 124-foot clock tower.
- Although located in the Pacific Northwest, this courthouse serves a county named for a president from Virginia.
- According to Wikipedia, there are at least 16 other courthouses nationally with the exact same name.
Can you name this courthouse?