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Iowa’s third-oldest county courthouse demolished

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Iowa’s third-oldest county courthouse demolished

By O. Kay Henderson A demolition crew is tearing down the third-oldest county courthouse in Iowa this week. The Mitchell County Courthouse in Osage was built in 1858 and Mary Mills Dunea of Osage was part of the local group that tried to save the structure. “I think it was a very precious building and its destruction is heartbreaking,” Dunea says. Local […]

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