Sumter County Courthouse – Sumter, South Carolina
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The Sumter County Courthouse is located at 141 North Main Street in downtown Sumter. It is one of nine courthouses designed by famed 20th century architect William Augustus Edwards.
The building was constructed in 1907 and is a classic “I-plan” courthouse, which means it is set back from the street and runs the entirety of a block. This style was popular for courthouses during this time because of its grandeur.
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