Montgomery Co. Courthouse - March 30, 2018

Visit Conroe to see the 1936 Montgomery County Courthouse

The fifth Montgomery County Courthouse replace one built in 1891

East side main entrance of the courthouse on Main street

The 1911 fire resulted in stately brick buildings now over 100 years old

Several fire hydrants covered with benches decorated with Conroe themes

Turn the corner at Simonton and view the courthouse southeast corner

Continue around to the southwest corner and Thompson Street

Find Conroe on the big Texas map drawn on Thompson Street

Conroe is a rather large city represented accurately on the large, street Texas map

View of the map and main west side entrance of the Courthouse

The Depression Era Art Deco courthouse has a nice covered porch

Statue of boy sitting in a tree "Transcribing Hope"

Dedicated in 2015 in honor of Conroe's Child Protective Services

Children at Play was dedicated in 2014 to those who protect children

County seat moved to Conroe in 1889 and this is the 2nd Courthouse here

View the art deco ornamentation beyond the covered porch

West side main entrance of the courthouse, locked for Good Friday

Stripes, stars and stylized eagles are carved into the limestone

Continue to the northwest corner at Davis Street

Find another decorated fire hydrant/park bench on the north side

A tribute to George Strake who found oil in Conroe in 1931

The above ground connector walkway to the annex across the street

Trains, oil wells, Isaac Conroe, downtown, the Mobil logo & Texas Flag

Complete the circle at Main Street to view the northeast corner

A final bench/hydrant celebrating Conroe residents in WWII