Category:Dodge County Courthouse (Georgia)
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English: The Dodge County Courthouse is an historic courthouse building located in Eastman, Georgia. Built in 1908, it was designed by Eastman-born American architect Edward Columbus Hosford, who is noted for the courthouses and other buildings that he designed in Florida, Georgia and Texas. The builder was M.L. Lewman & Company. This was the very first courthouse Hosford had ever designed. His commission was controversial because his father, Charlie Columbus Hosford, was a member of the building committee appointed by the county commissioners. Since Edward C. Hosford then lived in Atlanta, it was rumored that he was going to farm the project out to the more experienced architect who had been bypassed in order to give him the commission, but he moved back to Eastman and did all the work himself.
|Location||Eastman, Dodge County, Georgia|
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Media in category "Dodge County Courthouse (Georgia)"
The following 6 files are in this category, out of 6 total.
- Dodge County Courthouse corner stone.JPG 4,608 × 3,456; 4.38 MB
- Dodge County Courthouse, Eastman, GA, US.jpg 5,721 × 3,629; 10.32 MB
- Dodge County Courthouse, Eastman.JPG 4,608 × 3,456; 5.31 MB
- DODGE COUNTY COURTHOUSE.jpg 3,000 × 1,926; 486 KB
- Dodge County Courthouse.JPG 2,457 × 1,843; 988 KB
- Eternal Flame, Eastman.JPG 4,608 × 3,456; 5.89 MB