Pamlico County Courthouse – Bayboro NC

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From volume II of a 1978 report entitled 100 Courthouses, A Report on North Carolina Judicial Facilities: “In 1938 the Works Progress Administration, with Raymond Fuson serving as architect, built a new building in Bayboro.” The new courthouse was Neoclassical in style. “The plain interiors echo…the realities of the Depression era when money for decorative frills was scarce”.

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100 Courthouses: A Report on North Carolina Judicial Facilities, Volume II (1978).

Project originally submitted by Maryann Olly on August 4, 2015.

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Location Info


202 Main St.
Bayboro, North Carolina 28515

Coordinates: 35.143227, -76.770914

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