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PHOTOS: Woodbury County Courthouse past and present

PHOTOS: Woodbury County Courthouse past and present

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The Woodbury County Courthouse, located at the southeast corner of Seventh and Douglas streets, opened in 1918. Take a look at the building through the years.

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