Appearing on the city logo, it's an iconic image for Corvallis, a town of 50,000.
Here we go up the front steps.
And under the carved stone face that is just over the entrance.
As you step into the building the first thing you notice is how much wood there is.
There were no proceedings on the day I visited, so the benches were all empty.
I love this typewriter.
And these well-used chairs.
Time to head out. That white postal-style box that you see is a ballot box. Oregon has a mail-in voting system, but if you're a last-minute voter you must drop off your ballot to make the deadline.
And that, y'all, is our little courthouse.