Mercer County Courthouse

The Mercer County Courthouse in Princeton, West Virginia was built in 1930-31 in the Art Moderne style. Designed by Alex B. Mahood, it is the most significant example of the style in southern West Virginia. Friezes above the front and rear doors were designed by Mrs. S.L. Mahood, the mother of the architect.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.

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