The Ray County Courthouse, a three-story limestone building whose cornerstone was dedicated in 1914, is one of three buildings of historical stature still standing in Richmond, Mo. This fall the town marked the 100th anniversary of the dedication.
The Ray County Courthouse, a three-story limestone building whose cornerstone was dedicated in 1914, is one of three buildings of historical stature still standing in Richmond, Mo. This fall the town marked the 100th anniversary of the dedication. David Knopf Special to The Star
The Ray County Courthouse, a three-story limestone building whose cornerstone was dedicated in 1914, is one of three buildings of historical stature still standing in Richmond, Mo. This fall the town marked the 100th anniversary of the dedication. David Knopf Special to The Star

David Knopf: They’re all century-old monuments ... what gets called historic?

November 04, 2014 03:06 PM

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