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The Prosecuting Attorney’s Office located in Ironton, Missouri
This two-story structure was built in 1866 at a cost of $8,072. The jail adjoins the former Sheriff’s house (now Prosecuting Attorney’s Office) on the west and is made of rock-faced limestone blocks and has four metal-barred windows. Captain Morgan Mace served as the first Sheriff of the new Jail. Both the Sheriff’s house and Jail are still in use.

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prosecuting attorneys office, ironton, missouri, snow, building, architecture

I live Ironton, Missouri and I enjoy taking photos of the many things I see around town. It seems there is always something new to photograph, whether it be everything made new by a fresh layer of snow, or by the birth of a new spring. I photograph whatever it is that catches my eye.

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  • barnsis
    barnsis9 months ago

    Excellent, the falling snow is a great plus

  • The falling snow made things rather gray, but it was a beautiful day! We are supposed to get more more inches of white stuff overnight.

    – Susan S. Kline

  • Marie Sharp
    Marie Sharp9 months ago

  • Thank you so much!

    – Susan S. Kline

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