Photographer's Note

The Brant County Courthouse, now home to Superior Court, has been a Brantford landmark since it was built in 1852 on land purchased from the the Six Nations Indians. Two plaques in front of it explains its history. The following is a quote from the English side of the new (2003) bilingual plaque:
“The Brant County Court House contained court rooms, county offices, the law library and jail. Although the architecture of the building remains predominantly Greek Revival, its appearance was transformed in 1861 and 1886-87 when the building was enlarged and its roof line altered.”

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