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Wooster Digital History Project

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Law Library.jpg
Open to the public for legal reference, the courthouse contains a Law Library on the third floor. Originally set to be in the basement, problems with humidity and document preservation led to its current home. I was designed with a meeting of time in…

Clock Tower.jpg
The original workings of the clock have been maintained since their installation in 1879, placed in glass containers to aid in their preservation. The workings have been maintained by 7 “keepers.” The later roster of keepers consisted of 3…

Clock Stairs.jpg
These stairs lead to the highest point in the courthouse- the clock tower. The age and narrowness of the way to the top prevent it from being fully open to the public. The view from the top is simply stunning.

Mark K. Wiest is the primary judge who presides over this room. Restored to maintain the traditional style of courtroom, Judge Wiest tries general civil and criminal cases.

Courthouse 2.jpg
This is a more modern example of a courtroom in the Courthouse. Over the past decade or so, the push for technological innovation in the legal system has led to the remodeling and technological equipping of rooms like this one. To save on time and…
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