The Jack County Courthouse, Jacksboro, Texas is located on the square of the center of downtown. This courthouse was built in 1940, and is the 4th courthouse built for Jack County. Architects were Voelcker and Dixon, who were sometimes referred to as the "Fathers of Architecture" in Texas, and held one of the earliest licenses in the state. This Art Moderne courthouse is constructed of stone and bears many details. It reminded me of some of the courthouses built by WPA, though I can find no indication this is a WPA building.
The building is currently undergoing renovations. You can read more about the renovations here.
I will be watching the renovations with a hopeful eye as to the outcome. More postings about historic downtown Jacksboro later this week. For now, let's see if I can handle 3 days of triple digit temperatures here in hot and dry Texas. It's a far cry from the green of my Lottabusha County hillside at the moment.