Jack County courthouse. The building "features intricate detailing, including acanthus leaves, rosettes, medallions and cartouches." (Texas Historical Commission) THC refers to the courthouse as both Classical Revival and Texas Renaissance in records. Texas Renaissance style was a dominant design from about 1900-1930s. It combined Renaissance Revival, Classical Revival, and Italianate to form a style that is "Texas in origin." The dominant feature of Texas Renaissance is the Texas elements that form parts of the building. Other than perhaps the eagle on the corner, I don't see a lot of "Texas elements" in the Callahan County Courthouse, but a great example is coming up "a couple of towns over" so stay tuned for more courthouse posts!
"The voice of the people is the voice of God; the law of the place is justice for all."