During a late afternoon break from the Parent's Getaway Weekend", I mosied over to the Old Court House Civil War Museum (and did a little shopping too) to have a "looksie". Interestingly, this building has graffiti from both Northern and Southern soldiers and was used as a hospital, barracks and prison by both sides during the War.
This 1840 building was used until 1984 and seemed to be in excellent shape for something that old and used! I am thankful to fall into such a great find on my walk.
My photos are the Court House and the three oak benches that were just gleaming in the late afternoon sun filtering through the leaded glass panes when I entered the main room on the first floor.