The beautiful spiral staircase of the Monroe County Court House in Downtown Rochester, NY. 
Circa 1905. 

As Rochester's third courthouse at this location, all three were designed by three generations of Warner-related architects. The first courthouse was designed by Merwin Austin and completed in 1822. The second was drafted by his nephew, J. Foster Warner, and completed in 1851. Standing today, this Italian Renaissance-style building (now referred to as The County Clerk's Office Building) was designed by J. Foster's son, A.J. Warner, and completed in 1894. 

Present-day view would be from The Powers Hotel (Executive Building) , click here.

Interior of The Monroe County Court House, Rochester, N.Y.

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