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(1 Feb 1977) Singer Andy Williams and his ex-wife, Claudine Longet arrive at Aspen's courthouse. Longet is accused of murdering her boyfriend, Olympic skier Vladimir "Spider" Sabich, at his home in Aspen, Colorado in 1976. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/3c2ad51f78868255ec0860960055b0c2 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Yet another video from my recent tour of the Texas Panhandle. This depicts my visit to the Federal Courthouse in Amarillo Tx. Dallas Activist was there also-here is the link to his video=https://youtu.be/dv-oMHuQWLA Donate to the cause and help keep me on the road-just follow one of these links (THANKS!!!)= https://www.gofundme.com/hh9ky6cs or if you like PayPal use email address email@example.com
As best I can tell this is an antique leg iron (leg cuffs, leg/ankle shackles, footcuffs, fetters). Although it's on display, at the Park County Courthouse in Fariplay, Colorado, I couldn't find a sign or note explaining what it's about. Here's my personal webpage about Colorado: http://www.rogerwendell.com/colorado.html 08-03-2014
A Poem in Marble, a Place on the Map is a documentary highlighting the Neoclassical style Byron R. White U.S. Courthouse. The 20-minute film chronicles the building's history beginning in the early 1900s through its Presidential Design Award-winning renovation 90 years later. The 1916 Byron R. White U.S. Courthouse in Denver, Colorado, is one of more than 200 legacy buildings under GSA's stewardship. The film is part of GSA's efforts to support the Executive Order 13287, "Preserve America", which encourages Americans to explore and enjoy our nation's heritage. It was produced for the Center for Historic Buildings, Office of the Chief Architect by the Video and Broadcasting Team, Office of Citizen Services and Communications. http://gsa.gov/historicpreservation
Franklin County has gone through a series of courthouses throughout the years. The first county court preceding was held in March of 1838. The first courthouse was completed during the 1839 thru 1840 term of court, that was a small 20 foot square frame structure and didn't last long before the town had grown to the point it needed a much larger courthouse. So, the second courthouse was completed in 1851, yet did not serve it's purpose for long before the Civil war broke out and according to Goodspeed Biographical and Historical Memoires of Northwest Arkansas the Franklin County Courthouse was occupied by Federal Troops as a fortification. Later, the Union Soldiers deserted the courthouse and Confederate troops burned the building. In 1869, a third county courthouse was authorized to be...
This is the fourth courthouse built for Colorado County, TX. The present structure was begun in July 1890 and completed in February 1891. The architect was Eugene T. Heiner, who built several other courthouses around Texas, and the contractor was Martin, Byrne & Johnston. The design of the courthouse is said to be Renissance Revival style which blends the Classical Revival features with Greek Revival features. The historic design had a cupola bell tower with clocks attached to it, but a tornado in 1909 damaged the courthouse by destroying this bell tower. When repaired, the building plan was changed to replace the bell tower with a copper dome which included a Tiffany stained glass window at its top and re-incorporating the four clocks into its design. Because of this major renovation/rep...
This is the most watched "not too shabby" in not too shabby history!!!! Here's the original not too shabby of the Las Animas County Courthouse: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-2QfDzUwqu4 :) The Reddit discussion: https://www.reddit.com/r/videos/comments/3q9r25/there_is_a_man_who_uploads_weekly_videos_of_him/