November 25, 2011
The Conway County Courthouse in Morrilton was designed by architect Frank Gibb and constructed in 192930. During the Great Depression, at least one-fourth of the county courthouses in Arkansas were either rebuilt or redesigned in the Art Deco style. The Conway County Courthouse is the only known example of a Classical RevivalArt Deco transitional form. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1989.