The Union County Jail, attributed to Robert Mills, is a two-storied, Palladian style structure of granite ashlar construction, built in 1823. Mills recommended that a caretaker’s apartment be placed to overlook the prison, an idea seen in the sheriff’s apartment at the Union Jail. The exterior of the jail has received two additions since 1900 and the interior has undergone extensive alteration

The Union County Jail, attributed to Robert Mills, is a two-storied, Palladian style structure of granite ashlar construction, built in 1823. Mills recommended that a caretaker’s apartment be placed to overlook the prison, an idea seen in the sheriff’s apartment at the Union Jail. The exterior of the jail has received two additions since 1900 and the interior has undergone extensive alteration

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