Drew County Courthouse
The Drew County Courthouse is located at 210 South Main Street in Monticello, Arkansas. The 3 ⁄2-story Classical Moderne building was designed by Arkansas architect H. Ray Burks and built in 1932. It is Drew County's fourth courthouse; the first two were wood frame buildings dating to the 1850s, the third a brick structure built 1870–71. It is an L-shaped building, built of limestone blocks and topped by a flat tar roof. It consists of a central block, five bays wide, and symmetrical flanking wings a single bay in width. The central section has a portico of six Ionic columns, which rise the full three and one half stories, and are topped by a square pediment which reads "Drew County Courthouse" flanked by the date of construction.