Haskell County is named for Dudley C Haskell ( 1842-1883 ), a United States congressman from Lawrence, Kansas.
Created: March 23, 1887
Sublette 1887 – present
County Courthouse – Sublette
Location: 300 South Inman Street / East Chouteau Avenue
Built: 1977 – 1978
Architect: The Gibson and Mancini Partnership
Contractor: McBride and Dehmer Construction Company
Description: The building faces north and is a one story glass and concrete structure. The building forms a semi circle facing northwest around a grass courtyard. The roof line is flat.
Note: The previous courthouse was designed by Smith & English and constructed by L E Riggs & Company in 1923.
N – Finney County
S – Seward County
W – Grant County
Photos taken 2007