Liberty County is named for the sentiment of the inhabitants of the county when the county was formed soon after World War I.
Created: February 11, 1920
Chester 1920 – present
County Courthouse – Chester
Location: 111 1st Street East / Adams Avenue
Architect: Frank Bussout of Havre
Contractor: J B Hay and Theodore Clausen
Description: The building faces west and is a two story buff colored brick structure. The building was purchased by the County and remodeled in 1920. The remodeling was completed in 1924. The building has a central recessed entrance on the west side. There is stone work around the windows. A projecting cornice runs below the flat roof line. An addition was built on the south side in 1949.
N – Alberta, Canada
E – Hill County
S – Choteau County
Photos taken 2009