Pens With History
Copyright 2019 © Pens With History LLC All Rights Reserved - All trademarks and logos remain properties of the respective companies. Any comments / questions, please contact :
Phone (815) 669-0764 email:
The Old McHenry County Courthouse
The Old McHenry County Courthouse, the majestic anchor of the bustling Historic Woodstock Square, was designed by John Mills Van Osdel, chief architect of the Palmer House in Chicago, and erected in 1857.  Located in the geographic center of McHenry County, Illinois, the building was joined by the accompanying Sheriff’s House & Jail in 1887, and issued landmark status by the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.  When a new government center was built in 1972, a private investor purchased the buildings and established an art gallery, studios, restaurant and museum space, including the former Chester Gould/Dick Tracy Museum.  Owned by the City of Woodstock since 2011, the buildings are undergoing extensive restoration, supported by efforts of Friends of the Old Courthouse.
And Now You Can Own a Part of History!

•   Every hard wood pen includes a case

•   Every pen comes with a certificate of authenticity
From the town that bought you "Ground Hog Day"

Learn More:
Old Woodstock Courthouse $74.95 USD
This writing instrument is made of fine wood from the Old Mchenry County Courthouse