Back of postcard: CITY-COUNTY SAFETY BUILDING. Akron, Ohio. This imposing, modern building was dedicated in 1965. It houses the Akron and Summit County government offices and contains the most modern jail in the county. This building is a tribute to the City and County in endeavoring to make this area a safer and healthier part of the country.
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The Municipal Building was built in 1966 on the site of the old County Jail between High Street and Broadway Street in downtown Akron, Ohio. It was known as the City-County Safety Building until 1992 when it was renamed the Harold K. Stubbs Justice Center after a former Municipal Court judge who was also Akron's first black law director. The building houses the courts, the police department and a jail.
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