The Webb County Courthouse in Laredo, Texas was completed in 1909. Architect, Alfred Giles, designed the building in the Beaux-Arts style.
The original interior of the Courthouse is characterized by colorful tile floors reminiscent of a Mediterranean villa. An impressive wrought iron trimmed staircase, produced by the Alamo Iron Works, connects the three floors of the courthouse with an ornate, oval, multicolored stained glass window dominating the first floor landing.
The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.