The Town Halls ClipArt gallery offers 7 views of town halls and the various activities that take place within them.

A city hall where local goverment for the city is conducted.

City Hall

A city hall where local goverment for the city is conducted.

The courthouse and City Hall of Wilmington, North Carolina.

Courthouse and City Hall, Wilmington, North Carolina

The courthouse and City Hall of Wilmington, North Carolina.

"This magnificent Gothic edifice dates from the fifteenth century."—Myers, 1905.

Town Hall of Louvain

"This magnificent Gothic edifice dates from the fifteenth century."—Myers, 1905.

"New York is a city in Southern New York; coextensive with New York, Kings, Queens, and Richmond counties, on New York Bay, the Hudson and East rivers, Long Island Sound and the Atlantic Ocean; the first city in the United States in population and commercial importance, and after London, the largest metropolitan center in the world. Among the public buildings is the City Hall, 216 by 105 feet, and three stories high: completed in 1812 at a cost of $500,000. In the rear of the City Hall is the Court House."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

City Hall of New York

"New York is a city in Southern New York; coextensive with New York, Kings, Queens, and Richmond counties,…

An illustration of a stadhuis which means town hall in Dutch.

Town Hall

An illustration of a stadhuis which means town hall in Dutch.

A large tower looms over what is presumably a town hall with a public square in front.

Town Hall with Large Tower

A large tower looms over what is presumably a town hall with a public square in front.

An example of local government and direct democracy. A town meeting in early New England.

Town Meeting

An example of local government and direct democracy. A town meeting in early New England.