Buchanan, Bibler, Gabor & Meis - Attorneys at Law




Algona Building The home office is located one block east of the Kossuth County Courthouse in Algona's downtown business district.  A local insurance company originally built and occupied the building.  Admiring the solid brick structure, central location, and 3 bank vaults, one on every floor, Russ Buchanan acquired the building in 1968.
The firm expanded the home office in the 1990's in response to continued growth.  The north conference room added during the expansion continues to offer quiet chambers for attorneys and clients.
In 2002, the home office underwent an extensive renovation.  Shown here is the main lobby and reception desk.
The south conference room features a full-length table handcrafted by Viking Cabinetry.  The 7-foot-high oak doors are modeled after the original inside door, which was refurbished to its original beauty.
Although the firm utilizes Westlaw, Lexis and other forms of electronic legal research, the large upstairs library continues to be utilized as a gathering area for larger groups of clients and as a strategic room for the firm's trial practice.
Ambrose Asa Call artifacts In 2010, the Hutchison family generously presented the firm with a desk and other artifacts originally owned by Ambrose Adolphus Call, co-founder of Algona.  See additional information on “About Us” page.
Laws of Iowa Ambrose Adolphus Call personally autographed his 1864 copy of the Laws of Iowa.  The book contains 227 pages, index included.  With the passage of time and legislation, today’s Code of Iowa includes six volumes numbering almost 8,000 pages . . . plus an index in a separate volume.
Ambrose Asa Call’s plat book Ambrose Adolphus Call’s plat book, published in 1896.