Built in 1931, the last year of the Hoover Administration, this classic courthouse is nestled in downtown Salt Lake City. The current name is much more recent, coming from a long serving Utah Senator who retired in 1977.
Just behind this classic revival style courthouse is a large modern office building which is the current United States Courthouse for the District of Utah, which has the local nickname of the "Borg Cube" due to its modern architecture, and in obvious reference to the characters from Star Trek. That also forms a fairly effective commentary on what the public thinks of modern style courthouses, so I don't need to add to that, and could hardly do so more effectively.
Detail from the Frank E. Moss Courthouse
While most of the court's functions have moved to the new courthouse, the old one continues to house the bankruptcy court.