Medford, Oregon - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

Medford, Oregon - Fine Art Prints of Historical Photos

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  1. A Farm Scene near Medford - Kunselman

    A Farm Scene near Medford - c. 1913

    This classic view shows a small grouping of farm buildings, including several houses. Probably an extended family lived here. Learn More
  2. Hamlin Block, SW Corner of Main & Central, Medford  - David C. Herrin

    Hamlin Block, SW Corner of Main & Central, Medford - 1888

    Medford began in 1883 when the Oregon & California Railroad arrived, and four property owners deeded parts of their land for a depot and surrounding town. A number of buildings were erected in 1884, including the Palmer-Medynski building on the left (which still stands today). Learn More
  3. Looking East Down 7th Street, Medford - David C. Herrin

    Looking East Down Main Street, Medford - 1888

    We're looking down 7th Street (now called Main Street) across the decorative railing for the railroad depot, built in 1884, in the middle of the street. (It made sense at the time.) The depot was used until it was replaced in 1900. Learn More
  4. Looking East Down Main Street, Medford

    Looking East Down Main Street, Medford - 1906

    This detailed view of downtown Medford was created by an unknown photographer in 1906. Learn More
  5. Party Leaving Medford, Steel Crater Lake Excursion - Kiser

    Party Leaving Medford, Steel Crater Lake Excursion - 1903

    In 1903, a promotional excursion to Crater Lake was organized by Will G. Steel, who advocated for the newly designated national park there for years. Learn More
  6. Sen. Fulton's Party Leaving Medford, Steel Excursion - Kiser

    Sen. Fulton's Party Leaving Medford, Steel Excursion - 1903

    A companion photo to another in this series that shows the larger part of the excursion on Medford's Main Street. Fulton's carriage is facing east at about Front Street. Learn More

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