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Severe flooding in 2008 inundated the building with more than eight feet of water on the main level, causing million in damage.
The post-flood restoration stayed true to the building’s historical nature.
Homeowners can now celebrate the rich architectural history of Medford with an attractive historical marker that shows the original date their house was built.
To find out how to research the history of your Medford house, see our printable brochure: Tracing the History of Your Medford House.
Each custom-made marker displays the official logo of the Medford Historical Society.
The painted markers have a white background with black lettering and are designed for placement on the outside of your home.
Opened in 1928 as the Capitol Theatre, the Cedar Rapids facility was purchased by Paramount Theatre the next year and renamed.
In 2001, the building underwent a .8 million renovation.
The Medford Historical Society has information about many Medford homes and can do a complimentary data search on most pre-1907 homes for date of construction.
To order a historical marker, print and fill out our Historic House Marker Order Form.
This historic house marker program is a community pride outreach effort sponsored by the Medford Historical Society and sanctioned by the Medford Historical Commission to celebrate the residential historical heritage we enjoy and want to preserve in Medford.
They measure 12 by 16 inches and are made of weatherproof MDO (medium density overlay) signboard which has been finished with three coats of special sign painter’s oil based primer and an enamel topcoat.
Holes are pre-drilled and screws are provided for installation.
Each custom-made marker shows the date your home was built and displays the official logo of the Medford Historical Society. The marker should be placed on the outside of your home, at eye level, facing the street.