About Jackson County Courthouse (Medford, Oregon)

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Jackson County Courthouse is an Art Deco building in Medford, Oregon, United States that was built in 1932, six years after county residents voted to move the county seat from Jacksonville to Medford.

The former Jackson County Courthouse, built in Jacksonville, Oregon in 1883, once served as the Jacksonville Museum. It is a contributing property of the Jacksonville Historic District.

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41, Laurel Street, Medford, Jackson County, Oregon, United States of America, 97501

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