National Register of Historic Places in Jackson County

National Register #81000494: West Side Feed and Sale Stable in Medford
21 February 2011
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National Register #81000494
West Side Feed and Sale Stable
29 South Grape Street
Built 1906

This brick building was constructed in early 1906 for I. W. Thomas, a local financier, who leased it to T. H. Moore. Moore operated the Moore Hotel around the corner on Main Street; the stable was a convenience for his guests. Surviving a gutting by fire in February of 1921, the structure was rebuilt and leased to Davis Transfer and Storage until the 1940s, when City Transfer was located there. The building served as storage for Pacific Telephone in the 1950s and '60s, then for Your Office Boy. In the early 1980s the interior was remodeled to the present configuration....

"Charles Tull, the West Side liveryman, has made arrangements for handling baggage and doing a general transfer business. He will put on a hack for the purpose in a few days. 'Shorty' Dodge will handle the wagon and team."

Source: Southern Oregon History, Revised: Medford Business Notes

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