You're invited to join the Medford Historical Society!
Since 1896, The Medford Historical Society has worked to preserve Medford's history and important historical artifacts. The Society is a tax-exempt, private organization dedicated to our local and national history. All memberships are tax-exempt and run annually with renewal in January (by-laws Article II).
The Society operates a museum at its headquarters at 10 Governors Avenue and owns the oldest brick house in America known as the Peter Tufts House located at 350 Riverside Avenue.
The Historical Society serves as an educational and historical resource for its members, the Medford educational community and those wishing to appreciate local and national, historical documents and artifacts. The Society sponsors historical exhibits, events and lectures in addition to being an advocate for the preservation of historic buildings and landscapes.
Members are admitted free to the museum at 10 Governors Avenue in Medford and receive mailed invitations to annual events, exhibits and lectures.
Fill out and mail this printable membership application in pdf format.
If you'd like to make a contribution to the Medford Historical Society, please use our printable donation form in pdf format.
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Historical books and gifts are available from our Museum Shop.
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