Medford Square 1-2-3
34 Salem Street,
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Architects: M.A. Dyer
Styles: Colonial Revival
Previous Names: Medford Theater, Cinema 1 & 2
Built in 1917 in a restrained Colonial style, the architect of the Medford Theater was M.A. Dyer. By 1950 the Film Daily Yearbook gave a seating capacity of 1,289. In later years it was twinned and became known as Cinema 1 & 2 and still later, after it was triplexed, the Medford Square 1-2-3. The auditorium portion of the Medford has since been demolished and replacing by parking, but the rest of the building still remains, and is now used for office and retail space.
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