Pomeroy Washington Downtown National Historic District

photo of Farm & Home, later Pete's Hardware, now (2021) Flynn's Apartments

Built for Farm & Home, later became Pete's Hardware, now (2021) Flynn's Apartments

Historic District Downtown Building Inventory

Herres Farm & Home Supply Building (Site ID 50)
Classification: Historic Non-Contributing

632 Main Street

According to the Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps, by 1896, three small buildings on the site housed a tin shop, harness business, and a store. In 1922, a barber/bathhouse, electric battery service station, and Shawen's Feed and Poultry Store stood on the site. By 1930, only the feed and poultry store remained.

Ferd and Swede Herres started construction on a new concrete block building on the site in 1945 for use as a Firestone store, and Farm & Home Supply store. The building was finished on 1 April 1946. Later uses of the building include a hardware store and teen center. Lonnie and Donna Flynn purchased the building around 1992 and converted the structure into apartments.

Description and much of the Cultural Data based on
research by Donovan & Associates


Area Traffic Cameras
Alpowa Summit
Delaney (20+ miles W on Highway 12)
SE Washington Traffic Alerts


This Web site has been financed by Castlemoyle Books and Gifts for the Pomeroy Historic Preservation Committee.
The Committee gratefully acknowledges donations of time, photographs, scans, and other
assistance from the Garfield County Museum and individual citizens of Pomeroy and Garfield County.

The Pomeroy Historic Preservation Committee
66 South 7th Street
Pomeroy WA 99347


Copyright © 2002-2021 John R. Gordon