Pomeroy Washington Downtown National Historic District

Downtown Pomeroy Washington from space

Historic District Downtown Building Inventory

Farley Business Block (Site ID 52)
Classification: Historic Contributing

608 Main Street

The one-story brick building has a slightly corbeled parapet, decorative brick work on the west elevation and the west side of the front facade, brick arched window and door openings, and newer fixed-pane windows.

The building, constructed by A.J. Farley around 1908, housed law and doctor offices when it was first constructed. A.J. Farley and Dr. Peter Brink were long time occupants of the building. The structure was most recently used as an apartment and business storage.

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

Washington's Birthday Message from February 1924, East Washingtonian

Washington's Birthday Message from February 1924, East Washingtonian


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66 South 7th Street
Pomeroy WA 99347


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