Pomeroy Hotel, Downtown Pomeroy Washington, 2021

Historic District Downtown Building Inventory

Hmeroy Hotel
Pomeroy Downtown Historic District (Site ID 15)

Henry B. and Delia Henley constructed the hotel circa 1910-11. The hotel had rooms on the upper floor, and a restaurant, office, and lobby on the lower floor. The Henleys' son, Frank, took over management of the hotel in the late 1920s, and his children operated the business in the 1940s and 1950s. At the time of the Nomination, the main floor of the hotel was currently used as a restaurant and bar with the owners occupying the second floor. As of this writing, the restaurant space on the main floor is vacant.

Building Description: The Pomeroy Hotel is a two-story building with a brick parapet decorated with a corbeled cornice, one-overone double-hung wood sash windows on the upper story, fixed-pane wooden storefront windows, and a concrete foundation. Pilasters on the rusticated lower story separate the storefront and entrance bays. Double wooden doors on the east side of the front elevation lead to the second floor apartments. The main entrance is sheltered with a pedimented portico supported by tapered posts (built circa 1925). The original multi-pane transom windows above the storefront have been covered; only the multi-pane transom windows above the main entrance doors are intact. Two of the original storefront entrances (second and fourth bays from the west) have been removed and replaced with windows.

Cultural Data based on
research by Donovan & Associates

Pomeroy Hotel, Pomeroy Washington

Pomeroy Hotel, Pomeroy Washington

This the same photo I used for the top of the Stevenson Hardware building, but it's a nice 1908 shot of the Pomeroy Hotel with no portico.

Stage stopped Pomeroy Washington newspaper article

From the early summer of 1936: "New Night Stage is for Public Convenience"

Pomeroy Hotel basement bar

Elmer Stone's just poured a cold Bud for a customer in the Pomeroy Hotel basement bar.

POMEROY WEATHER

Area Traffic Cameras
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Delaney (20+ miles W on Highway 12)
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66 South 7th Street
Pomeroy WA 99347

 

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