Pomeroy Washington Downtown National Historic District

Downtown Pomeroy Washington from space

Historic District Downtown Building Inventory

Moore Brothers Garage (Site ID 26)

Moore's Garage, built circa 1910, is a one-story brick building with a raised parapet decorated with a dog- tooth brick pattern.

At the time the District was nominated, an antique store occupied the building.

According to the 1896 Sanborn Fire Insurance Map, the site was vacant. By 1922, the 40'x60' structure housed Moore Brothers Garage (Clarence and Coiner), and by 1930, the garage added a 30' extension on the south side. The garage was known as Fred Weimar's Garage in the 1930s and 1940s. A display area was in the front of the building and a repair shop in the back.

Fisher's Auto Repair currently occupies the building.

Description and 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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