Historic Properties of Spokane
Built in 1908, the Edward A. & Clara B. Moye House is eligible for listing on the Spokane Register of Historic Places under Category C for its architectural significance as a typical representation of the Craftsman style with Swiss Chalet-style influence. The property is additionally eligible for listing as a contributing historic resource in the Booges Addition Spokane Register Historic District. The property’s period of significance is defined as the year it was built in 1908. Edward Moye was the construction supervisor and then general manager of the Marshall-Wells Hardware Company store in Spokane for 20 consecutive years from 1908 to his death in 1928. The Marshall-Wells Hardware Company grew to become one of the largest and most prominent in the Pacific Northwest region.