Apparel • Museum • Gifts

21060 Geyserville Ave • Geyserville, CA 95441 • 707.857.3463

Now through Christmas we are open
Fri & Sat 11-6 and Sun 11-3.

 

The Bosworth and his son, were George and Obed Bosworth back in 1911 when the store first opened.  Now days you’ll find the next generations, Harry (third generation) and his daughter Gretchen (fourth generation), manning the shop.

Bosworth & Son Store carries hats, apparel and gifts.  Their extensive hat selection includes brands such as Stetson, Resistol, Dorfman and Atwood.  Western wear for men, women and children include Wrangler jeans and Panhandle Slim shirts.  You may also find the perfect little gift for your home or friends.

Bosworth & Son also offers hat services such as custom crushing, general cleaning or hat restoration.

Bosworth & Son Store

Bosworth & Son Store

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Ladies & Mens Hats, Western Wear, and Unique Gifts

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From the Geyserville MuseumGeyserville Schoolhouses - Lincoln School (Dutcher Creek Road)This is the end of our research: Geyserville, Hamilton, Oriental, Independence, Pena, Canyon, Lincoln District Schools that consolidated with Geyserville Union School District in the 1920s-30s-40s.According to County of Sonoma website, Historic Resources-Dry Creek Valley-schools, early schools were established “because most of the farm families had young children. In the 1860s “state law encouraged building school houses three miles apart to accommodate horse and buggy transportation, and that children would not have to walk so far to attend…With one room and one teacher, grades were one through eight, and students studied during class and played at recess.”According to the County of Sonoma website, the Lincoln District School was built in 1909, with very little in the local news and no photographs. The first mention about Lincoln was in February 1923 when Mrs. Elizabeth Griffith, teacher, left for her home in Berkeley due to illness. On May 2, Lincoln school students participated in the elaborate May Day Festival of Flowers with many other rural schools.By September 1925 the Lincoln school district on Dutcher Creek became part of the Geyserville grammar school, the pupils attending by contract.The school is well-restored, the entrance and living room (the old school room with high ceiling) of a lovely private home with additions at 24620 Dutcher Creek Road. Dry Creek Neighbors Club (since 1909) members have enjoyed attending meetings there. ... See MoreSee Less
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