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

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Ladies & Mens Hats, Western Wear, and Unique Gifts

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From the Geyserville MuseumThe Geyserville Hotel Interior (1912-Prohibition) Part 7We are always so grateful when someone comes across historic Geyserville photos and shares them with us. In 2010, Rick Pogorzelski brought our curator, Ann Howard, photographs of the interior of the Geyserville Hotel from the early 1900’s. Rick is the great-great-grandson of Edward Wahrman who leased the hotel from 1912 - 1921. Ann was able to share these photos with an old time local, Lou Colombano. Lou was born in 1915, and could remember peeking in the windows of the closed bar (during Prohibition) as a child and admiring the woodwork. Lou speculated that the bar may have shipped from Bulgaria or Hungary, around the horn, to be assembled on site. Edward Wahrman and Ed Mason applied for a liquor license for the Geyserville Hotel Bar in 1915. In June 1918, at midnight “Mrs. Ed Wahrman, from her home nearby, noticed a blaze on an outside stairway of the hotel. The lady...gave the alarm, heard by Harlan Remmel…sprinted to the fire bell… returned with hose cart and extinguisher. The young man…such rapidity…had the fire out before the crowd arrived. The stairway and back wall…charred…the house is very old…so dry, the town would have been burned had not the fire been discovered as it was. Excelsior in a greasy covering of sacking was…employed to start the blaze. Various theories…as to why such a deed…some of our people seem sure they can name the guilty person…the same in previous fires set here—the report even being that those knowing the guilty one were paid to keep quiet.”Prohibition (1920-1933) closed the bar, but the hotel remained open. In 1920 Mason stepped away from the business, and Wahrman took over the entire hotel business until retiring in 1921. Lou Colombano went on to become the bartender in Santi Catelli’s restaurant The Rex in Geyserville in 1937 for a year (a photograph of him tending bar hangs in Catelli’s restaurant). Later he tended his own bar and restaurant in San Francisco for many years…maybe all because of peeking in the window of the bar of the old Wahrman-Geyserville Hotel all those decades long ago. ... See MoreSee Less
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CANCELLATION ANNOUNCEMENT: We are very sad to announce that due to a 90% chance of rain this weekend we have made the difficult decision to CANCEL our Fall Colors & Vintage Car Show event (SUNDAY). It appears the Pancake Breakfast at the firehouse will continue on as normal. We want to thank everyone for their interest in attending and all the volunteers, participants + those who donated various necessities to make this event happen. California NEEDS this rain greatly so...although we are sad, we know rain is best for our drought. ... See MoreSee Less
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