Posts By: Roseboro

Miss Lodema’s Tea Room

Miss Lodema’s Tea Room has been in the planning stages for almost a year. Although the concept was clear, the name was not. We wanted a Victorian name to reflect that era in the 1800’s when the Roseboro Hotel’s private orchestra played while the guests took their afternoon tea or danced at a tea dance…. Read more »

Please Limit Your Time To 10 Minutes

Here are interesting photos of the hotel over the years. The first was taken in 1896, prior to the buildings being joined together. You can see the Rosenberg House on the right was only a two story house. It was built in 1850 and the Rosenberg Hotel was built in 1888. They were joined together… Read more »

Wasserman Legacy

A photo of Harry and Rebecca (or Belle) Wasserman taken beside The Roseboro. The Wasserman family owned The Roseboro hotel from the late 1890s until 1996. A tremendous legacy they left behind!

Wasserman Era

Harry Wasserman bought The Roseboro property in the late 1890s. Yesterday, I received a message from a man who is Harry Wasserman’s great grandson congratulating me on the work I am doing on The Roseboro. I responded back asking him for more information on the Wasserman family as I would like to know more about… Read more »

Grand Debut

The self-playing grand piano I brought from California made its “grand” debut at the Sharon Springs Chamber mixer Friday night. It makes a nice addition to the newly renovated Roseboro dining room.