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!
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 them. I knew they came from Florida and went back there after the hotel closed in 1968. Harry died in 1956 and the hotel was passed on to three of his nine children.
Harry’s great grandson said he would put me in touch with his sister who had more information on the family history. When I received a message from his sister and saw her name, I was shocked! She is from Pleasanton, CA. and I know her.
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.
Beautiful centerpieces made by Maria Lange of Sharon Sprigs who is opening a new shop soon in Sharon Springs. These were made for the dining room in The Roseboro for the Sharon Springs Chamber Mixer.
An aerial view of the Roseboro Hotel as it is today with all three buildings joined together to make one massive building.