Examples from the Web for stetson
Stetson returned east in 1865 and created his own hat company, which produced high-quality hats made for outdoor use.
Reportedly, George Custer wore a Stetson into Little Big Horn.
Based on the hat he had created for himself, Stetson made a version called “The Boss of the Plains.”
No African-American witnesses were called, and only one dissenting witness was heard—the tireless Stetson.
Stetson was investigated, subpoenaed, and forced to testify in March 1924 about the source of her funds.
Mr. Packard, removing his Stetson to wipe his brow, shook his head.Meg of Mystery Mountain|Grace May North
He touched the stud at his neck, but Stetson's voice intruded.
"This whole thing is all tangled up with politics," said Stetson.
A simpler binder, also designed by Mr. Stetson and made on the same principles, sells at 55 cents.Notes on Bookbinding for Libraries|John Cotton Dana
He stooped ignominiously and dragged his best Stetson hat from under the beast.Heart of the West|O. Henry
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Word Origin and History for stetson
1902, trademark name, from John B. Stetson (1830-1906), U.S. hat manufacturer, who started his company in Philadelphia in 1865.