Sepia-toned image of a two-story, Italianate house set in a yard surrounded by gardens and trees. Set in a four-acre block near the center of town, the house was built by a local dentist and his wife, George and Adeline Rogers, and was dismantled in the 1930s by new owners, who used materials from the house to build a new home nearby. The property is now a city park, Rogers Park.
gelatin silver prints
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