(1854 - 1931)
William Allen Rogers was active/lived in New York, Kansas, Ohio. William Rogers is known for magazine illustration-frontier reporting.
Biography William Rogers
Joining the staff of Harper's Weekly in 1877, William Allen Rogers had a distinguished career as a frontier reporter and illustrator of western scenes. Primarily he worked for Harper's Weekly and Harper's Magazine, but commissions also came from the Washington Post; New York Herald, where he followed Thomas Nast; The Century, Life and St. Nicholas. As his career progressed, Rogers acquired many prominent friends including Presidents Teddy Roosevelt and Grover Cleveland.
He was born in Springfield, Ohio in 1854. When he was a young man, he spent much time reading books from the library left to the family by his father, who died when William was a child. He was especially inter
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