Douglas Rogers

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State Representative
Democrat
Lawyer
Carroll
38
01/13/1919 - 01/09/1921
55

Representative from Carroll county, was born on a farm in Shelby county, Iowa, April 3, 1867. His parents were pioneers of Shelby county. He attended the rural schools, Harlan High School, Western Normal College, taught in the rural schools for two years, and graduated from the College of Law at the State University of Iowa, June 17, 1891. In July, 1891, he located at Manning, Iowa. He was mayor of Manning for six and one-half years, and a member of the board of education for four years, being president for three years. He is president of the Iowa State Savings Bank of Manning. Was married to Miss Mary E. Flannery in 1892. They have two daughters, Eulalia and Ruth. Elected representative in 1914. Re-elected in 1916 and 1918. A democrat in politics.

Information from State Historical Society of Iowa resources
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State Representative
Democrat
Lawyer
Carroll
37
01/08/1917 - 01/12/1919
55

Representative from Carroll county, was born on a farm in Shelby county, Iowa, April 3, 1867. His parents were pioneer settlers of Shelby county, where his mother still lives. He attended the rural schools, Harlan high school, and Western Normal College. He taught in the rural schools for two years, and graduated from the College of Law at the State University of Iowa, June 17, 1891. In July, 1891, he located at Manning, Iowa, and has since said date been actively engaged in the practice of law. He was mayor of Manning for six and one-half years, and a member of the board of education for four years, serving as president of the board for three years. He was married in 1892 to Miss Mary E. Flannery, of Iowa City. Elected representative in 1914, re-elected in 1916. A democrat in politics.

Information from State Historical Society of Iowa resources
No Photo
State Representative
Democrat
Lawyer
Carroll
36
01/11/1915 - 01/07/1917
55

Representative from Carroll county, was born on a farm in Shelby county, Iowa, April 3, 1867. His parents were pioneer settlers of Shelby county, where his mother still lives. He attended the rural schools, Harlan high school, and Western Normal College. He taught in the rural schools for two years and graduated from the College of Law at the State University of Iowa, June 17, 1891. In July, 1891, he located at Manning, Iowa, and has since said date been actively engaged in the practice of law. He was mayor of Manning for six and one-half years, and a member of the board of education for four years, serving as president of the board for three years. He was married in 1892 to Miss Mary E. Flannery, of Iowa City, and they have two daughters, Eulalia and Ruth. Elected representative in 1914. A democrat in politics.

Information from State Historical Society of Iowa resources