Newkirk - Eliza Jacobus (Newkirk) Rogers (1877-1966)

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Newkirk - Eliza Jacobus (Newkirk) Rogers (1877-1966)

Occupation: Architect
1907-1917: Worked for Prince and McLanahan, Philadelphia and Kendall, Taylor and Stevens, Boston. Worked briefly for Lois Lilley Howe in Boston.

1913: Opened her own practice in Boston.
1919: Taught in Wellesley Art Department
Eliza more than 46 buildings and is known for the extensive work she did designing and remodeling buildings on the Walnut Hill School campus. Walnut Hill was co-founded by Charlotte Howard Conant.

Citation

“Newkirk - Eliza Jacobus (Newkirk) Rogers (1877-1966),” Southwest Harbor Public Library Digital Archive, accessed December 12, 2018, https://swhplibrary.net/digitalarchive/items/show/8756.Item 3680