Rogers House – Henderson

This large wood-framed house has a symmetrical plan. The front elevation features a central pedimented bay with a sidelit and transomed entry framed by pilasters. It was built for Frank M. Rogers, general manager of the Medlin Milling Co., president of the White Wolf Feed Co., and vice-president of the Greater Fort Worth Realty Co. The house has been converted to business offices. Asbestos siding has been applied to the exterior walls. With more complete documentation and restoration, the house might be eligible for the National Register. This resource was demolished as a part of the expansion of the Harris Hospital complex.

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