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Collection National Woman's Party Congressional Voting Card Collection
Catalog Number 1915.052.003
Object Name Card, Congressional Voting
Title John J. Rogers of Massachusetts
Marriage (to Edith Nourse Rogers)
Date 1915
Dates of Creation 1915
Year Range from 1915.0
Year Range to 1915.0
Scope & Content Congressional Voting Card File, 1915-1932
The following is typed on a 5" x 8" paper card

J. J. Rogers
is married.
Name of Wife
Age
Date
Nativity Bostonian (Inf. coll. from home dist.)
Education
Occupation
Religion Episcopalian
Political Faith
Additional Information: Dunbar the brother-in-law and partner of Rogers is the Corporation lawyer of Lowell. Dunbar is unpopular. Ran for congress against Butler and Ames and was overwhelmingly defeated. (Inf. coll. from home)

His wife's family are conservative and it is not known whether she is a suffragist or not. (Inf. coll. from home dist.) One brother-in-law is agent of the Mass. Mills here. "
People Rogers, Representative John J. 1881-1925
Rogers, Edith Nourse (Mrs. John Rogers, Representative of Mass.)
Subjects Congressional Card Index
Congressmen
Massachusetts
Rogers, Representative John J. 1881-1925
Family
Religion
Suffrage
Marriage
Congressional spouses
Search Terms Congressional Card Index
Congressmen
Massachusetts
Rogers, Representative John J. 1881-1925
Family
Protestant
Marriage