H I S T O R Y Andrew Denny Rodgers 111 Tapers
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Denny Rodgers 111 Papers as a g i f t of Charles A. Rodgers, l e g a l
agent of the e s t a t e of Andrew Denny Rodgers 111, i n April 1981.
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c o l l e c t i o n in June 1983.
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Andrew Denny Rodgers I11 - Chronology
1900 Born, Coluiius, Ghio; son of Andrew Denny Rodgers Jr.
and Mary Louise Price Rodgers; h i s paternal grandmother,
Jane Marshall S u l l i v a n t Rodgers was the daughter of
William S t a r l i n g S u l l i v a n t , noted nineteenth century
s c i e n t i s t ; and granddaughter of Lucas S u l l i v a n t , founder
of Col- urnbus, Ohio.
1922 Received A. B. degree from Ohio Wesleyan University.
1925 Received L. L. B. degree from The Ohio S t a t e University.
1926- Practiced law in Columbus, Ohio, firm of Henderson,
19' 33 B u r r , Randall, and Porter.
1928 Wrote " Lucas S u l l i v a n t and the Founding of Colurmbus, "
published by t h e Ohio H i s t o r i c a l Society.
1932 Wrote Franklinton a t the time of the death of Lucas
1933- Studied speech a t Northwestern University.
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1934 Married Elinor Chase; marriage = mulled in 1938.
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