Mrs. David B. Parr (Anna Rogers)

Dublin Core

Title

Mrs. David B. Parr (Anna Rogers)

Subject

Biography
Mrs. David B. Parr
Anna Rogers
Write for Decatur Herald
County Superintendent of Schools
Douglas County, IL.
Politics
Fayette County, IL.
Parr & Parr Book Store
Rembrandts Studio
Decatur, IL.

Description

Photograph of Mrs. David B. Parr, (Anna Rogers); former writer for the household page of the Decatur Herald newspaper. She was formerly county superintendent of schools in Douglas County, IL. She was a write of economics and prominent in politics. In 1920 she was a candidate for the state legislature from Fayette Co., IL. She had a book on recipes published by the Herald in 1918. Her husband, David B., was the former owner of the City Book Store (Parr & Parr). They moved to Fayette Co. in 1917. Photo by Rembrandts of Decatur, IL.

Creator

Rembrandts Studio of Decatur, IL.

Source

Photo File: Biography - Parr, Mrs. David B. (Anna Rogers)

Publisher

Herald and Review, Decatur, IL.
Decatur Public Library, Decatur, IL.

Date

1917

Contributor

Mrs. David B. Parr (Anna Rogers)

Rights

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Relation

none

Format

.jpg

Language

English

Type

photography

Identifier

BIO301 goes with BIO302

Coverage

Biography, Mrs. David B. Parr, Anna Rogers, Writer for Decatur Herald, County Superintendent of Schools Douglas Co., IL. Candidate for State Legislature, Fayette Co., IL. Published a book of Recipes, City Book Store Parr & Parr, Rembrandts Studio of Decatur.

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

photography

Physical Dimensions

3.5 x 5.5"

Files

BIO301-PARR_ANNA_ROGERS,(MRS DAVID),10-3-1920.jpg

Citation

Rembrandts Studio of Decatur, IL., “Mrs. David B. Parr (Anna Rogers),” Decatur Illinois Public Library Local History Photo Collection, accessed August 20, 2018, http://omeka.decaturlibrary.org/items/show/2296.