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Rogers House

208 North Macdonald Street


Tudor Revival
Architect Unknown
Building Altered, Addition


Built in 1929 to 1930 as a residence for Joseph H. Rogers, who was then president of the Mesa Implement Co and a pioneer farmer in the Mesa area. Rogers and his family were among the first to settle
in Lehi in 1877.


The Rogers family occupied the house through the 1940’s. Rogers died at his house in October 1945.


The steep pitched roof and ogee corbels at the recessed porch make this a good example of the Tudor Revival Style.

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