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Jean Rogers' 'sense of delight'

...same year, and three years later boarded a boat for Alaska, where George had been offered a job with the Office of Price Administration. A temporary position turned into more than six decades of Alaska residency and George went on to play a...
George Rogers, Architect of Alaska's statehood, dies at 93

...Rogers was born April 15, 1917, in San Francisco. He came to Alaska in January of 1945, charged by the Office of Price Administration to roll back the price of fish. His daughter, Sidney Fadaoff, said he knew this wasn't possible but...
This Day in History

...evacuated Savannah, Ga., as Union Gen. William T. Sherman continued his "March to the Sea." In 1945, the Office of Price Administration announced the end of tire rationing, effective Jan. 1, 1946. In 1946, the Frank Capra film "It's A...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...hired the best carpenters - "Norwegian bachelor fishermen with the halibut fleet." George worked for the Office of Price Administration in 1945 and was involved for 17 years in local government. The house was his second job. "I worked every...
Paving the way to Statehood

...buildings. Rogers, 91, arrived in Juneau during World War II on assignment from the Department of the Army Office of Price Administration after studying economics at the University of California, Berkeley. The fisheries prices were relatively...
Juneau Empire Online Archive Community: Obituaries 3/19/98

...returning to Anchorage for a summer job with the Alaska Railroad. During World War II she worked for the office of Price Administration in Juneau, where she met and married Gustav Arne Gelotte. He was stationed in Juneau with the Army Corps...


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