Rogers, Randolph

Rogers, Randolph

(1825–92) sculptor; born in Waterloo, N.Y. He grew up in Ann Arbor, Mich., was a dry goods clerk, moved to New York City (c. 1847), studied sculpture in Rome (1848), and settled there. He is known for his Victorian, often sentimental works, such as Nydia, the Blind Girl of Pompeii (1855–56), and for the Columbus Doors (1855–60) for the United States Capitol.
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The chapters by Rogers, Randolph, and Brooker and Michael, in particular, are based their own research and expertise in trypanosomiasis, tick-borne diseases, andhelminthic diseases, respectively.