Rogers, Annie "Lou" (1879 - 1952)

Genre: Children's Literature

Annie (Lou) Rogers was born in Patten, Maine. After attending art school in Massachusetts and the Art Students League in New York, Rogers became a leading cartoonist, her pictures appearing in The Judge, Ladies' Home Journal, New York Call and the New York Tribune. A committed supporter of women's suffrage, she contributed cartoons to leading suffragist magazines, took part in suffrage lecture tours, and was a well-known soap-box orator in Times Square. She wrote and illustrated two adventure books for children and in the 1930s hosted a weekly NBC radio program, Animal News Club. Lou Rogers died in 1952.


  • The Rise of the Red Alders (1928)
  • Ska-Denge (Beaver for Revenge) (1929)