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Hill, Roger Fredrick -- Artwork

Hill, Roger Fredrick -- Artwork

A collection of artwork created by Roger Fredrick Hill.

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Hill, Roger Fredrick - Great Blue Heron Painting
Hill, Roger Fredrick - Great Blue Heron Painting
Painting of a Great Blue Heron by Roger F. Hill. In possession of Rhoda Lee (nee Dumroese) Fink 
 
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Hill, Roger Fredrick - Cades Cove Painting
Hill, Roger Fredrick - Cades Cove Painting
Painting of Cades Cove, Tennessee, in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park by Roger F. Hill and in possession of Rhoda Lee (nee Dumroese) Fink. 
 
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Hill, Roger Fredrick - Pecunnie Brave Painting
Hill, Roger Fredrick - Pecunnie Brave Painting
On the back of this painting, Roger wrote "Old Arrow Top, Pecunnie Brave Smoking Stone Pipe, Northwest Territory. Painted by Roger F. Hill March of 1974, Freeport, Ill. Comomorating [sic] the 200th birthday of our nation. 1776 till 1976."

Now in the possession of Rhoda Lee (nee Dumroese) Fink. Rhoda's son's (Chris) father-in-law, Gerald Woker, knew this painting was hanging in the lumberyard in Pearl City, Illinois. When he found out Roger was related to Rhoda, he brought it to her. At the lumberyard, they affectionately called this Indian "The Big Chief." 
 
4
Hill, Roger Fredrick - Snowy Owl Painting
Hill, Roger Fredrick - Snowy Owl Painting
Painting of a Snowy Owl by Roger F. Hill. In possession of Kas Dumroese. 
 
5
Hill, Roger - Painting of the Dumroese Home
Hill, Roger - Painting of the Dumroese Home
Roger's rendition of the home of Ron and Janet Dumroese, 817 West Cleveland Street, Freeport, Stephenson County, Illinois. In possession of Rhoda L. (nee Dumroese) Fink in 2012. 
 
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Hill, Roger Fredrick - Fishing Ship Painting
Hill, Roger Fredrick - Fishing Ship Painting
Painting of fishing ship by Roger F. Hill. In possession of Luke and Jean Kasten. 
 

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