Rodgers, Raymond Perry. : Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting in answer to Senate resolution of February 26, reports of the United States officers respecting the progress of work on the ship canal at the Isthmus of Panama. March 12, 1884. -- Referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations and ordered to be printed. [electronic resource]
Rodgers, Russ. : The generalship of Muhammad [electronic resource] : battles and campaigns of the Prophet of Allah / Russ Rodgers.
Rodgers, Ruth. : Australian population projections 1960-1975 : a study of changing population structure / W. D. Borrie and Ruth Rodgers.
Rodgers, Sanda, 1947- : Women and the Canadian state [electronic resource] / edited by Caroline Andrew & Sanda Rodgers = Les femmes et l'état canadien / publié sous la direction de Caroline Andrew & Sanda Rodgers.
Rodgers SE, Bailey R, Johnson R. : Health impact, and economic value, of meeting housing quality standards [electronic resource] : a retrospective longitudinal data linkage study / Rodgers SE, Bailey R, Johnson R, ... [et. al.].
Rodgers, Skye. : Profiles of academic library efforts to develop and publicize special and digital collections / by Skye Rodgers.
Rodgers, Spencer C. : Testimony upon the investigation in the matter of charges against John Arts, acting superintendent of the poor of the county of Rensselaer [electronic resource] : before E. Smith Strait, commissioner, Troy, March, 1st, 1869 / Spencer C. Rodgers, stenographer.
Rodgers, Stephen. : Every game ever played : VFL results 1897-1989 / compiled by Stephen Rodgers.
Rodgers, Thomas L. : Cherokee Indians. Memorial of John Rogers, principal chief, and James Carey and Thomas L. Rodgers, chiefs and head men, being members of a committee on behalf of the Cherokee old settlers west of the Mississippi, for themselves and their people. April 13, 1844. Referred to the Committee on Indian Affairs. April 17, 1844. Ordered to be printed. [electronic resource]
Rodgers, Timmie / Composer : KING COLE TRIO: That's What (1943-1947) [electronic resource]
Rodgers, Timothy Robert. : Illumination : the paintings of Georgia O'Keeffe, Agnes Pelton, Agnes Martin, and Florence Miller Pierce / [edited by] Karen Moss ; with essays by Timothy Robert Rodgers, Sharyn R. Udall, Michael Zakian.
Rodgers, W.L. : Board of Visitors to the Naval Academy, 1924. Letter from Rear Admiral W.L. Rodgers, United States Navy, transmitting the report of the Board of Visitors to the Naval Academy, 1924. June 7, 1924. -- Referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs and ordered to be printed. [electronic resource]