Situated in the fifty-three-acre Bessar Park Subdivision, the two-story red brick house was designed by the architect-owner as a crisp, flat-roofed, Bauhaus-influenced dwelling. Its rear wing contains the entrance to Vogler's drafting room, which was located in the second story of his garage.
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Robert L. Vogler House
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