Introduction to Roger's room (1968)

Introduction to Roger's room (1968)

Roger's room is on the second floor of Collinwood and is first introduced in 1968 (474) when Roger arrives home with his new bride Cassandra.

Unlike Victoria's room (2), Carolyn's room (100), and Elizabeth's room (156), the door of Roger's room opens outward and to the right just like the door to Roger's study on the first floor. The layout of Roger's room is also patterned on that of Roger's study, with the same fireplace in the same proximity to the door, which is also the same as the one used for the set of Roger's study.

The Ralston Purina lamp, a fixture in Roger's study since 1967 (169), will eventually be seen in Roger's room as well (519).

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