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Rogers Park

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Rogers Park


Inspired by the birchwood forest upon which Rogers Park was built, with notes of birchwood, pine, and clove.

On the Far North side of Chicago, Rogers Park was once dotted with birchwood trees and sand dunes. It took an Irish immigrant, Philip McGregor Rogers, to begin development in the 1830s and give the neighborhood its namesake. Throughout its post-World War I rural to urban transition, Rogers Park never lost its inclusive identity, becoming the cultural entrepot it is today. From its rich tapestry of immigrant communities to being the home of Loyola University, Rogers Park has rightfully earned its moniker, "The World in One Neighborhood”. 

Source: Rogers Park/West Ridge Historical Society.

Product Details
  • 9 oz soy candle
  • Burn time: 45-50 hours
  • Packaged in a branded gift box

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