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Not one of the interior doors in Alan and Susan Rogers' fits a standard profile. All are antiques, just as the stair railings and banisters are fashioned from old poles that were originally used to dry tobacco in sheds throughout the South. In the dormers above the first floor, weathered barnboard sheathes the interior walls.

Not one of the interior doors in Alan and Susan Rogers’ fits a standard profile. All are antiques, just as the stair railings and banisters are fashioned from old poles that were originally used to dry tobacco in sheds throughout the South. In the dormers above the first floor, weathered barnboard sheathes the interior walls.