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The basic deal being that after negotiating a price, his Rogers Photo Archive would send a truck or two up, package the not­-so-­orderly files of old photos and negatives and haul them back to Arkansas.

There his staff would painstakingly scan and organize the material.

Whatever else you might say about him, John Rogers was clearly one hell of a salesman.

After first buying up several high-profile collections of sports memorabilia, the Little Rock entrepreneur hit on the idea of talking big-city newspapers out of their predigital photo archives.

In a 2009 interview with the Chicago Tribune’s Phil Rosenthal, shortly after signing his deal for the Sun­Times’ archive, Rogers said, “We're at liberty to do whatever we want to with those (original photos and negatives).

When we hand (the newspapers) the digital product back and they start leasing these things to the public and making posters or whatever they're going to do, that's 100 percent [profit for] them.”“The papers always wonder what’s the catch,” he continued. They don’t get why someone would care about old photos.”One source with knowledge of the Pi Press situation estimated that that paper’s photo archive might contain “as many as 1.5 million images. Altogether, with every paper he’s done a deal with, we may be talking as much as 200 million images.”Down in Arkansas, the best coverage of the Rogers operation has come from George Waldon at Arkansas Business.

Locally, those in the know aren't much more forthcoming.

But the standard deal seems to have been that Rogers takes all the material, scans it and provides digital copies but retains the original prints and negatives to sell as he chooses.”Until the FBI’s raid, the material was stored in “a big, pretty posh, climate-­controlled warehouse out in the [Little Rock] suburbs,” said Waldon.

“Because my opinions come out so strong and because I can sound so sure and confident, it can stifle other people’s opinions,” she said.

“I have to work really hard at thinking about how to balance that, how to still be authentically me but not create a scenario where others feel fear in not agreeing with me.” Guests at the Women in the Forefront luncheon from left to right: Ilene Gordon, Carla Michelotti, Jamie-Clare Colvin, Kym Hubbard, TCN Board Chair Donna Thompson, TCN President & CEO Kate Bensen, Mellody Hobson, Sally Blount, Kapila Anand and Elizabeth Hartigan Connelly. But if you just watch your feet and just go from one place to the next, you will succeed.

Finally, the FBI raided his place, and he was tossed out of the business, a receiver appointed to make sense of the mess.

The thought that big-city newspapers like the Star Tribune and Pioneer Press here in Minnesota — and others in Chicago, Detroit and Denver — were willing to hand over (for a nice price) one of their (and their community’s) most valuable historical archives to a character like Rogers is startling in itself, and may explain why so little has been said about the deal. Reporting about Rogers by any of the papers known to have bought into his now-foundered scheme is rare to non­existent.

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