I just got off the phone with Michael Broggie (who's on his way to a train show in Georgia), and he shared some news with me I thought you would like to hear:
Disneyland has finally decided to honor the "first" Imagineer, Roger Broggie, with a "Window on Main Street." The private ceremony will take place on March 30, before park operating hours. The window will be above the Magic Shop on the east side of the street.
After the ceremony, the entourage will board a train at Main Street Station (fitting, considering Broggie's work on the trains), and head over to New Orleans Square for breakfast.
Also--keep your eyes out for a "window" pin, commemorating the event.
This is certainly a well-deserved honor, and has been long overdue. Broggie was involved in a plethora of projects from Disneyland's earliest concepts. So, when you get to the park anytime after March 30, look for Roger's window!