It is good that you have some tubes lined up,But as you know the most of the Rogers radios take a different tube.
If you are planning on doing more radios, you might need some of the tubes you posted photos of..
On the other hand if you are only concerned doing the Rogers radio ,you won’t need all those tubes.
The next thing I would caution you about is not to turn the radio on until you have changed at lease the electrolytic capacitors.
On your schematic , those are C 43, 44, 45, and 46.
You can cause some damage to the transformer, and they are not easy to get.
All the capacitors need to be changed also
As I mentioned ,, I have one of the tubes you will need and there is no substitute for that tube. It is a 6B7M.
Have a look at the substitution list that Sterling posted. You will find the tubes that will work with out having to get the exact Rogers tubes.
Maybe there is someone in your area that could give you a helping hand with some of these things
If not, we could help you with some of the questions you might have .
A good book, that will help you very much is called ‘ ‘The Elements of Radio” By Marcus and Marcus.
When I started to restore these radios I knew nothing about how a radios works, and that book explains it very well.
You will need capacitors and a good place to get them from, is ”Just Radios”
Send me a personal message phone me and we can see about that 6B7M tube  246 0669
Dan Walker in Calgary