Birdsong Barn MPB 25-39-01
See this barn's listing here: MPB 35-49-01
Photo 1 (1993 - WFC) is a view of the Birdsong Barn in it's original location prior to being relocated to the Red Oak II site. Only the wood portion of the barn was relocated. An exact replica of the stone foundation was constructed at Red Oak II and the barn relocated to the new site.
Photos 2 & 3 (1993 - WFC) show the Birdsong barn relocated to the Red Oak II site prior to the July 1993 painting by Harley Warrick.
Photo 4 (July 1993 - WFC) shows Harley mixing the paint for the project prior to getting started.
Photos 5 & 6 (July 1993 - WFC) show Harley in the process of Painting the Mail Pouch sign on the Birdsong.
Photos 7 & 8 (July 1993 - Ray Day)
Photo 9 (July 1993 - Hank Jr. & Maureen Louisa) A view of Harley after completing the painting.
Photo 10 (July 1993 - WFC) Harley Warrick and Ray Day (Lilliput Lane Artist) following the painting.
Photo 11 (July 1993 - WFC) Harley Warrick and Lowell Davis (Founder of Red Oak II) following the painting.
Photo 12 (July 1993 - WFC) Ray Day, David Tate (Lilliput Lane founder) Harley Warrick and Lowell Davis.
Photo 13 (July 1993 - WFC) Close-up of the same group as in Photo 10.
Photo 14 (WFC) An article incorporating Photo 11 and additional information.
Photo 15 (July 1993 - WFC) Same group as in previous photos relaxing after the painting was completed.
Photo 16 a view of the Lilliput Lane sculpture created after the painting was complete to commemorate the event.