The following information is provided by Eddie Robberts:
"The owner said that the barn was originally a regular Mail Pouch barn, and she can even remember Harley coming to paint it in the early 60's when she was younger. She lived across the road then. When she moved across the road and took over the family farm, they decided to repaint it but in different colors. So her husband painted the barn white and painted over the existing letters with new colors. The only place where it is different is on the double doors at the center of the broad side of the barn. The doors are new and therefore there was no template for her husband to trace of color, so those few center letters are his own brushwork. She mentioned that their barn was considered for the Jefferson County bicentennial barn, but, according to her, they decided in the end not to cover over their 'artwork'".