I-69: Madison County Survey

Description

This collection is comprised of interviews and photographs of Indiana artisans and tradition bearers from Madison County, created from the Summer of 2005. The project surveyed a variety of community traditions as well as the work more individual art forms. This brief survey was conducted by TAI director Jon Kay as part of the I-69 Heritage Corridor project, an initiative designed to bring increased public awareness to folklife and folk arts along Interstate 69 and surrounding communities. The region has a rich tradition of glasswork, which was begun by the St. Clair family. In addition the project looks at two local candy traditions, as well as a wide range of handmade crafts.

Collector(s)

  • Jon Kay

Items in the I-69: Madison County Survey Collection

Red Gold Volkswagon Beetle at Madison County Fair in Alexandria

Honey Display at Madison County Fair in Alexandria

Produce at Madison County Fair in Alexandria

Wool at Madison County Fair in Alexandria

Baked goods at Madison County Fair in Alexandria

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