: The Bicentennial barn-painting program was an inexpensive, grassroots marketing campaign that painted the official logo of the Ohio Bicentennial on a highly visible historic barn in each of Ohio's 88 counties. Over 2,000 farmers and landowners submitted their barn descriptions to the committee for consideration. Beginning in 1998, artist Scott Hagan spent five years painting the logos, tailored to every barn's unique character. Typically, the barn owners hosted a celebration at the completion of their barn painting. This photograph is an exterior view of Barn #76, the 76th barn that Hagan painted, located at 8249 Munson Road in Lake County. View on Ohio Memory.
: AL08552 Subjects
: Centennial celebrations; Ohio History--State and Local Government; Barns; Ohio Bicentennial, 2003 Places
: Lake County (Ohio)