Calvin W. Enders Michigan Ku Klux Klan Research Papers,   1917-1997, and undated
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History

Organizational History:

The Michigan Barn and Farmstead Survey project is part of the Michigan Traditional Arts Program of the Michigan State University (MSU) Museum in East Lansing, Michigan. The goal of the project is to document all the barns and farmsteads in Michigan before they disappear. Volunteers photograph barns and farmsteads, complete surveys of the sites, and compile the materials. Copies of the information and photographs are donated to local libraries, museums, or archives, like the Clarke. The original survey results and photographs are sent to the project’s director, LuAnne Kozma at the MSU Museum. (This information is from the Project’s 2004 website, viewed in 2004.)