Chair Making


The Kentucky Folklife Program at Western Kentucky University partnered with Mammoth Cave National Park for a special 2015 summer-long, National Endowment for the Arts sponsored project titled “Folklorist in the Park”. The project was conducted by Josh Chrysler, a former graduate student at...


Interview with Mrs. Liddie Richardson about her father, Dudley Armstrong, and his chair making,


Mr. Rogers began making chairs on the Browning design in the early 1950s, and in 1973 he also developed his own pattern of ricker and child rocker. He was featured in an exhibit on the Browning chair tradition staged by the folk arts project at the Spencer County library in August 1984, and an...

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