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Our reception for our visiting artist, Carla Miller was held on Saturday. It was extremely well attended by many of her friends and neighbors in the western Oklahoma area. There…

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The public is invited to attend our visiting artist reception on Saturday, June12 for Carla Miller. We will be celebrating her art work titled " Kids & Cows" starting at…

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Our visiting artist for Summer 2021 is Carla Miller of Clinton, Oklahoma. Carla recently visited our museum. When we learned that she was one of our local artist, we invited…

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We are excited to once again be holding our 2021 Summer Youth Art Camp. Classes will begin on Monday, June 21 and go through Friday, June 25, starting at 1:00pm…

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While going through a couple of books in our office, I noticed a 2011 western art magazine I had stashed away, intending to someday read. As I thumbed through, one…

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Books were always a very important part of the Corson/Metcalfe family. We have many books, some dating back to the 1800's. We have a one that belonged to Augusta's mother,…

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Lloydelle & Roger Lester We are continuing our articles Trail Blazers, "Women on the Trails." Our drover is still Lizzie Johnson Williams, the Cattle Queen of Texas. Lizzie was not…

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Elizabeth (Lizzie) Johnson Williams was born in 1840 in Missouri and came to Texas with her parents around the age of four. They settled on Bear Creek in Hayes County…

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Doing research on women of the pioneer trail drives, I have found that some of these ladies endured hard times and tragedy. Margaret Hefferner Borland was one. She was widowed…

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Today we are continuing our stories of women on the cattle trails. The cowboys were considered "Trailblazers" as were the women who accompanied them. One of those women was Harriett…

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