Metcalfe Museum

As Augusta’s art began to sell and exhibits took her further away from home, she began to feel more comfortable in unfamiliar places. The years 1953 and 1954 brought about a change in her finances. In 1953 Melvin Harrel began work on Augusta’s biography. This was a tiring job for her as they searched the Corson/Metcalfe journals. Her research became the foundation for Harrel’s and others’ writings about Augusta for the rest of her life. Now it was time for Augusta to do some traveling. Her destinations included nearby Oklahoma City and Woodward for exhibits, and farther away, Texas and…

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