Metcalfe Museum

I knew that Augusta was a special women in regard to being a single mother who cared for her invalid mother as well as being the breadwinner of her household. People have written about her strength and her grit. However, as I was working on this week’s story for the paper, I came across information that Suzzanne Kelley noted in her Thesis. The Oklahoma Farmer-Stockman raved about Augusta’s paintings that had been displayed at the Oklahoma State Fair. The article, titled “Lighten Woman’s Burden,” instructed women to “reach out for themselves and rise above the daily grind of household duty…

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