Metcalfe Museum

Augusta considered her first home to be located in the Oklahoma panhandle. So when an opportunity arose for her to exhibit there, she gladly accepted. The No Man’s Land Historical Museum, located on the campus of Panhandle State University in Goodwell, Oklahoma extended the invitation. On May 30, 1954, Nolan McWhirter, curator for the museum came to Durham to collect paintings to exhibit for the month of June. The museum featured, and still does, history of the Oklahoma panhandle area and items of early Oklahoma settlers. Augusta must have been pleased to have her work exhibited so close to her…

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Terry Duncan is the owner of Cut-n-Shoot Outdoors, located at 102 S Cearlock in Cheyenne, Oklahoma. Cut-n-Shoot is a veteran owned business dedicated to bringing

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