Metcalfe Museum

While it was a slow process, Augusta did gain some interest from those more local to her life. She sold paintings at local drug and feed stores. Additionally, she traded some paintings for services and products. Because there was so little financial gain at the time, she had to supplement the income with mortgages and gas leases. In the span of just 11 years, there were 23 lease and mortgage transactions. On these applications, she would list herself as a “single woman” or a “widow.” These business transactions increased her income by $3,400 in just one year. This income is…

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