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The Augusta Metcalfe & Break O'Day Farm


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The Augusta Metcalfe & Break O'Day Farm Break O'Day Farm and Metcalfe Museum, the historic homestead and repository for the works of Oklahoma pioneer and “Sagebrush Artist,” Augusta Corson Metcalfe


Directions: The museum is located southeast of Durham and the Antelope Hills in the scenic Black Kettle National Grassland in Roger Mills County. From Cheyenne, Oklahoma, travel north nine miles on Highway 283, then west twelve miles on EW 88, which will turn into EW 86. Follow the signs. From Roll, Oklahoma, go west eight miles on Highway 33 then south five miles. Again, follow the signs. From Highway 30, go east on Highway 33 to NS 176, then south three miles to EW86. Follow EW 86 down the hill to the museum at the end of the road. Signs point the way.


Admission: Free admission
Hours: Privately owned, appointments welcomed.
Address: Durham, OK
Phone: 580-655-4467
Fax: (580) 655-4654
Our Email: metcalfe@dobsonteleco.com
Our Website:http://www.metcalfemuseum.org/index.html

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