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all-day Delayed Opening: Looking Through...
Delayed Opening: Looking Through...
Apr 2 – Jun 30 all-day
Delayed Opening: Looking Through Indian Eyes
This exhibit opening is delayed. *COVID19 pandemic “Looking Through Indian Eyes” will feature the art of Brent Learned, who is a member of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma. The show is April 2[...]

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Rolling in the 1909 Brush!

Every year in early September, we get a temporary exhibit – the 1909 Brush vehicle – thanks to Doug Rather, owner, who purchased it from Leon Wilson a few years ago.  As Mr. Rather says, “Mr. Wilson’s stipulation was that I would allow the museum to display it each year and I have no problem with that!” Visitors love seeing the original model and hearing the story of the Abernathy brothers, which is also taught to students during the fall session. Those two young boys drove one just like this 1,500 miles from New York to Oklahoma. The vehicle has a wooden undercarriage that is in great shape. This vehicle is used as a visual aid to teach the students about engineering, math and more!