Program at fair will focus on C.M. Russell's wife
Last updated 7/20/2016 at 7:32pm
The Faber Schoolhouse on the Great Northern Fairgrounds is a symbol of yesteryear.
It will come alive Thursday night when Mary Jane Bradbury tells the story of Nancy Cooper Russell, wife of the famed artist Charles M. Russell.
The actress and historian Bradbury will portray Nancy Cooper Russell at 6 p.m. at the schoolhouse, a building that was used to educate children in the Bear Paw Mountains a century ago before it was moved to the fairgrounds.
The program is sponsored by the H. Earl Clack Memorial Museum through Humanities Montana.
Members of the museum’s board spent the weekend...
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