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Owen Wister Cabin opens at Med Bow Museum

The Owen Wister Cabin residing at the Medicine Bow Museum (MBM) is open after being closed for four years.

"It got re-painted and refurbished," MBM worker Howard Bame said. "It was looking pretty rough before."

The Owen Wister Cabin is a significant building to the museum and the country, according to MBM Director Sharon Biamon, because it is a place the author built himself and lived for a time after he completed his most famous work, the 1902 novel "The Virginian: A Horseman of the Plains" (The Virginian). The novel made Medicine Bow world famous. The book is also widely regarded as being...


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