Charles Russell was a friend of the Bairs. This painting above the fireplace was done by him.
Try to find the framed envelopes and letters decorated by Russell. Even if you're not interested in western art, it would be cool to get an envelope like this.
There's a big display of Native American artifacts, with a real high-tech index. This is a picture of Case 1 on the computer screen.
Touch something on the screen and you get a popup with details about it.
This is a closeup of the Elktooth Dress in the display. (Seriously? Elk teeth? I'll have to think about that awhile.)
Certainly not what I'd have expected in a tiny town in the middle of Montana, but it was pretty cool. Click on the link for more pictures of the antique version of Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous: Charles M. Bair Family Museum
Another day while we were at White Sulphur Springs, we drove up Kings Hill Scenic Byway (Hwy 89) and went for a little hike to Memorial Falls. Pictures here: Kings Hill Scenic Byway