Well Known sheep rancher and businessman. Married Miss Mary Jacobs of St. Johns, Mich., in 1886. Father of Alberta and Marguerite (Mrs. Dave Lamb). Fox Theater / Alberta Bair Theater sits on site of their home. Large sheep operations at Winnett and Martinsdale. Director of the Bair-Colllins Coal Company. Partner in the Two Leggins Canal in Big Horn County. See Fourteen Cents & Seven Green Apples by Rostad. See History of Montana by Burlingame; See Capitalism on the Frontier by Van West. See Many of Men Who Pioneered in Sheep, Billings Gazette, January 28, 1934, p. 11. Died March 8, 1943. See Charles M. Bair Succumbs Here, Billings Gazette, March 9, 1943, p.1. See the CM Bair Family Museum at Martinsdale.
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Billings Gazette, January 28, 1934, p. 11.
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