The Highwaymen at the Sample McDougald House

The Sample-McDougald House hosts the Highwaymen

James Gibson, one of the original Florida Highwaymen, at the Sample-McDougald House on March 22.James Gibson, one of the original Florida Highwaymen, at the Sample-McDougald House on March 22.
James Gibson, one of the original Florida Highwaymen, at the Sample-McDougald House on March 22.
Willie C. Reagan, one of the original Florida Highwaymen, at a presentation of the Florida Highwaymen's art at the Sample-McDougald House on March 22.Willie C. Reagan, one of the original Florida Highwaymen, at a presentation of the Florida Highwaymen's art at the Sample-McDougald House on March 22.
Willie C. Reagan, one of the original Florida Highwaymen, at a presentation of the Florida Highwaymen's art at the Sample-McDougald House on March 22.
Carnell Smith, president of the Florida Highwaymen, is honored by the Eta Nu Chapter of Omega Phi Psi at a display of the Florida Highwaymen at the Sample-McDougald House on March 22.Carnell Smith, president of the Florida Highwaymen, is honored by the Eta Nu Chapter of Omega Phi Psi at a display of the Florida Highwaymen at the Sample-McDougald House on March 22.
Carnell Smith, president of the Florida Highwaymen, is honored by the Eta Nu Chapter of Omega Phi Psi at a display of the Florida Highwaymen at the Sample-McDougald House on March 22.
Carnell Smith, one of the original Florida Highwaymen, paints at the Sample-McDougald House. He is the president of the Florida Highwaymen. He is one of the original Florida Highwaymen and began painting in 1965 and is still painting. When he started painting, African American painters faced obstacles in displaying their works in art galleries and museums. Members of the original Florida Highwaymen would sell their work on the side of roads or directly to buyers.Carnell Smith, one of the original Florida Highwaymen, paints at the Sample-McDougald House. He is the president of the Florida Highwaymen. He is one of the original Florida Highwaymen and began painting in 1965 and is still painting. When he started painting, African American painters faced obstacles in displaying their works in art galleries and museums. Members of the original Florida Highwaymen would sell their work on the side of roads or directly to buyers.
Carnell Smith, one of the original Florida Highwaymen, paints at the Sample-McDougald House. He is the president of the Florida Highwaymen. He is one of the original Florida Highwaymen and began painting in 1965 and is still painting. When he started painting, African American painters faced obstacles in displaying their works in art galleries and museums. Members of the original Florida Highwaymen would sell their work on the side of roads or directly to buyers.