Sculptures

Barefooted Sax Player

Barefooted-Sax-PlayerS

Dimensions: 8.875″hx6.625″wx7.875″d

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington
Price: $700.00

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Bass Player No. 1

Bass-Player-No1S

Dimensions: 6.375″hx8.875″wx6″d

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington

Private Collection of Joseph & Michel McHenry Portland OR

Bass Player No. 2

Bass-Player-No2S

Dimensions: 6.5″hx10.125″wx6.25″d

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington
Price: $700.00

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Congo Drummer

Congo-DrummerS

Dimensions: 9.125″hx6.125″wx7.125″d

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington
Price: $700.00

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Drummer No. 1

Drummer-No1

Dimensions: 6″h x 6.875″w x 6.9375″d

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington
Price: $700.00

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Drummer No. 2

Drummer-No2S

Dimensions: 6.3175″h x 6.25″w x 7″d

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington

Private Collection Vancouver, WA

Sax Serenade

The-Sax-SerenadeS

Dimensions: 8.25″hx7″wx6.875″d

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington
Price: $700.00

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BlackUSA History

Marion Anderson Singer

Alexander L. Twilight First African-American to get a college degree

Maria Stewart First American-born woman to speak publicly

Eubie Blake Famed pianist

Thomas C. Cannon Jr. Helped develop the Tactical Optical Fiber Connector (TOFC).

Elias Neau Slave school

Eliza Ann Gardner underground raildway conductor

Integration began in Washingtion Integration began in Washingtion

Desegregation of Central High School Desegregation of Central High School, Little Rock Ark

Paul Cuffee merchant, Shipbuilder

William Hinton Developed a test for the detection of syphilis

Anderew Brimmer The frist black person to serve on the Federal Reserve Board

Joseph Lee Inventor of the first bread-making machine

Charles Wesley Charles Wesley

Hanging of Nat Turner Slave Revolt Leader