HISTORIC SAMPLE-MCDOUGALD HOUSE FEATURES PORCELAIN ARTIST MARY BELLE CORDELL
One of South Florida’s most distinctive historic structures, the Sample-McDouald House was built in 1916 by Albert Neal Sample, a Pompano area pioneer. The house was originally located on Dixie Highway, in the midst of Sample’s pineapple fields.
In 1943 the house was purchased by William D. McDougald, a Deerfield Beach farmer and lawman. The family preserved the house’s original architectural style. The structure was moved to the current location and is now open to the public for tours and special events. It serves as a visible reminder of our pioneer heritage.
Mary Belle will be exhibiting her porcelain art at this historic house from March 5th until March 21st, 2014.
Call 954-691-5686 for museum hours.