When a cowboy is wrongfully accused of murder, he assumes the identity of a Harlem gangster; to whom he bears a striking resemblance.
2015.167.21.1ab: 16mm black and white films.
Framed for his boss' murder by the victim's unfaithful wife, Bob Blake (A.K.A. 'The Singing Cowboy') escapes to New York. In Harlem he meets his look-alike, a gangster named Deacon. When Deacon is killed by a rival gang, Bob, disguised as the dead gangster, returns to his home town to clear his name.
WorldCat. Accessed on August 12, 2016 (https://www.worldcat.org/title/two-gun-man-from-harlem/oclc/32249820&referer=brief_results)
A small pocket journal with brown cardboard covers written by Richard T. Jones. The spine is covered in a dark green adhesive fabric. The pocket journal opens from the top. Inside the journal are several written entries detailing a trip to Yellowstone Park with General Philip H. Sheridan. Entries are written in pencil. Written in ink on the front page is “A Trip to the Yellowstone / Park / in Aug 1882 / with Genl P.H. Sheridan.” At the bottom of the front page, written upside down, is an address written in pencil “1553 Mich Ave.” The first entry is found on the second page and begins “Incidents of a Journey to the / National Park with General / Philip Sheridan and nine other / Officers and Gentlemen…” The pages of the journal are lined.