[Jacksonville. ca. 1921]. pp. on a folded sheet. Folio. Lightly dampstained, resulting in some wear and staining. Good. Item #733
Illustrated promotional for the Norman Film Manufacturing Company, advertising “The Bull-Dogger” starring African-American cowboy Bill Pickett. The center two pages comprise a single spread, with several images from the film, as well as promotional text. “Your patrons are crying for ‘the pictures of to-day’ and not of ‘Slavery times.’ Pictures of real facts and what present day Colored Heroes are doing. Pictures that are free from the usual mimicry of the colored man; free from ‘race problems’ that engender friction. Pictures that show the colored man’s skill in death defying feats of courage and skill.” The back page is comprised entirely of images of “real colored cowboys.”.