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The writer Joseph C. Drum was involved in the theater scene in Greenwich Village in the late 1910s. Drum copyrighted a play called "Murdock's Pardner" in 1916 and in the early 1920s published stories in at least two Western-themed short story magazines.
A playbill for the Greenwich Village Follies, 1919
Joseph Drum appears in this playbill as the press representative for "Bohemians, Inc.," the organization that put on the Follies each year.