Sufi Abdul “The Black Hitler” Hamid And Wife Stephanie “Queenie” Saint-Clair In Harlem, 1938 (Photograph)

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Harlem religious and labor leader, Sufi Abdul Hamid, aka “Black Hitler,” 1903 – 1938, in Harlem, NY.

In this photograph he is with his wife, Harlem mob boss, Stephanie Saint-Clair, aka “Queenie,” and “Queen Of The Harlem Racket,” 1886 – 1969, informal dress, January 23, 1938.

After Saint-Clair shot Hamid, he divorced her and married candle shop owner and fortune-teller Dorothy Hamid, who styled herself Madame Fu Futtam.

Photo credit: 1) Via source. 2) Sufi Abdul Hamid.

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