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The Life and Times of Wyatt Earp
Sharp research on the West's most colorful gunfighter.
The Life and Times of Doc Holliday
Reports on what Wyatt's quirky sidekick was really like.
The Life and Times of John Clum
Insight into one of America's last great frontiersmen.
Tombstone's Pioneering Prostitutes
Stories of the town's working women ... in vivid detail!
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Read eyewitness accounts of the October 26, 1881, Gunfight at the O.K. Corral ® involving the Earps brothers, Doc Holliday, and the Clantons and McLaury’s. Includes the participants’ testimony at the murder trial, along with the judge's decision exonerating Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday. Our most popular collector edition.
Complete your Tombstone collection with a reproduction of The Epitaph (volume 1, number 1), published by John P. Clum on May 1, 1880. Clum believed that "no Tombstone is complete without its epitaph" - and he saw Tombstone as a wealth-producing engine of change. "Millions In It!" he proclaimed on page 1 of this first issue. For Clum and other investors, Tombstone's silver riches would attract capital that would set the stage for growth and development. The city would mature to that "city upon the hill" and become a beacon as bright as "ancient Rome."
This exact reproduction of the September 8, 1886 issue of The Daily Tombstone, "Cochise County's only Republican newspaper." Describes the vibrant town life of Tombstone in the mid-1880s. Here fancy mixed drinks and a Lamarquisita cigar were among the enticements at the Willows, right next door to the O.K. Corral - next to advertisements for the sale of A.J. Ritter¹s Funeral Home.
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The Tombstone Epitaph
P.O. Box 1880
Tombstone, AZ 85638-1880