Tombstone, AZ Photos

Historic Tombstone, once a wealthy silver & gold mining town, was the site of the gunfight at the OK Corral while Wyatt Earp was sheriff. In the late 1800s, The Bird Cage Theatre hosted famous opera singers & Boot Hill Cemetery filled with the results of hangings & shootings.

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Main street of Tombstone. Tombstone, AZ.Bird Cage Theatre. Tombstone, AZ.OK Corral. Tombstone, AZ.OK Corral. Tombstone, AZ.
Main street of frontier town. Tombstone, AZ.Bird Cage Theatre where several famous 19th c opera stars performed. Tombstone, AZ.OK Corral site of Earp-Clanton gunfight on Oct. 26, 1881. Tombstone, AZ.OK Corral with figures marking where Earp & Clanton gang stood during famous gunfight Oct. 26, 1881. Tombstone, AZ.
Tombstone Courthouse. Tombstone, AZ.Boothill Cemetery. Tombstone, AZ.Boothill Cemetery. Tombstone, AZ.
Tombstone Courthouse (1882) (219 E Toughnut St.). Tombstone, AZ.Boothill Cemetery tombstone of 5 legally hanged men on March 8, 1884. Tombstone, AZ.Overview of Boothill Cemetery which gained its name because so many died with boots on. Tombstone, AZ.

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