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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Tombstone Courthouse. Tombstone, AZ.Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park Museum. Tombstone, AZ.Entrance of Tombstone Courthouse Museum in former Cochise County Court. Tombstone, AZ.Original courtroom at Tombstone Courthouse Museum. Tombstone, AZ.
Tombstone Courthouse (1882) (219 E Toughnut St.). Tombstone, AZ. Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park Museum. Tombstone, AZ.Entrance of Tombstone Courthouse Museum in former Cochise County Court. Tombstone, AZ.Original courtroom at Tombstone Courthouse Museum. Tombstone, AZ.
Bird Cage Theatre. Tombstone, AZ.Bar at Bird Cage Theatre. Tombstone, AZ.OK Corral. Tombstone, AZ.OK Corral. Tombstone, AZ.
Bird Cage Theatre (as preserved 1881). Tombstone, AZ.Bar at Bird Cage Theatre. 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.
Gunfight re-enactors at OK Corral site on Allen St. Tombstone, AZ.Covered wooden sidewalks surround Quong Kee's Can Can restaurant building. Tombstone, AZ.Covered wooden sidewalk along Allen Street between OK Corral & what was originally Quong Kee's Can Can restaurant building. Tombstone, AZ.Heritage buildings originally Hafford's Corner Saloon & Sultana Cigar Store & Card Room. Tombstone, AZ.
Gunfight re-enactors at OK Corral site on Allen St. Tombstone, AZ.Covered wooden sidewalks surround Quong Kee's Can Can restaurant building (1879) (Allen at 4th). Tombstone, AZ.Covered wooden sidewalk along Allen Street between OK Corral & what was originally Quong Kee's Can Can restaurant building (1879). Tombstone, AZ.Heritage buildings originally Hafford's Corner Saloon & Sultana Cigar Store & Card Room (Allen at 4th). Tombstone, AZ.
Allen streetscape looking south from 4th with false front commercial buildings to project image of success & substance. Tombstone, AZ.Commercial false front former Alhambra Saloon plus Campbell & Hatch Saloon & Billiards buildings on Allen St. Tombstone, AZ.Originally Wells Fargo office now Ike Clanton's Haunted Hotel. Tombstone, AZ.Golden Eagle Brewery Saloon originally Crystal Palace with offices above including that of Virgil Earp, US Deputy Marshal. Tombstone, AZ.
Allen streetscape looking south from 4th with false front commercial buildings to project image of success & substance. Tombstone, AZ.Commercial false front former Alhambra Saloon plus Campbell & Hatch Saloon & Billiards (1881) buildings on Allen St. Tombstone, AZ.Originally Wells Fargo office (1881) now Ike Clanton's Haunted Hotel (436 Allen St.). Tombstone, AZ.Golden Eagle Brewery Saloon (1881) (420 Allen at 5th) originally Crystal Palace (1880) with offices above including that of Virgil Earp, US Deputy Marshal. Tombstone, AZ.
Covered sidewalks of Allen Street frame Crystal Palace. Tombstone, AZ.Stage coach passes Golden Eagle Brewery Saloon. Tombstone, AZ.Stage coach on pedestrianized Allen Street. Tombstone, AZ.Horse-drawn stage coach on Allen Street. Tombstone, AZ.
Covered sidewalks of Allen Street frame Crystal Palace. Tombstone, AZ.Stage coach passes Golden Eagle Brewery Saloon (1881) (420 Allen at 5th). Tombstone, AZ.Stage coach on pedestrianized Allen Street. Tombstone, AZ.Horse-drawn stage coach on Allen Street. Tombstone, AZ.
T. Miller's Tombstone Mercantile & Hotel. Tombstone, AZ.View down Allen St. from 6th past Bird Cage Theatre. Tombstone, AZ.Allen streetscape with covered sidewalks. Tombstone, AZ.Early Wells Fargo Express office & other early commercial buildings. Tombstone, AZ.
T. Miller's Tombstone Mercantile & Hotel (530 Allen St. at 6th). Tombstone, AZ.View down Allen St. from 6th past Bird Cage Theatre. Tombstone, AZ.Allen streetscape with covered sidewalks. Tombstone, AZ.Early Wells Fargo Express office & other early commercial buildings (Allen St. between 5th & 6th). Tombstone, AZ.
Longhorn restaurant, originally a clothing store. Tombstone, AZ.Former hotel. Tombstone, AZ.Cochise County Bank now tourist office. Tombstone, AZ.Allen English Adobe Home. Tombstone, AZ.
Longhorn restaurant, originally a clothing store (Allen St. at 5th). Tombstone, AZ.Former hotel (Allen St. between 4th & 5th). Tombstone, AZ.Cochise County Bank (1881) (Allen at 4th) now tourist office. Tombstone, AZ.Allen English Adobe Home (1882) (Toughnut at 3rd Sts.). Tombstone, AZ.
Allen English Adobe Home. Tombstone, AZ.The Rose Tree Museum home of world's largest rosebush. Tombstone, AZ.Pressed metal decoration along roofline of Rose Tree Museum building. Tombstone, AZ.Schieffelin Hall. Tombstone, AZ.
Allen English Adobe Home (1882) (Toughnut at 3rd Sts.). Tombstone, AZ.The Rose Tree Museum home of world's largest rosebush (4th at Toughnut Sts.). Tombstone, AZ.Pressed metal decoration along roofline of Rose Tree Museum building. Tombstone, AZ.Schieffelin Hall (1881) (Freemont St. at 4th). Tombstone, AZ.
Longhorn restaurant, originally a clothing store. Tombstone, AZ.Tombstone Epitaph Museum. Tombstone, AZ.Original Washington hand printing press by R. Hoe & Co. of New York City went by ship to San Francisco & was used in Gold Rush towns before Epitaph editor brought it to Tombstone at Tombstone Epitaph Museum. Tombstone, AZ.Typesetting examples at Tombstone Epitaph Museum. Tombstone, AZ.
Longhorn restaurant, originally a clothing store (Allen St. at 5th). Tombstone, AZ.Tombstone Epitaph Museum (1880) (9 S. 5th St.). Tombstone, AZ.Original Washington hand printing press (1856) by R. Hoe & Co. of New York City went by ship to San Francisco & was used in Gold Rush towns before Epitaph editor brought it to Tombstone at Tombstone Epitaph Museum. Tombstone, AZ.Typesetting examples at Tombstone Epitaph Museum. Tombstone, AZ.
Intertype typesetting machines at Tombstone Epitaph Museum. Tombstone, AZ.Antique letter press at Tombstone Epitaph Museum. Tombstone, AZ.Boothill Graveyard Cemetery entrance building. Tombstone, AZ.Graves among the cacti at Boothill Cemetery. Tombstone, AZ.
Intertype typesetting machines at Tombstone Epitaph Museum. Tombstone, AZ.Antique letter press at Tombstone Epitaph Museum. Tombstone, AZ.Boothill Graveyard Cemetery entrance building. Tombstone, AZ.Graves among the cacti at Boothill Cemetery. Tombstone, AZ.
Cross marks grave of Simon Constantine at Boothill Cemetery. Tombstone, AZ.Marker for George Johnson, Hanged by Mistake at Boothill Cemetery. Tombstone, AZ.Tomb marker of Seymour Dye Killed by Indians at Boothill Cemetery. Tombstone, AZ.Boothill Cemetery scene. Tombstone, AZ.
Cross marks grave of Simon Constantine (1882) at Boothill Cemetery. Tombstone, AZ.Marker for George Johnson, Hanged by Mistake (1882) at Boothill Cemetery. Tombstone, AZ.Tomb marker of Seymour Dye (1882) Killed by Indians at Boothill Cemetery. Tombstone, AZ.Boothill Cemetery scene. Tombstone, AZ.
Grave marker to murdered Billy Clanton & McLaurys at Boothill Cemetery. Tombstone, AZ.Tomb marker of John Heath Taken from jail & hanged by Bisbee mob at Boothill Cemetery. Tombstone, AZ.Fenced grave at Boothill Cemetery. Tombstone, AZ."Here Lies Lester Moor, Four Slugs from a 44, No Les, No More" grave marker at Boothill Cemetery. Tombstone, AZ.
Grave marker to murdered Billy Clanton & McLaurys (1881) at Boothill Cemetery. Tombstone, AZ.Tomb marker of John Heath (1884) Taken from jail & hanged by Bisbee mob at Boothill Cemetery. Tombstone, AZ.Fenced grave at Boothill Cemetery. Tombstone, AZ."Here Lies Lester Moor, Four Slugs from a 44, No Les, No More" grave marker at Boothill Cemetery. Tombstone, AZ.

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