Cockney sharp shooters?
Found image. This photograph was taken in The Fancy Dress Studio at 37 Oxford Street, London. The other two cards were taken at the same place but are not marked as such.
In a rare photo of the couple together, Josie Marcus sits with Wyatt Earp in their desert camp at their Happy Days gold mine, across the river from Parker, Arizona, in the 1920s.
This web page includes an unusual photograph of President of Texas, 1836-1838, 1841-1844; Democratic Senator from Texas, 1846-1859, and a nice collection of historic photos.
Though his name isn't as widely known as that of Hickok, Billy The Kid or Doc Holliday, the greatest of all the old west gunfighters was Ben Thompson. Gunman, gambler, soldier on both sides of the border and Austin lawman, his life and death are the stuff of legend. "It is doubtful if in his time there was another man living who equalled him with a pistol in a life-and-death struggle" -Bat Masterson
Doc Hits Bottom (But Not Much Else) - True West Magazine
Mannie Hyman’s saloon in Leadville is where Doc Holliday’s last gunfight takes place. Leadville puts Tombstone, Arizona, in the shade, with its 120 saloons, 118 gambling halls, 110 beer gardens and 35 brothels.
Arizona Vintage Linen Postcard Famous Ranches of Arizona
Details: Very nice Arizona Vintage Linen Postcard - Famous Ranches of Arizona. Age: Circa 1941 Size: 3/5 x 5/5 inches Publisher: Curt Teich Condition: Good - minor corner wear and surface stains on back Postally used: No Writing on back: No Thank you very much for looking. Please visit my shop http://www.etsy.com/shop/fikesfuntiques for other vintage postcards and other great items. All postcards are shipped in a hard plastic top loader for protection. I will combine shipping with other…
Wyatt Earp Dodge City Peacemaker Rifle Brass Flat Tag K266
Wyatt Earp dodge City peacemaker rifle brass flat tag #K266 in Collectibles, Cultures & Ethnicities, Western Americana
The Meanest Towns in the West
The following is an article from the book History's Lists from Uncle John's Bathroom Reader. From the archives of the Old West, we've culled a list of the most notorious places on the frontier. Here's our countdown of the baddest of the bad, meanest of the mean, Wild West towns. Some historians say that the Wild West wasn't as dangerous as we've been led to believe by Hollywood, but there's no doubt that some frontier towns were beyond the immediate reach of the law -places where mischief…
Pearl Hart, née Taylor, (c. 1871 – after 1928) was a Canadian-born outlaw of the American Old West. She committed one of the last recorded stagecoach robberies in the United States; her crime gained notoriety primarily because of her gender. Many details of Hart's life are uncertain with available reports being varied and often contradictory.