St. Paul's Episcopal Church
Title:
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused

Description:
Erected 1882 by Endicott Peabody, founder of Groton School, Mass.


Crystal Palace
Title:
Crystal Palace
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome

Description:
This historic bar was one of the most luxurious of Tombstone's early day saloons and gambling houses. Mike Roberts



Tombstone Arizona & Famous Crystal Palace Saloon
Title:
Tombstone Arizona & Famous Crystal Palace Saloon
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
Tombstone Arizona & Famous Crystal Palace Saloon "The Town Too Tough To Die" Tombstone got its name from Ed Schieffelin who was told "all he would find in his prospecting was his tombstone".


George Johnson-Hanged by mistake
Title:
George Johnson-Hanged by mistake
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo PM 1948 Oct-26

Description:
Frasher's Fotos Hanged by Mistake! One of the many interesting grave markers in Boothill Cemetery Tombstone, Arizona E-4235



Portion of Famous Boothill Cemetery
Title:
Portion of Famous Boothill Cemetery
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo PM 1948 Oct-22

Description:
U.S. Veterans' Monument in Background


Welcome to Tombstone and Boothill Graveyard
Title:
Welcome to Tombstone and Boothill Graveyard
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo PM 1948



Casualties of the EARP-CLANTON Feud
Title:
Casualties of the EARP-CLANTON Feud
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused

Description:
Tom McLowery,Frank McLowery, Billy Clanton. October 25, 1881


Boothill Grave Yard
Title:
Boothill Grave Yard
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo PM 1946 Jul-3



Main Street View
Title:
Main Street View
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused


Cochise County Court House
Title:
Cochise County Court House
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused



The Former Cochise County Courthouse
Title:
The Former Cochise County Courthouse
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
Hughart Completed in 1882, was in the early days the most imposing structure in southern Arizona. Its large courtroom was the scene of many dramatic trials - the jail led from the courthouse to the basement, and the courtyard to the northwest was the location of several hangings. Dexter Press, Inc.


St. Paul's Episcopal Church
Title:
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused



Tombstone Arizona & Famous Crystal Palace Saloon
Title:
Tombstone Arizona & Famous Crystal Palace Saloon
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
The Town Too Tough to Die Tombstone got its name from Ed Schieffelin who was told "all he would find in his prospecting was his tombstone."


Office of the Tombstone Epitaph
Title:
Office of the Tombstone Epitaph
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused

Description:
Tombstone, Arizona, the only town in the world where you can read your own Epitaph before breakfast



Lookout Lodge
Title:
Lookout Lodge
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused


Famous Boothill Graveyard, Tombstone, Arizona
Title:
Famous Boothill Graveyard, Tombstone, Arizona
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo PM 1939 Mar-16

Description:
With a view of the Dragoon Mts. and Sheepshead



Boothill Graveyard
Title:
Boothill Graveyard
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused

Description:
Series 6-Y-458 Red River Tom Shot by Ormsby


Lookout Lodge
Title:
Lookout Lodge
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
Dick Parrish Highway 80 West. Phone 457-2223. Tombstone's newest and finest luxury motel at reasonable rates, individually controlled refrigeration and heating, heated pool, telephones. Free TVs and carpeted. Continental breakfast served. Located on a hill overlooking historic Tombstone



Old Court House
Title:
Old Court House
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused


Looking Over Tombstone
Title:
Looking Over Tombstone
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused

Description:
A town too tough to die. At one time a bustling mining city of the West



Boot Hill
Title:
Boot Hill
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused

Description:
Ride smoothly, eat well, sleep comfortably along the historic Old Santa Fe Trail. Where they were buried with boots on. Boot Hill became a national shrine because of the role it played in the development of Coronadoland Territory across the Arkansas River was Mexico - only part of US ever under five flags


Historic Old Court House
Title:
Historic Old Court House
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused

Description:
Built 1882



The town to tough to die
Title:
The town to tough to die
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused


Old Fire Department
Title:
Old Fire Department
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused



Schieffelin Hall, built 1881
Title:
Schieffelin Hall, built 1881
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused


Corner of Toughut Street and 5th
Title:
Corner of Toughut Street and 5th
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo

Description:
Showing Nellie Cashman's Old Boarding House



Tombstone, Arizona
Title:
Tombstone, Arizona
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
Bob Petley "The Town Too Tough To Die" Tombstone got its name from Ed Schieffelin who was told "all he would find in his prospecting was his tombstone."


World's Largest Rose Bush
Title:
World's Largest Rose Bush
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
is a white Lady Banksia. The original root came from Scotland in 1885. From a single trunk it spreads over an arbor that covers over 6,000 square feet. Each spring it is covered with millions of tiny white roses



Original Oriental Saloon
Title:
Original Oriental Saloon
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused


Allen Street, "The Main Drag"
Title:
Allen Street, "The Main Drag"
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
"The town too tough to die."



Allen Street, "The Main Drag"
Title:
Allen Street, "The Main Drag"
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome PM 1960 Mar-5

Description:
"The town too tough to die."


World's Largest Rose Bush
Title:
World's Largest Rose Bush
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Linen

Description:
This famous Rose bush is a White Lady Banksia growing in the patio at the Rose Tree Inn at Tombstone, Arizona. It grows from one trunk more than fifty-four inches in circumference to a height of nine feet, then spreads over an arbor more than 63 x 65 feet. In a season it bears hundreds of thousands of fragrant blossoms. Sixty post support this Rose Bush and two hundred can easily be seated to dine in its shade at one time. It was planted about 1885



Adobe Lodge Motel
Title:
Adobe Lodge Motel
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome

Description:
Tombstone's Finest and most Convenient, near all downtown museums and historic attractions. A home like atmosphere with Free T.V., Refrigeration and Heating individually controlled, Free Parking, Carpeted, Two Room Family Accomodations, and at Modern Rates


Tombstone
Title:
Tombstone
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome PM 1966 Jul-13

Description:
Series 81017 "The Town Too Tough To Die" Tombstone got its name from Ed Schieffelin who was told "all he would find in his prospecting was his tombstone."



Tombstone
Title:
Tombstone
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Series P89428 Tombstone got its name from Ed Schieffelin who was told “all he would find in his prospecting was his tombstone.”


Wells Fargo Stage Office
Title:
Wells Fargo Stage Office
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
Served as depot for all the famous stages to Tombstone in the famous 1880's. today it is a museum which makes one feel he is entering the atmosphere of the old days



Bird Cage Theater
Title:
Bird Cage Theater
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
A famous theatre in a famous town, the Bird Cage was the stage for the old timers who were venturesome enough to play to an audience of miners, gunmen, rustlers and desperados in a town drenched in sin and silver.


Episcopal Church
Title:
Episcopal Church
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Built in 1881, it is the oldest standing Protestant Church in Arizona.



Famous Bird Cage Theatre
Title:
Famous Bird Cage Theatre
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Famous Bird Cage Theatre Tombstone, Arizona. Still stands unchanged except for strengthening the base of wall, now a museum, containing many items of the early Tombstone era.


Sheep's Head Mountain
Title:
Sheep's Head Mountain
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused



Sheep's Head Mountain
Title:
Sheep's Head Mountain
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused


Sheeps Head Mountain
Title:
Sheeps Head Mountain
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused



Tombstone Epitaph
Title:
Tombstone Epitaph
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
Newspaper Office. Arizona's oldest continuous newspaper, founded during the roaring days of the early Tombstone and still publishing a regular paper.


Episcopal Church
Title:
Episcopal Church
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
Episcopal Church of tombstone, Arizona. Built in 1881, it is the oldest standing protestant Church in Arizona.



Boothill Graveyard
Title:
Boothill Graveyard
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
Dan Down Red Sample Tex Howard Bill DeLaney Dan Kelly legally hanged Mar. 8 1884. Here in the quiet solitude of Boothill lies a wealth of stories of romance, adventure, murder and lynchings. The five men whose names appear on the tombstone where hanged for the part in a holdup that cost the lives of three respected citizens.


John Heath Grave
Title:
John Heath Grave
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
John Heath taken from county jail & Lynched by Bisbee Mob in Tombstone Feb. 22 1884



Bird Cage Theatre
Title:
Bird Cage Theatre
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
A famous theatre in a famous town, the Bird Cage was the stage for the old timers who were venturesome enough to play to an audience of miners, gunmen, rustlers and desperados in a town drenched in sin and silver.


Schieffelin Hall
Title:
Schieffelin Hall
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
One of the oldest buildings in Arizona



The Crystal Palace
Title:
The Crystal Palace
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
The Crystal Palace of the 110 saloons flourishing in its heyday, the Crystal Palace was probably the most famous, occupying the prize location at the junction of Allen and Fifth, Tombstone, Arizona.


Tombstone, Allen Street
Title:
Tombstone, Allen Street
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
"The Main Drag" of Tombstone, Arizona - "The town too tough to die."



Tombstone
Title:
Tombstone
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
Tombstone Arizona & Famous Crystal palace Saloon. "The Town too Tough To Die" Tombstone got its name from Ed Schieffelin Who was told "all he would find in his prospecting was his tombstone."


Tombstone
Title:
Tombstone
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
"The Town too Tough To Die" Tombstone got its name from Ed Schieffelin Who was told "all he would find in his prospecting was his tombstone."



Schieffelin Monument
Title:
Schieffelin Monument
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused

Description:
To Memory of Ed Schieffelin who named the city of Tombstone after his discovery of the first gold silver vein in the district, Tombstone, Arizona.


Main Street
Title:
Main Street
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome PM 1956



Casualties Of The Earp-Clanton Feud
Title:
Casualties Of The Earp-Clanton Feud
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo PM 1945

Description:
Tom McLowery, Frank McLawery, Billie Clanton, October 25, 1881


Old Fire Department
Title:
Old Fire Department
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo PM 1955 Sep-14



View of Tombstone from Above
Title:
View of Tombstone from Above
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused

Description:
A town too tough to die. At one time a bustling mining city of the West


The Old Hotel Nobles and Schieffelin Hall
Title:
The Old Hotel Nobles and Schieffelin Hall
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo PM 1910 May-3



Bird Cage Theatre and Coffee Shop
Title:
Bird Cage Theatre and Coffee Shop
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused


Old Faro Table
Title:
Old Faro Table
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused

Description:
Note the "Lookout's" Chair, at the famous Old Birdcage Theatre



Boothill Graveyard
Title:
Boothill Graveyard
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused


Boothill Graveyard
Title:
Boothill Graveyard
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused



Boothill Graveyard
Title:
Boothill Graveyard
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused


Oldest Standing Courthouse in Arizona, built in 1882
Title:
Oldest Standing Courthouse in Arizona, built in 1882
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused



The Original Wells Fargo Express Office
Title:
The Original Wells Fargo Express Office
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused

Description:
A Town Too Tough to Die


Union High School
Title:
Union High School
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused



Front view of OK Corral
Title:
Front view of OK Corral
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome PM 1968 Mar-27

Description:
Scene of the Earp Clanton feud fight in Tombstone, Ariz., "The town too tough to die." Three men were killed and several injured in the fight that took place between the Lawmen and the outlaws during the waning of Tombstone's Hey Days with Marshal Wyatt Earp, his brother and Doc Holliday on one side and the Clanton Clan on the other. Tombstone is located on U.S. Hiway 80, 23 miles south of Benson, Arizona and is visited by thousands yearly


Tombstone Epitaph
Title:
Tombstone Epitaph
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Chrome PM 1958 Feb-27

Description:
Arizona's oldest continuous newspaper, founded during the roaring days of the early Tombstone and still publishing a regular paper.



Greetings from Tombstone!
Title:
Greetings from Tombstone!
Tombstone Arizona (AZ), Linen unused

Description:
See Tombstone the town too touch to die perfect climate, history, romance. If you have read any of the many books written about tombstone or such of its colorful citizenry as Billy Clanton, the Earp Brothers, John Ringo, Doc Holliday, Bat Masterson, Johnny - Behind - the Deuce, the McLowery's, Crazy Horse Lie and Big Minnie - visit Tombstone and read their epitaphs in Boothill Graveyard; walk the streets of Tombstone and note the placards marking the spots where the various gun fights took place; visit Bird Cage Theater, rose Tree Inn, the old Episcopal church. The big silver mines and the 24 hour a day mining camp excitement have long since gone, but tombstone, too tough to die, is alive with memories of the frontier West and should be included in every tourist's itinerary.




Total: 69 Items