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The Tombstone Daily Epitaph, July 13, 1882
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The Tombstone Daily Epitaph, July 13, 1882

The Tombstone Daily Epitaph, Tombstone, Cochise County, AZ, dated July 13, 1882, 4pp, 17.75 x 24 in., archivally framed, 25 x 31.75 in. A rare Arizona Territory newspaper printed within 9 months after the infamous October 1881 shootout between the Earps, Doc Holliday, and the Clanton and McLaury Brothers at the O.K. Corral. Featuring advertisements and references to various Tombstone, A.T. businesses and personalities, including: the Grand Opening of Spangenberg's Gun Store; the Union Iron Works of San Francisco, CA; $500 Reward for Cattle Thieves; Andy's Club Saloon; the Can Can Chop House; Bon Ton Saloon; Hercules Blasting & Sporting Powder; W.J. Horne's Electro-Magnetic Belt, which cures everything from kidney disease to impotency and nervousness; and Sandy Bob's Stage Line.
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Archivally framed using acid-free matting and UV-resistant glass; not examined outside of frame; few light stains along right and left margins.
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The Tombstone Daily Epitaph, July 13, 1882

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Jun 21, 2013
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0435: The Tombstone Daily Epitaph, July 13, 1882

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The Tombstone Daily Epitaph, July 13, 1882

The Tombstone Daily Epitaph, Tombstone, Cochise County, AZ, dated July 13, 1882, 4pp, 17.75 x 24 in., archivally framed, 25 x 31.75 in. A rare Arizona Territory newspaper printed within 9 months after the infamous October 1881 shootout between the Earps, Doc Holliday, and the Clanton and McLaury Brothers at the O.K. Corral. Featuring advertisements and references to various Tombstone, A.T. businesses and personalities, including: the Grand Opening of Spangenberg's Gun Store; the Union Iron Works of San Francisco, CA; $500 Reward for Cattle Thieves; Andy's Club Saloon; the Can Can Chop House; Bon Ton Saloon; Hercules Blasting & Sporting Powder; W.J. Horne's Electro-Magnetic Belt, which cures everything from kidney disease to impotency and nervousness; and Sandy Bob's Stage Line.
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Archivally framed using acid-free matting and UV-resistant glass; not examined outside of frame; few light stains along right and left margins.

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