Tombstone Photograph Archive

Wyatt Earp- Lawman, gambler, and storyteller. After Stuart Lake's Wyatt Earp: Frontier Marshal (1931) was published, Wyatt Earp became the most famous lawman of the old west.

Doc Holliday- Former Dentist turned gambler. He was a friend of the Earps and was with them during the infamous "Gunfight at the OK Corral."

John Ringo came to Arizona in 1879. He brought with him a notorious reputation based on his participation in the Mason County War in Texas.

Wyatt Earp and Bat Masterson in Dodge City, Kansas, prior to Earp's arrival in Tombstone.

Photograph of Tombstone circa. 1881. The men are standing in front of the Tombstone Epitaph Newspaper office.

Photograph showing a hilltop view of the city of Tombstone circa 1882.

Horse drawn wagon used during this period.