Tombstone's Yesterdays manuscript, 1928-1928.

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Walters, Lorenzo D. Tombstone's Yesterdays manuscript, 1928-1928.

Tombstone's Yesterdays manuscript, 1928-1928.

Summary: A typewritten manuscript by Lorenzo Walters that was published as a book entitled "Tombstone's Yesterdays" in 1928. The manuscript includes handwritten changes. The book is a collection of articles on criminals and law enforcement in the Southwest. It includes articles on Tom Horn, Pat Garrett, Apache Kid, John Slaughter, Pearl Hart, Billy the Kid, the Yuma Penitentiary, Billy Brazelton, Curly Bill Brocius, the Earps and others. Walters published Tombstone's Yesterdays in 1928 after the articles appeared serially in Progressive Arizona and the Southwest.

.25 linear ft. (1 box)

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Brocius, William.

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Brazelton, William Whitney, d.1878.

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Apache Kid, ca. 1860.

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Walters, Lorenzo D.

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Biographical note: Lorenzo D. Walters, peace officer and author, was interested in criminals of Arizona and the Southwest. He worked as a peace officer employed by the Santa Fe Railroad, and employed by the Tucson police force in 1924. From the description of Tombstone's Yesterdays manuscript, 1928-1928. (Arizona Historical Society, Southern Arizona Division). WorldCat record id: 47800631 ...

Earp, Wyatt, 1848-1929

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Lawman, U.S. marshal, and gunfighter of the American West; b. in Monmouth, Ill.; after serving as a peace officer in Kansas, was involved in the controversial gunfight at the O.K. Corral in Tombstone, Ariz., in 1881; b. Wyatt Berry Stapp Earp. From the description of Wyatt Earp collection, 1839-[ongoing]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70954219 ...

Hart, Pearl

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