For years, The Tombstone Epitaph ® has chronicled the people, events and places of the Old West. Each issue delivers rich stories and illustrations about lawmen and outlaws, soldiers and Indians, settlers and towns, inventions and intrigues, frontier cookery, western humor and western travels. Select the type of order below... and enjoy the best of the old west!
Want to learn more about the showdown at the O.K. Corral ® on Oct. 26, 1881? Read the Epitaph's actual coverage of the gun battle between the Earps brothers and Doc Holliday and the cowboys, along with the eyewitness testimony of the event and a judge's decision clearing the Earps and Holliday of wrongdoing. Our most popular collector edition has it all!
Complete your Tombstone collection with a reproduction of the Epitaph's Volume 1, Number 1, published by John P. Clum on May 1, 1880. "Millions In It," Clum proclaimed on Page 1. Find out why! $3, including postage, in the U.S.; $4 outside U.S. (U.S. funds only.)
This exact reproduction of the Sept. 8, 1886 issue of The Daily Tombstone takes readers into town life in the mid-1880s, where fancy mixed drinks and a Lamarquisita cigar were among the enticements at the Willows, right next door to the O.K. Corral. Peruse the advertisements for a new undertaking A. J. Ritter¹s funeral home was for sale.
The Life and Times of Wyatt Earp (Sharp research on the West's most colorful gunfighter)
The Life and Times of Doc Holliday (Discover what Wyatt's quirky sidekick was really like)
The Life and Times of John Clum (Insight into one of America's last great frontiersmen)
Tombstone's Pioneering Prostitutes (Stories of the town's working women ... in vivid detail)
Order today and receive all 4 issues for one low price!
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The Tombstone Epitaph
P.O. Box 1880
Tombstone, AZ 85638-1880.