Tombstone AZ -- this place was awesome.. loved going to the birdhouse theater. and to the gun shows. and this tombstone was funny but yet. kinda not at all.
Jennie the Assaulter This is an old mug shot photograph of a lady named Jennie McCleary that was taken in November 1893 at the Arizona Territorial Prison in the town of Yuma. She was sentenced to a term of 18 months in the territorial prison for the crime of aggravated assault on November 3, 1893 and was transported to the prison 16 days later.
Geronimo. Born June, 1829. Member of the Bedonkohe Apache tribe in No-doyohn Canon, Arizona, near present day Clifton, Arizona. Was called Goyathlay (One Who Yawns.) In 1846, when he was seventeen, he was admitted to the Council of the Warriors, married a woman named Alope, and the couple had three children.
A Jerome, Arizona, harlot shows off her finery in this photograph that was probably taken in the red light district on Hull Avenue. Some have speculated she may have been intoxicated, given that she is leaning on a wall and appears to have been held steady by the woman behind her.
Commodore Perry Owens, sheriff of Navajo County, Arizona Territory and winner of the second most famous gunfight in Arizona history, in Holbrook, Sept. 1887 as part of what is sometimes called the Graham-Tewksbury feud. Within the space of seconds, Owens fired only 5 shots, killing Andy Cooper, Sam Blevins, Mose Roberts and wounding John Blevins.