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Prostitution license in Tombstone. This 'soiled dove' became Wyatt Earp's common law wife of forty-plus years.

Prostitution license in Tombstone. This 'soiled dove' became Wyatt Earp's common law wife of forty-plus years. Signed by Wyatt Earp, she was using the stage name Sadie Jo

Josephine Earp

Josephine Sarah Marcus Earp was an American part-time actress and dancer who was best known as "Sadie", Earp's common-law wife for 46 years

Virgil Earp's widow Allie in her 90's with author Frank Waters. She lived until 1947. She collaborated on a book with Waters that depicted her brother-in-law Wyatt Earp in a less than flattering light.

Virgil Earp's widow Allie in her with author Frank Waters. She lived until She collaborated on a book with Waters that depicted her brother in law Wyatt Earp in a less than flattering light.

This is a prostitution license from Tombstone, AZ. $7.50 for one year. This one is for a woman who called herself Sadie Jo (prostitutes rarely used their real names). And if you look at the bottom left, it's signed by Wyatt Earp! Even more special, Wyatt Earp ended up marrying Miss Sadie Jo!

This is a prostitution license from Tombstone, AZ. Seven dollars and fifty cents for one year. This one is for a woman who called herself Sadie Jo (prostitutes rarely used their real names). And if you look at the bottom left, it's signed by Wyatt Earp!

Gunslinger & killer Luke Short, born in MS in 1854 but raised in TX. Left home in teens, he worked as cowboy,  illegal whiskey trade & professional gambler. He also later invested in various saloons. Short had reputation for his gun skills, but  most famous event was the Dodge City War. The city wanted to be rid of he & his saloon, but with the help of Bat Masterson, Wyatt Earp & posse of desperados, the town decided to let Luke Short reopen his saloon. In 1887 won a shoot-out with…

He looks so dapper and refined! Luke Short - called the "Undertaker's Friend" . an Old West dandy, gentleman gambler, friend of Wyatt Earp and Bat Masterson, all around dangerous man with a gun.

Doc Holliday. After Wyatt left Tombstone for California, Doc Holliday ended up alone in Glenwood Springs, Colorado where he died from the effects of the Tuberculosis that had hounded him for years.

After Wyatt left Tombstone for California, Doc Holliday ended up alone in Glenwood Springs, Colorado where he died from the effects of the Tuberculosis that had hounded him for years.

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