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The mining camp was born when a prospector named Ed Schieffelin looked out on the mountains from where he stood at Camp Huachuca, Arizona. Thinking that the rich colors of the mountains looked like a promising place to prospect, he commented on this to a nearby soldier

Tombstone, AZ - Allen Street Today

Tombstone, AZ - Allen Street Today

Tombstone, AZ - Allen Street, 1882

Tombstone, AZ - Allen Street, 1882

Tombstone, AZ - Big Nose Kates

Tombstone, AZ - Big Nose Kates

Tombstone, AZ - Birdcage Theatre

Tombstone, AZ - Birdcage Theatre

Tombstone, AZ - Birdcage Theatre, 1940

Tombstone, AZ - Birdcage Theatre, 1940

Tombstone, AZ - Boot Hill Graveyard

Tombstone, AZ - Boot Hill Graveyard

Tombstone, AZ - Buildings, 1937

Tombstone, AZ - Buildings, 1937

Tombstone, AZ - Crystal Palace

Tombstone, AZ - Crystal Palace

Tombstone, AZ - Crystal Palace, 1937

Tombstone, AZ - Crystal Palace, 1937

Tombstone, AZ - Early

Tombstone, AZ - Early

Tombstone, AZ - Epitaph, 1940

Tombstone, AZ - Epitaph, 1940

Tombstone, AZ - Fire Station, 1937

Tombstone, AZ - Fire Station, 1937

Tombstone, AZ - Nellie Cashman House

Tombstone, AZ - Nellie Cashman House

Tombstone, AZ - Ok Corral

Tombstone, AZ - Ok Corral

Tombstone, AZ - Panorama, 1909

Tombstone, AZ - Panorama, 1909

Tombstone, AZ - Rose Tree Inn

Tombstone, AZ - Rose Tree Inn

Tombstone, AZ - Rose Tree Inn, vintage

Tombstone, AZ - Rose Tree Inn, vintage

Tombstone, AZ - Schieffelin Hall Today

Tombstone, AZ - Schieffelin Hall Today

Tombstone, AZ - Schieffelin Hall Vintage

Tombstone, AZ - Schieffelin Hall Vintage

Tombstone, AZ - Street

Tombstone, AZ - Street