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    William Hattich, Tombstone (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1981). This is a reprint of this 1903 work published by the Tombstone Daily Prospector in commemoration of the arrival of the railroad in Tombstone. The foreword to this edition is written by John D. Gilchriese. William Hattich was the editor of the Tombstone Daily Prospector from 1896 to 1913. Gilchriese was as noted collector, author, and close friend of Hattich until the latter's death in 1964. The book, a folio consisting of 54 pages, is full of illustrations depicting scenes of Tombstone and of the town's notable citizens. The book is in mint condition.


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    June, 2016
    11th Saturday
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