Preserved Moments of Historical Sass (Vol.2)
The first post seems to have tickled your fancy, so over the past month I've been collecting photos on the internet, as well as submissions from readers who rifled through their attics to help me compile more preserved moments of historical sass! Found in Good Housekeeping, June 1952
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Site of Johnny Ringo's suicide near Tombstone AZ. Ringo was a friend of the Clantons and McLaurys and disliked the Earp brothers. He may have been involved in the ambush shooting of Virgil Earp that left Earp's arm crippled for the rest of his life.
This is a photo of Wyatt Earp. Earp moved to San Diego and opened the Oyster Bar in the “anything goes” area called the Stingaree District. The streets were lined with brass bands, barkers, and pitchmen urging pedestrians to tumble into one bar or another. Inside the bars, tourists, businessmen, and con men all rubbed shoulders to gamble on cards, roulette, bull fights, bear fights, and chicken fights. Wyatt Earp resided at the Kate Saddlery Hotel now part of the Horton Grand Hotel.
William F. Cody lived an interesting life as a scout, Indian fighter and buffalo hunter. However, his main contribution for posterity was the popularisation of the "Western." His cowboy shows did much
Long Branch Saloon
In 1878 Dodge City’s population was less than 1000, yet the town sported 16 saloons. Most renowned of these was the Long Branch Saloon. Singing, dancing and women were not allowed north of the railroad tracks where the Long Branch was located. Entertainment was provided by owner Chalkley Beeson’s five piece orchestra, which later evolved into the famous Dodge City Cowboy Band. Dance halls and saloons south of the tracks offered more lively amusement and back rooms with soiled doves. …
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