Finishing up my third edition of Doc Holliday which will go to press later this year. In addition to much new scholarship there is also a bunch of new art:
"Ace Up The Sleeve, Death at the Door"
We've all learned a lot since "The illustrated Life & Times of Doc Holliday" appeared in 1993. And, of course, most of it appeared on the pages of True West magazine.
"Doc Holliday Detrains In Tucson on the evening of March 20, 1882"
"Doc In His Cups"
"Doc Behind Bars"
"Doc and Wyatt: The Deadliest of Friends"
White Hills in northern Mohave County.
Wyatt Earp reportedly gambled here.
The Faro Game
"This is funny."
—Doc's alleged last words
Some great illustrations, BBBReplyDelete