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Tombstone, Arizona


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Doc Holliday's faro table at the Birdcage Saloon

Doc Holliday's faro table at the Birdcage Saloon

"Doc" Holiday was a professional gambler (and dentist) who played faro at this table during Tombstone's prime in the 1880's. He was friends with Wyatt Earp and participated in the shootout at the O.K. Corral.

Tombstone, Arizona

Date photographed: April 15, 2015
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Birdcage Theatre piano and stage

Birdcage Theatre piano and stage

The Birdcage Theatre had music and performances, but was primarily a saloon and brothel. The girls welcomed men to 14 "bird cages" hanging on the walls, drawing the curtains for privacy.

Tombstone, Arizona

Date photographed: April 15, 2015
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Birdcage Theatre displays

Birdcage Theatre displays

One of several recently opened rooms downstairs at the Birdcage Theatre, displaying miscellaneous items from the 1880's.

Tombstone, Arizona

Date photographed: April 15, 2015
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Birdcage Theatre back room card tables

Birdcage Theatre back room card tables

Card tables and a bar served serious gamblers away from the lively main room at the Birdcage.

Tombstone, Arizona

Date photographed: April 15, 2015
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Birdcage Theatre lobby

Birdcage Theatre lobby

There are said to be 120 bullet holes in the Birdcage, and 25 men were murdered there.

Tombstone, Arizona

Date photographed: April 15, 2015
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Birdcage Theatre on Allen Street

Birdcage Theatre on Allen Street

For eight years the Birdcage Theatre was the wildest saloon in the West. When the mines closed the Birdcage was locked up and nothing was touched, a veritable time capsule. Now it is a museum.

Tombstone, Arizona

Date photographed: April 15, 2015
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