James Cooksey on a sixth plate tintype. Virginia Earps Father, Maternal Grandfather of James Earp on down. Original image from the collection of P. W. Butler.

James Cooksey on a sixth plate tintype. Virginia Earps Father, Maternal Grandfather of James Earp on down. Original image from the collection of P. W. Butler.

Virgil and James Earp on a sixth plate tintype. This is a pretty obvious studio set up shot, right down to the paper inserted in the glasses! Original image from the collection of P. W. Butler.

Virgil and James Earp on a sixth plate tintype. This is a pretty obvious studio set up shot, right down to the paper inserted in the glasses! Original image from the collection of P. W. Butler.

James Earp left, Morgan Earp right, this is an albumen print that was never mounted. Of the many Morgans I have, this is probably my favorite, and id say of all the Earp boys Morgan was the most jocular. Original image from the collection of P. W. Butler.

James Earp left, Morgan Earp right, this is an albumen print that was never mounted. Of the many Morgans I have, this is probably my favorite, and id say of all the Earp boys Morgan was the most jocular. Original image from the collection of P. W. Butler.

Highlights from Berlin Art Gallery Weekend

Some Things from Berlin Art Gallery Weekend

Wyatt Earp. In December 1879, Earp joined his brothers Virgil and Morgan in Tombstone, Arizona. Tombstone was a boomtown erected after the discovery of silver. His good friend Doc Holliday, whom he'd met in Kansas, joined him. The riches the Earp brothers hoped to find never came, forcing Earp to return to law work. In a town and region desperate to tame the lawless cowboy culture, Earp was a welcome sight.

Wyatt Earp. In December 1879, Earp joined his brothers Virgil and Morgan in Tombstone, Arizona. Tombstone was a boomtown erected after the discovery of silver. His good friend Doc Holliday, whom he'd met in Kansas, joined him. The riches the Earp brothers hoped to find never came, forcing Earp to return to law work. In a town and region desperate to tame the lawless cowboy culture, Earp was a welcome sight.

Bruce Willis & James Garner Wyatt Earp TV Movie Actor Vintage Press Photo

Bruce Willis & James Garner Wyatt Earp TV Movie Actor Vintage Press Photo

James Earp (June 28, 1841 Hartford, Kentucky – January 25, 1926 Los Angeles, California) - Soldier, saloon-keeper, and deputy marshal in Dodge City, Kansas, under Marshal Charlie Bassett.     *3rd oldest Earp - I can't find a pic of Newton, or Mariah   :(

James Earp (June 28, 1841 Hartford, Kentucky – January 25, 1926 Los Angeles, California) - Soldier, saloon-keeper, and deputy marshal in Dodge City, Kansas, under Marshal Charlie Bassett. *3rd oldest Earp - I can't find a pic of Newton, or Mariah :(

Virginia Ann Cooksey Earp on a sixth plate tintype introducing her firstborn, Master James Cooksey Earp. Original image from the collection of P. W. Butler.

Virginia Ann Cooksey Earp on a sixth plate tintype introducing her firstborn, Master James Cooksey Earp. Original image from the collection of P. W. Butler.

kind, caring, compassionate, and kinkier than you'd expect | sportacus aes

kind, caring, compassionate, and kinkier than you'd expect | sportacus aes

James Earp, the oldest of the Earp brothers and the one least involved in places like Tombstone.

James Earp, the oldest of the Earp brothers and the one least involved in places like Tombstone.

James Earp. Wyatts oldest full brother. Original image from the collection of P. W. Butler.

James Earp. Wyatts oldest full brother. Original image from the collection of P. W. Butler.

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