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Keith Davis
Tombstone's Clipped HIstory
Sun Jan 19, 2014 2:56am


TOMBSTONE'S CLIPPED HISTORY

Tombstone Epitaph, January 5, 1933

The Local Chamber of Commerce has erected at the junction of U. S. 80 and the Dragoon county road probably the most unique welcome sign on any highway in the world, as one can readily see by reading the above. The sign is six by twelve feet and the Chamber contemplates having souvenir postcards made of it. From time to time names will be added, or eliminated if it is found that erroneous information has lead to their being placed here. John Hicks was the first man buried in Boothill
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BOOTHILL PLAZA IS GRAVELED
The Boothill road and plaza were graveled by the state in recognition of the value of Boothill to tourist traffic on U. S. 80. Resident Engineer Canfield states that the importance of this spot ought to warrant the paving and oiling of this short strip.


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