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The Tombstone Epitaph
Ranked #9 of 31 things to do in Tombstone
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Owner description: The office of the Old West's most famous newspaper.
Reviewed August 6, 2013

This was good got a paper and read about Doc Holiday and Wyatt Earp, also they gave us a paper. When you do the tours they give you discount cards to get items around the town was very nice

Thank Mary D
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"ok corral"
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"free paper"
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"small museum"
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"newspaper office"
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"print shop"
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"buy a ticket"
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"news paper"
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"great museum"
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"quick stop"
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"back in the day"
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"for sale"
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"no charge"
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"interesting place"
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"great place to visit"
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"interesting history"
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Reviewed August 5, 2013

A new subject I never considered. It was an eye-opener. It was opened very rarely. The person in charge was very informative.

Thank rhernandez2013
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Reviewed July 31, 2013 via mobile

Well the lady working was very kind and friendly. She provided us with our paper after the gun fight. We walked through to see the old printing machines and displays. If you are a history buff then you will enjoy. Take the time to read the information. It is very clean and not cramped.

Thank gillihan989
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Reviewed July 28, 2013

Interesting for kids to see that not all newspapers are online. We enjoyed our visit and talking with the lady there.

Thank Plookey
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Reviewed July 25, 2013

I could not be more biased. I love this place and the history it has shared for well over 100 years. From the original presses and typesets to the un-retouched photos and lithos adorning the walls, every inch of this humble adobe building swells with the wealth of historic information found nowhere else in the west. The original founder and editor John Clum is easily a much more colorful and influential westerner than any inhabitant of Tombstone ever was, and was according to a brash young Teddy Roosevelt the most important "type of fellow we need to settle our westward boundaries!" Perhaps someday before he is entirely forgotten, history will serve him better. Regardless however, a trip to Tombstone must include a rewarding stop to this icon of the west

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