"The Kid was a vain guy & he had lots of girlfriends. The two typical keepsakes a guy gave a girl in those days were a photo of himself & a lock of his hair for her heart-shaped locket. There are probably dozens of photos of the Kid out…"
"This photo was autheniticated by a person who worked for the Smithsonian Institution. It costed $15,000 dollars. When you authenitcate a baseball card it costs about $100 dollars, and sometimes dealers do it twice and sell items for $500…"
"I believe and hope there are more Tintypes of Billy the Kid out there.. Last year I found some tintypes at an estate sale. I no the chances of finding Billy are very slim.. 1 in million. Take a look at this one , Is there some…"
One of my passions is an ongoing search for a photo other than the Dedrick tintype that could be Billy the Kid . There are some folks out there who post on some of the BTK forums who have stumbled over tintypes that they swear up and down must be Billy the kid...however what I believe these well intended people have are some nifty ol tintypes of young men who had their tintype made in probably the same era as Billy's and have some similarities in the facial features..............my contention… Continue
Hey Dave! Thanks for your interest in the Alamo Plaza restoration project. I see you joined Alamo Studies, in which I noticed you've already received some quick replies. I hope you found the information you were looking for and may possibly join us on Alamo Plaza on March 6th.