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Bob- are you wanting the entire "demotivational poster" or Epic Earp or the photograph of Wyatt in it?
Wow,the man is wearing French cuffs with cuff buttons,Even kicking back at home in old age he was still a natty dresser!I like those striped flannel "ice cream" pants!
I'd be happy to send you what I have. Should I email it to you?
This is the photo of Mr. Earp that I call the "calm after the storm". A man with so much history, an unspoken knowledge of so many events and he sits as calm as a preacher. I love this photo.
Hi Kevin. suppose, suppose Mr Earp could have had it all writen down what a story it would make, better than fiction
He did write it down, didn't he; but either the publishers didn't buy it or the public didn't. Frankly, I'd love to read the version Kate Harony wrote, but who wants a woman's version?
The John Flood manuscript was just awful despite Wyatt pinning his hopes to it for so long.It couldn't have been any worse and actually would have been improved if he'd started it,'It was a dark and stormy night..."I'd like to take a gander at Kate's version too.
Alas, Kate's is lost to us. Or is it? Would there have been any possibility that anybody would have it? She died as a ward of the State, but did she have family or friends who may have kept it? There's a mystery. Where would one every begin to look?
Check and see what Glenn Boyer has to say about it.He claims there is material still extant although Kate apparently told relatives to destroy the material as she had no success selling it.The historians wanted it gratis.Glenn has his ardent supporters yet but most in the field don't trust what they perceive as his historic embroideries.
Thanks, Anthony. My gosh you're a wellspring of information!
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