Using various sources (including among others, a map by Mr. Bell, and one provided by the National Archives,) I drew up my own to give the reader of a specific chapter in my book "Western Legend" a better understanding of the geography of Tombstone. I felt the narrative would be less confusing if I provided this along with a key or legend. The publisher, unfortunately, could not figure out how to scale down the file size and get it into the pdf, so the map was removed from Chapter 10. As were several footnotes. (This was about the time I found out they have a policy: no footnotes in their books.)
Anyway, I put the map and legend up on a dedicated page on my blog. And I'd be happy to hear opinions or input, good or bad. Mr. Bell's own opinion was that he felt I should have inked in all businesses, not merely those figuring into the narrative. Good suggestion. I did a couple of versions that way, but couldn't get it to look right.
btw it was intended to be printed on parchment; the roughness of the line drawing was intentional.