Wyatt Earp died at home in the Earps' small apartment at 4004 W 17th Street, in Los Angeles on January 13, 1929 at the age of 80. Western actors William S. Hart and Tom Mix were pallbearers at his funeral. His wife Josie was too grief-sticken to attend. Josie had Wyatt's body cremated and buried Wyatt's ashes in the Marcus family plot at the Hills of Eternity, a Jewish cemetery (Josie was Jewish) in Colma, California. When she died in 1944, Josie's ashes were buried next to Wyatt's.
Newcastle, Wyoming 1892 .. A circus parade makes a U-turn on Main Street. The town welcomed its first circus in 1892, and the excitement preceding the performance was matched only by the stampede that resulted when local horses saw exotic camels and elephants roaming the town. - Alice Schuette Collection, Weston County Historical Society. -
Glenrock, Wyoming 1916. The original Reshaw (Richards) bridge was built over Deer Creek in this area; it was flooded out and the second Reshaw Bridge was built around the general area of present day Reshaw Park in Evansville, Wyoming