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Tombstone Vigilantes, Inc
Tombstone Vigilantes, Inc
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  • See what it takes to be a Tombstone Vigilante Volunteer

    EVER WANTED TO DO THIS ??

    2 years ago, I go coal in my stocking, so this year . . .

    OR THIS . . .

    This engineer wasn't goin' to let 'em git away with it for the 3rd time.

    AND FINALLY THIS ??

    The Earps and Holiday preparing for the Showdown behind the OK Corral.

    Ever thought about volunteering for something but DIDN’T know what, or don’t want to sit behind a desk answering calls?  Well, here is your chance to make a REAL difference in the community and having a really good time doing it. We meet the 2nd Thursday of each month for our general meeting.  You can find us on Allen St every 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month, and participating in most of the major events through out the year.

    So, You want to become a Tombstone Vigilante, Huh ??

    Women's Costuming - 1878 - 1910 Saloon girl Costume

    This is your typical saloon girl costume.  Notes the Bodice, fishnet hose and black period boots.  Also she is wearing feathers in her hair.

    Women's Costuming - 1878 - 1910 Saloon girl Costume

    This is your typical saloon girl costume.  Notes the feathers in her hair and her hair piece to enhance the look with long curly hair.

    Women's Costuming - 1878 - 1910 Saloon girl Costume

    This is your typical saloon girl costume. Notes the black flowers adorning her dress. The dress straps are worn down. Also notice the model does not have any visible tatoos.


    Townswoman in Mourning Costume

    This Towns Woman is mourning the loss of a loved one.  Notice the black lace gloves and back lace adorned hat.

    Townswoman Costume

    This is your typical townswoman's costume.  Notice her black lace gloves, period correct necklace and ear rings.  Also notice the hat adorned with feather and kept in place with a hat pin.

    Men's Costuming - 1878 to 1910

    Lawman's Costume and Townswoman's Costume

    This is a typical costume worn by the re-enactors to portray Wyatt, Virgil or Morgan Earp.  Also the typical costume as a Townswoman the re-enactors use to portray Allie Earp or any number of Town's folks.

    Typical Cowboy Costume

    This re-enactor portrays a typical cowboy.  Notice the vest, and the canvas side satchel.  He is also wearing a typical bandanna, which measures 36" square.  He is also wearing arm cuffs to protect his sleeves from fraying.

    Typical Cowboy Costume

    This re-enactor portrays a typical cowboy.  Notice the button on the britches in the lower right hand corner holding a typical pair of braces.  He is also wearing a typical bandanna, which measures 36" square.

    Typical Cowboy Costume

    This reenactor portrays a typical cowboy.  He is also wearing a typical bandanna, which measures 36" square.  Also notice the gloves  for riding and ranch hand work.

    Lawman Costume

    This is a typical costume worn by the re-enactors to portray a lawman or a  typical Townsman.  Typically a vest, braces [suspenders], buttoned up shirt with long sleeves.

    Skip All This And Give Me The Application

    Must present the filled out application to any member in good standing during one of our Show Sundays, Major Event weekends or at a general meeting.

    Membership Application (pdf)

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