Virgil Earp's widow Allie in her 90's with author Frank Waters. She lived until 1947. She collaborated on a book with Waters that depicted her brother in law Wyatt Earp in a less than flattering light.
Virgil Earp on a sixth plate tintype. This image was highly likely taken around the late eighties when he was Marshall of Colton California. Original image from the collection of P. W. Butler.
The oldest of that legendary family of old west gunslingers, Virgil Earp, fought at the Gunfight at the OK Corral, but it came at a heavy price. Two months after the battle, he was assaulted by a group of cowboys who shattered his left arm, leaving it permanently crippled.
Alvira Earp--- 1/6th plate tintype She was a beauty for sure, I can certainly see what Virgil Earp saw in Allie when he first walked into that restaurant and met that young waitress. Original image from the collection of P. W. Butler.