YOUNG AFRICAN AMERICAN MAN IN DENISON, TEXAS

A young well dressed African American man poses for his portrait at the Moore studio in Denison, Texas. The town of Denison was founded in 1872 in conjunction with the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad. In 1875, famed western gambler, gunfighter, and dentist,  John Henry Holliday (Doc Holliday), had offices in Denison. Doc Holliday is also known for his great friendship and shared exploits with lawman Wyatt Earp.

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  1. The presentation of the item fails to disclose availability, sale history, etc. New to this site. Dated as 2012, how does one determine if it’s for sale, presently?

  2. Is this photograph in your possession currently?

    • Yes. I own the photograph and it is in my possession.


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