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“…scarcely one in the country who had acquired a greater notoriety than Doc Holliday, who enjoyed the reputation of being one of the most fearless men on the frontier, and whose devotion to his friends in the climax of the fiercest ordeal was inextinguishable. It was this, more than any other faculty, that secured for him the reverence of a large circle who were prepared on the shortest notice to rally to his relief.”
Carbonate Chronicle, Leadville, Colorado (see: Wk. 45 11/08/1887)
“I never approved of Doc.”
Mayor John Clum, in a letter to Major Kelly (August 23, 1929).
“Why you low down stinking slut! If I should step in soft cow manure, I would not even clean my feet on that bastard!”