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Days Past: Big Nose Kate, an Arizona amazon

Sharlot Hall Museum/Courtesy photo<br>Big Nose Kate poses with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Alexander Haroney, in the 1930s. Kate’s brother, Alexander, had a ranch near Redstone, Colo., and she visited him at least twice at the ranch – once in 1887, as Doc Holliday lay dying in nearby Glenwood Springs, and again shortly before she entered Prescott’s Arizona Pioneers Home.

Sharlot Hall Museum/Courtesy photo<br>Big Nose Kate poses with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Alexander Haroney, in the 1930s. Kate’s brother, Alexander, had a ranch near Redstone, Colo., and she visited him at least twice at the ranch – once in 1887, as Doc Holliday lay dying in nearby Glenwood Springs, and again shortly before she entered Prescott’s Arizona Pioneers Home.

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