Is this Bat Masterson?

Tully, Judd
January 1999
American Photo;Jan/Feb99, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p33
Features the photograph of the Western lawman William Barclay `Bat' Masterson and his brothers in 1870. Value of the photograph; Authenticity of the picture.


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