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The question alone reminds me of the discourse over the recently discovered "Billy The Kid" photo. Fascinating stuff:
I would contact the folks listed below first.. Then prepare for the possible onslaught of grumpy "experts" that may or may not agree about the photo's authenticity..
Doc Holliday Museum
209 N. 13th St., Griffin, GA Directions:Traveling south on MLK Jr. Parkway northwest of Griffin. Left onto Ellis Road. Continue onto Experiment Street. Turn right onto N. 13th Street. Hours:W-Sa - call for times. (Call to verify) Phone: 770-229-2705-
Lowndes County Historical Society
"One of Valdosta’s most notable residents, John Henry “Doc” Holliday, is well-known in thefolklore of the American Old West as a famous gunfighter."
"Holliday spent a large portion of his childhood in Valdosta and has many family ties to this area (His father was Henry Burroughs Holliday, former mayor of Valdosta). Some of his distant relatives still live in Lowndes County today."
Doc Holliday | Lowndes County Historical Society Museum Contact: Phone Number: (229) 247-4780 Email: Research.LCHS@gmail.com Mail: Lowndes County Historical Society Inc.P.O. Box 56 Valdosta GA 31603-0056 or reach us though our other sites: Facebook or Twitter
Thanks for these resources on Doc Holliday.