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Jett Rink's trip to Lincoln,
White Oaks, &
Fort Sumner in her own words (November of 2004)
"The Tunstall store (in Lincoln) was closed, but the people in the courthouse were nice enough to let us go in."
"I believe they said everything was left like it was in the 1920's when they bought it and they do have ledgers that go back to 1887.
"I always called these bikes penny farthings, but they had a different name for it. (Tunstall Store)"
"What is this? (Tunstall Store)"
"Courthouse in Lincoln" Bullet hole supposedly made by Billy the Kid during his escape
Said to be the very shackles that restrained Billy the Kid during his incarceration at the Courthouse
"Wortley Hotel in Lincoln"
"Dinning room in the Wortley Hotel"
Torreon in Lincoln
"White Oaks in Lincoln County"
"Billy the Kid Museum in Fort Sumner"
Pete Maxwell's door, note the bullet holes -"It says authentic for what it's worth, from Billy the Kid Museum, Fort Sumner,"