Photograph of an unidentified grave at the Boot Hill Cemetery in Tombstone, Arizona, ca.1929. One of only hundreds of graves at Boot Hill, the grave is surrounded by an ironwork fence. The three iron crosses visible in the extreme left background were erected in 1929 and are made from gaslamp posts used in San Francisco. They bear the date of 1862. Out of the 20 acres of graves at Boothill, some of which are only large hills of rocks, only one has a name.; Picture file card reads: "Boot Hill Cemetary contains hundreds of graves, but in 20 acres only one has a name. Most of the graves have only a large hill of rocks. The three iron crosses were erected in 1929 and are reconstructed gaslamp posts used in San Francisco in the early days -- they bear date of 1862".; Photoprint reads: "Called Boot Hill Cemetery because most of the men died with their boots on".