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‘The Epitaph’ — A paper too tough to die (access required)

John Clum figured that every tombstone needed an epitaph. In 1880, he founded Tombstone, Arizona's, most famous newspaper, The Epitaph. He prided himself on providing his readers the opportunity to read their epitaph every day before breakfast.

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