(1849 - 1901)
Camillus Sydney (Buck) Fly was active/lived in Arizona, Missouri. Camillus Fly is known for early western photography.
Biography Camillus Fly
Camillus "Buck" Sydney Fly (2 May 1849 - 12 October 1901) was an American photographer most noted for the many photographs he took during Tombstone, Arizona's wild and wooly days. He was also a witness to the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral, which took place outside his photography studio.
He later served as a lawman and as Cochise County Sheriff from 1895 to 1897. His photographs are legendary and highly prized.
His parents were originally from Andrew County, Missouri. Shortly after Camillus' birth, they migrated to California, eventually settling in Napa County
He married Mary "Mollie" E. Goodrich on September 29, 1879 in San Francisco. Mary, who was also a photographer, and Camillus soon moved to Arizona Territory, where
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