Doc Holliday

Doc Holliday Returns to Dodge City!

The Dodge City Trail of Fame commissioned Topeka artist Janet Zoble and Deggingers Foundry in Topeka to produce a life sized sculpture of the famous gunslinger, dentist and gambler seated at a Long Branch Saloon card table. Empty chairs around the table will allow you to have your picture taken with this denizen of the wild west. Huge thanks are in order for the great public and private cooperation on this project. Those involved include: the City of Dodge City for all the able bodied assistance in installing the statue all coordinated by our Special Projects Coordinator Melissa McCoy and Ray Slattery from the engineering office, a "Why Not Dodge" grant via the Community Facilities and Advisory Board, another substantial grant from the "Mariah Fund", donation and installation of the concrete and limestone pad that the statue sits on thanks to Jim Coffin and J.A.G. Construction and transportation from Topeka to Dodge City thanks to Brent Magourik and AutoQuick.

The Dodge City Trail of Fame is currently taking $1,500 tax deductible donations in return for which you will receive a numbered, special limited edition maquette of the life sized sculpture just like the one pictured. Each maquette is numbered and mounted on a wooden base. Six of the first 12 maquettes are already gone. More are planned but the price will likely increase after the first 12 are gone.

    Call us to reserve yours now! Contact the Dodge City Trail of Fame via phone at 620-561-1925, email: or mail to: Dodge City Trail of Fame, P.O. Box 1243, Dodge City, KS 67801.