This is not going to add much to what has already been provided, but Edith Kitt is mentioned in two notes in Mark Dworkin's book: Edith Kitt to Burns, on Arizona Pioneer's Historical Society letterhead, November 1, 1927, BP, box 3, folder 1. Kitt's only unstinting praise regarding Tombstone was for the chapter on Ed Schieffelin. Edith Kitt (1878-1968) was recognized in 1963 for her contributions in preserving Arizona history, including the transcription of many oral histories. She was named "First Lady of Arizona's Territorial Centennial." She recommended other subjects to write on for Burns after Tombstone.
The second note mentions that Burns sent her an autographed copy of his book.
The only mention of Frank Vaughn in Mark's book is that he was one of the Tombstone old timers who thought Burns' book was poor history.
Was this Edith Kitt, the 1934 interviewer of FRANCIS J. VAUGHAN, whose comments re many of the Cochise County citizens was spoken of here earlier in the year? If so, Bob, what exactly did her position... more
The online bio says that Edith Kitt assumed the position of secretary of the Arizona Historical Society and remained the secretary for the Society for 22 years and became a leading authority on Arizona... more
...It is interesting that Edith Kitt had an impressive Resume and was considered a leading authority on Arizona history; but when reading over Frank Vaughn's memoirs recorded by Mrs. Kitt, I am disappointed... more
Hi, Jerry, Joyce and Bob... Thanks for your input on Mrs. Kitt. After learning her given name, I finally found her online and saw her ages-long contribution to AZ history. Joyce, I agree with you about... more