||James H McClintock; Albert Jennings Fountain; Albert Jennings Fountain; James H McClintock
||Graphic, Photograph, Picture, Internet resource
||Visual material, Internet Resource
||1 photograph : b&w ; 9 x 14 cm.
||A.J. Fountain home
Home of A.J. Fountain, whose body is supposed to have been buried in the New Mexican shifting sand. Fountain was active in the prosecution and fight against cattle rustling, including that done by Billy the Kid and other infamous outlaws. Later in life, he moved from Mesilla to Las Cruces, New Mexico. He disappeared in 1896, along with his youngest son, and was presumed murdered in Lincoln County by a notorious gang of cattle rustlers he had prosecuted unsuccessfully.