The greatest manhunt in the Southwest

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The greatest manhunt in the Southwest

Federal Marshall Frank Weaver, left, posed for this photo in Cortez with convicted killers Otis and Herbert McDaniel on their way to the state prison. The brothers were found guilty of the July 15, 1935, killing of Montezuma County Sheriff Wesley Dunlap.
W.W. Dunlap, in a photo taken in Dolores in May 1895, when he was about 25 years old. The photo was first published in Wilma Bankston’s book “Where Eagles Winter.”

The greatest manhunt in the Southwest

Federal Marshall Frank Weaver, left, posed for this photo in Cortez with convicted killers Otis and Herbert McDaniel on their way to the state prison. The brothers were found guilty of the July 15, 1935, killing of Montezuma County Sheriff Wesley Dunlap.
W.W. Dunlap, in a photo taken in Dolores in May 1895, when he was about 25 years old. The photo was first published in Wilma Bankston’s book “Where Eagles Winter.”