This collection consists mainly of photographs, and negatives taken by R. W. Madison, a
Los Angeles Record reporter, documenting the efforts of law enforcement and a local posse to capture Willie Boy, a Paiute Indian wanted for
murder and kidnapping in San Bernardino County in 1909. The collection also includes Madison's account of finding Willie Boy's
body, and a Newspaper Enterprise Association booklet.
Randolph (R.W.) Madison was a reporter and photographer for the Los Angeles Record, who was sent to accompany the posse hunting Willie Boy, and took the photographs of the manhunt and Willie Boy’s body.
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