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Wallace McAnally of 18th and Henshaw. (William Branham claims to have lived at "16th" and Henshaw in the mid 1920's). In 1923, around the time Branham lived there, one of the best organized juvenile crime rings that had ever operated in Phoenix, AZ was brought to an end when Wallace McAnally was arrested. The group stole over $1,000 ($14,587.22 in today's value) of everything from postage stamps to automobiles. This is the "Brother McAnally" Branham mentions several times on recorded sermon, identified in Rebecca Smith Branham's photos as the man William Branham often hunted with and pictured laying his head on McAnally's crotch.