Dorsey Asks Bauer Where He Spent the Dinner Recess

Another in our series of new transcriptions of contemporary articles on the Leo Frank case.

Atlanta Constitution
August 16th, 1913

R. V. Bauer, the ex-student who was on the stand undergoing cross-examination at the adjournment of the morning session took the stand at the opening of the afternoon session.

“Who have you talked with since dinner?” he was asked by the solicitor.

“Mr. Montag, Sig Gottheimer, Mr. Rosser and Mr. Arnold.”

“In Mr. Arnold’s office.”

“How long did you talk with him?”
“Two or three minutes.”

“What did they ask you?”
“Nothing but the facts I’ve already told you.”

“On the third Saturday in January, who did you see at the pencil factory?”
“Nobody except those I’ve been accustomed to seeing.”

“Did you see Frank?”
“Yes, he was at work at his desk.”

“Was anybody with him?”

“I don’t remember.”

“Who did you see on the fourth Saturday?”
“I don’t remember.”

“Did you see Frank?”
“Yes, he was working at his desk at usual.”

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Atlanta Constitution, August 16th 1913, “Dorsey Asks Bauer Where He Spent the Dinner Recess,” Leo Frank case newspaper article series (Original PDF)