Another in our series of new transcriptions of contemporary articles on the Leo Frank case.
August 14th, 1913
The financial sheets which experts declared required from three to three and a half hours to compile were introduced in evidence after Oscar Pappenheimer, a stockholder in the National Pencil factory was examined.
Mr. Pappenheimer testified that he had been a stockholder in the company since 1910.
“Have you been getting comparative sheets from Frank since 1910?” Attorney Arnold asked.
“Where have you been in the habit of receiving them?”
“Before deliveries of mail stopped on Sunday I invariably found the report in my mail box on Sunday morning. After that I received it every Monday with the first mail.”
“Did you get a sheet for the week ending April 24 the following Monday morning?”
“Have you received any reports since April 24?”
The defense offered the sheets from January 1912 to April 1912 inclusive and they were admitted over the objection of Solicitor Dorsey.
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