Another in our series of new transcriptions of contemporary articles on the Leo Frank case.
July 31st, 1913
Mrs. J. W. Coleman was recalled to the stand for only a moment’s interrogation regarding the mesh handbag which she carried with her upon leaving home on the day of the tragedy.
Attorney Rosser asked,
“What kind of bag did Mary carry with her that day?”
“A mesh bag.”
The solicitor asked that she describe its size and shape. Her description was that of an ordinary mesh bag, unornamented and manufactured of silver.
She also identified the handkerchief and parasol as having belonged to the slain child.