Another in our series of new transcriptions of contemporary articles on the Leo Frank case.
August 15th, 1913
Following Mrs. E. A. Marcus, eight character witnesses were placed on the stand. They were V. H. Kriegshaber, Max Goldstein, Sidney Levy, Rabbi David Marx, D. I. McIntyre, and insurance man and member of the firm of Haas & McIntyre, Dr. B. Wildauer, a dentist, and John Findley, superintendent for Dittler Brothers and formerly master mechanic for the National Pencil company.
“Do you know Frank?” asked Mr. Arnold of Mr. Kriegshaber, who was first called to the stand.
“Is his character good or bad?”
“It is good.”
“How often have you come into contact with Frank?” asked Mr. Dorsey on cross-examination.
“Not frequently,” replied the witness.
“He is a young man, isn’t he?”
“And you a rather old man?”
“Yes, I suppose you’d call me old.”