Another in our series of new transcriptions of contemporary articles on the Leo Frank case.
August 9th, 1913
Ira U. Kauffman, civil engineer, who had been employed by the defense to make drawings of the Selig home at 68 East Georgia avenue, where Frank and his wife lived, and also of the National Pencil factory, followed the street car conductor on the stand.
Kauffman testified that he made the plats of the Selig home on Tuesday of this week. The plats were shown to the jury.
“Could you stand in the kitchen and see the mirror in the dining room?” asked Mr. Arnold.
“It is impossible to see the mirror from the kitchen.”Continue Reading →