Another in our series of new transcriptions of contemporary articles on the Leo Frank case.
July 31st, 1913
J. W. Gantt, who once was a suspect in the famous case, followed Mrs. Coleman to the stand at the afternoon session.
“Have you ever been connected with the pencil company?”
“From January 1st, 1918, until April 7, I was employed with that concern as shipping clerk. I was discharged by Mr. Frank for an alleged shortage.”
“Did you know Mary Phagan?”
“Yes—I knew her as a little girl.”
“Did Leo Frank know her?”
“How do you know this?”Continue Reading →