Another in our series of new transcriptions of contemporary articles on the Leo Frank case.
Tuesday, May 6th, 1913
Factory Superintendent Explains Every Hour of the Saturday Phagan Girl Was Slain.
Here is told how Frank passed the whole day of the Saturday when Mary Phagan was killed. The following is taken from Frank’s testimony:
7 o’clock a. m.—Arose, and dressed at home.
8—Left home for factory.
8:20—Arrived at factory.
8:50 or 9—M. D. Darley and others entered there.
10—Went over to office of Sig Montag, factory manager, on Nelson Street.
11—Went back to the factory office.
12—Stenographer and office boy left him alone in office.
12:10 p. m.—Mary Phagan came for her pay; got it and left. He heard her footsteps die away, and went on with his work, thinking no more about her. When she left he thought he heard her voice in the outer office.
12:15 or 12:20—Lemmie Quinn, foreman of the department where Mary worked, came in.
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