Another in our series of new transcriptions of contemporary articles on the Leo Frank case.
July 30th, 1913
Solicitor Dorsey stood before Detective Starnes at the witness box yesterday afternoon and held to view a lavender frock with a bit of pink ribbon at each shoulder. In the hand that was lowered at his side he held a wee slipper.
“Do you recognize this dress?” he put to the witness.
“To whom did it belong?”
“To Mary Phagan, the girl who was killed in the National Pencil factory.”Continue Reading →