Stenographer Parry Identifies Notes Taken at Phagan Inquest

Another in our series of new transcriptions of contemporary articles on the Leo Frank case.

Atlanta Constitution
August 2nd, 1913

Stenographer Parry, the official court stenographer, was next called to the stand to identify a number of notes he took at the coroner’s inquest held in police headquarters shortly after Frank’s arrest.

He was asked by Solicitor Dorsey:

“Did you report the coroner’s inquest over the body of Mary Phagan?”


“Did you take a statement from Leo Frank?”

The solicitor showed the stenographer’s notes.

“Is that your report?”

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