Another in our series of new transcriptions of contemporary articles on the Leo Frank case.
The Atlanta Journal
Thursday, June 26, 1913
Case Will Be Heard in Courtroom Now Used by Judge Pendleton
The trial of Leo M. Frank on July 28 will be held on the first floor in the old city hall building, at the corner of South Pryor and East Hunter streets. Solicitor Dorsey, Judge L. S. Roan and court attaches formally decided upon this room as the proper place to conduct the trial.
The court room designated is at present occupied by Judge John T. Pendleton, of the motion division of superior court. Judge Pendleton will adjurn [sic] his court for the summer on July 12, and the place will be unoccupied when the Frank trial is called.
This court room is the one which was occupied by Superior Court Judge Thomas when he was here conducting criminal court for several weeks last fall.
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The Atlanta Journal, June 26th 1913, “To Hold Frank Trial in the Old City Hall,” Leo Frank case newspaper article series (Original PDF)