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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, April 28th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Girl is Assaulted and then Murdered in Heart of Town Atlanta ConstitutionMonday, April 28th, 1913 Chum Identifies Victim as Mary...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, April 28th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Police Think Negro Watchman Can Clear Murder Mystery; Four Are Now Under Arrest Mary Phagan [Interestingly, according to testimony given...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, April 29th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

"Every Woman and Girl Should See Body of Victim and Learn Perils" Atlanta ConstitutionTuesday, April 29th, 1913 A middle-aged woman,...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, April 29th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Factory Head Frank and Watchman Newt Lee are "Sweated" by Police Leo M. Frank. [The lascivious superintendent of the National...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, April 29th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

L. M. Frank, Factory Superintendent, Detained By Police Leo M. Frank. Superintendent of the National Pencil company, snapped by a...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, April 30th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

While Hundreds Sob Body of Mary Phagan Lowered into Grave Atlanta ConstitutionWednesday, April 30th, 1913 While relatives hysterically wept, while...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, April 30th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Boy Sweetheart Says Girl Was to Meet Him Saturday Atlanta GeorgianWednesday April 30th, 1913 G. W. Epps, Jr., 14 years...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, April 30th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Negro Watchman Tells Story of Finding Girl's Body and Questions Fail to Shake Him A sketch of pretty Mary Phagan...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, May 1st, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Frank Tried to Flirt With Murdered Girl Says Her Boy Chum At the left top is Detective Black, of the...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 1st, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

State Enters Phagan Case; Frank and Lee are Taken to Tower Atlanta GeorgianThursday, May 1st, 1913 Watchman and Frank Go...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 1st, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

The big picture in the center shows the head of the detective department, Chief Newport A. Lanford. To his left...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, May 2nd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Frank and Lee Held in Tower; Others Released This snapshot was taken just as the factory superintendent got out of...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 2nd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Dorsey Puts Own Sleuths Onto Phagan Slaying Case Atlanta GeorgianFriday, May 2nd, 1913 200 Witnesses To Be Called When Inquest...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 2nd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Solicitor Dorsey is Making Independent Probe of Phagan Case Atlanta JournalFriday, May 2nd, 1913 Outside of Solicitor's Activity There Have...
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Atlanta Constitution – Little Mary Phagan

Atlanta Constitution newspapers about the Phagan-Frank case will be listed here. You can search for a particular date, headline, or...
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Now an Audio Book: The Leo Frank Case: The Lynching of a Guilty Man, part 1

by Philip St. Raymond for The American Mercury THE AMERICAN MERCURY is proud of its decades-long reputation for seeking the truth without...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, May 3rd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Atlanta ConstitutionSaturday, May 3rd, 1913 Leo M. Frank and the Night Watchman, Newt Lee, Reiterate Declarations of Innocence in Phagan...
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Atlanta Georgian – Little Mary Phagan

  Atlanta Georgian newspapers about the Phagan-Frank case will be listed here. You can search for a particular date, headline,...
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The Leo Frank Case: The Lynching of a Guilty Man, part 2

by Philip St. Raymond for The American Mercury LOOK AT THE headline and lead article in the Atlanta Georgian newspaper of...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 3rd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Analysis of Blood Stains May Solve Phagan Mystery Atlanta GeorgianSaturday, May 3rd, 1913 Three Former Employees at Pencil Factory Are...
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Atlanta Journal – Little Mary Phagan

Atlanta Journal newspapers about the Phagan-Frank case will be listed here. You can search for a particular date, headline, or...
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The Leo Frank Case: The Lynching of a Guilty Man, part 3

by Philip St. Raymond for The American Mercury THE JEWISH Anti-Defamation League (or ADL) — back in the days when they...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 3rd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Detectives Confer With Coroner and Solicitor Dorsey Atlanta JournalSaturday, May 3rd, 1913 Following Meeting Lasting Two Hours, Officials Investigating Murder...
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Jeffersonian Weekly – Little Mary Phagan

Tom Watson's Jeffersonian newspapers about the Phagan-Frank case will be listed here. You can search for a particular date, headline,...
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The Leo Frank Case: The Lynching of a Guilty Man, part 4

by Philip St. Raymond for The American Mercury WHEN LEO FRANK was first arrested for the murder of Mary Phagan, his...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, May 4th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

The Case of Mary Phagan At the top is a sketch made by Henderson from the last photograph taken of...
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New York Times – Little Mary Phagan

New York Times newspapers about the Phagan-Frank case will be listed here. You can search for a particular date, headline,...
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The Leo Frank Case: The Lynching of a Guilty Man, part 5

by Philip St. Raymond for The American Mercury JIM Conley's testimony in the Leo Frank case riveted the attention of not...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 4th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Grand Jury to Take Up Phagan Case To-morrow The uncertainty that has marked every phase in the case of Mary...
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Watson’s Magazine – Little Mary Phagan

Watson's Magazine newspapers about the Phagan-Frank case will be listed here. You can search for a particular date, headline, or...
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The Leo Frank Case: The Lynching of a Guilty Man, part 6

by Philip St. Raymond for The American Mercury PARTISANS OF Leo Frank have often tried to discredit Jim Conley's testimony by...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 4th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Girl in Red Dress May Furnish Clue to Phagan Mystery [The top part of this article is cut off including...
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The Leo Frank Case: The Lynching of a Guilty Man, part 7

by Philip St. Raymond for The American Mercury WE HEAR A LOT today about people "playing the race card" — using...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, May 5th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Sleuths Believe They Can Convict Phagan Murderer Atlanta ConstitutionMonday, May 5th, 1913 Detectives Are of Opinion They Have in Their...
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The Leo Frank Case: The Lynching of a Guilty Man, part 8

by Philip St. Raymond for The American Mercury THE PROSECUTION in the Leo Frank case never mentioned the word "Jew" until...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 5th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Frank on Witness Stand Atlanta GeorgianMonday, May 5th, 1913 Makes Statement Under Oath; Nervous, But Replies Quickly Phagan Inquest, Starting...
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The Leo Frank Case: The Lynching of a Guilty Man, part 9

by Philip St. Raymond for The American Mercury JEWISH WRITERS on the Leo Frank case have made some astounding claims about...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 5th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Coroner's Inquest Resumed 2:30 p. m.; Frank Will Testify Atlanta JournalMonday, May 5th, 1913 Factory Superintendent Was Expected to Be...
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The Leo Frank Case: The Lynching of a Guilty Man, part 10

by Philip St. Raymond for The American Mercury THE "Hang the Jew" hoax — the claim that "anti-Semitic mobs" stood outside...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 6th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

L. M. Frank's Complete Story of Where He Was and What He Did on Day of Mary Phagan Murder Atlanta...
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The Leo Frank Case: The Lynching of a Guilty Man, part 11

by Philip St. Raymond for The American Mercury ALMOST THE ENTIRE pro-Leo Frank narrative is dependent on one claim: that Prosecutor...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, May 6th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Probe Phagan Case Grand Jury Urged Atlanta ConstitutionTuesday, May 6th, 1913 Crime Calls for Your Immediate Attention, Declares Judge Ellis,...
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The Leo Frank Case: The Lynching of a Guilty Man, part 12

by Philip St. Raymond for The American Mercury TO HEAR the attacks made on the character of James Conley — a...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 6th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

How Frank Spent Day of Tragedy Atlanta GeorgianTuesday, May 6th, 1913 Factory Superintendent Explains Every Hour of the Saturday Phagan...
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The Leo Frank Case: The Lynching of a Guilty Man, part 13

by Philip St. Raymond for The American Mercury THE CRIMINAL ACTS of the Leo Frank forces as they attempted to get...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, May 7th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Detective Chief Fired for Arresting Bowen as a Phagan Suspect Atlanta ConstitutionWednesday, May 7th, 1913 Former Atlantan, Who Was Taken...
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The Leo Frank Case: The Lynching of a Guilty Man, part 14

by Philip St. Raymond for The American Mercury WAS THERE REALLY an anti-Jewish and anti-Frank "mob atmosphere" at Leo Frank's trial,...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 7th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Solicitor Dorsey Orders Body Exhumed in the Hope of Getting New Evidence Atlanta GeorgianWednesday, May 7th, 1913 Inquest, To Be...
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The Leo Frank Case: The Lynching of a Guilty Man, part 15

by Philip St. Raymond for The American Mercury WHO LYNCHED Leo Frank? The culpability is often laid at the feet of...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 7th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Two New Witnesses in Phagan Mystery to Testify Thursday Atlanta JournalWednesday, May 7th, 1913 Detectives Said to Attach Much Importance...
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The Leo Frank Case: The Lynching of a Guilty Man, part 16

by Philip St. Raymond for The American Mercury IS IT POSSIBLE that the Jewish community — namely, the same forces that...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, May 8th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Frank Will Take Stand at Inquest Atlanta ConstitutionThursday, May 8th, 1913 Mrs. Mattie White Tells Detectives That on Afternoon of...
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The Leo Frank Case: The Lynching of a Guilty Man, part 17

by Philip St. Raymond for The American Mercury WHILE THE supposedly angelic and innocent Leo Frank and his alleged persecution at...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 8th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

"Boots" Rogers, former county policeman who drove the police to the Pencil Factory when the first news of the Phagan...
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The Leo Frank Case: The Lynching of a Guilty Man, part 18

by Philip St. Raymond for The American Mercury WHICH GETS MORE coverage in the media: the singular instance of one solitary...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 8th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Phagan Inquest in Session; Six Witnesses are Examined Before Adjournment to 2:30 Lemmie Quinn, foreman, who testified that he visited...
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The Leo Frank Case: The Lynching of a Guilty Man, part 19

by Philip St. Raymond for The American Mercury THE TESTIMONY of Black men and women was pivotal in the trial of...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 9th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Best Detective in America Now is on Case, Says Dorsey Miss Nellie Pettis, at top, who testified against Frank at...
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The Leo Frank Case: The Lynching of a Guilty Man, part 20

by Philip St. Raymond for The American Mercury ONE OF the most mysterious aspects of the Leo Frank case is the...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 9th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Newt Lee Tells of the Talk He Had in the Popice [sic] Station Atlanta JournalFriday, May 9th, 1913 Newt Lee,...
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The Leo Frank Case: The Lynching of a Guilty Man, part 21

by Philip St. Raymond for The American Mercury THE "death notes" left beside Mary Phagan's body when she was murdered in...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 9th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Detective Harry Scott's Testimony as Given Before Coroner's Jury Atlanta JournalFriday, May 9th, 1913 An unexpected turn was given to...
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The Leo Frank Case: The Lynching of a Guilty Man, part 22

by Philip St. Raymond for The American Mercury ONE OF the weirdest aspects of the Leo Frank case was the —...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, May 10th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Girl Will Swear Office of Frank Deserted Between 12:05 and 12:10 Monteen Stover. Little girl, former employee of National Pencil...
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The Leo Frank Case: The Lynching of a Guilty Man, part 23

by Philip St. Raymond for The American Mercury ATTORNEY WILLIAM SMITH traded his "free" services as a lawyer for James Conley...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 10th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Guard of Secrecy is Thrown About Phagan Search by Solicitor Atlanta GeorgianSaturday, May 10th, 1913 Names of Witnesses Withheld by...
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The Leo Frank Case: The Lynching of a Guilty Man, part 24

by Philip St. Raymond for The American Mercury THERE HAS NEVER been a better refutation of the 1982 supposed testimony of...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 10th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Public Now Knows All Facts in Murder Case, Say Detectives Atlanta JournalSaturday, May 10th, 1913 Pinkertons Declare the State Has...
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The Leo Frank Case: The Lynching of a Guilty Man, part 25

by Philip St. Raymond for The American Mercury THE PROPAGANDA DISGUISED as journalism put forth by the partisans of Leo Frank...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, May 11th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Officer Swears He Found Frank With Young Girl Robert House Atlanta ConstitutionSunday, May 11th, 1913 Robert House, Now a Special...
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The Leo Frank Case: The Lynching of a Guilty Man, part 26

by Philip St. Raymond for The American Mercury THE LEO Frank case marked the maturation of — and radical changes in...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 11th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Caught Frank With Girl in Park, He Says Atlanta GeorgianSunday, May 11th, 1913 Robert T. House, a Special Policeman, Gives...
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The Leo Frank Case: The Lynching of a Guilty Man, part 27

by Philip St. Raymond for The American Mercury AS WE NEAR the end of this monumental audio book, we hear the...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 11th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

City Detectives' Theory of Phagan Murder Outlined Atlanta JournalSunday, May 11th, 1913 The Journal Presents First Complete Statement of Case...
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The Leo Frank Case: The Lynching of a Guilty Man, part 28

by Philip St. Raymondfor The American Mercury THE TITLE of this section of the book — "Who's Who in the Leo...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, May 12th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

The Phagan Case Day by Day Atlanta ConstitutionMonday, May 12th, 1913 The history of the baffling Phagan mystery, daily recorded,...
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The Leo Frank Case: The Lynching of a Guilty Man, part 29

by Philip St. Raymondfor The American Mercury WITH THIS audio recording, "Leo Frank Case Timeline," we come to the final section...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 12th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Burns Called into Phagan Mystery; On Way From Europe Leo M. Frank, the pencil factory superintendent, held in the Phagan...
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New Audio Book: The Murder of Little Mary Phagan

A NEW authorized audio book version of The Murder of Little Mary Phagan by Mary Phagan Kean has just been...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 12th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Rumor That Frank Married in Brooklyn Not True, Says Eagle Atlanta JournalMonday, May 12th, 1913 At Request of The Journal,...
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100 Years Ago Today: The Trial of Leo Frank Begins

Take a journey through time with the American Mercury, and experience the trial of Leo Frank (pictured, in courtroom sketch)...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, May 13th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

My Son Innocent, Declares Mother of Leo M. Frank Atlanta ConstitutionTuesday, May 13th, 1913 "I Am Confident That He Will...
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The Leo Frank Trial: Week One

100 years ago today the trial of the 20th century ended its first week, shedding brilliant light on the greatest...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 13th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Mother Thinks Police Are Doing Their Best Mary Phagan's mother, Fannie Phagan Coleman (center), with her family in Atlanta, 1902....
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The Leo Frank Trial: Week Two

The trial of Leo Frank for the murder of Mary Phagan ended its second week 100 years ago today. Join...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 13th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Solicitor Dorsey is Working New Theory in Phagan Mystery Atlanta JournalTuesday, May 13th, 1913 He Will Not Disclose Its Nature,...
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The Leo Frank Trial: Week Three

The trial of Leo Frank (pictured) for the murder of Mary Phagan ended its third week 100 years ago today....
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, May 14th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Clue is Sought in Handwriting of Mary Phagan Atlanta ConstitutionWednesday, May 14th, 1913 Reporter of The Constitution Is Summoned by...
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100 Years Ago Today: Leo Frank Takes the Stand

Today, on the 100th anniversary of Leo Frank taking the stand in his own defense, we present a digest of...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 14th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Secret Hunt by Burns in Mystery is Likely William J. Burns Atlanta GeorgianWednesday, May 14th, 1913 Probably Will Not Reveal...
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The Leo Frank Trial: Week Four

Join The American Mercury as we recount the events of the final week of the trial of Leo Frank (pictured)...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 14th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

New Theory Fails to Change Course of Murder Probe Atlanta JournalWednesday, May 14th, 1913 "A Local Celebrity" Is Working Out...
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The Leo Frank Trial: Closing Arguments of Hooper, Arnold, and Rosser

The American Mercury continues its centenary coverage of the trial of Leo Frank for the slaying of Mary Phagan with...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, May 15th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Victim of Murder Prepared to Die, Believes Dorsey Atlanta ConstitutionThursday, May 15th, 1913 Identification Slip Carried by Mary Phagan in...
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The Leo Frank Trial: Closing Arguments, Solicitor Dorsey

by Bradford L. Huie THE AMERICAN MERCURY now presents the final closing arguments by Solicitor Hugh Dorsey (pictured) in the...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 15th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Burns Investigator Will Probe Slaying Atlanta GeorgianThursday, May 15th, 1913 Noted Detective, Himself, to Take Up Case June 1—One of...
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New Audio Book: The American Mercury on Leo Frank – Judge Leonard Roan’s Charge to the Jury

THIS WEEK we present our final installment of our audio books on the subject of the 1913 trial of Leo...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 15th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

No Phagan Trial Before Last of June Declares Solicitor Atlanta JournalThursday, May 15th, 1913 If Indictments Are Returned by Grand...
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New Audio Book: The American Mercury on Leo Frank – 100 Reasons Leo Frank Is Guilty

by Penelope Lee THIS WEEK, as we are preparing the (very long) audio book version of the Leo Frank defense...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, May 16th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Coming of Burns is Assured, Says Colonel Felder Atlanta ConstitutionFriday, May 16th, 1913 To Solve Phagan Murder, Joseph Hirsch, Capitalist,...
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ADL: 100 Years of Hate

by Valdis Bell TODAY MARKS THE 100th anniversary of the largest and most-well funded hate and defamation group in the...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 16th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Burns Hunt for Phagan Slayer Begun Atlanta GeorgianFriday, May 16th, 1913 Skilled Aide of Famous Detective Arrives in Atlanta—Keeps Identity...
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Tom Watson: The Rich Jews Indict a State!

The Whole South Traduced. In the Matter of Leo Frank. by Thomas E. Watson (pictured), Watson's Magazine, Volume 21 Number...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 16th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Books and Papers in Phagan Case in Grand Jury's Hands Atlanta JournalFriday, May 16th, 1913 Two Employes of Pencil Company...
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Tom Watson: The Official Record in the Case of Leo Frank, a Jew Pervert

by Thomas E. Watson (pictured), Watson's Magazine, Volume 21 Number 5, September 1915 IN NEW YORK, there lived a fashionable...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, May 17th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

In Loop of Death Dorsey May Have Clue to Murderer Atlanta ConstitutionSaturday, May 17th, 1913 Noose Found Knotted Around Neck...
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Tom Watson: The Celebrated Case of The State of Georgia vs. Leo Frank

by Thomas E. Watson (pictured), Watson's Magazine, Volume 21 Number 4, August 1915 THE LAWS OF Georgia are extraordinarily favorable...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 17th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

New Phagan Witnesses Have Been Found Atlanta GeorgianSaturday, May 17th, 1913 Solicitor General Dorsey Declares Work of His Greatest Detective...
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Tom Watson: A Full Review of the Leo Frank Case

by Thomas E. Watson, Watson's Magazine, Volume 20 Number 5, March 1915 ON THE 23rd page of Puck, for the...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 17th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Phagan Case Will Go To Grand Jury in Present Form Atlanta JournalSaturday, May 17th, 1913 State Is Apparently Ready, as...
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Tom Watson: The Leo Frank Case

by Thomas E. Watson (pictured), Watson's Magazine, Volume 20 Number 3, January 1915 AN AGED MILLIONAIRE of New York had a...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, May 18th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Three Arrests Expected Soon in Phagan Case Atlanta ConstitutionSunday, May 18th, 1913 Members of the Staff of the Solicitor General...
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Audio Book: The Frank Case, part 1

The cover of the book on which our new audio book is based THE AMERICAN MERCURY is proud to present...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 18th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Burns Sleuth Makes Report in Phagan Case Atlanta GeorgianSunday, May 18th, 1913 Progress of Investigation Into Girl's Slaying Very Rapid,...
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Audio Book: The Frank Case, part 2

A photograph of Leo Frank, as published in The Frank Case THE AMERICAN MERCURY now presents the second part (of...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 18th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Phagan Theory is Unchanged After Three Weeks' Probe Atlanta JournalSunday, May 18th, 1913 Most Searching Investigation Ever Conducted in a...
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Audio Book: The Frank Case, part 3

WE ARE proud to present today, on the 107th anniversary of the foul murder of Mary Phagan, the third and...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, May 19th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Detectives Seek Clue in Writing of Negro Suspect Atlanta ConstitutionMonday, May 19th, 1913 Another Employee of the National Pencil Company...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 19th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Burns Eager to Solve Phagan Case Atlanta GeorgianMonday, May 19th, 1913 Famous Detective Expected to Arrive From Europe and Start...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 19th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Burns' Investigator Outlines His Theory of Phagan Murder Atlanta JournalMonday, May 19th, 1913 It Coincides In Practically Every Feature With...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, May 20th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Women Declare Phagan Murder Must Be Solved Atlanta ConstitutionTuesday, May 20th, 1913 "Freedom of Murderer Is a Menace to Honor...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 20th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Cases Ready Against Lee and Leo Frank Atlanta GeorgianTuesday, May 20th, 1913 Solicitor General Dorsey Declares All Evidence Will Go...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 20th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Phagan Case Goes to the Grand Jury in Present Form Atlanta JournalTuesday, May 20th, 1913 Solicitor and Detectives Are Ready...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, May 21st, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Tobie is Studying Mary Phagan's Life Atlanta ConstitutionWednesday, May 21st, 1913 Burns Operative Finds New Theory in Detailed Study of...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 21st, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

T. B. Felder Repudiates Report of Activity for Frank Atlanta GeorgianWednesday, May 21st, 1913 Stories That He Was Retained by...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 21st, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Finger Print Expert Works With Dorsey to Solve Mystery Atlanta JournalWednesday, May 21st, 1913 P. A. Flak, of New York,...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, May 22nd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Experts Are Here on Finger Prints Atlanta ConstitutionThursday, May 22nd, 1913 Two Investigators Are Added to Wm. J. Burns' Forces...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 22nd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Grand Jury Won't Hear Leo Frank or Lee Atlanta GeorgianThursday, May 22nd, 1913 Understood That Cases Will Be Brought Separately,...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 22nd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Phagan Case Will Go to Grand Jury at 10 A. M. Friday Atlanta JournalThursday, May 22nd, 1913 Names of Leo...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, May 23rd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Rooming House Sought by Frank Declares Woman Atlanta ConstitutionFriday, May 23rd, 1913 Mrs. Mima Famby Swears Suspected Man Wanted a...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 23rd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Indictment of Both Lee and Frank is Asked Atlanta GeorgianFriday, May 23rd, 1913 Great Mass of Evidence Carefully Prepared by...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 23rd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Febuary and Colyar Swear That Felder Offered Big Bribe Atlanta JournalFriday, May 23rd, 1913 Affidavit, Detailing Conversation Which Is Alleged...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, May 24th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Frank Not Home Hours on Saturday Declares Lanford Atlanta ConstitutionSaturday, May 24th, 1913 On Night of Murder Prisoner Was Not...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 24th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Dictograph Record Alleged Bribe Offer Atlanta GeorgianSaturday , May 24th, 1913 Here follows, in part, the alleged dictograph record of the...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 24th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Negro Sweeper Tells Officer Frank Asked Him to Write Some Notes Day Before Tragedy Atlanta JournalSaturday, May 24th, 1913 He...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, May 25th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Frank the Guilty Man, Declares Chief Lanford Atlanta ConstitutionSunday, May 25th, 1913 "Frank will be convicted. He is the guilty...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 25th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

I'll Indict Gang, Says Beavers Atlanta GeorgianSunday, May 25th, 1913 Declares He Will Die Fighting ‘Foes of Reform' Felder Denies...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 25th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

"Lanford is the Controlling Genius of Conspiracy to Protect the Murderer of Little Mary Phagan" Atlanta JournalSunday, May 25th, 1913...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, May 26th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Frank is Guilty, Says Pinkerton Atlanta ConstitutionMonday, May 26th, 1913 Sufficient Evidence Found to Convict Him, Declares Man Hired by...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 26th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Evidence Against Frank Conclusive, Say Police Atlanta GeorgianMonday, May 26th, 1913 Chief of Detectives Newport Lanford Monday announced that the...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, May 27th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Burns Agency Quits the Phagan Case; Tobie Leaves Today Atlanta ConstitutionTuesday, May 27th, 1913 Dan P. Lehon Holds Conference With...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 27th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Suspicion Turned to Conley; Accused by Factory Foreman Atlanta GeorgianTuesday, May 27th, 1913 Negro, Whose Story That He Wrote Notes...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 26th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

"I Have No Proof of Bribery in Phagan Case," Says Chief Atlanta JournalMonday, May 26th, 1913 Chief Detective Declares He...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 27th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Felder Barely Missed Being Trapped by His Own Dictograph Atlanta JournalTuesday, May 27th, 1913 Last week, when the detectives were...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, May 28th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Conley Reported to Admit Writing Notes Saturday Atlanta ConstitutionWednesday, May 28th, 1913 Negro Sweeper, It Is Stated, Acknowledges That He...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 28th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Conley Says Frank Took Him to Plant on Day of Slaying Atlanta GeorgianWednesday, May 28th, 1913 Negro Sweeper in New...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 28th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Conley Tells in Detail of Writing Notes on Saturday at Dictation of Mr. Frank Atlanta JournalWednesday, May 28th, 1913 Negro...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, May 29th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Negro Sweeper Tells the Story of Murder Notes Atlanta ConstitutionThursday, May 29th, 1913 James Conley Makes New Affidavit, Swearing That...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 29th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Negro Conley's Affidavit Lays Bare Slaying Atlanta GeorgianThursday, May 29th, 1913 Swears Frank Told Him Girl Had Hit Her Head...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 29th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

A. S. Colyar Released From Bond on Thursday Atlanta JournalThursday, May 29th, 1913 Tennessee Authorities Failed to Forward Requisition Papers...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, May 30th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

But One Thing is Proved in Mary Phagan Mystery Atlanta ConstitutionFriday, May 30th, 1913 Amid the warp of falsehood and...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 30th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Negro Conley Now Says He Helped to Carry Away Body Atlanta GeorgianFriday, May 30th, 1913 Chief of Detectives Lanford admitted...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 30th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Conley, Taken to Factory, Shows Where Girl Was Found—How They Put Body in Basement Atlanta JournalFriday, May 30th, 1913 Gruesome...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, May 31st, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Mary Phagan's Murder Was Work of a Negro Declares Leo M. Frank Atlanta ConstitutionSaturday, May 31st, 1913 "No Man With...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, May 31st, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Plan to Confront Conley and Frank for New Admission Atlanta GeorgianSaturday, May 31st, 1913 Police Hope Meeting Will Prove Whether...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, May 31st, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Grand Jury Called to Meet Tuesday in Special Session Atlanta JournalSaturday, May 31st, 1913 Meeting Called by Foreman Lewis H....
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, June 1st, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Conley is Removed from Fulton Tower at His Own Request Atlanta ConstitutionSunday, June 1st, 1913 Friends of Leo Frank Have...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, June 1st, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Conley's Story Cinches Case Against Frank, Says Lanford Atlanta GeorgianSunday, June 1st, 1913 ‘He Has Told the Whole Truth—There's Not...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, June 1st, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

At the top is a photograph of the note written by James Conley, the negro sweeper, at the factory Friday...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, June 2nd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Frank Asked Room to Conceal Body Believes Lanford Atlanta ConstitutionMonday, June 2nd, 1913 Detective Chief Forms New Theory as to...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, June 2nd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Negro Cook at Home Where Frank Lived Held by the Police Atlanta GeorgianMonday, June 2nd, 1913 Woman Questioned by Dorsey,...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, June 2nd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Frank's Defense is Outlined Atlanta JournalMonday, June 2nd, 1913 Mary Phagan Met Death on First Floor, Is Claim Defense Will...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, June 3rd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Leo Frank's Cook Put Under Arrest Atlanta ConstitutionTuesday, June 3rd, 1913 Reported That She Is Being Held as Witness—Defense of...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, June 3rd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Bitter Fight Certain in Trial of Frank Atlanta GeorgianTuesday, June 3rd, 1913 Defense Prepares to Show Glaring Discrepancies in Affidavit...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, June 3rd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Attorney Retained for Negro Servant at Frank's Home Atlanta JournalTuesday, June 3rd, 1913 George Gordon Represents Minola McKnight as Attorney...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, June 4th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Servant of Frank is Liberated After Long Examination Atlanta ConstitutionWednesday, June 4th, 1913 Despite Gruelling Third Degree, Woman Maintains Denial...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, June 4th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Frank's Cook Was Counted Upon as Defense Witness Atlanta GeorgianWednesday, June 4th, 1913 While police activities have been turned to...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, June 4th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Sensational Affidavit Made by Minola M'Knight, Negro Cook at Home of L. M. Frank Atlanta JournalWednesday, June 4th, 1913 In...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, June 5th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Frank Wanted Gun to Take His Life, Says Negro Cook Atlanta ConstitutionThursday, June 5th, 1913 Sensational Affidavit Made for the...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, June 5th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Cook Repudiates Entire Affidavit Police Possess Atlanta GeorgianThursday, June 5th, 1913 Utter repudiation of the affidavits which she was alleged...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, June 5th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

"My Husband is Innocent," Declares Mrs. Leo M. Frank In First Public Statement Atlanta JournalThursday, June 5th, 1913 Wife of...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, June 6th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Dorsey Replies to the Charges of Mrs. L. Frank Atlanta ConstitutionFriday, June 6th, 1913 Says the Wife of an Accused...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, June 6th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Report Negro Found Who Saw Phagan Attack Atlanta GeorgianFriday, June 6th, 1913 St. Louis, June 6.—That a negro, who is...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, June 6th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Conley Sticks to His Story; Declares Detective Chief Atlanta JournalFriday, June 6th 1913 Report of a Confession, Different From One...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, June 7th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Current in Effect on Day of Tragedy Atlanta ConstitutionSaturday, June 7th, 1913 Report That Elevator in Pencil Factory Was Not...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, June 7th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Defense Digs Deep to Show Conley is Phagan Girl Slayer Atlanta GeorgianSaturday, June 7th, 1913 Getting New Evidence to Show...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, June 7th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

"Torture Chamber" Methods Charged in Getting Evidence Atlanta JournalSaturday, June 7th, 1913 In Card to The Journal, Wife of Factory...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, June 8th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Lanford Answers Felder's Charge Atlanta ConstitutionSunday, June 8, 1913 Declares That He Has Never Seen Gentry But Once in His...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, June 8th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Fair Play Alone Can Find Truth in Phagan Puzzle, Declares Old Reporter Atlanta GeorgianSunday, June 8th, 1913 Average Atlantan Believes...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, June 8th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Solicitor Makes No Reply to Mrs. Frank Atlanta JournalSunday, June 8, 1913 Hugh M. Dorsey Has No Comment to Make...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, June 9th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Foreman Tells Why He Holds Conley Guilty Atlanta GeorgianMonday, June 9th, 1913 R. P. Barrett, in Letter to Georgian, Gives...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, June 9th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Defense to Make Next Move in Phagan Case Atlanta JournalMonday, June 9th, 1913 Apparently Prosecuting Officials Consider Their Investigation Complete...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, June 10th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Leo Frank Reported Ready for His Trial Atlanta ConstitutionTuesday, June 10, 1913 Many Witnesses Are Being Examined Every Day by...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, June 10th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Eyewitness to Phagan Slaying Sought Atlanta GeorgianTuesday, June 10th, 1913 Story That Companion of Conley Saw Him Strike Down Girl...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, June 10th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Luther Z. Rosser, Attorney for Frank, Trains His Guns on City Detective Chief The Atlanta JournalTuesday, June 10, 1913 SAYS...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, June 11th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Dictograph Records Crooked, Says Gentry The Atlanta ConstitutionJune 11, 1913 NOTEBOOK WILL PROVE REPORTS WERE ‘PADDED,' HE SAYS IN AFFIDAVIT...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, June 11th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Police Hold Conley By Court's Order Atlanta GeorgianWednesday, June 11th, 1913 Judge Roan Gives Suspect Chance to Show Why He...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, June 11th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Grand Jury Will Probe Affidavits About Dictagraph The Atlanta ConstitutionJune 12, 1913 Investigation of Charges and Counter Charges Will Begin...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, June 12th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Grand Jury Will Probe Affidavits About Dictagraph The Atlanta ConstitutionJune 12, 1913 Investigation of Charges and Counter Charges Will Begin...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, June 12th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Face Conley and Frank, Lanford Urges The Atlanta GeorgianThursday, June 12, 1913 Detective Chief Ready to Have Accuser Confront Prisoner...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, June 12th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Court's Order May Result in Meeting of Negro and Frank Atlanta JournalThursday, June 12th, 1913 Jim Conley, Negro Sweeper, Accusing...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, June 13th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Negro Conley May Face Frank Today The Atlanta ConstitutionJune 13, 1913 Hearing Before Judge Roan Today Will Decide Whether Negro...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, June 13th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Judge Roan to Decide Conley's Jail Fate Atlanta GeorgianFriday, June 13th, 1913 Chief of Detectives Lanford Receives No Order to...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, June 13th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Solicitor H. M. Dorsey Wins in First Clash; L. Z. Rosser Declares Procedure a Farce Atlanta JournalFriday, June 13th, 1913...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, June 14th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Conley Released, Then Rearrested The Atlanta ConstitutionSaturday, June 14, 1913 After a short hearing in his chambers yesterday Judge L....
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, June 14th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

State Takes Advantage of Points Known The Atlanta GeorgianSaturday, June 14, 1913 With certain of the strong defenses of Leo...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, June 14th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Solicitor H. M. Dorsey Leaves for New York The Atlanta JournalSaturday, June 14, 1913 Declares Visit Has Nothing to Do...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, June 15th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Frank Hooper Aids Phagan Prosecution The Atlanta ConstitutionSunday, June 15, 1913 Solicitor General Hugh Dorsey Announces His Associate in Big...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, June 15th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Gentry, Found by Journal, Says Notes Will Show Enough to Justify What Was Sworn To The Atlanta JournalSunday, June 15,...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, June 16th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Constitution Picture Will Figure in Trial The Atlanta ConstitutionMonday, June 16, 1913 Solicitor Wants Photograph of Spot Where Mary Phagan's...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, June 16th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Dorsey Aide Says Frank Is Fast In Net The Atlanta GeorgianMonday, June 16, 1913 Attorney Hooper Declares State Is Prepared...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, June 16th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Hooper Wants a Rest For Public From Case The Atlanta JournalMonday, June 16, 1913 Attorney Associated With Prosecution, Says State...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, June 17th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Constitution Picture Will Figure in Trial The Atlanta ConstitutionMonday, June 16, 1913 Solicitor Wants Photograph of Spot Where Mary Phagan's...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, June 17th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Sensations in Phagan Case at Hand The Atlanta GeorgianTuesday, June 17, 1913 Out-of-Town Trips Believed To Be of Great Importance—Defense...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, June 17th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Guessers See a Mystery in Dorsey-Hooper Trips The Atlanta JournalTuesday, June 17, 1913 Speculation About Departure of Phagan Case Figures...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, June 18th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Two New Witnesses Sought by Officers The Atlanta ConstitutionWednesday, June 18, 1913 Former Girl Employee and a Machanic [sic] May...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, June 18th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Rush Plans for Trial of Leo Frank The Atlanta GeorgianWednesday, June 18, 1913 Extensive Preparations Made to Accommodate Great Crowd...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, June 18th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Will Reuben R. Arnold Aid Frank's Defense? The Atlanta JournalWednesday, June 18, 1913 Mr. Arnold and Luther Z. Rosser Both...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, June 19th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Reuben Arnold May Aid Frank's Defense In Big Murder Trial The Atlanta ConstitutionThursday, June 19, 1913 When questioned last night...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, June 19th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Blow Aimed at Formby Story The Atlanta GeorgianThursday, June 19, 1913 DEFENSE HAS WITNESSES TO REFUTE WOMANLearns Identity of Other...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, June 19th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Hooper Returns and Takes Up Phagan Case The Atlanta JournalThursday, June 19, 1913 Declares Trip to Cincinnati Had Nothing to...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, June 20th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Formby Woman May Not Be A Witness The Atlanta ConstitutionFriday, June 20, 1913 State Declares Its Case Against Frank Is...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, June 20th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Frank Trial Will Not Be Long One The Atlanta GeorgianFriday, June 20, 1913 Few Witnesses of the Scores Examined Will...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, June 20th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Frank Case May Not Be Tried June 30 The Atlanta JournalFriday, June 20, 1913 Dorsey Expects to Be Ready, He...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, June 21st, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Postponement Likely In Leo Frank's Trial The Atlanta ConstitutionSaturday, June 21, 1913 Doubt is expressed around the Fulton superior court...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, June 21st, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Justice Aim in Phagan Case, Says Hooper The Atlanta GeorgianSaturday, June 21, 1913 I have not been employed in the...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, June 21st, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Date of Frank Trial Still In Much Doubt The Atlanta JournalSaturday, June 21, 1913 Belief Grows That Case Will Not...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, June 22nd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Frank Not Guilty of Phagan Murder Declares Arnold The Atlanta ConstitutionSunday, June 22, 1913 Prominent Atlanta Lawyer Engaged to Aid...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, June 22nd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Arnold to Aid Frank Reuben Arnold, noted Atlanta lawyer, who in a statement to The Sunday American says he will...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, June 22nd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Rosser & Brandon Join With Slaton & Phillips The Atlanta JournalSunday, June 22, 1913 Two Big Atlanta Law Firms Go...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, June 23rd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Leo M. Frank's Trial June 30, Says Dorsey The Atlanta ConstitutionMonday, June 23, 1913 Solicitor General Hears Report That John...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, June 23rd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Venire of 72 for Frank Jury Is Drawn The Atlanta GeorgianMonday, June 23, 1913 Negro Conley Sticks to Affidavit Story...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, June 23rd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Solicitor Will Fix Frank Trial for June 30, He Says The Atlanta JournalMonday, June 23, 1913 Unless "Showing" Is Made...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, June 24th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Frank's Trial Set For Next Monday The Atlanta ConstitutionTuesday, June 24, 1913 Indications Are Case Will Begin on That Day—Jury...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, June 24th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Both Sides Called in Conference by Judge; Trial Set for July 28 The Atlanta GeorgianTuesday, June 24, 1913 Dorsey, Beavers...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, June 24th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

July 28 Is Date Agreed Upon for Trial of Frank The Atlanta JournalTuesday, June 24, 1913 Judge Names Date After...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, June 25th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Trial of Leo Frank Postponed by Judge The Atlanta ConstitutionWednesday, June 25, 1913 Date of Trial Changed From June 30...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, June 25th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Conley, Put on Grill, Sticks Story The Atlanta GeorgianWednesday, June 25, 1913 Police Resume Questioning of the Negro Sweeper Who...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, June 25th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Both Sides Are Ready for Trial of Frank The Atlanta JournalWednesday, June 25, 1913 Few Developments Expected Between Now and...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, June 26th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Stover Girl Will Star in Frank Trial The Atlanta GeorgianThursday, June 26, 1913 State, However, Must Prove She Entered Factory...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, June 26th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

To Hold Frank Trial in the Old City Hall The Atlanta JournalThursday, June 26, 1913 Case Will Be Heard in...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, June 27th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

New Frank Evidence Held by Dorsey The Atlanta GeorgianFriday, June 27, 1913 Solicitor Closely Guards Data of Which City Detectives...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, June 27th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Hooper Sees Conley for the First Time The Atlanta JournalFriday, June 27, 1913 Attorney Who Will Aid Solicitor Hears Negro...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, June 28th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Lanford and Felder Indicted for Libel The Atlanta ConstitutionSaturday, June 28, 1913 Indictments Grew Out of the Dictagraph Episode and...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, June 28th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

State Secures New Phagan Evidence The Atlanta GeorgianSaturday, June 28, 1913 [HOOPER SECURES NEW EVIDENCE FROM CONLEY]* [NEW FACTS GIVEN...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, June 28th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Hooper and Goldstein Join Little & Powell The Atlanta JournalSaturday, June 28, 1913 Former Solicitor of Southwestern Circuit and Popular...
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You Are There:Atlanta Georgian, June 29th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Brilliant Legal Battle Is Sure as Hooper And Arnold Clash in Trial of Leo Frank The Atlanta GeorgianSunday, June 29,...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, June 29th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Many Experts to Take Stand in Frank Trial The Atlanta GeorgianSunday, June 29, 1913 Great Array of Finger-Print and Blood-Stain...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, June 30th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Conley Tale Is Hope of Defense The Atlanta GeorgianMonday, June 30, 1913 DEFENSE PLANS TO TEAR DOWN CONLEY TALE* *...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, July 1, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

May Indict Conley as Slayer The Atlanta GeorgianTuesday, July 1, 1913 Grand Jury Reported as Seriously Considering Connection of Negro...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, July 1, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Facts Do Not Indicate Indictment of Conley The Atlanta JournalTuesday, July 1, 1913 Rumor About Negro in Phagan Case Not...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, July 3rd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Writ Sought In Move to Free Negro Lee The Atlanta GeorgianThursday, July 3, 1913 Attorney for Watchman Declares Client Knows...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, July 4th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Effort Will Be Made to Free Newt Lee The Atlanta ConstitutionFriday, July 4, 1913 Attorney Chappell Declares Belief That Lee...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, July 4th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

New Testimony Lays Crime to Conley The Atlanta GeorgianFriday, July 4, 1913 Frank Defense Locates Witness Who Points to the...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, July 4th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Lee's Lawyer Expects Delay in Frank Case The Atlanta JournalFriday, July 4, 1913 State Certain to Fight Chappell's Effort to...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, July 5th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Liberty for Newt Lee Sought The Atlanta GeorgianSaturday, July 5, 1913 Writ to Free Watchman From the Tower Will Be...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, July 5th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Fight for Newt Lee's Freedom is Delayed The Atlanta JournalSaturday, July 5, 1913 Bernard Chappell, His Lawyer, Expects to Bring...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, July 6th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

New Move in Phagan Case by Solicitor The Atlanta GeorgianSunday, July 6, 1913 Dorsey Will Endeavor to Force Defense to...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, July 7th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Lee's Attorney is Ready for Writ Fight The Atlanta GeorgianMonday, July 7, 1913 Habeas Corpus Move to Free Negro in...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, July 8th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Attitude of Defense Secret The Atlanta GeorgianTuesday, July 8, 1913 Attorneys for Accused Man Can Keep Him From Facing Accuser...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, July 8th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Newt Lee's Attorneys Seeking His Freedom The Atlanta JournalTuesday, July 8, 1913 Habeas Corpus Proceedings May Bring Frank and Conley...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, July 9th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

New Evidence in Phagan Case Found The Atlanta GeorgianWednesday, July 9, 1913 iGrl [sic] Called to Tell of Negro She...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, July 9th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Mary Phagan Pay Envelope Found The Atlanta JournalWednesday, July 9, 1913 MYSTERY'S LOST LINK IS FOUND NEAR WHERE CONLEY SAYS...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, July 10th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Mary Phagan's Pay Envelope is Found The Atlanta ConstitutionThursday, July 10, 1913 Discovery Made by Detectives Weeks Ago, But Is...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, July 10th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Says Conley Confessed Slaying The Atlanta GeorgianThursday, July 10, 1913 *Editor's Note: Articles with the titles "Tells of Conley Confession"...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, July 10th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

No Finger Prints Found by Expert on Phagan Envelope The Atlanta JournalThursday, July 10, 1913 Examination of Portion of Slain...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, July 11th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Conley Not Right Man, Says Mincey The Atlanta ConstitutionFriday, July 11, 1913 Insurance Man Who Made Affidavit Says Conversation Was...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, July 11th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Slaying Charge for Conley Is Expected The Atlanta GeorgianFriday, July 11, 1913 Speedy Indictment of Negro Is Likely Following Publication...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, July 11th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Agent Claims Conley Confessed to Murder The Atlanta JournalFriday, July 11, 1913 Detectives Deny That Mincey Told Them of Alleged...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, July 12th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Conley Kept on Grill 4 Hours The Atlanta GeorgianSaturday, July 12, 1913 After Gruelling Third Degree, Officials Refuse to Deny...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, July 12th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Conley Again Quizzed by Prosecutor Dorsey The Atlanta JournalSaturday, July 12, 1913 [*Editor's Note: The first sentence in this article...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, July 13th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Former Story True, Says Negro Sweeper The Atlanta ConstitutionSunday, July 13, 1913 Jim Conley Declares Positively That He Has Made...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, July 13th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Seek Negro Who Says He Was Eye-Witness to Phagan Murder The Atlanta GeorgianSunday, July 13, 1913 Fugitive, Reported to Have...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, July 14th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Mincey's Own Story The Atlanta GeorgianMonday, July 14, 1913 *Editor's Note: This article also appeared in the Night Edition under...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, July 15th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Holloway Corroborates Mincey's Affidavit The Atlanta GeorgianTuesday, July 15, 1913 RECALLS HE WAS TOLD STORY OF CONLEY Watchman Remembers of...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, July 15th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Mincey Affidavit Not New to the Solicitor The Atlanta JournalTuesday, July 15, 1913 State Officials Refuse to Consider Seriously Statement...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, July 16th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

No New Indictment Says Jury Foreman The Atlanta ConstitutionWednesday, July 16, 1913 State Has No Intention of Changing Plan of...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, July 16th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Dorsey Adds Startling Evidence The Atlanta GeorgianWednesday, July 16, 1913 *Editor's Note: This article also ran in the Final (Box...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, July 16th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Second Phagan Indictment Probable The Atlanta JournalWednesday, July 16, 1913 *Editor's Note: A small section of text is missing from...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, July 17th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Dorsey Blocked Indictment of Conley The Atlanta GeorgianThursday, July 17, 1913 *Editor's Note: This article ran in other editions of...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, July 17th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Effort Being Made to Indict Negro Conley The Atlanta JournalThursday, July 17, 1913 Foreman Beattie of Grand Jury, However, Says...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, July 18th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Many Rumors Afloat Regarding Grand Jury The Atlanta ConstitutionFriday, July 18, 1913 Among These Is One That Effort Will Be...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, July 18th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Detectives Working to Discredit Mincey The Atlanta GeorgianFriday, July 18, 1913 POLICE HALT GRILLING OF CONLEY Detective Bent on Questioning...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, July 18th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Grand Jury Is Called Monday to Indict Jim Conley The Atlanta JournalFriday, July 18, 1913 *Editor's Note: Small sections of...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, July 19th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Scott Believes Conley Innocent, Asserts Lanford The Atlanta ConstitutionSaturday, July 19, 1913 Chief's Statement Follows the Publication of Report That...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, July 19th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Dorsey Resists Move to Indict Jim Conley The Atlanta GeorgianSaturday, July 19, 1913 GRAND JURY SPLIT BY LATEST MOVE Public...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, July 19th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Jury Is Determined to Consider a Bill Against Jim Conley The Atlanta JournalSaturday, July 19, 1913 Protest of Solicitor Fails...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, July 20th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Mrs. Nina Formby Will Not Return for Trial The Atlanta ConstitutionSunday, July 20, 1913 Woman Swore That Leo M. Frank...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, July 20th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Counsel of Frank Says Dorsey Has Sought to Hide Facts The Atlanta GeorgianSunday, July 20, 1913 Attorneys Rosser and Arnold,...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, July 20th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Dorsey Is Seeking to Be Grand Jury And Solicitor Too, Say Frank's Counsel The Atlanta JournalSunday, July 20, 1913 SOLICITOR...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, July 21st, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Protest of Solicitor Dorsey Wins The Atlanta GeorgianMonday, July 21, 1913 Presents Evidence Showing Indictment of Negro Would Hinder Frank...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, July 21st, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Will Not Indict Jim Conley Now, Jury's Decision The Atlanta JournalMonday, July 21, 1913 Solicitor Dorsey Makes Brief Announcement to...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, July 22nd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Story of Phagan Case by Chapters Atlanta GeorgianJuly 22nd, 1913 Slaying of Factory Girl, South's Most Baffling Crime Mystery, Reviewed...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, July 22nd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Was Mary Phagan Killed With Bludgeon? Atlanta JournalJuly 22nd, 1913 BLOODY STICK NOW IN POSSESSION OF FRANK'S ATTORNEYS Was Found...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, July 23rd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Bloody Club Lends New Clue to Mystery Atlanta ConstitutionJuly 23rd, 1913 Defense of Leo Frank Attaches Importance to Find Made...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, July 23rd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Second Chapter in Phagan Mystery Atlanta GeorgianJuly 23rd, 1913 The Discovery of the Body of the Slain Factory Girl and...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, July 23rd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Fight Expected Over Effort to Defer Frank Case Atlanta JournalJuly 23, 1913 No Witnesses for Defense Have Been Called for...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, July 24th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Phagan Mystery Club Examined by Experts Atlanta ConstitutionJuly 24th, 1913 Report Says That It Has Been Sent to Northern City...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, July 24th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Third Chapter in Phagan Mystery Atlanta GeorgianJuly 24th, 1913 Arrests of Suspects in the Factory Slaying. Sensation as Leo Frank,...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, July 24th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Frank's Trial May be Postponed Until Early in the Fall Atlanta JournalJuly 24th, 1913 Judge L. S. Roan, Who Will...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, July 25th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Try to Corroborate Story Told by Conley Atlanta ConstitutionJuly 25th, 1913 Negro Is Taken in Chief's Auto to Sections He...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, July 25th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Witnesses for Frank Called Atlanta GeorgianJuly 25th, 1913 Despite Judge's Statement All Is In Readiness, Move for Postponement Is Expected....
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, July 25th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Frank Will Likely Face Trial Monday for Phagan Crime Atlanta JournalJuly 25th, 1913 Defense Subpoenaes 150 Witnesses, and If Any...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, July 26th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Frank's Lawyers Ready for Trial Atlanta ConstitutionJuly 26th, 1913 They Have Started Summoning Witnesses and Are Quoted as Having Agreed...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, July 26th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Chapter 5 in Phagan Case Atlanta GeorgianJuly 26th, 1913 The Negro Conley's Confession That He Was Frank's Accomplice and Events...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, July 26th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Leo Frank Expects Acquittal and Asks an Immediate Trial Atlanta JournalJuly 26th, 1913 Pencil Factory Superintendent Declares the Sooner He...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, July 27th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

All in Readiness for Frank's Trial Monday Morning Atlanta ConstitutionJuly 27th, 1913 Greatest Legal Battle in the History of Dixie...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, July 27th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Phagan Case of Peculiar And Enthralling Interest Atlanta Georgian (Hearst's Sunday American)July 27th, 1913 As Leo Frank faces to-day the...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, July 27th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Leo M. Frank Will Go to Trial Monday, It Is Now Believed Atlanta JournalJuly 27th, 1913 Indications Were Saturday Night...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, July 28th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Leo Frank's Trial on Murder Charge Booked for Today Atlanta ConstitutionJuly 28th, 1913 Judge L. S. Roan Announces That He...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, July 28th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Mary Phagan's Mother Testifies Atlanta GeorgianJuly 28th, 1913 Newt Lee Repeats His Story in Court Room Negro Watchman Swears Frank...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, July 28th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Court Scenes at Frank Trial; How It Looks Inside and Out Atlanta JournalJuly 28th, 1913 Three Distinct Crowds Are There,...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, July 29th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Numerous Witnesses Called in Frank Case Atlanta ConstitutionJuly 29th, 1913 List Indicates That Prisoner Is Prepared to Put Character in...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, July 2nd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Findings in Probe are Guarded The Atlanta GeorgianWednesday, July 2, 1913 No Indication Given of Results of Investigation of Reports...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, July 29th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Spectators at Frank Trial Make an Absorbing Study Atlanta JournalJuly 29th, 1913 They Come From Every Station in Life—From the...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, July 29th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Lawyers Hammer Lee for Two Hours at Monday Afternoon Session Atlanta JournalJuly 29th, 1913 Negro Nightwatchman Who Found Mary Phagan's...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, July 30th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Officer Tells About Discovery Of Body of Girl in Basement Atlanta ConstitutionJuly 30th, 1913 Sergeant L. S. Dobbs, one of...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, July 30th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Gantt Has Startling Evidence; Dorsey Promises New Testimony Against Frank Atlanta GeorgianJuly 30th, 1913 STATE ADDS NEW LINK TO EVIDENCE...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, July 30th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Defense to Claim Strands of Hair Found Were Not Mary Phagan's Atlanta JournalJuly 30th, 1913 GRACE HIX TESTIFIES THAT GIRLS...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, July 31st, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Rogers on Stand Describes Visit of Frank to Undertakers Atlanta ConstitutionJuly 31st, 1913 When court convened and before the jury...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, July 31st, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Scott Trapped Us, Dorsey Charges; Pinkerton Man Is Also Attacked by the Defense Atlanta GeorgianJuly 31st, 1913 FRANK NOT IN...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, July 31st, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Rosser Riddles One of the State's Chief Witnesses Atlanta JournalJuly 31st, 1913 Detective John Black "Goes to Pieces" Under Rapid-Fire...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, August 1st, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

William Gheesling, Embalmer, Tells of Wounds on Girl's Body Atlanta ConstitutionAugust 1st, 1913 William Gheesling, the undertaker who embalmed Mary...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, August 1st, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Conley Takes Stand Saturday Atlanta GeorgianAugust 1st, 1913 Lawyers Wrangle Over Frank's Nervousness DORSEY WINS POINT AS ROSSER BATTLES TO...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, August 1st, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Watchman Swears Elevator Was Open; Changes Evidence Atlanta JournalAugust 1st, 1913 E. F. Holloway Angers Dorsey When He Testifies Contrary...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, August 2nd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Startling Statements Made During Testimony of Dr. Harris Atlanta ConstitutionAugust 2nd, 1913 Making the startling declaration that Mary Phagan had...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, August 2nd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Will 5 Ounces of Cabbage Help Convict Leo M. Frank? Atlanta GeorgianAugust 2nd, 1913 Are five and half ounces of...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, August 2nd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Dr. Harris Collapses on Stand as He Gives Sensational Evidence Atlanta JournalAugust 2nd, 1913 Physician Testifies at Frank Trial That...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, August 3rd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Detective Waggoner Describes Extreme Nervousness of Frank Atlanta ConstitutionAugust 3rd, 1913 City Detective D. L. Waggoner was called to the...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, August 3rd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Conley to Bring Frank Case Crisis Atlanta GeorgianAugust 3rd, 1913 Negro's Testimony Now Supremely Important Both Sides Stake Their All...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, August 3rd, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Photo-diagram of court room in old city hall building, where Leo M. Frank, superintendent of the National Pencil factory, is...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, August 4th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Leo Frank's Trial Is Attracting Universal Interest in Georgia Atlanta ConstitutionAugust 4th, 1913 By Britt Craig. There has never been...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, August 4th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Conley's Story In Detail; Women Barred By Judge Atlanta GeorgianAugust 4th, 1913 There was a murmur of excitement following the...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, August 4th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Many Discrepancies Between Conley's Testimony and His Testimony Given to Detectives Atlanta JournalAugust 4th, 1913 Negro Swore Previously That He...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, August 5th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Frank Very Nervous, Testifies L. O. Grice Atlanta ConstitutionAugust 5th, 1913 Witness Had Gone to the Pencil Factory After Reading...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, August 5th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Mrs. Frank Breaks Down in Court Atlanta GeorgianAugust 5th, 1913 Judge, Favoring Defense, Reserves Decision as to Striking Out Testimony...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, August 5th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Lawyers on Both Sides Satisfied With Conley Atlanta JournalAugust 5th, 1913 "They Haven't Shaken Him a Particle," Says Dorsey—"He Has...
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You Are There: Atlanta Constitution, August 6th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Conley's Main Story Still Remains Unshaken Atlanta ConstitutionAugust 6th, 1913 GRILLED 12 HOURS BY LUTHER ROSSER JIM CONLEY INSISTS FRANK...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, August 6th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Conley Swears Frank Hid Purse Atlanta GeorgianAugust 6th, 1913 Sweeper's Grilling Ends After 151/2 Hours, His Main Story Unshaken MYSTERY...
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You Are There: Atlanta Journal, August 6th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Judge Roan Reverses Decision on Conley Testimony Atlanta JournalAugust 6th, 1913 Conley's Whole Testimony Will Be Allowed to Stay in...
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You Are There: Atlanta Georgian, August 7th, 1913 – Little Mary Phagan

Roan's Ruling Heavy Blow to Defense Atlanta GeorgianAugust 7th, 1913 Judge Roan administered a severe blow to the defense Wednesday...
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