Atlanta Constitution

Atlanta Constitution Newspapers about the Frank-Phagan case will be listed here.



April 28, 1913: Girl is Assaulted and then Murdered in Heart of Town (Atlanta Constitution)

April 28, 1913: Pretty Young Victim of Sunday’s Atrocious Crime and the Building in Which She Met Her Death (Atlanta Constitution)

April 29, 1913: $1,000 Reward (Atlanta Constitution)

April 29, 1913: Held on Murder Charge in Mary Phagan Case (Atlanta Constitution)

April 29, 1913: I Am Not Guilty, Says John M. Gant (Atlanta Constitution)

April 29, 1913: Pinkertons Hired to Assist Police Probe the Murder of Mary Phagan (Atlanta Constitution)

April 29, 1913: Was Victim of Murder Lured Off on Joy Ride Before She Met Death? (Atlanta Constitution)

April 30, 1913: Did Murderers Plan Cremation? (Atlanta Constitution)

April 30, 1913: Murder Analyzed by Dr. M’Kelway (Atlanta Constitution)

April 30, 1913: While Hundreds Sob, Body of Mary Phagan Lowered Into Grave (Atlanta Constitution)

April 30, 1913: While Hunt Continues for Slayer of Mary Phagan, Marietta Mourns as Body is Lowered into Grave (Atlanta Constitution)

May 1, 1913: Frank Tried to Flirt With Murdered Girl, Says Her Boy Chum (Atlanta Constitution)

May 1, 1913: Newt Lee Tells His Story During Morning Session (Atlanta Constitution)

May 1, 1913: Pretty Young Sweetheart Comes to the Aid of Arthur Mullinax (Atlanta Constitution)

May 2, 1913: Frank and Lee Held in Tower, Others Released (Atlanta Constitution)

May 2, 1913: Frank Girls Going to Inquest (Atlanta Constitution)

May 2, 1913: Keep an Open Mind (Atlanta Constitution)

May 4, 1913: Impostors Busy in Sleuth Roles in Phagan Case (Atlanta Constitution)

May 4, 1913: The Case of Mary Phagan (Atlanta Constitution)

May 5, 1913: Sleuths Believe They Can Convict Phagan Murderer (Atlanta Constitution)

May 6, 1913: Pistol Toting is Condemned by Judge Ellis in His Charge (Atlanta Constitution)

May 6, 1913: Third Man Brought into Phagan Mystery by Frank’s Evidence (Atlanta Constitution)

May 7, 1913: Officials Plan to Exhume Body of Victim Today (Atlanta Constitution)

May 8, 1913: Frank Will Take a Stand at Inquest (Atlanta Constitution)

May 8, 1913: Stains of Blood on Shirt Fresh, Says Dr. Smith (Atlanta Constitution)

May 9, 1913: Frank and Lee Ordered Held by Coroner’s Jury for Mary Phagan Murder (Atlanta Constitution)

May 10, 1913: Factory Foreman Who Testified (Atlanta Constitution)

May 10, 1913: Girl Will Swear Office of Frank Deserted Between 12:05 and 12:10 (Atlanta Constitution)

May 11, 1913: Officer Swears He Found Frank With Young Girl (Atlanta Constitution)

May 11, 1913: Mystery of 14-Year-Old Mary Phagan’s Tragic End Adds One to Long List of Atlanta’s Unsolved Crimes (Atlanta Constitution)

May 12, 1913: Find Guilty Man, Frank’s Lawyer Told Pinkertons (Atlanta Constitution)

May 12, 1913: The Phagan Case Day by Day (Atlanta Constitution)

May 13, 1913: Story From New York (Atlanta Constitution)

May 14, 1913: Clue is Sought in Handwriting of Mary Phagan (Atlanta Constitution)

May 14, 1913: Poem in Handwriting of Mary Phagan May Give Solicitor Clue to Murder (Atlanta Constitution)

May 15, 1913: Victim of Murder Prepared to Die, Believes Dorsey (Atlanta Constitution)

May 16, 1913: Constitution Starts Fund to Bring Burns Here to Solve the Mary Phagan Murder Mystery (Atlanta Constitution)

May 17, 1913: Bring Burns Here (Atlanta Constitution)

May 17, 1913: In Loop of Death, Dorsey May Have Clue to Murderer (Atlanta Constitution)

May 18, 1913: Three Arrests Expected Soon in Phagan Case (Atlanta Constitution)

May 19, 1913: Detectives Seek Clue in Writing of Negro Suspect (Atlanta Constitution)

May 20, 1913: Women Declare Phagan Murder Must be Solved (Atlanta Constitution)

May 21, 1913: Tobie is Studying Mary Phagan’s Life (Atlanta Constitution)

May 22, 1913: Experts are Here on Finger Prints (Atlanta Constitution)

May 23, 1913: Rooming House Sought by Frank, Declares Woman (Atlanta Constitution)

May 24, 1913: Coleman Affidavit Which Police Say Felder Wanted (Atlanta Constitution)

May 24, 1913: Frank Not at Home Hours on Sunday, Declares Lanford (Atlanta Constitution)

May 24, 1913: Girl Strangled, Says Indictment (Atlanta Constitution)

May 24, 1913: Leading Figures in Charges of Bribery in Phagan Case (Atlanta Constitution)

May 25, 1913: “Becker of South” Lanford is Branded by Col. Tom Felder (Atlanta Constitution)

May 25, 1913: Frank Indicted in Phagan Case (Atlanta Constitution)

May 25, 1913: Frank is Praised by John O. Parmele (Atlanta Constitution)

May 25, 1913: Others Will be Involved in New Bribery Charges Intimates Chief Lanford (Atlanta Constitution)

May 25, 1913: Savings of School Girls are Offered to Hunt for Murderer of Mary Phagan (Atlanta Constitution)

May 25, 1913: Thomas Felder Brands the Charges of Bribery Diabolical Conspiracy (Atlanta Constitution)

May 26, 1913: New Witnesses in Phagan Case Found by Police (Atlanta Constitution)

May 26, 1913: Thousands in Atlanta Living the Life of Mary Phagan’s Murderer (Atlanta Constitution)

May 27, 1913: Burns Agency Quits the Phagan Case; Tobie Leaves Today (Atlanta Constitution)

May 28, 1913: Conley Reported to Admit Writing Notes Saturday (Atlanta Constitution)

May 29, 1913: Negro Sweeper Tells the Story of Murder Notes (Atlanta Constitution)

May 30, 1913: But One Thing Is Proved in Mary Phagan Mystery (Atlanta Constitution)

May 30, 1913: Conley Says He Helped Frank Carry Body of Mary Phagan to Pencil Factory Cellar (Atlanta Constitution)

May 31, 1913: Mary Phagan’s Murder Was Work of a Negro, Declares Leo M. Frank (Atlanta Constitution)

June 1, 1913: Conley is Removed from Fulton Tower at His Own Request (Atlanta Constitution)

June 2, 1913: Frank Asked Room to Conceal Body, Believes Lanford (Atlanta Constitution)

June 3, 1913: Grand Jury Calls for Thos. Felder and Police Heads (Atlanta Constitution)

June 3, 1913: Leo Frank’s Cook Put Under Arrest (Atlanta Constitution)

June 4, 1913: Servant of Frank is Liberated After Long Examination (Atlanta Constitution)

June 5, 1913: Frank Wanted Gun to Take His Own Life, Says Negro Cook (Atlanta Constitution)

June 6, 1913: Dorsey Replies to the Charges of Mrs. Lucille Selig Frank (Atlanta Constitution)

June 7, 1913: Current in Effect on Day of Tragedy (Atlanta Constitution)

June 8, 1913: Mrs. Frank Writes About Phagan Case (Atlanta Constitution)

June 10, 1913: Leo Frank Reported Ready for His Trial (Atlanta Constitution)

June 11, 1913: Lanford Silent on Rosser’s Card (Atlanta Constitution)

June 13, 1913: Negro Conley May Face Frank Today (Atlanta Constitution)

June 15, 1913: Detective Chief Tells Grand Jury of Third Degree (Atlanta Constitution)

June 16, 1913: Constitution Picture Will Figure in Trial (Atlanta Constitution)

June 18, 1913: Two New Witnesses Sought by Officers (Atlanta Constitution)

June 19, 1913: Mrs. Formby Here for Phagan Trial (Atlanta Constitution)

June 19, 1913: Reuben Arnold May Aid Frank’s Defense in Big Murder Trial (Atlanta Constitution)

June 21, 1913: Frank and Lee Held in Tower, Others Released (Atlanta Constitution)

June 22, 1913: Frank Not Guilty of Phagan Murder, Declares Arnold (Atlanta Constitution)

June 23, 1913: Leo M. Frank’s Trial June 30, Says Dorsey (Atlanta Constitution)

June 24, 1913: Frank’s Trial Set for Next Monday (Atlanta Constitution)

June 25, 1913: Reported Hoke Smith May Aid Leo Frank (Atlanta Constitution)

June 25, 1913: Trial of Leo Frank Postponed by Judge (Atlanta Constitution)

June 28, 1913: Lanford and Felder Indicted for Libel (Atlanta Constitution)

July 4, 1913: Effort Will Be Made to Free Newt Lee (Atlanta Constitution)

July 8, 1913: Frank and Conley May Meet Today (Atlanta Constitution)

July 10, 1913: Mary Phagan’s Pay Envelope is Found (Atlanta Constitution)

July 11, 1913: Jim Conley Not Right Man, Says Mincey (Atlanta Constitution)

July 13, 1913: Detective Harry Scott’s Hunch- Thrilling Story of How it Secured James Conley’s Confession (Atlanta Constitution)

July 18, 1913: Many Rumors Afloat Regarding Grand Jury (Atlanta Constitution)

July 19, 1913: Grand Jury Meets to Indict Conley (Atlanta Constitution)

July 19, 1913: Scott Believes Conley Innocent, Asserts Lanford (Atlanta Constitution)

July 20, 1913: Frank’s Lawyers Score Dorsey for His Stand (Atlanta Constitution)

July 20, 1913: Grim Justice Pursues Mary Phagan’s Slayer (Atlanta Constitution)

July 23, 1913: Bloody Club Lends New Clue to Mystery (Atlanta Constitution)

July 23, 1913: Give Right of Way to Case of Frank (Atlanta Constitution)

July 24, 1913: Conley and Lee Meet in Tower (Atlanta Constitution)

July 25, 1913: Venireman Drawn for Frank Trial (Atlanta Constitution)

July 26, 1913: Frank’s Lawyers Ready for Trial (Atlanta Constitution)

July 27, 1913: All in Readiness for Frank’s Trial Monday Morning (Atlanta Constitution)

July 27, 1913: How Detectives Trailed Clues in Phagan Murder Case (Atlanta Constitution)

July 27, 1913: Phagan Trial Will Be Great Legal Battle (Atlanta Constitution)

July 27, 1913: Scott is Summoned by Frank’s Lawyer (Atlanta Constitution)

July 28, 1913: Jurors in Leo M. Frank Case Must Answer Four Questions (Atlanta Constitution)

July 28, 1913: Leo Frank’s Trial on Murder Charge Booked for Today (Atlanta Constitution)

July 29, 1913: Numerous Witnesses Called in Frank Case (Atlanta Constitution)

July 29, 1913: Trial of Leo M. Frank on Charge of Murder Begins, Mrs. Coleman, George Epps and Newt Lee on Stand (Atlanta Constitution)

July 29, 1913: Unusual Interest Centers in Mrs. Frank’s Appearance (Atlanta Constitution)

July 29, 1913: Will Leo Frank’s Lawyers Put Any Evidence Before the Jury? (Atlanta Constitution)

July 30, 1913: Lee, Dull and Ignorant, Calm Under Cross Fire (Atlanta Constitution)

July 30, 1913: Members of Mary Phagan’s Family who are Attending Frank Trial (Atlanta Constitution)

July 30, 1913: Mother and Daughter in Tears as Clothing of Mary Phagan is Exhibited in Courtroom (Atlanta Constitution)

July 30, 1913: Sergeant Dobbs Resumes Stand at Tuesday Afternoon Session (Atlanta Constitution)

July 30, 1913: The Defense Center of the Trial of Leo M. Frank (Atlanta Constitution)

July 30, 1913: Three Witnesses Describe Finding Mary Phagan’s Body (Atlanta Constitution)

July 31, 1913: Bearing of Black and Lee Forms a Study in Contrast (Atlanta Constitution)

July 31, 1913: Daintily Dressed Girl Tells of Daily Routine of Factory (Atlanta Constitution)

July 31, 1913: Defense Riddles John Black’s Testimony (Atlanta Constitution)

July 31, 1913: Detective Black Muddled by Keen Cross Examination of Attorneys for Defense (Atlanta Constitution)

July 31, 1913: Gantt, Once Phagan Suspect, On Stand Wednesday Afternoon (Atlanta Constitution)

August 1, 1913: Acquitted in the Same Court, She Believes Frank is Innocent (Atlanta Constitution)

August 1, 1913: Attorneys for Both Sides Riled by Scott’s Testimony; Replies Cause Lively Tilts (Atlanta Constitution)

August 1, 1913: Finding of Hair and Envelope Described by Machinist (Atlanta Constitution)

August 1, 1913: Frank’s Presence in Office at the Time He Says He Was There Is Denied by Girl on Stand (Atlanta Constitution)

August 1, 1913: Haslett Describes Visit to Home of Leo Frank (Atlanta Constitution)

August 1, 1913: Holloway Denies Affidavit He Signed for Solicitor (Atlanta Constitution)

August 1, 1913: Leo Frank Innocent, Says Mrs. Appelbaum (Atlanta Constitution)

August 1, 1913: Spots Were Large as Fan, Declares Woman Who Saw Them (Atlanta Constitution)

August 1, 1913: William Gheesling, Embalmer, Tells of Wounds on Girl’s Body (Atlanta Constitution)

August 2, 1913: Frequent and Angry Clashes Between Attorneys Mark the Hearing of Darley’s Testimony (Atlanta Constitution)

August 2, 1913: Humor Pathos Tragedy (Atlanta Constitution)

August 2, 1913: Mary Phagan Murdered Within Hour After Dinner (Atlanta Constitution)

August 2, 1913: Negro Lurking in Factory Seen by Wife of Employee (Atlanta Constitution)

August 2, 1913: Startling Statements Made During Testimony of Dr. Harris (Atlanta Constitution)

August 2, 1913: Stenographer Parry Identifies Notes Take at Phagan Inquest (Atlanta Constitution)

August 3, 1913: Condition of Girl’s Body Described by Dr. J. W. Hurt (Atlanta Constitution)

August 3, 1913: Defense Will Use Many Witnesses (Atlanta Constitution)

August 3, 1913: Fixing Hour of Girl’s Death Through Aid of Modern Science the Prosecution’s Greatest Aid (Atlanta Constitution)

August 3, 1913: Girl Asked for Mary Phagan’s Pay but was Refused by Frank (Atlanta Constitution)

August 3, 1913: Resume of Week’s Evidence Shows Little Progress Made (Atlanta Constitution)

August 4, 1913: Frank on Stand Wednesday Week (Atlanta Constitution)

August 4, 1913: Leo Frank’s Trial is Attracting Universal Interest in Georgia (Atlanta Constitution)

August 5, 1913: Amazing Testimony of Conley Marks Crucial Point of Trial, Says Frank Admitted Crime (Atlanta Constitution)

August 5, 1913: Conley Grilled Five Hours by Luther Rosser (Atlanta Constitution)

August 5, 1913: Gheesling Furnishes His Formula to Jury (Atlanta Constitution)

August 6, 1913: Mincey Affidavit is Denied (Atlanta Constitution)

August 6, 1913: Women Are Playing Big Part in Trial of Frank (Atlanta Constitution)

August 7, 1913: Judge’s Decision Admits Conley Testimony in Full (Atlanta Constitution)

August 7, 1913: Mary Phagan was Strangled, Declares Dr. H. F. Harris (Atlanta Constitution)

August 7, 1913: Spontaneous Applause Greets Dorsey’s Victory (Atlanta Constitution)

August 7, 1913: Unable to Shake Conley’s Story Rosser Ends Cross-Examination (Atlanta Constitution)

August 8, 1913: Dorsey Forces Childs to Admit Certain Portions of His Testimony Could not be Considered Expert (Atlanta Constitution)

August 8, 1913: Rosser Swears Bludgeon Was Not in Factory Day After the Murder (Atlanta Constitution)

August 8, 1913: Will Defense Put Character of Leo Frank Before Jury? (Atlanta Constitution)

August 9, 1913: Conductor Also Swears Epps Boy was not on Car with Mary Phagan (Atlanta Constitution)

August 9, 1913: Defense Will Seek to Show That Mary Phagan’s Body Was Tossed Down a Chute in Rear of Pencil Factory and Not Taken Down by Elevator as the State Insists (Atlanta Constitution)

August 9, 1913: Epps Boy not with Mary Phagan, Declares Street Car Motorman (Atlanta Constitution)

August 9, 1913: Hopkins Woman Denies Charges Made by Dalton and Jim Conley; is Forced to Admit Untruths (Atlanta Constitution)

August 9, 1913: Model of Factory Attacked by Solicitor (Atlanta Constitution)

August 9, 1913: N. V. Darley Denies Testimony Given by Conley and Dalton (Atlanta Constitution)

August 9, 1913: She Denies Charges Made by Dalton and by Conley (Atlanta Constitution)

August 10, 1913: Defense Will Renew Attack Upon Dr. Harris’ Testimony (Atlanta Constitution)

August 10, 1913: Epps Boy Denies Trying to Avoid Being Called to the Stand Again (Atlanta Constitution)

August 10, 1913: Playing Practical Jokes on Watchful Bailiffs Is Pastime of Frank Jurors (Atlanta Constitution)

August 10, 1913: Reporter Makes Denial of Charge that Reports have been Flavored (Atlanta Constitution)

August 10, 1913: Schiff Put on Stand to Refute Conley and Dalton Testimony (Atlanta Constitution)

August 10, 1913: Schiff Testimony Contradicts That Given by Dalton and Negro Conley (Atlanta Constitution)

August 10, 1913: Startling Testimony of Conley Feature of Trial’s Second Week (Atlanta Constitution)

August 11, 1913: Murder Evidence May Be Concluded by Next Saturday (Atlanta Constitution)

August 12, 1913: As the Very Wildest of Guessing Dr. Westmoreland Characterizes Testimony Given by Dr. Harris (Atlanta Constitution)

August 12, 1913: Defense Has the Best Day Since Trial of Frank Began (Atlanta Constitution)

August 12, 1913: Expert Flatly Contradicts the Testimony of Dr. Harris (Atlanta Constitution)

August 12, 1913: Frank’s Financial Sheet Would Take 3 Hours Work to Finish (Atlanta Constitution)

August 12, 1913: Schiff Admits he Kept Conley Knowing he was Worthless (Atlanta Constitution)

August 13, 1913: Campbell Told by Mrs. White of Negro Lurking in Factory (Atlanta Constitution)

August 13, 1913: Dalton Recalled by Defense, Admits Having Served on Gang (Atlanta Constitution)

August 13, 1913: Many Witnesses Take the Stand to Refute Points of Prosecution (Atlanta Constitution)

August 13, 1913: Testimony of Helen Ferguson Refuted by Magnolia Kennedy (Atlanta Constitution)

August 13, 1913: Women on Stand Deny Statements Made About Them by Dalton (Atlanta Constitution)

August 14, 1913: Lively Tilts Mark the Hearing of Testimony of Dr. Kendrick (Atlanta Constitution)

August 14, 1913: Quinn Intimates that Spots May Have Been on Floor for Months (Atlanta Constitution)

August 14, 1913: Surprise Sprung by Introduction of Character Witnesses by Defense (Atlanta Constitution)

August 15, 1913: Character of Frank Good, So Many Witnesses Declare (Atlanta Constitution)

August 15, 1913: Frank Not Nervous on Night of Murder, Says Mrs. Ursenbach (Atlanta Constitution)

August 15, 1913: Lawyers Appear Very Interested in Raincoat Lent to Leo M. Frank (Atlanta Constitution)

August 15, 1913: Many Men Swear to Good Character of Superintendent of Pencil Factory (Atlanta Constitution)

August 15, 1913: Mother-in-Law of Frank Denies Charges in Cook’s Affidavit (Atlanta Constitution)

August 16, 1913: Dorsey Questions Witness about Alleged Fund for Frank’s Defense (Atlanta Constitution)

August 16, 1913: Leo Frank Innocent, Said Conley, According to a Girl Operator (Atlanta Constitution)

August 16, 1913: Miss Mary Perk Tells Jurymen She Believes Conley is Guilty (Atlanta Constitution)

August 16, 1913: Mother of Frank Takes Stand to Identify Letter Son Wrote (Atlanta Constitution)

August 16, 1913: Mrs. Rae Frank Goes on Stand in Defense of Her Son (Atlanta Constitution)

August 16, 1913: Still Another Office Boy Swears He Never Saw Women With Frank (Atlanta Constitution)

August 17, 1913: Frank to Tell His Own Story Monday Afternoon to Jury Which Will Decide His Fate (Atlanta Constitution)

August 17, 1913: Prisoners’ Mother Questioned as to Wealth of Frank Family (Atlanta Constitution)

August 17, 1913: That Pinkertons Double-Crossed Police, Dorsey Tries to Prove (Atlanta Constitution)

August 18, 1913: Frank May Tell Story to Jury on Stand Today (Atlanta Constitution)

August 18, 1913: Mary Phagan’s Grandmother Dies After Dreaming Girl was Living (Atlanta Constitution)

August 18, 1913: Men on Frank Jury Must Be Some Mighty Good Husbands Asserts the Deputy in Charge (Atlanta Constitution)

August 19, 1913: Books and Papers Put in Evidence by the Defense (Atlanta Constitution)

August 19, 1913: Climax of Trial Reached When Frank Faced Jury (Atlanta Constitution)

August 19, 1913: Frank Ends Statement After Testifying Four Hours (Atlanta Constitution)

August 19, 1913: Frank Innocent Says Man Who Claims to Be Murder Witness (Atlanta Constitution)

August 19, 1913: Frank’s Character Is Testified by a Long List of Girls (Atlanta Constitution)

August 19, 1913: Harlee Branch Tells of Conley Pantomime (Atlanta Constitution)

August 19, 1913: Mrs. Wardlaw Denies Ever Seeing Frank on Car with Little Girl (Atlanta Constitution)

August 20, 1913: Clashes Between Lawyers Make Effort to Impeach Negro Cook (Atlanta Constitution)

August 20, 1913: Denies He Said He Was Willing to Lead Party to Lynch Frank (Atlanta Constitution)

August 20, 1913: Dr. Clarence Johnson is Called to Corroborate Dr. Roy Harris (Atlanta Constitution)

August 20, 1913: Saw Mary Phagan on Her Way to Pencil Factory, Says McCoy (Atlanta Constitution)

August 20, 1913: Sideboard in Leo Frank’s Home Moved, Asserts Husband of Cook (Atlanta Constitution)

August 20, 1913: State is Hard Hit by Judge’s Ruling Barring Evidence Attacking Frank (Atlanta Constitution)

August 20, 1913: State Suffers a Severe Blow When Testimony Is Rule Out (Atlanta Constitution)

August 20, 1913: Witness Swears He Saw Frank Forcing Unwelcome Attentions Upon the Little Phagan Girl (Atlanta Constitution)

August 21, 1913: Frank Hooper Opens Argument in Leo Frank Case This Morning (Atlanta Constitution)

August 21, 1913: Frank’s Character Bad Declare Many Women and Girls on Stand (Atlanta Constitution)

August 21, 1913: Girls Testify to Seeing Frank Enter Dressing Room With Woman (Atlanta Constitution)

August 21, 1913: Girls Testify to Seeing Frank Talking to Little Mary Phagan With His Hands on Her Person (Atlanta Constitution)

August 21, 1913: Leo Frank Takes Stand Again Despite Objection of Dorsey (Atlanta Constitution)

August 21, 1913: Railway Employee Swears Car Reached Center of City at 12:03 (Atlanta Constitution)

August 21, 1913: Starnes Tells How Affidavit from Negro Cook was Secured (Atlanta Constitution)

August 21, 1913: Swears that Frank Prepared Sheets in Less Than 2 Hours (Atlanta Constitution)

August 21, 1913: Testimony of Dr. Harris Upheld by Noted Stomach Specialists (Atlanta Constitution)

August 21, 1913: Testimony of Hollis Assailed by Witness (Atlanta Constitution)

August 22, 1913: Arnold Ridicules Plot Alleged by Prosecution and Attacks the Methods Used by Detective (Atlanta Constitution)

August 22, 1913: Chronological Table of Frank’s Actions on Day of Murder (Atlanta Constitution)

August 22, 1913: Frank Case May Go to Jury Late This Afternoon (Atlanta Constitution)

August 22, 1913: In Dramatic Phrases, Hooper Outlines Events Leading Up to and Following Death of Girl (Atlanta Constitution)

August 23, 1913: Dorsey’s Brilliant Address Attacking Leo Frank is Stopped by Adjournment of Court Friday (Atlanta Constitution)

August 23, 1913: Rosser Makes Great Speech for the Defense; Scores Detectives and Criticizes the Solicitor (Atlanta Constitution)

August 24, 1913: Many Records Are Badly Broken by State’s Most Expensive Trial (Atlanta Constitution)

August 24, 1913: Solicitor Reasserts His Conviction of Bad Character and Guilt of Frank (Atlanta Constitution)

August 25, 1913: Leo Frank’s Fate May be Decided by Monday Night (Atlanta Constitution)

August 26, 1913: Frank Convicted, Asserts Innocence (Atlanta Constitution)

August 26, 1913: Glad and Relieved Trial is Over; No Doubt of Leo Frank’s Guilt (Atlanta Constitution)

August 26, 1913: Guilty, Declares Jury (Atlanta Constitution)

August 26, 1913: Here Is the Chronological Order of Final Day of Frank’s Trial (Atlanta Constitution)

August 26, 1913: Leo Frank Received Fair Trial, Declares Chief Newport Lanford (Atlanta Constitution)

August 26, 1913: Mary Phagan, the Victim (Atlanta Constitution)

August 27, 1913: Frank Sentenced on Murder Charge; to Hang Oct. 10 (Atlanta Constitution)

August 27, 1913: Hugh Dorsey’s Great Speech Feature of the Frank Trial (Atlanta Constitution)

August 28, 1913: Cell of Leo M. Frank Now Like Living Room (Atlanta Constitution)

August 29, 1913: Leo M. Frank to Make No Public Statement (Atlanta Constitution)

August 31, 1913: Graduates of Cornell Will Aid Leo M. Frank in Fight for Life (Atlanta Constitution)

September 4, 1913: Frank Trial Bills are Ordered Paid (Atlanta Constitution)

September 9, 1913: Will Rear Monument to Little Mary Phagan (Atlanta Constitution)

September 10, 1913: Jim Conley Indicted by Jury on Tuesday (Atlanta Constitution)

September 24, 1913: Leo Frank Again Made President of B’nai B’rith (Atlanta Constitution)

September 26, 1913: Did Not Discuss Guilt of Frank (Atlanta Constitution)

September 28, 1913: Grief of Mrs. Coleman is a Pitiful Sight (Atlanta Constitution)

September 30, 1913: Speculation Is Rife as to Who’ll Hear Frank’s Motion (Atlanta Constitution)

October 3, 1913: May Use Jurors to Deny Charges (Atlanta Constitution)

October 5, 1913: A. H. Henslee May Establish Alibi (Atlanta Constitution)

October 6, 1913: Sparta Citizens Insist Henslee was Prejudiced (Atlanta Constitution)

October 7, 1913: Henslee Answers Sparta Citizens (Atlanta Constitution)

October 14, 1913: Dorsey Expected Back in Atlanta Wednesday (Atlanta Constitution)

October 16, 1913: Dorsey Will Request Postponement Again (Atlanta Constitution)

October 18, 1913: Criminal Court Will Convene Monday Week (Atlanta Constitution)

October 20, 1913: Bodeker Keeps Counsel (Atlanta Constitution)

October 20, 1913: Locked Doors Guard Witness Who Declares Frank Innocent; Detectives Keep All Night Vigil in Order to Arrest Him (Atlanta Constitution)

October 21, 1913: J. C. Shirley Ready to Account for Movements on Murder Day (Atlanta Constitution)

October 21, 1913: Murder Witness Arrested on Libel Charge (Atlanta Constitution)

October 24, 1913: Proof of Charges Will Mean a New Trial, Says Court (Atlanta Constitution)

October 25, 1913: Jury Loaned Ears to Ravings of Mob, Says Rube Arnold (Atlanta Constitution)

October 27, 1913: Arnold to Resume His Speech Today (Atlanta Constitution)

October 30, 1913: Retrial Hearing for Leo M. Frank Comes to Close (Atlanta Constitution)

November 14, 1913: Trial of Jim Conley Postponed to Monday (Atlanta Constitution)

November 26, 1913: Conley Will be Tried During January Term (Atlanta Constitution)

December 7, 1913: Frank Case Will be Argued Dec. 15 (Atlanta Constitution)

December 17, 1913: Leo Frank’s Fate Now Rests With High Tribunal (Atlanta Constitution)

December 25, 1913: Laboring Folk of Griffin Send Dorsey X-mas Present (Atlanta Constitution)



January 1, 1914: Good Luck Marked 1913 Giving Knockout Blow to Prophets of Disaster (Atlanta Constitution)

January 1, 1914: Gunman and Thug Busy During Year 1913 (Atlanta Constitution)

January 5, 1914: Case Against Fisher is Set for Wednesday (Atlanta Constitution)

January 8, 1914: Frank Attorneys File Supplemental Brief (Atlanta Constitution)

January 9, 1914: Fisher Freed on Murder Charge (Atlanta Constitution)

January 15, 1914: Dorsey Will Not Reply to Latest Frank Brief (Atlanta Constitution)

February 1, 1914: Court Takes Recess, Case of Jim Conley is Set for February 23, 1914 (Atlanta Constitution)

February 18, 1914: Leo M. Frank Has Not Lost All Hope; Counsel Will Make Vigorous Fight to Save the Life of Their Client (Atlanta Constitution)

February 19, 1914: Counsel for Frank to Ask a Rehearing by Supreme Court (Atlanta Constitution)

February 21, 1914: Jim Conley Case to Come to Trial Week From Today (Atlanta Constitution)

February 22, 1914: Solicitor Dorsey Scorched in Card by Frank Counsel (Atlanta Constitution)

February 23, 1914: Mrs. Nina Formby Makes Affidavit to Assist Frank (Atlanta Constitution)

February 24, 1914: All-Night Search to Find M’Knight Meets No Success (Atlanta Constitution)

February 25, 1914: Conley Convicted, Gets Year on Gang (Atlanta Constitution)

February 26, 1914: Plied With Whisky She Lied in Story Told About Frank Says Mrs. Formby (Atlanta Constitution)

February 27, 1914: Becker Trial Was Parallel to Mine; Leo Frank Writes the Constitution (Atlanta Constitution)

February 27, 1914: Detectives Scored in Alleged Formby Confession (Atlanta Constitution)

February 28, 1914: Appeal for Frank Delayed by Hope of New Evidence (Atlanta Constitution)

March 1, 1914: Helen Ferguson Tells Defense in Affidavit of Advance by Conley (Atlanta Constitution)

March 4, 1914: Luther Z. Rosser Holds Conference in New York Over Leo Frank’s Case (Atlanta Constitution)

March 5, 1914: Geo. Epps Brands as a Falsehood Story of His Son in Affidavit (Atlanta Constitution)

March 6, 1914: Frank’s Time Alibi Gets New Support in Two Affidavits Given the Defense (Atlanta Constitution)

March 7, 1914: No Clemency Plea Planned for Frank (Atlanta Constitution)

March 8, 1914: New Developments in Case of Frank Come With a Rush of Resentence (Atlanta Constitution)

March 8, 1914: Rosser Defends Interview Answering Georgia Chamber (Atlanta Constitution)

March 9, 1914: Lawyers for Frank Busy Preparing Their Evidence for Extraordinary Motion (Atlanta Constitution)

March 9, 1914: Leo Frank Answers List of Questions Bearing on Points Made Against Him (Atlanta Constitution)

March 10, 1914: Frank Will Use Address by Taft (Atlanta Constitution)

March 11, 1914: Burns to Return by Next Friday and Make Report (Atlanta Constitution)

March 12, 1914: Smith to Protect Conley from Grill by William Burns (Atlanta Constitution)

March 15, 1914: M’Knight Badly Injured Trying to Slip Into City Unnoticed by Detectives (Atlanta Constitution)

March 15, 1914: Prisoner in Tower Asks Public for Answers to These Questions (Atlanta Constitution)

March 16, 1914: Frank No Pervert, States W. J. Burns on Reaching City (Atlanta Constitution)

March 16, 1914: From Pulpits Comes Call for New Trial For Frank; Burns Here to Open Probe (Atlanta Constitution)

March 18, 1914: Becker Will Come to Leo Frank’s Aid if Defense Calls (Atlanta Constitution)

March 19, 1914: Smith to Thwart Secret Attempt to Grill Conley (Atlanta Constitution)

March 20, 1914: Crime in Factory Foulest He Ever Knew Says Burns (Atlanta Constitution)

March 21, 1914: Detective Burns Given Hot Roast by Will M. Smith (Atlanta Constitution)

March 23, 1914: Detective Burns Goes to New York to Hunt Evidence (Atlanta Constitution)

March 23, 1914: New Frank Trial Urged by Pastor (Atlanta Constitution)

March 25, 1914: Smith is Giving His Service Free to James Conley (Atlanta Constitution)

March 26, 1914: Probe Telegrams Sent From Newark (Atlanta Constitution)

March 30, 1914: B’nai B’rith Delegate Lauds Atlanta Spirit, Discusses Frank Case (Atlanta Constitution)

March 30, 1914: Welcome Given to B’nai B’rith (Atlanta Constitution)

March 30, 1914: Witness for Frank Sought in Chicago (Atlanta Constitution)

March 31, 1914: Conley is Anxious to Face Accusers (Atlanta Constitution)

March 31, 1914: Funeral Notices (Atlanta Constitution)

April 2, 1914: Will Show Employers Necessity of Militia (Atlanta Constitution)

April 5, 1914: Burns Will Seek Talk With Conley Early This Week (Atlanta Constitution)

April 7, 1914: More Affidavits for Frank Motion (Atlanta Constitution)

April 8, 1914: Did Stover Girl go to Factory? (Atlanta Constitution)

April 9, 1914: Burns and Dorsey Hold Conference (Atlanta Constitution)

April 10, 1914: Interest Centered in Report of Burns (Atlanta Constitution)

April 11, 1914: New Evidence Against Jim Conley Reported (Atlanta Constitution)

April 12, 1914: Reward of $1,000 Offered by Burns (Atlanta Constitution)

April 13, 1914: Burns Expected to Return Soon (Atlanta Constitution)

April 15, 1914: State May Oppose Plans of the Defense (Atlanta Constitution)

April 16, 1914: Leo Frank’s Fight to Get New Trial Will Begin Today (Atlanta Constitution)

April 17, 1914: Way is Paved to Take Case of Leo M. Frank Before Federal Court (Atlanta Constitution)

April 19, 1914: Testimony He Gave at Trial Was True, Declares M’Knight (Atlanta Constitution)

April 20, 1914: Burns Expected to Return Today (Atlanta Constitution)

April 21, 1914: Grand Jury to Act on Leo Frank Case (Atlanta Constitution)

April 22, 1914: Dorsey and Burns Have Warm Words (Atlanta Constitution)

April 22, 1914: Lanford Declines to Show Affidavits (Atlanta Constitution)

April 23, 1914: Conley is Guilty, Asserts W. J. Burns (Atlanta Constitution)

April 24, 1914: Battle for Life of Leo M. Frank Begins in Court (Atlanta Constitution)

April 25, 1914: Did Not Confess to Girl’s Murder, Says Jim Conley (Atlanta Constitution)

April 26, 1914: Monday is the Anniversary of Death of Mary Phagan (Atlanta Constitution)

April 26, 1914: Says Love Letters Written by Conley Prove Him Guilty (Atlanta Constitution)

April 27, 1914: Friends Pay Tribute Today in the Cemetery at Marietta to Mary Phagan’s Memory (Atlanta Constitution)

April 28, 1914: Friends Pay Tribute to Memory of Girl Killed One Year Ago (Atlanta Constitution)

May 1, 1914: Horrible Mistake in Case of Frank, States W. J. Burns (Atlanta Constitution)

May 2, 1914: W. J. Burns and Dan Lehon Summoned by Solicitor Dorsey to the Frank Retrial Hearing (Atlanta Constitution)

May 2, 1914: William J. Burns Driven Out of Marietta (Atlanta Constitution)

May 3, 1914: Dorsey Calls C. W. Burke and Other Investigators for Leo Frank to Court (Atlanta Constitution)

May 5, 1914: Return of Negress Ordered by Judge Monday Morning (Atlanta Constitution)

May 6, 1914: New York Times About Leo Frank (Atlanta Constitution)

May 7, 1914: New Trial Denied Leo Frank; No Argument by Hugh Dorsey (Atlanta Constitution)

May 10, 1914: Burns to Answer Contempt Charge (Atlanta Constitution)

May 10, 1914: Judge Will Not Give an Opinion (Atlanta Constitution)

May 14, 1914: Leo Frank Hearing Set For Wednesday (Atlanta Constitution)

May 16, 1914: Lehon Contempt Trial is Postponed by Hill (Atlanta Constitution)

May 17, 1914: Dorsey Ready to Argue Move to Upset Verdict (Atlanta Constitution)

May 19, 1914: Lehon Contempt Trial Up Today (Atlanta Constitution)

May 24, 1914: Our Record Clean, Asserts Dan Lehon (Atlanta Constitution)

May 30, 1914: Negro Cuts Detective in Effort to Escape (Atlanta Constitution)

June 6, 1914: No Delay Expected in Leo Frank Case (Atlanta Constitution)

June 6, 1914: Verdict is Void, Declare Lawyers for Leo M. Frank (Atlanta Constitution)

June 7, 1914: Another Step in Frank Case Won by State (Atlanta Constitution)

June 16, 1914: Burns to be Ousted by the Police Chiefs (Atlanta Constitution)

June 19, 1914: Burke Indicted for Perjury Subornation (Atlanta Constitution)

June 20, 1914: Burns is Dropped by Police Chiefs (Atlanta Constitution)

June 25, 1914: A. S. Colyar Arrested at Cartersville Home (Atlanta Constitution)

June 30, 1914: Knocks and Boosts From the State Press (Atlanta Constitution)

October 3, 1914: Frank Not Guilty, Believes Conley’s Lawyer, Plans to Obtain Freedom of Man in Tower (Atlanta Constitution)

October 4, 1914: William Smith Tells Why His Opinion Has Changed as to Guilt of Leo Frank (Atlanta Constitution)

October 10, 1914: No Attack on Dorsey, Says William M. Smith (Atlanta Constitution)

October 15, 1914: Appeal Made by Leo Frank For New Trial Turned Down by Georgia Supreme Court (Atlanta Constitution)

October 27, 1914: Last Appeal Made for Leo M. Frank (Atlanta Constitution)

November 3, 1914: No Delay Expected in Leo Frank Case (Atlanta Constitution)

November 11, 1914: Frank Case Decision May Be Given Today (Atlanta Constitution)

November 15, 1914: Leo Frank Loses in Supreme Court (Atlanta Constitution)

November 20, 1914: Grand Jury is Probing Bond Fraud Cases (Atlanta Constitution)

November 21, 1914: Leo Frank Again Loses Big Point (Atlanta Constitution)

November 22, 1914: Vindication Asked by Leo M. Frank in Card to Public (Atlanta Constitution)

November 24, 1914: Frank Case Witness Placed Under Arrest (Atlanta Constitution)

November 28, 1914: Jury Was on Trial, Says Leo M. Frank (Atlanta Constitution)

November 30, 1914: No Delay Expected in Leo Frank Case (Atlanta Constitution)

December 3, 1914: Action is Postponed on Frank Remittitur (Atlanta Constitution)

December 5, 1914: Frank Case Remittitur in Hands of the Court (Atlanta Constitution)

December 8, 1914: Frank Loses Last Chance in Court (Atlanta Constitution)

December 9, 1914: Habeas Corpus Writ for Leo Frank Today (Atlanta Constitution)

December 10, 1914: Leo Frank Hears Sentence of Death (Atlanta Constitution)

December 11, 1914: Judge Hill Suffers Relapse of Illness (Atlanta Constitution)

December 11, 1914: New Plea to Courts Prepared for Frank (Atlanta Constitution)

December 14, 1914: Plan Hard Fight for Frank’s Life (Atlanta Constitution)

December 18, 1914: Leo Frank Opens New Court Fight (Atlanta Constitution)

December 19, 1914: Newman to Hear Frank Case Today (Atlanta Constitution)

December 22, 1914: Alexander Scores Charge of Dorsey (Atlanta Constitution)

December 23, 1914: Marshall Will Make Supreme Court Plea (Atlanta Constitution)

December 28, 1914: Leo Frank Decision is Expected Today (Atlanta Constitution)

December 29, 1914: Frank’s Trial Legal, Declares Grossman (Atlanta Constitution)

December 29, 1914: Leo M. Frank’s New Fight for Life May Last in Courts for Six Months Before a Final Decision is Reached (Atlanta Constitution)

December 30, 1914: Long Legal Battle in Leo Frank Case (Atlanta Constitution)



January 3, 1915: Leo M. Frank Says Politics Prompted Joseph M. Brown to Write Card to Chronicle (Atlanta Constitution)

January 17, 1915: Warren Grice Will Ask Early Hearing on Frank Petition (Atlanta Constitution)

January 24, 1915: Leo Frank Appeal is Set for Feb. 23 by Supreme Court (Atlanta Constitution)

January 29, 1915: Jim Conley Will Take Stand Today as State Witness (Atlanta Constitution)

January 30, 1915: Large Sums Paid to Burns Agency, Haas Tells Court (Atlanta Constitution)

January 31, 1915: Will Leo Frank be Tried Again? (Atlanta Constitution)

February 4, 1915: Jewish War Victims Aided by Leo Frank (Atlanta Constitution)

February 10, 1915: State is Preparing for Frank Hearing (Atlanta Constitution)

February 23, 1915: Lawyers for State Reach Washington (Atlanta Constitution)

February 23, 1915: Sheriff Mangum Leaves to Attend Leo Frank Hearing (Atlanta Constitution)

February 24, 1915: Postpone Hearing of Frank Appeal (Atlanta Constitution)

February 27, 1915: Leo Frank’s Fate in Hands of Court (Atlanta Constitution)

April 20, 1915: His Plea Denied, Frank May Move for a Rehearing (Atlanta Constitution)

April 21, 1915: Frank’s Attorneys Confer on Appeal (Atlanta Constitution)

April 22, 1915: Frank Pardon Plea Will Be Completed Within a Few Days (Atlanta Constitution)

April 23, 1915: Frank Makes Plea for Commutation (Atlanta Constitution)

April 30, 1915: Mother and Father of Leo Frank Here to Attend Hearing (Atlanta Constitution)

May 1, 1915: Leo Frank an Innocent Man, Declares Geraldine Ferrar After Visit to Tower Cell (Atlanta Constitution)

May 4, 1915: State Will Wait for U.S. Mandate in Case of Frank (Atlanta Constitution)

May 6, 1915: Frank’s Lawyers Get Affidavits (Atlanta Constitution)

May 10, 1915: Frank Will Face Judge Hill Today (Atlanta Constitution)

May 11, 1915: Leo Frank’s Fate up to Gov. Slaton as Final Arbiter (Atlanta Constitution)

May 18, 1915: Date for Hearing of Frank is Fixed (Atlanta Constitution)

May 19, 1915: State of Tennessee Makes Plea for Frank (Atlanta Constitution)

May 20, 1915: Two State Legislatures Ask Georgia’s Governor for Clemency for Frank (Atlanta Constitution)

May 22, 1915: Dr. White to Discuss Leo Frank’s Sentence (Atlanta Constitution)

May 23, 1915: Leo Frank Jurors to Hold Meeting to Discuss Case (Atlanta Constitution)

May 24, 1915: Pastors to Plead for Commutation of Frank Sentence (Atlanta Constitution)

May 27, 1915: Clemency is Urged for Leo M. Frank by Georgia Society (Atlanta Constitution)

May 27, 1915: Clemency Protest is Filed by Dorsey (Atlanta Constitution)

May 28, 1915: Dorsey’s Course Still Undecided (Atlanta Constitution)

May 29, 1915: Conley and Frank Meet Wednesday (Atlanta Constitution)

May 31, 1915: Leo Frank’s Plea for Commutation to be Heard Today (Atlanta Constitution)

June 1, 1915: Frank’s Hearing Ends Commission, to Make Recommendation Soon (Atlanta Constitution)

June 2, 1915: Frank and Conley Will Meet Today (Atlanta Constitution)

June 3, 1915: Frank and Conley Will Not Testify (Atlanta Constitution)

June 5, 1915: Prison Commissioners Go to Their Homes (Atlanta Constitution)

June 10, 1915: Case of Leo Frank is up to Governor for Final Decision (Atlanta Constitution)

June 11, 1915: Final Plea for Frank to be Made Saturday (Atlanta Constitution)

June 12, 1915: Marietta Delegation to Fight Frank Plea (Atlanta Constitution)

June 13, 1915: Slaton to Spend Today in Study of Frank Appeal (Atlanta Constitution)

June 14, 1915: Slaton Expected to Inspect Scene of Murder Today (Atlanta Constitution)

June 15, 1915: Howard to Finish Appeal for Frank Early Wednesday (Atlanta Constitution)

June 17, 1915: Leo Frank’s Fate up to Governor; Hearing is Ended (Atlanta Constitution)

June 17, 1915: Leo Frank’s Head Put in Metal Braces (Atlanta Constitution)

June 17, 1915: Reward of $1,000 Offered by Burns (Atlanta Constitution)

June 18, 1915: Leo Frank May Know His Fate by Sunday (Atlanta Constitution)

June 19, 1915: Decision on Frank Expected Monday (Atlanta Constitution)

June 20, 1915: Howard Confident of Commutation for Leo Frank (Atlanta Constitution)

June 21, 1915: Frank Sentence Commuted (Atlanta Constitution)

June 21, 1915: Frank’s Sentence is Commuted by Slaton (Atlanta Constitution)

June 22, 1915: Frank Starts Prison Work, Noisy Crowd at Governor’s Home Dispersed by Militia (Atlanta Constitution)

June 22, 1915: How Constitution Got Story of Frank’s Departure When Governor, Sheriff and Other Officials Combined to Keep Commutation Secret Until Monday Afternoon (Atlanta Constitution)

June 22, 1915: Whole Frank Case Reviewed in Slaton’s Statement (Atlanta Constitution)

June 24, 1915: Guards Increased at Milledgeville (Atlanta Constitution)

July 1, 1915: Capitol Gossip (Atlanta Constitution)

July 14, 1915: Militia Under Arms Following Mob Rumor (Atlanta Constitution)

July 18, 1915: Leo Frank’s Throat Cut by State Farm Prisoner (Atlanta Constitution)

July 19, 1915: Creen’s Mind Affected by Fall from Bridge (Atlanta Constitution)

July 19, 1915: Frank’s Condition Steadily Improving, Good Chance to Recover, Say Doctors (Atlanta Constitution)

July 20, 1915: Another Doctor Added to Staff Treating Frank (Atlanta Constitution)

July 22, 1915: Frank Grows Stronger; Danger is Nearly Over (Atlanta Constitution)

July 25, 1915: Convicts at State Farm Ask Pardon for McNaughton (Atlanta Constitution)

August 2, 1915: Leo Frank’s Head Put in Metal Braces (Atlanta Constitution)

August 11, 1915: On Day of Release, He Weds Daughter of GA Prison Head (Atlanta Constitution)

August 17, 1915: Posses Chase Frank Mob (Atlanta Constitution)

August 18, 1915: Georgia’s Shame (Atlanta Constitution)

August 18, 1915: Had Not Given Up Hope (Atlanta Constitution)

August 18, 1915: Harris to Probe Frank Lynching (Atlanta Constitution)

August 18, 1915: Lynching of Leo Frank Denounced by Daniels (Atlanta Constitution)

August 18, 1915: Mob Hanging Better than Judicial Murder, Says John M. Slaton (Atlanta Constitution)

August 18, 1915: Mob’s Own Story in Detail (Atlanta Constitution)

August 19, 1915: May Find the Mobbers by the Handcuffs on Burke’s Wrists (Atlanta Constitution)

August 19, 1915: Woodward is Rapped by Governor Slaton (Atlanta Constitution)

August 20, 1915: Mob Law is Condemned in Statement by Harris on Leo Frank Lynching (Atlanta Constitution)

August 24, 1915: Boycott Started Against Atlanta by Boston Firm (Atlanta Constitution)

August 24, 1915: Coroner to Resume Investigation Today in Frank Lynching (Atlanta Constitution)

August 25, 1915: Officials of Cobb Seek Clew to Mob (Atlanta Constitution)

August 30, 1915: Rope on His Auto, New York Police Shadow Atlantan (Atlanta Constitution)

November 15, 1915: New England Educational Journal Criticizes Narrowness of Eastern Magazine (Atlanta Constitution)



February 15, 1916: Jim Conley is Fined for Beating His Wife (Atlanta Constitution)

April 2, 1916: Georgians Square, Asserts Slaton (Atlanta Constitution)

January 14, 1919: Jim Conley Shot as Store Breaker by Druggist Conn (Atlanta Constitution)

January 17, 1919: Jim Conley Admits Attempt at Burglary (Atlanta Constitution)

March 5, 1922: State Will Cite Leo Frank’s Case in Dupre Hearing (Atlanta Constitution)

February 24, 1929: Aged Inmate Soon Will Complete 15 Years in Prison (Atlanta Constitution)

July 16, 1930: Heckler Questions Slaton Concerning Leo Frank Case (Atlanta Constitution)

August 12, 1930: Slaton Discusses Frank Commutation (Atlanta Constitution)

January 4, 1942: L.P. Whitfield, Noted Sleuth, 61, Succumbs (Atlanta Constitution)

December 1, 1943: Leo Frank’s Widow Not Bitter, Sews on Wedding Anniversary (Atlanta Constitution)

December 2, 1943: Mrs. Frank Fine, Brave Woman, Slaton Opines; Silent on Case (Atlanta Constitution)