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Sept. 1 - Dece. 31Dallas Holocaust Museum Presents, Seeking Justice: the Leo Frank Case Revisited
Dallas Holocaust Museum
211 North Record Street,
Dallas, TX

Ticket Price: $6-$8
In 1913, a jury convicted Leo Frank, a superintendent in a pencil factory in Atlanta, Georgia, of the murder of his 13-year-old employee, Mary Phagan. Her body was found in the factory cellar. Despite sketchy evidence and coerced testimonies, Frank was convicted. All appeals were denied. However, on his last day in office, Governor John Slaton, believing in Frank's innocence, commuted the sentence to life in prison. This outraged many. An organized mob of 25 men, pillars of Georgia's legal community, kidnapped Frank from prison and hanged him. For information: 214.741.7500 or







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