Thank you so much to the sponsors who made display of this exhibit possible.
This 2,800 square foot exhibit examines the historical context surrounding 13-year old Mary Phagan's murder at the National Pencil Company as well as Jewish superintendent Leo Frank's trial, appeals, and eventual lynching. Artifacts on exhibit include Leo Frank's desk, infant clothing worn by both Frank and Phagan, and a souvenir pick carved from the tree from which Frank was hanged. The exhibit is no longer on display.
This exhibit's content is of a sensitive nature and may not be suitable for all audiences.
You can find more information about the exhibit at The Breman Museum's website.