Excerpt of a video interview with Sue K. Hicks in which he remembers William Jennings Bryan telling he and his brother, Herbert, that they would probably live long enough to see whether or not evolution is true.
Excerpt of a video interview with Sue K. Hicks in which he talks about how William Bryan Jennings, nephew of William Jennings Bryan, helped him get a position in Florida after the Scopes Trial was over.
Index and Opinion from the Tennessee State Supreme Court case regarding the Scopes Trial of July 1925 questioning the teaching of evolution in public schools. The opinion, filed in January 1927, dismissed the case; on a technicality, adding...
William Jennings Bryan and his son, William Jennings Bryan, Jr, sitting in the courtroom of the Scopes Trial in July 1925. William Jennings Bryan, Jr. is sitting to the right of his father with his hand to his mustache.
William Jennings Bryan listening to his son, William Jennings Bryan, Jr., presenting a speech at the Scopes Trial in July 1925. A courtroom crowd is in the background and a microphone stand with the call letters "WGN" is in the foreground.