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.
Steamboats; Ox teams; Laborers; Rivers; Farming; Bodies of water
A man with a hat stands next to a team of oxen. A river and a steamboat can be seen in the background. The man is standing near some wooden structures, one of which may be a barn. The name of the steamboat is the "City of Memphis."
Black and white lithograph shows baseball scene with focus on pitcher wearing the Cincinnati Red Stockings uniform and mutton chop sideburns. Circling the pitcher are portraits of nine named players in ovate frames. At head of title: "To the;...
Mortars (Ordnance); Artillery (Weaponry); Military personnel; Soldiers; Military uniforms; Arms & armament
Five soldiers surround an 81 mm mortar as one of them prepares to fire it. Their faces are down and their hands are over their ears. The walls around the group are constructed from ammunition boxes that have been filled with dirt and nailed...
Logs; Lumber industry; Lumber; Ox teams; Cattle; Carts & wagons; Cutover lands; Clearing of land; Bodies of water
A team of oxen yoked together stand beside wagons loaded with hand hewn crossties. The crossties were hewn by seasonal workers using a broadaxe and delivered to river landing tieyards for shipping by steamboat.
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.
Letter, written shortly after the end of the Scopes Trial, sent to former governor Malcolm R. Patterson by Nashville Tennessean managing editor and Governor Austin Peay advisor, Truman Alexander. Alexander sought to inform Patterson of William...