• Creator
  • Silverman, William
  • Created Date
  • 1925
  • Description
  • Also known as: [SPI_6051]. When Arthur Garfield Hays finished reading the scientists' statements, Clarence S. Darrow asked that the "Read Your Bible" sign be removed. Hays then called William Jennings Bryan to the stand and Darrow began one of the most famous examinations in American jurisprudence. The defense team sits directly behind Darrow (visible, from left, are: Dudley Field Malone, his arm on railing; Hays; and Scopes's Tennessee attorn... more
    Also known as: [SPI_6051]. When Arthur Garfield Hays finished reading the scientists' statements, Clarence S. Darrow asked that the "Read Your Bible" sign be removed. Hays then called William Jennings Bryan to the stand and Darrow began one of the most famous examinations in American jurisprudence. The defense team sits directly behind Darrow (visible, from left, are: Dudley Field Malone, his arm on railing; Hays; and Scopes's Tennessee attorney John R. Neal). Smithsonian Institution Archives, Accession 10-042, Image #2009-21077. less
  • Format
  • 2.5 in x 4 in