Three Weeks In Dayton

The “Monkey Trial” brought two ideologies into a great conflict, and it was very, very hot

On a sunny morning in June, 1925, William Jennings Bryan put his famous appetite on display before a young reporter and two lawyers in the dining room of the old Piedmont Hotel on Peachtree Street in Atlanta. They watched with wide eyes as he showed why knives and forks had been invented.

 
 
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