Hell and the High Schools by T.T. Martin

T.T. Martin (Thomas Theodore) wrote Hell and the High Schools in 1923, a vehement attack on teaching the theory of evolution that portrayed evolutionist teachers as worse than war criminals. Martin was a vocal presence in Dayton during the Scopes trial, where he sold copies of this book. Martin became a prominent leader in the anti-evolution movement in North Carolina when he sharply criticized the President of Wake Forest College in a series of articles. Martin held important leadership positions in national anti-evolution organizations, including the Anti-Evolution League of America and the Bible Crusaders of America. He participated in the successful campaign to enact anti-evolution legislation in Mississippi. Title page from Martin's book, full-text available above.