Dr. John R. Neal & John T. Scopes

Clarence Darrow wrote in his autobiography:

"When John T. Scopes was arrested he employed Mr. John H. Neal, a former law professor in the University of Tennessee, who, at the time, had established a law school at Knoxville. Mr. Neal is a man of ability, a good student, and has always supported progressive movements, but had not been active as a practitioner in his State. . . . Mr. John Neal had for years been a fighter for liberal causes, and must have been lonely indeed in these contests."

Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division, LC-DIG-ggbain-38215.