Science history buffs can head over to the Smithsonian's Flickr page to check out restored photographs from the Tennessee v. John Thomas Scopes trial. The pictures were taken by Watson Davis, who was the managing editor of Science Service, during the trial in Dayton, Tenn., in 1925. In 2005, the Smithsonian restored 52 negatives; 39 of those are now online.

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