Maynard Mayo Metcalf (1868-1940)

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Summary

Zoologist Maynard Mayo Metcalf (1868-1940) was the only scientist allowed to testify on the stand at the 1925 Scopes anti-evolution trial. Trained at Oberlin College (B.S. 1889; ScD, 1914) and Johns Hopkins University (1893), Metcalf had been teaching at Oberlin when asked to testify. He had just been appointed research associate and professor of zoology at Johns Hopkins University and, earlier in 1925, as a research collaborator in marine invertebrates (protozoa and mollusca) at the Smithsonian Institutions U.S. National Museum.

Subject

  • Metcalf, Maynard M (Maynard Mayo) 1868-1940
  • Scopes, John Thomas Trials, litigation, etc
  • Oberlin College
  • Johns Hopkins University
  • United States National Museum

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Smithsonian Institution Archives, Accession 90-105, Science Service Records, Image No. SIA2008-5966

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Topic

Zoology

Form/Genre

Black-and-white photographs

Local number

SIA Acc. 90-105 [SIA2008-5966]

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