United States USA Date:1925 Duration:1 min 16 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Some restrospective scenes with William Jennings Bryan, assembled after his sudden death in Dayton, Ohio, shortly after the celebtrated "Scopes" trial in 1925. Bryan speaking in front of a residence. (Slate notes he ran for Presidency three times, and was Secretary of State in cabinet of President Woodrow Wilson.) Bryan wearing a cloak and hat, walking on a rainy day, in a city. Automobiles parked at the curb in the background. He smiles, stops and removes his hat to pose for the camera. Next, a closeup of Bryan, bareheaded. Scene shifts to New York City, in 1924, where Bryan stands with his brother, Charles W. Bryan, former Governor of Nebraska, who was nominated as Vice-Presidential candidate during the Democratic Party Convention. William Jennings Bryan conducting one of his weekly Bible classes and Sunday Sermon, to a large outdoor audience, from a stage, in Royal Palm Park, Miami, Florida. Closeup of him gesticulating as he speaks. Bryan and members of his family standing on the bayfront balcony of his residence,“Villa Serena," on the occasion of a visit by former U.S. President Warren G. Harding, who stands behind several Bryan grandchildren
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