Dayton, Tennessee

The Rhea County courthouse is home of the famous "Monkey Trial".
Downtown Dayton, 1925

City and county seat in Rhea County, Tennessee, United States.

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Graysville, Tennessee

Town in Rhea County, Tennessee, United States.

Town in Rhea County, Tennessee, United States.

Graysville Academy, established in 1892 in Graysville, was a Seventh-day Adventist institution that was later to become Southern Adventist University.

Graysville Elementary School is in the community, though it has a Dayton address.

Chattanooga State Community College

Public community college in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Public community college in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

The Dayton site is located about 40 mi north of the Amnicola campus in Dayton, Tennessee.

George Rappleyea in June 1925

George Rappleyea

George Rappleyea in June 1925

George Washington Rappleyea (July 4, 1894 – August 29, 1966), an American metallurgical engineer and the manager of the Cumberland Coal and Iron Company in Dayton, Tennessee.

Rachel Held Evans

American Christian columnist, blogger and author.

American Christian columnist, blogger and author.

When she was 14, she and her family moved to Dayton, Tennessee, where her father took an administrative position at Bryan College.

Rhea County Schools

Rhea County Department of Education, also known as Rhea County Schools or Rhea School District, is a school district headquartered in Dayton, Tennessee.

Russ Hodges in 1955

Russ Hodges

American sportscaster who did play-by-play for several baseball teams, most notably the New York/San Francisco Giants.

American sportscaster who did play-by-play for several baseball teams, most notably the New York/San Francisco Giants.

Russ Hodges in 1955

Born in Dayton, Tennessee, Hodges began his broadcasting career in 1934.

St. Peter's Basilica, the largest Catholic church in the world

Joseph Aloysius Durick

U.S. Roman Catholic bishop and civil rights advocate.

U.S. Roman Catholic bishop and civil rights advocate.

St. Peter's Basilica, the largest Catholic church in the world

Born in Dayton, Tennessee, he was the seventh of twelve children.

Nokian Tyres

Nokian Tyres plc (Nokian Renkaat Oyj), headquartered in Nokia, Finland, produces tyres for cars, trucks, buses, and heavy-duty equipment.

Nokian Tyres plc (Nokian Renkaat Oyj), headquartered in Nokia, Finland, produces tyres for cars, trucks, buses, and heavy-duty equipment.

The brand logo of Finnish Rubber Works between 1965−1966
Nokia municipality, Finland
Nokian Hakkapeliitta, a winter tyre fitted with metal studs
Nokian Bicycle Tire
Deep tread pattern and multiple sipes in a Nokian Hakkapeliitta R winter tyre tread. The numbers 4, 6, 8 in the tread (in mm) indicate the depth of the remaining tread. The number 8 becomes unreadable as the tread wears to a depth of less than 8 mm.

In May 2017, Nokian announced the construction of a new factory in Dayton, Tennessee, with an annual production capacity of 4 million tyres.

Omega Graduate School

East-facing view of the Omega Graduate School campus at Crystal Springs

Omega Graduate School (formerly Oxford Graduate School) is a private graduate school in Dayton, Tennessee.

Jake Gaither

American football coach and college athletics administrator.

American football coach and college athletics administrator.

Coach Jake Gaither (standing, middle, white shirt with whistle) in the locker room with his Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) football team: Tallahassee, Florida, 1953

Gaither was born in 1903 in Dayton, Tennessee.