When Nashville Was Lawsuit City


Montgomery Bell, early Nashville entrepreneur and industrialist, is the namesake of Montgomery Bell State Park and Montgomery Bell Academy, the boys’ prep school that was the setting for Robin Williams’ Dead Poets’ Society (1989). The story below reveals, at the very end, a surprising fact about his will.

When Nashville Was 'Lawsuit City'   advantage jan 1985 montgomery bell p 38   advantage jan 1985 montgomery bell p. 78 (2)

  • Publication: Nashville Business Advantage, Jan. 1985 by Advantage Publishing Inc.
  • Audience: Nashville business community
  • Story type: Historical profile

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