Note: chicken can be marinaded 1 day ahead.
Serve with a colorful side of mixed vegetables.
For our music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=meDXI63FtA8&t=96s
What a meal!
Happily serving my Master Indy:
Rapid progress had been made in transportation. You can't keep them down on the farm any more!
This was the world of Cyril B. Wilcox and it was collapsing around him.
Wilcox had been a student of Harvard University. He had consulted Professor of Hygiene Robert I. Lee, about a bad attack of hives.
A letter was sent to the Alumni Placement Service: “Before making any statement that would indicate confidence in the following men, please consult some one in the Dean’s office. If they do not know what is meant, tell them to look in the disciplinary file in an envelope marked ‘Roberts, E.W. and others.’”
In June of 1920, Eugene R. Cummings a 23-year-old dental-school student committed suicide at Harvard’s Stillman Infirmary. The medical examiner ruled that the cause of death was “poisoning by corrosive sublimate taken with suicidal intent probably while mentally deranged.”
Then an article came out in the Boston American
“According to friends of the two, Cummings, who was said to have been mentally unbalanced, told a story of an alleged inquisition which he claimed was held in the college office following Wilcox’ [sic] death,” read the article. “He said that he was taken into the office, which was shrouded in gloom, with but one light dimly burning, and there questioned exhaustively. This story, which was denied by the college authorities, was said to have sprung from his disordered mind.”
Reading these give a new outlook on homophobia and its effects.
This led to the book and play: 'Unnatural Acts'.
The Harvard Secret Court was despicable yet hopefully today we can learn from the tragic life of that young university student Cyril B. Wilcox.