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He Swapped Snakes for Worms
Hanna, Evelyn - The Atlanta Constitution (1946-1984) - Atlanta, Ga.
Date: Oct 23, 1949
Start Page:11B
Pages:1
 Abstract (Document Summary)

COVINGTON--In a recent essay, Mr. McGill counseled Mr. Louis Bolton not to worry his pretty head about Mr. Harold Martin. Mr. Bolton, who is knowledgeable about snakes, among many other things, had been afraid that Mr. Martin was about to commit suicide through acting as dentist to rattlers. The next time I went out to the charming Bolton plantation I asked Mr. Bolton some questions about makes-- you never know whom you are going to meet along Peachtree these days--and found that he had no real time for serpents any more, though there was a time when he thought nothing of collecting snakes on his journeys about the farms and carrying them with him in his car.

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