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10 that [[red underline]] Calmette [[/red underline]] of Lille had the first idea and started the first work along these lines when the former was in Cochin-Chine. but that the work of [[red underline]] Calmette [[/red underline]] had not been brought to practical results. He told me that [[red underline]] Ditmass, [[/red unerline]] the curator of the [[red underline]] snake department [[/red underline]] of the Bronx Zoological Garden had sent him a collection of American poisonous snakes so as to enable Vidal Brazil to prepare the antitoxin serum of each variety. because each ^[[ [[strikethrough]] varity [[/strikethrough]] ]] snake ^[[variety]] requires a different antitoxin. but the Captain of the ship, after he had heard that he had a consignment of poisonous snakes threw them all overboard. He tells me that if he [[end page]] [[start page]] 11 had the [[red underline]] dried venom [[/red underline]] of each snake he might use that instead of the live animal He presented me with a copy of the French Edition of his book on [[red underline]] snakes, [[/red underline]] provided with his autograph. He did not know whether his book had been published in English All what he knows is that a Mexican had asked him for the permission to translate it in English, but as he had not heard further about it he supposed it had not been published. Afternoon took Trolley car to [[red underline]] Copa cabana [[/red underline]] and walked back along Beach of Avenida Atlantico. Wonderful landscape. splendid beach and water and [[red underline]] tasteful cheerfully built [[/red underline]] villas everywhere
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