Woman Holding A Snake

Grace Wiley of Long Beach is shown holding a Siamese Cobra, one of the deadliest snakes at the third annual exposition of the Western Herpetological Association, where she will be putting it on display, Los Angeles, California, early to mid 20th century. (Photo by Visual Studies Workshop/Getty Images)
Grace Wiley of Long Beach is shown holding a Siamese Cobra, one of the deadliest snakes at the third annual exposition of the Western Herpetological Association, where she will be putting it on display, Los Angeles, California, early to mid 20th century. (Photo by Visual Studies Workshop/Getty Images)
Woman Holding A Snake
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566221603
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Date created:
01 January, 1930
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ARC0002921_092
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SA_B122B-021
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