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When Clinton Giddings Brown (1882-1964) retired from a long and successful career as a trial lawyer in San Antonio, Texas, fishing on the Gulf Coast was out-by doctor's orders. So he sat on the front gallery of his house in San Antonio and fished with a lead pencil in the richly stocked memories of his professional life. "Some days I didn't get a nibble, but some mornings they were biting fine." The resultant and delightful catch is the story of a full, merry, and successful life. From the day in 1906 when "Mr. Clint" hung ...

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