Dr. Bethune Workman discusses the 1895 Cotton States Exposition

In this segment, the esteemed Dr. Bethune Workman, expert on all things seen and unseen, discusses the Cotton States and International Exposition, held in Piedmont Park in 1895.  During our filming, we met a man who was fishing on Clara Meer Lake, which was specifically built for the 1895 exposition.  This man played some good blues for us, and, as we got up to leave, we realized that the good Doctor had sat on his fishing hook.

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4 Responses to “Dr. Bethune Workman discusses the 1895 Cotton States Exposition”

  1. Ivey Says:

    Unnerving

  2. Ivey Says:

    Unnerving.

  3. craig Says:

    awesome…that song has a great HOOK

  4. Terry Kearns Says:

    Happy that the esteemed Dr. Bethune injured neither hind end nor fish hook and has retained his common touch and sense of humor throughout his varied career.

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