Interior of the Clay County Abstract Company around 1925. Employees stand behind their work tables. Typewriters are on the tables, a phone hangs on the wall, and electric lights hang from the ceiling. Written on the back of the photograph, "Clay County Abstract Company, my daddy's [Volney Lefevre] office during the oil boom that started in Burkburnett. Business was good. He made a mint of money and paid off all his business debt. by Lois V. Lefevre Malone"
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