Stu Bailey investigates the title for a piece of land in Oklahoma that could yield a fortune in oil. But the owner is afraid to reveal that she has Negro blood, a revelation that would ruin her standing in the White world.
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[in his office, speaking into a dictation machine microphone
And that's when the merry-to-round stopped, so I got off and came home. I haven't collected my fee yet, but I'm not worried. The oil was there, just as Sam said it would be. And, um, between you and me, Hannah, this is one case that paid off in something better than money, which is very upsetting to a man in my profession. And If you ever quote me on that, to anybody, you're fired.
The Farmer in the Dell
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