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Hunter Durham: Coomer's stored law records after hotel fire

Hunter Durham writes:
When the Hotel Miller burned down, my office and my dad's (Cotton) were burned up in the fire. At midnight, I received the call about the fire and when I got to the office there were five pickups backed up and we loaded the entire office into those trucks and most of the stuff was stored in Coomer's Building. It was just after Coomer's had gone out of business. - Hunter Durham
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