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Clyde Parker was a foundry man working for McChesney at $2.00 a day when he was lured away by P M Kelly to join him in Dalhart, Texas around 1912. Kelly attributes much of his early success to Parker who handled production and trained new employees in the operation of machines and tools. The partnership was dissolved in 1919. Most of these spurs are marked “KB and P” but a few pairs have their names fully written.