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John H. Ruffin portrait is dedicated at Richmond County courthouse that bears his name



It’s not many people whose portrait dedication nearly 12 years after his death would draw a crowd that included three sitting justices of the Georgia Supreme Court.

But John H. Ruffin Jr. could. And did.

The Jan. 4 dedication ceremony took place in the courthouse named in Ruffin’s honor, a co...

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