Black History Month: The secret story behind Norton Museum's beloved painting
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Editor’s Note: This story originally ran on Sept. 15, 2004.She stands alone, bathed in a sunlit glow, her eyes lifted heavenward, her hands gently clasped in front of her pink satin dress. Her hair is cut like a flapper's, short and pert, and her face has the rounded innocence of a cherub.Her name is Ruby, and she is singing a song to God.For dozens of years, visitors have trooped through the Norton Museum of [

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