"Running of Full" is a well-written account of twin sisters, Ruth and Ruby Crawford, who in their long lives made marks in every field of endeavor they undertook. Through the proverbial glass ceilings in law, banking, accounting, they rose to be among the first women bank officers in the country. Their stewardship and devotion to community and national causes, like the Humane Society, are legend. Often called "the 24-hour Crawfords," Ruth and Ruby were known as much for their prodigious energy as they were for their wit and charm.
Kennesaw State University Press
history, Georgia, twins
Wilkinson, Neil, "Running on Full: The Story of Ruth and Ruby Crawford" (2010). KSU Press Legacy Project. 16.