Mississippi’s 59th governor, Bill Allain

One portrait has been noticeably absent from the Mississippi hall of governors in the State Capitol for decades: Bill Allain, who served as the state’s 59th governor from 1984 until 1988.

That’s finally about to change. Read The Daily Journal story here to find out how.

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