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Venus Ramey (Venus Ramey)

Venus Ramey

Venus Ramey became the first Miss America to run for public office, seeking a seat in the Kentucky House of Representatives. She was wooed by Hollywood in 1947, but dissatisfied with show business, she returned home to her Eubank, Kentucky, tobacco farm (which she maintained for over 50 years) in Lincoln County, Kentucky. She married and raised two sons. In the 1970s, Ramey successfully campaigned to save Over-the-Rhine, a neighborhood in Cincinnati, Ohio. The neighborhood was eventually listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and her work led her to make an unsuccessful bid for a spot on the Cincinnati City Council. In April 2007, at age 82, Venus Ramey confronted intruders who had entered a storage building on her farm where thieves had previously stolen equipment. She used a snub-nose .38 revolver to shoot out the tires on their pickup truck, then flagged down a car and had the driver call 911, holding the would-be thieves until the sheriff arrived. “I didn’t even think twice. I just went and did it”, she said. “If they’d even dared come close to me, they’d be six feet under by now.” In 1944, a B-17 of the 15th Air Force, 301st bomb group was named the Venus Ramey. This plane is reputed to be one of the longest-lived B-17s of the war, having flown over 150 missions and survived the war. It was later scrapped. There was also a B-24 Liberator bomber (42-52312) in the 454th bomb group named MISS AMERICA ’44 which flew 133 missions. Venus Ramey died on June 17, 2017 at the age of 92.

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  • September, 26, 1924
  • USA
  • Ashland, Kentucky


  • June, 17, 2017
  • USA
  • Science Hill, Kentucky

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