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Myrtle Ramey DAVIS

Myrtle Ramey DAVIS, American State Superintendent of Public Instruction. Member, Idaho. State Land and Forestry Board Member, State Board Education and Board of Regents, University of Idaho. Member of Women of Woodcraft; Daughters of American Revolution; Idaho and National Education Associations; Eight and Forty; State library association Club: B.P.W.

Background

  • DAVIS, Myrtle Ramey was born on June 29, 1892 in Gate City, Virginia, United States. Daughter of David and Emily (Meade) Ramey.

  • Education

    • High School; State Normal. Southern Branch University. University of Idaho.

    Career

    • Elementary teacher for 14 years Principal, Americanization School, Boise. Assistant State Superintendent, 1927-1928. Elected State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Idaho, 1928.

      National Committeewoman, National Chairman and Past State President, American Legion Auxiliary. First Idaho Woman Delegate to National Defense Conference, Washington, District of Columbia First Idaho woman to second nomination for Governor of Idaho.

    Membership

    Member, Idaho. State Land and Forestry Board Member, State Board Education and Board of Regents, University of Idaho. Member of Women of Woodcraft. Daughters of American Revolution.

    Idaho and National Education Associations. Eight and Forty; State library association Club: B.P.W.

    Connections

    • Spouse James Orville Davis, December 25, 1914, California.
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