Debbye Turner (Bell), the third African American woman to win the Miss America crown - See more at: http://www.blackpast.org/aah/bell-debbye-turner-1965#sthash.PN3zXihB.dpuf

Debbye Turner (Bell), the third African American woman to win the Miss America crown - See more at: http://www.blackpast.org/aah/bell-debbye-turner-1965#sthash.PN3zXihB.dpuf

Maria Cantwell: Senator of Washington, USA  http://www.nationsroot.com/usa/members-maria-cantwell  #politics #government #nationsroot #USA

Maria Cantwell: Senator of Washington, USA http://www.nationsroot.com/usa/members-maria-cantwell #politics #government #nationsroot #USA

Miss America 1982  Then: Elizabeth Ward reportedly wore a gown made from a tablecloth and used her pageant money to study acting.

Miss America 1982 Then: Elizabeth Ward reportedly wore a gown made from a tablecloth and used her pageant money to study acting.

For six years, Daniel Davis played Niles, the butler on the TV series “The Nanny.” His accent was so authentic-sounding that people assumed he was British, but Davis is an Arkansan through and through. He was born in Gurdon in 1945, graduated from Hall High School in Little Rock and studied at the Arkansas Arts Center. He got his first acting job at age eleven, when he appeared five days a week on the local Little Rock show, “Betty’s Little Rascals.”

For six years, Daniel Davis played Niles, the butler on the TV series “The Nanny.” His accent was so authentic-sounding that people assumed he was British, but Davis is an Arkansan through and through. He was born in Gurdon in 1945, graduated from Hall High School in Little Rock and studied at the Arkansas Arts Center. He got his first acting job at age eleven, when he appeared five days a week on the local Little Rock show, “Betty’s Little Rascals.”

A 1938 winner basks happily in her glory in what appears to be a shiny romper. I dig. | The First Miss America Pageants Are Shockingly Different From Today's

The First Miss America Pageants Are Shockingly Different From Today's

A 1938 winner basks happily in her glory in what appears to be a shiny romper. I dig. | The First Miss America Pageants Are Shockingly Different From Today's

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