"Ralph had moved from Nebraska to Mexico in the 1940s, driving an old Chevy farm pickup, and had ended up at the far reaches of Lake Pátzcuaro in the Mexican village of Erongaricuaro, or Eronga for short. He charmed Mexico’s first female mayor and they shortly after married and had two children, Guillermo, who would go on to become a somewhat infamous singer of old Mexican ballads, and the daughter Monica, who, inspired by her father, went to art school in Arizona and became a multi-media artist, for a while dividing her time between Pátzcuaro and the USA." Escape from America Magazine.
The 1937 and 1939 December issues of Movie Makers state Gray was from Mexico City, Mexico. An extensive biography of Gray is also given in Movie Makers (June 1950, 229-230). PSA Journal in 1968 states Gray, FPSA, Houston, Texas, died of a heart attack on Oct. 20, 1967.
Movie Makers, Dec. 1937, 602. Movie Makers, Dec. 1938, 595. Movie Makers, Dec. 1939, 608. Obituary in PSA Journal, Vol. 34, No. 1, Jan. 1968.
"Artists as Expat Nomads." Escape from America Magazine. May 12, 2011.