The life of Fernando Ramos was a story of love; a love of home, of his native country, of art, of dance- and, of course, a love of a beautiful woman. Ramos was a handsome young man when he made his way to San Antonio from his revolution embattled home of Mexico in 1913. It wasn’t long before Fernando made his mark with his picture in the local newspaper as the winner of a $10 prize for his Fiesta Poster design. Not even out of high school, he soon followed up by winning another $25 for his design of a poster to sell poppies for Armistice Day in a national competition for the American Legion. Fernando quickly found himself at the studio of Mexican…