Harry Ramsey worked in the advertising field in the 1920s. He joined the Funnies Inc studio in the late 1930s and worked as a comic book artist in the 1940s and early 1950s. He drew for World Famous Heroes by Centaur Comics, made western stories for Feature Comics and did various features for Holyoke and Ziff Davis. In the early 1940s, he illustrated house ads and features like 'Blue Blaze', 'Captain Daring' and 'Stuporman' for Timely. He drew Novelty's 'Edison Bell, Boy Inventor' and 'Old Cap Hawkins' Tales', as well as Quality's 'The Sniper'. Ramsey's Gilberton credits include adaptations of 'The Count of Monte Christo', 'Ivanhoe' and 'Last of Mohicans'. He drew westerns and 'Roy Rogers' and 'Wildfire' for Dell.