Category Archives: George W. C. Noble

Let Every Man’s Hope Be in Himself

April 25, 2013 The Nobleman issue published at the end of April 1913 opened up with a page added at the last moment: the obituary announcing the death, on April 25, 1913, of James Jay Greenough. Mr. Noble’s partner at … Continue reading

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An Archivist’s Chuckle

Readers perusing the Sunday Boston Globe issue of May 15, 1966 would have come across “Noble and Greenough: A Century of Excellence”: an article celebrating the centennial of the school. To prepare for the article, the writer must have read … Continue reading

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Lasting Impressions

It was a different time and a different place. In September 1913, the school, located at 100 Beacon Street, was still a downtown, urban school. Mr. George W.C. Noble, its founder and first Headmaster, was still teaching. After 47 years … Continue reading

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