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Ice Harvest 2017 Scene 1 NCCHP.jpg
The Noble & Cooley Center for Historic Preservation (NCCHP) has a tradition of holding an annual ice harvest, featuring a presentation by Dennis Picard. These photos are of the 2017; the second to last is the 2019 event. The final photo is an…

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Farewell party for Edith Church at Noble & Cooley, 1961. Left to right: Jim Lees, Edith Shenerock, Edythe Westling, Millie Lees, Unidentified, (---) Dickinson, John Jones, Stella Hunt, Bulla(?) Lafriniere, Paul Long, Marion Peebles, Clara Banks,…

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Two identical tintype photos of a drummer boy, in a Mascher's Improved Stereoscope, patent March 8th, 1853, made in Philadelphia.

The drum is believed to have been made by Noble & Cooley, Granville, MA.

From the Noble & Cooley Center for…

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UP photo and caption, 1954, David Eisenhower receiving Noble & Cooley anniversary drum at the White House.

Granville Center From Hill with Noble and Cooley front.jpg
View of the village from Granville Hill. Date unknown. Photo taken by George Aldrich. Two images donated, one from Wilhelmina Tryon, the other from May Nobbs. One image is a photo, the other is a postcard. The postcard is dated 1938.

To the left…

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Possibly Noble & Cooley workers at old factory before fire Gramp Ripley and Bert Roberts are identified. Person to left of Gramp Ripley appears to be noted as "Arch" (Tryon?).

Flag at Noble & Cooley 2013.jpg
The 20' by 30' flag at the Noble & Cooley Company (founded 1854) in Granville, Independence Day 2013.

Do you have any photos of the 2013 parade you could share? Contact the Historical Room at the Granville Library.

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Two letters from James P. Cooley to his business partner Silas Noble, concerning the Noble & Cooley company. The company was founded in 1854 and these recently discovered (August 2021) letters are the earliest known company correspondence.

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Joyce H. Jones, 90, of Granville passed away peacefully at home with family by her side on Thursday, November 26, 2020.

Born in Westfield on September 11, 1930, she was the daughter of the late Ralph H. and Avola (Banks) Hiers. She graduated from…
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