Named Lectures

Joseph Veach Noble Lecture

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Topic: Greek, Roman, or Etruscan Ceramics

Joseph Veach Noble, a long-time trustee and treasurer of the AIA, established the Joseph Veach Noble Lecture in Greek, Roman and Etruscan ceramics reflecting his lifelong interest in this subject. A past Vice Director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (1956-1970), Mr. Noble was also Director of the Museum of the City of New York. As past President of the American Association of Museums, he helped museums from coast to coast.

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