New York Times/Tablet to the memory of Naval Cadet Loveman Noa
|←Memorial tablet for Loveman Noa||New York Times (1904)
Tablet to the memory of Naval Cadet Loveman Noa
|Source: New York Times, May 28, 1904|
Annapolis, Md., May 28,  — (Special) — A tablet to the memory of Naval Cadet Loveman Noa of Tennessee, who was killed in action at Samar, Philippine Islands, Oct. 26, 1901, was unveiled in Memorial Hall, Naval Academy today. It was erected by his classmates of the class of 1900, Naval Academy, a number of whom were present today. The ceremonies were simple and impressive. After an invocation by Chaplain H.H. Clark, the tablet was presented to the institution by Lieut. W. G. Mitchell, a classmate of Midshipman Noa, and was accepted on the part of the academy by Capt. J. M. Bowyer, superintendent. The ceremonies closed with the benediction, pronounced by Chaplain Clark.
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