Noah Davis Thompson
Noah Davis Thompson (died 1933) was an American writer, editor, publisher, and Civil Rights leader in the United States. His first wife died as a result of complications related to the birth of their son. A few years later he married writer Eloise Bibb Thompson. They married in Chicago in 1911 and moved to Los Angeles. C. Bernard Thompson was his brother.
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