Iris Noble - Medicine - 1959 - 192 pages
From a mischievous boy to a renowned medical doctor - this is the fascinating life of one of America's greatest scientists.
Iris Noble - Women - 1979 - 158 pages
Explores the lives and accomplishments of a number of women excelling in such previously male-dominated sciences as anthropology, cancer research, meteorology, nuclear physics ...
Iris Noble - 1966 - 191 pages
A portrait of a woman whose complex personality fascinated all who knew her; brilliant and ruthless, Catherine of Russia connived for power and subjugated her people, but also ...
Iris Noble - Dead Sea scrolls - 1971 - 214 pages
Iris Noble's retelling of the story of the Dead Sea scrolls for young people is made vivid by concrete details, often seasoned with imagination but always with a scrupulous ...
Iris Noble - Hungarian Americans - 1957 - 191 pages
Biography of the Hungarian immigrant boy who as publisher and editor helped establish freedom of the press in this country and established the Pulitzer Prize Awards.