Harriet Newell Noyes

American Presbyterian educator, writer, and missionary for fifty years.

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Harriet Newell

Christian missionary and memoirist.

Harriet Newell
Birthplace of Harriet Newell

Many children were named for her over the following decades, including Harriet Newell Noyes who also went on to be a missionary.

True Light Girls' College

Christian girls' secondary school in Kowloon, Hong Kong.

It was founded in 1973, to commemorate the centenary of the first True Light Middle School, which was founded in 1872 in Canton by the American missionary, Harriet Newell Noyes.

True Light Middle School of Hong Kong

Well-known girls' school located at Tai Hang, Hong Kong Island.

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True Light Middle School of Hong Kong at 50 Tai Hang Road

True Light Seminary, the original name of TLMSHK, was the first women's school established in Guangzhou, South China in 1872 by Ms Harriet Newell Noyes, a missionary from the American Presbyterian Church.

Kowloon True Light School

Protestant girls' secondary school situated in Kowloon Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

On 16June 1872, True Light School, a primary school, was founded in Guangzhou on the Chinese mainland by Harriet Newell Noyes, a missionary from the American Presbyterian Church.

Hong Kong True Light College

Christian girls secondary school in Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong.

An Eastern Christian icon depicting Emperor Constantine and the Fathers of the First Council of Nicaea (325) as holding the Niceno–Constantinopolitan Creed of 381.

Harriet Newell Noyes, an American Christian missionary, founded True Light College in Guangzhou in 1872.

Guangzhou True Light Middle School

Guangzhou True Light Middle School, or True Light High School, is a school located at Shanding, Baihedong Street, Liwan District (formerly known as in Fangcun District), Guangzhou, founded in 1872 by Harriet Newell Noyes, who was an American Presbyterian and missionary for over 140 years.