Theodore W. Noyes; January 26, 1858 - July 4, 1946, Editor in chief of the Star for thirty-eight years

Theodore W. Noyes followed in his father's footsteps. As the successor to Crosby Noyes in the editor's chair at the Washington Evening Star, Theodore Noyes exhibited the same driving dedication to objective reporting and to the improvement and development of the nation's capital that had brought his father fame and the Star its position of dominance among Washington newspapers. Noyes was editor in chief of the Star for thirty-eight years, only two years less than his father, and had been long involved in the editorial leadership of the paper before his father died in 1908.