How America’s Oldest Drum Factory Stayed In Business For Over 160 Years | Still Standing


Seven generations of one family have been making drums at Noble & Cooley since 1854. The Massachusetts company started off manufacturing toys, but is now known for their high-end snare drums made from a single plank of wood.

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1 Response to How America’s Oldest Drum Factory Stayed In Business For Over 160 Years | Still Standing

  1. Their drums are so beautiful! It is good to hear that some of these family businesses survive.

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