Noah Hamilton Rose (April 9, 1874 – January 25, 1952) was a painter and photographer. He developed an impressive collection of photographs of the old West that included images of many notable individuals from the era.
Rose was born in Kendall County, Texas, the son of Newton C. and Loutilda White. His father was a carpenter. Rose was educated in rural schools. When he was 10, the family moved to Menardville). At age 14 he began working as an apprentice for the Menardville Monitor. His family later moved to Ballinger and Rose got a job with their local paper, but in 1891 at age 17 he returned to work in Menardville for the Record.