Lloyd Goodrich papers, 1863-1987.

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Goodrich, Lloyd, 1897-. Lloyd Goodrich papers, 1863-1987.

Lloyd Goodrich papers, 1863-1987.

Biographical material; correspondence; notes and writings by Goodrich; photographs of Reginald Marsh and Goodrich; files on artists, events, guest curators, fraud and forgery in art, the National Council on the Arts and Government, the National Collection Fine Arts, and other art associations; minutes of meetings; and printed material. Also found are X-rays of paintings by Ralph Blakelock and 11 pages from a notebook, handwritten by Goodrich in 1946, describing paintings by Kenneth Hayes Miller. Among the correspondence are letters to Goodrich and his wife Edith Havens Goodrich, 1925-1932; ten letters and ten postcards from Reginald Marsh, three postcards from Betty Marsh (later Mrs. Thomas Woodhouse), and two postcards from Yasuo Kuniyoshi, most from 1925 and 1926 when both the Marshes and Kuniyoshi and his first wife, Katherine Schmidt, were traveling in Europe over the course of the year. Marsh writes of the art and architecture of Europe and reports on the doings of friends he runs across, such as Kuniyoshi, Schmidt, and Guy Pè€ne du Bois. Many of the travel letters are illustrated. Also found is a note written in 1932 en route to Reno to obtain a divorce and four photographs of Felicia Marsh, Marsh's second wife. Also found are condolence letters to David Goodrich upon his father's death in 1987, including letters from John I.H. Baur, Flora Biddle, Dean Fausett, Lawrence Fleischman, Karl and Ilse Schrag, Roy Neuberger, Helen Farr Sloan, Raphael Soyer, Ira Spanierman, Jane Turano, Betty Burroughs Woodhouse, Virginia Zabriskie, and others. Writings include lecture and seminars notes, speeches, articles, and research papers on a variety of artists, among them Washington Allston, Thomas Hart Benton, Isabel Bishop, Albert Pinkham Ryder, and Georgia O'Keeffe. A photocopy of the manuscript ALBERT PINKHAM RYDER: THE MAN AND HIS ART, Goodrich's contribution to ALBERT PINKHAM RYDER: PAINTER OF DREAMS, co-authored with William I. Homer.

24.5 linear ft.

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