Amy Goldin papers, 1919-1978

Goldin, Amy, b. 1926 d. 1978
Art critic, Educator, Author
Active in New York, N.Y.

Collection size: 4.0 linear ft. (on 5 microfilm reels).

Collection Summary: Biographical and personal documents; personal and professional correspondence; a sketchbook, 1946; personal photographs and photographs of works of art; files for her publication "Art for Young America"; writings on Islamic art, contemporary art, and other art-related subjects; a bibliography of her writings; notebooks, notecards, and notes; teaching exams; and printed papers and articles by Goldin. Among the correspondents are Oleg Grabar and Robert Duncan.

Biographical/Historical Note: Art critic, author, teacher; New York, N.Y.

The donor, Mrs. Ruth M. Huston, is the sister of of Amy Genevieve Goldin.

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