James M. Goode papers, 1858-1982

Goode, James M., b. 1939
Curator, Architectural historian
Active in Washington, D.C.

Collection size: 0.2 linear ft. (partially microfilmed on 2 reels)

Collection Summary: Letters, typescripts, notes, printed material and photographs regarding sculptor Edmond Romulus Amateis, and artist Francis Davis Millet.

REEL 1817 (fr. 136-141): Three copyprint photographs, including: one of Amateis, ca.1960; one of Amateis and other sculptors of the Labor and Interstate Commerce Building, Washington, D.C., ca. 1934; and one of Amateis seated in front of his work for the Department of Labor and Interstate Commerce Building in Paul Denivelle's studio hangar, San Francisco Presido, 1935. Photographers are unidentified. All are loaned copyprints and cannot be scanned.

REEL 2813: A letter (9 p.) from Amateis to Goode describing his life and work, May 27, 1975.

UNMICROFILMED: Letters, notes, typescripts and printed material regarding artist Francis Davis Millet. Included are typed extracts from the diary of Millet, 1858, 1864, and 1904, and published printed material by Goode.

Biographical/Historical Note: Curator, architectural historian; Washington, D.C. Born 1939.

Photographs on reel 1817 lent for copying by Goode, 1973; copyprints were microfilmed in 1980 with AAA's Photographs of Artists-Collection II. The letter on reel 2813 donated 1975 by Goode via curator Harry Lowe, and the unmicrofilmed material re Millet was donated 1983 by Goode.

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