Lorrie Goulet papers, 1933-2010

Goulet, Lorrie H., b. 1925
Sculptor
Active in New York, N.Y.

Collection size: 13.0 linear feet

Collection Summary: Biographical material, correspondence, project files, works of art, writings, photographs, an interview transcript, and video documenting the career of sculptor Lorrie Goulet.

Biographical information includes curriculum vitae and biographical statements. Correspondence is with galleries, friends and collectors including letters from Jose de Creeft, Chaim and Renee Gross, Herbert and Dorothy Vogel, and Richard Anuszkiewicz.

Project files include exhibition material in binders containing photographs, announcements, letters, notes, and clippings. Works of art and writings include sketchbooks, a 1971 binder of poetry and drawings, journals by Goulet and notes for The Experience of Direct Carving. Photographs are of Goulet, exhibitions, colleagues, travels, works of art and from the CBS television program, "Around the Corner," featuring Goulet, and a photographic portfolio for birthday of Jose de Creeft, 1969.

The interview transcript is of an interview conducted with Lorrie Goulet and Jose de Creeft by Martin Duberman, 1967. Printed material includes exhibition announcements and newspaper clippings. Also included is a VHS video, "The Making of Alice in Wonderland," 1964-1968, narrated by Goulet.

Biographical/Historical Note: Lorrie Goulet (1925- ) is a sculptor in New York, N.Y. Goulet was married to sculptor José de Creeft.

Lent for microfilming 1972 by Lorrie Goulet and donated in 2010 with additional material. It is unclear if what was filmed in 1972 was donated in its entirety.

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