Louis Goodman papers, 1929-1975

Goodman, Louis, b. 1905 d. 1973
Assemblage artist
Active in New York, N.Y.; Los Angeles, Calif.

Collection size: 0.6 linear ft.

Collection Summary: A biographical sketch; lists of exhibitions; a Westwood Art Association certificate of merit, 1965; a ribbon for second place in the 9th Annual Art Festival, Perris, California; correspondence concerning the development of inventions, undated and 1932-1939; an illustrated letter, October 1972; Marsha Goodman's address book; a notebook about the activities of the American Rocket Society, 1932-1939; notes on inventions, 1935-1936; writings by Goodman;

honorable discharge papers, 1942; legal records for the Goodman family and concerning inventions, 1931-1972; receipts, invoices for medical expenses, and price lists for works of art, 1957-1972; income tax returns, 1942-1964; art works, including eleven drawings, one of a rocket, undated and 1929-1937; clippings, 1941-1973; exhibition announcements and catalogs, 1965-1975; calling cards; miscellaneous printed material; and photographs of Goodman, his family and friends, and works of art.

Biographical/Historical Note: Assemblage artist, and inventor; New York, N.Y. and Los Angeles, California.

Donated 1976 by Hal Glicksman, relationship to Goodman unclear.

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