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Lloyd Goodrich papers, 1884-1987, bulk 1927-1987

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4.5: Other Organizations and Committees , 1933-1982

Goodrich served on numerous additional associations and committees, including the Artists Equity Association, Artist Tenants Association, New York Attorney General's Advisory Committee on Forgery, Fraud, and as a founding member of the American Art Research Council, among many others. He also advised the Edith Halpert and Sara Roby Foundation Boards. Files contain agendas, booklets and brochures, clippings, correspondence, exhibition lists, congressional legislation, minutes, notes, photographs, and reports.
There are also materials relating to the American National Exhibition (1959). Along with Henry Hope, Theodore Roszak and Franklin C. Watkins, Goodrich selected the works of sixty-seven American artists for the American National Exhibition (1959) held in Moscow. The Chairman of the House Un-American Activities Committee, Rep. Francis E. Walter claimed that thirty-four of the included artists were affiliated with Communist activities and demanded the removal of those artists. Some of the included artists testified and ultimately, President Eisenhower intervened and allowed for the works to be shown in Moscow.
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ACLU Censorship Committee, 1956-1967
25
50-51
Albertina Exhibition, Advisory Panel, 1949
25
52
American Art Research Council, Documents re Foundation, on Advisory Committee, 1942
26
1-2
American Art Research Council, Report, 1943-1947
26
3
American Art Research Council, Research Data, 1942-1951
26
4
American Watercolor and Winslow Homer Exhibition, 1944-1945
26
5-6
Art Gallery of Toronto International Exhibition, Selection Committee, 1949
26
7-8
Art in America, Editorial Board, 1941-1970
25
9-11
Art Students' League, 1934-1936
25
12
Artist Tenant Association, 1961-1965
26
13
Artist Tenant Association, 1948-1959
26
14
Artists Equity Association, Woodstock Conferences, 1950-1969
26
15
Artists Equity Association, 1970-1976
26
16-17
Artists for CORE, 1965
26
18
Bureau of Reclamation Art Program, 1968-1974
26
19-20
Bureau of Reclamation Art Program, Glen Canyon, 1963
26
21
Columbia U Seminar 430, 1954-1964
26
22-24
Committee of Religion and Art in America, Member, 1973-1978
27
1-2
Committee of Selection, American National Exhibition (1959), 1959-1960
27
3-13
Council of the American Friends of the Tate Gallery, Acquistion Committee, 1958-1963
27
14
First Biennial of Sao Paulo Museum of Modern Art, 1951
27
15
Halpert Foundation, 1970-1978
27
16-19
Halpert Foundation, 1950-1976
28
1-11
John Hay Whitney Foundation Opportunity Fellowships, Jury to Select, 1950-1965
28
12-13
Joint Artists' Museum Committee, 1950-1958
28
14-27
Magazine of Art, 1943-1947
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1-13
Metropolitan Museum of Art, Hearn Fund Purchases, Advisor, 1936-1938
29
14
Metropolitan Museum of Art 100th Anniversary, Nineteenth Century America Advisory Committee, 1969-1970
29
15
Museum of Fine Art, Houston Milestones of American Art Exhibition, Recommendations, 1955-1956
29
16
National Collection of Fine Arts Commission, Acquisitions Committee, 1971-1975
29
17
New York Attorney General's Advisory Committee on Forgeries, Fraud etc., 1965-1970
29
18-22
New York Attorney General's Advisory Committee on Forgeries, Fraud etc., 1937-1970
Oversized material housed in Box 37, Folder 3-4
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1-2
New York Regional Committee of the Public Works of Art Project, Member, 1933-1934
30
3
Old Westbury Gardens Sculpture Exhibition, Advisory Committee, 1956-1960
30
4
Rhode Island School of Design, Lee Hall, 1981-1982
30
5
Sara Roby Foundation, 1959-1973
30
6-7
Sculpture in Central Park Exposition, Advisory Committee, 1966-1967
30
8
Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture, 1946-1974
30
9-11
Smithsonian Art Commission, 1946-1959
30
12-19
Smithsonian Art Commission, 1960-1972
31
1-3
State Department Art in Embassies Program, 1964-1969
31
4-7
Stone Mountain Memorial Association, 1954-1963
31
8-10
Whitney Museum of American Art, 1930-1975
31
11-24
Oversize New York Attorney General's Advisory Committee on Forgery, Fraud etc., from Box 30, Folder 2, 1937-1967
37
3-4

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