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    • Folder: Scrapbooks [4.1.006]: Exhibits Relating to Architectural Refinements, VI.
      • Date: 11/1906-06/1910
      • Series: S03_04
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    William Henry Goodyear (1846–1923) was the Brooklyn Museum's first curator of fine arts. A finding aid to the collection and an extensive selection of his photographs, either taken or collected by him, are now available online.

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