By Audrey Fein The images above are both photos of da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi, which was auctioned for $450 million at Christie’s… Read More »Before & After Photo Shoot with da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi
An article written about Goldman in Boston Globe in 1962. The piece supposedly presages a new direction for plywood in the field of agricultural irrigation, though Plycraft never ended up manufacturing anything other than boats and furniture. I was interested to see how a media outlet portrayed Goldman, and the author’s fixation on Goldman’s physical fitness struck me not only as odd from a journalistic standpoint, but also contradicts the many descriptions I’ve found of Goldman as he got older.
These two documents are from the Lehman archives at Columbia University. The first, from 1958, is a cordial thank you note from Herbert Lehman to… Read More »The Difference a Year (or Two) Can Make
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