series 8 - Shirley Goodman records, 1966-1971

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Shirley Goodman records, 1966-1971


  • 1966-1971 (Creation)

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Shirley Goodman came to the college in 1949 to help draft the legislation making F.I.T. part of the SUNY system. She was a key figure in the college’s development and served for many years as the executive vice president of F.I.T. as well as the executive director of F.I.T.’s Educational Foundation for the Fashion Industries (now the F.I.T. Foundation) until her death in 1991.

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The records of Shirley Goodman include speeches, correspondence, and press clippings about her activities on behalf of the college.

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