Goldy's Portraits

Faces from the Early Years of RAND

Published In: Goldy's Portraits: Faces from the Early Years of RAND / Edited by Brent Bradley, Diane Baldwin, Marilyn Freemon (San Francisco: Blurb, 2012), 87 p

Posted on on January 01, 2012

by Brent D. Bradley, Diane Baldwin, Marilyn Fisher Freemon

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J. Richard Goldstein, "Goldy" was one of the major formative figures of RAND. Besides being the associate director and then vice president before he retired in 1973, Goldy was an avid photographer. He created a series of portraits of RAND associates and visitors during the 1950's and early 1960's. Many of Goldy's portraits are RAND members, trustees and government officials.

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