- 1910: Cadet Chapel, West Point (Cram, Goodhue, and Ferguson)
- 1915: Panama-California Exposition Buildings, San Diego, California
- 1922: Nebraska State Capitol building
- 1924: National Academy of Sciences Building
- 1924: Master Plan for the Califorinia Institute of Technology
- 1926: Los Angeles Central Public Library (LAPL)
More About Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue:
Although Goodhue's early works were noted for their high Gothic style, he later adopted a Romanesque style. By the end of his career, his work tended toward simple, classical lines. The Los Angeles Central Library, completed after his death, has elements of Art Deco design. Today Goodhue is considered an American modernist.
Goodhue is said to have invented two font styles:
- Merrymount, designed for the Merrymount Press of Boston
- Cheltenham, designed for the Cheltenham Press in New York City; Cheltenham was adopted by The New York Times for their headline typeface and by the L.L. Bean company for their distinctive logo
SOURCE: The Alexander S. Lawson Archive, Ithaca Typothetae [accessed April 26, 2012]
Books About Goodhue
Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue Architectural Drawings and Papers, 1882-1980. Department of Drawings & Archives, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University.