Mary Pearson Goodwin (1920- ) was born in Newport, Rhode Island. She was a prolific and award-winning medical illustrator
and a member of the first public expedition to Antarctica in mid-1960s. The collection contains books, journals, notebooks,
photographs, clippings, drawings, video cassettes, audio cassettes, memorabilia, a diary, correspondence, catalogs, slides,
invoices, scrapbooks, index cards, films, maps, and paintings relating to Antarctica compiled by Goodwin.
Mary Pearson Goodwin (also known as Mary Joe Goodwin) was born in 1920 in Newport, Rhode Island; attended Sarah Lawrence College
and Boston Museum School, where she was trained in art; settled in Los Angeles in 1951; became a prolific and award-winning
medical illustrator; member of first public expedition to Antarctica in mid-1960s, and returned twice; wrote A Mountain Reprieve: Trekking in Nepal (1975); she died on September 13, 1993 in Los Angeles.
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