The James Nelson Goodsell Collection documents four decades of Latin American and Caribbean history. It consists of video clips and hundreds of images, many of which are accompanied by audio commentaries. The collection also includes transcripts of interviews with regional leaders. Goodsell was the Latin American correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor from 1964-1985. His archival legacy includes material from all across the region, from South America to the Caribbean and Central America. Goodsell's widow, Rhoda Ford, donated the collection to FIU's Latin American and Caribbean Center in 1996.
11 linear feet.