In the late 1960s, Goodrich contacted the Brooklyn Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the National Gallery, asking each for x-rays of their paintings by Eakins. According to those letters, Goodrich wanted this material for his current study of the artist's technical methods and to build a collection of such x-rays since there were so few to analyze Eakins's works. This subseries consists of the x-rays each institution supplied, documenting a total of 14 of Eakins paintings, as well as a few others Goodrich apparently collected earlier. His folder of related correspondence and notes is also included.
Most of the other oversized material is also photographic and consists of images of various works, as well as two portraits of the artist. The remaining folders have been processed as "Miscellaneous" because Goodrich's reason for keeping the few tabloid-size publications is unclear. The material varies, from a Civil War news journal to an exhibition catalog of a 1942 competition for U.S. servicemen.