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Albert Goodhue (May 1881 - October 19, 1948) was the President and General Manager of Eastman Gelatine Corporation in Peabody, Massachusetts.

Goodhue was born in May 1881 in Salem, Massachusetts, and graduated from Harvard College in 1904. He was a member of the Salem Country Club in Peabody, Massachusetts; the Harvard Club of New York City; the Salem Marine Society; the Eastern Yacht Club in Marblehead, Massachusetts; and other organizations.

In January 1922, he was elected as a director of the American Glue Company. He served as manager of the glue company's gelatine department until 1930, when the Eastman Kodak Company took over the gelatine business and appointed him vice president and general manager of the Eastman Gelatine Corporation. He lived out the remainder of his life in charge of the company in Marblehead, Massachusetts.

On October 19, 1948, Goodhue died at his home on Cliff Street, Marblehead.

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Goodhue married Elizabeth Mansfield.

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