Goodman, Charles M.
Charles M. Goodman was an American architect who made a name for his modern designs in suburban Washington, DC after World War II. He attended the Illinois Institute of Technology and came to Washington in 1934 to work as the designing architect in the Public Buildings Administration. Goodman designed the original National Airport outside of Washington, DC and served as main architect of the Hollin Hills neighborhood in Alexandria, Virginia. He later served as head architect at the United States Treasury Department and the Air Transport Command.