Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue ( April 28, 1869 in Pomfret, Connecticut, † April 23, 1924 in New York City ) was an American architect and illustrator. He is considered one of the most important representatives of the neo-Gothic style and the Spanish-Mexican renaissance in the United States.
His parents were Charles Wells Goodhue and Helen ( Eldredge ) Grosvenor Goodhue. He moved in 1884 to New York, where he worked for Renwick, Aspinwall and Russell ( see also James Renwick ). In 1897 he co-founded the Boston Arts and Crafts Society. Then Goodhue spent 25 years business partner of Ralph Adams Cram.