Gottshall, whose work was featured in early editions of aw, was the author of 16 b<x>ks on woodworking, including Reproducing Antique Furniture, and Provincial Furniture Design and Construction. He taught at the high school and college levels for 35 years and also found time to contribute more than 150 articles to various woodworking magazines.
Gottshall earned an associate's degree from Rochester Institute of Technology and a bachelor's degree from the former Stout State University in Wisconsin. He was named to Who's Who in tl>e Fast in 1963 and appeared in Men of Achievement in 1974.
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