Lloyd R. Lotz, Sr. architectural drawings

Abstract

The Lloyd R. Lotz, Sr. architectural drawings (dated 1947-2010; 6 cubic feet; 2 flat file drawers) comprise architectural drawings that document churches, banks, hospitals, and other structures in Kentucky and Indiana that Lotz designed or assisted with the design.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Lloyd R. Lotz, Sr. architectural drawings
Creator
Lotz, Lloyd, 1927-2013
Extent
6 Cubic Feet
Subjects
Architectural design
Architectural rendering
Architecture, Domestic.
Architecture, Modern -- 20th century
Banks and banking -- Kentucky.
Churches -- Kentucky.
Hospital architecture
Hospitals -- Kentucky -- Louisville
Arrangement
Collection is arranged chronologically.
Finding Aid Author
Carol Street
Preferred Citation
2019ms2014 : [identification of item], Lloyd R. Lotz, Sr. architectural drawings, 1947-2010, University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
Lloyd Richard Lotz, Sr. (1927-2013) was an architect who lived his entire life in Louisville, Kentucky. The youngest of eight children, Lotz graduated from Manual High School in 1945 and began working as a draftsman with the Thomas J. Nolan and Sons architectural firm. While never formally trained in architecture, Lotz earned his architectural license and was a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) for over 50 years. By 1954 he worked at Otis and Grimes, Architects. In 1966 he established a partnership with Garwood Grimes that was known as Grimes and Lotz. He later worked as an architect for Hubbuch and Associates and Dahlem Construction. From 1961 to 2010, he often worked on his own as Lloyd R. Lotz, Sr., Architect or as Lotz and Associates.
Lotz was active in his community through numerous positions in Boy Scouts of America; singing as a baritone in the Thoroughbred Chorus barbershop quartet, and being a life-long member of Third Lutheran Church in Louisville. He also maintained a passion for coin and stamp collecting, and amassed a large collection by the time of his death in 2013.
Scope and Content
The Lloyd R. Lotz, Sr. architectural drawings (dated 1947-2010; 6 cubic feet; 2 flat file drawers) comprise architectural drawings that document churches, banks, hospitals, residences, and other structures in Kentucky and Indiana that Lotz designed or assisted with the design. The structures represented in the collection are all in Kentucky, particularly the Louisville area, except for one bank building located in Seymour, Indiana. Architecture firms represented in the collection include Lotz operating under his own name, as well as Grimes and Lotz; Lotz and Dahlem; Otis and Grimes; Mansell, Lewis and Fugate; and McCulloch and Bickel. The collection includes complete architectural drawing sets for many of the structures, but in some cases there are only preliminary or presentation drawings.

Restrictions on Access and Use

Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Access Collection is open to researchers by appointment.
Use Restrictions
The physical rights to the materials in this collection are held by the University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.

Contents of the Collection

Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation, 120 S. Hubbards Lane, St. Matthews, Kentucky. Otis and Grimes, Architects, 1947-1967

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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Durham, Jr. residence, Louisville, Kentucky. Nevin and Morgan, Architects, 1949

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Christ Lutheran Church, Taylorsville Road and Six Mile Lane, Jeffersontown, Kentucky. McCulloch and Bickel, Architects, 1956

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St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, Jefferson County, Kentucky. August Baker, T. Norman Mansell, Architects (1956) and Mansell, Lewis and Fugate (1968), 1956-1968

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Green County Hospital, Greensburg, Kentucky. Otis and Grimes, Architects, 1960-1961

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Cloverleaf Home presentation drawing, 1961

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St. Augustine Parish School presentation drawing, 1961

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Chapel Park Baptist Church, Louisville, Kentucky. Lloyd R. Lotz, Sr., Architect, 1962

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Jane Todd Crawford Hospital and nursing home addition, Greensburg, Kentucky. Otis and Grimes, Architects (1962) and Grimes and Lotz, Architects (1967), 1962-1967

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Strathmoor Presbyterian Church proposed addition, Louisville, Kentucky. Grimes and Lotz, Architects, 1962-1970

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Owensboro Catholic High School, 1524 Parrish Avenue, Owensboro, Kentucky. Lloyd R. Lotz, Sr., Architect, 1963

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Killion Motor Express presentation drawing, unidentified location, 1963

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Midland Mutual Life Insurance Company presentation drawing, Louisville, Kentucky, 1963

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Baptist Center, East Baptist Church, Chestnut and Preston Streets, Louisville, Kentucky. Lloyd R. Lotz, Sr., Architect, 1965

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Unidentified office building, Louisville, Kentucky. Grimes and Lotz, Architects, 1967

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H. Salt Fish and Chips restaurant, division of Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC), Browns Lane and Shelbyville Road, Louisville, Kentucky. Edmund Armistead, Architect, 1969

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Caverna Memorial Hospital, Horse Cave, Kentucky, Grimes and Lloyd R. Lotz, Sr., 1969

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Parkway Extended Care Center, Eastern Parkway, Louisville, Kentucky. Grimes and Lotz, Architects, 1969-1970

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Jackson County Bank, Chestnut and Tipton Streets, Seymour, Indiana. Grimes and Lotz, Architects, 1969-1970

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Barnett M. Grimes, Inc. residence, Creekside subdivision, Louisville, Kentucky. Frank V. Haire, Architect, 1970

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Taylorsville Road Realty Company proposed bank building, Breckinridge and Hikes Lanes, Louisville, Kentucky. Grimes and Lotz, Architects, 1970

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Jefferson County Farm Bureau, Locust Lane, Louisville, Kentucky. Grimes and Lotz, Architects, 1970

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Calvin Presbyterian Church, 2501 Rudy Lane, Jefferson County, Kentucky. Lotz and Dahlem, Architect and Engineer, 1981

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Pet Super Mart, Louisville, Kentucky. Lloyd R. Lotz, Sr., Architect, 1991

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St. Matthews Imports, St. Matthews, Kentucky. Lloyd R. Lotz, Sr., Architect, 1994

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Fern Creek Methodist Church, 6727 Bardstown Road, Jefferson County, Kentucky. Lloyd R. Lotz, Sr., Architect, 1997

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Schoppenhorst Underwood Brooks Funeral Home, 4895 Preston Highway, Bullit County, Kentucky. Lloyd R. Lotz, Sr., Architect, 2007

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Fern Creek Baptist Church remodel and addition, Louisville, Kentucky. Lloyd R. Lotz, Sr., Architect, 2010

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Woodland Baptist Church, Louisville, Kentucky. Lloyd R. Lotz, Sr., Architect, undated

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Howard Clinic Annex, Glasgow, Kentucky. Lloyd R. Lotz, Sr., Architect, undated

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Royal Bank and Trust Company presentation drawing. Lloyd R. Lotz, Sr., Architect, undated

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Unidentified small business presentation drawing, Lloyd R. Lotz, Sr., Architect, undated

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