Lloyd E. Moore Photograph Collection
The Lloyd E. Moore Photograph Collection spans from 1950 to 2003 and contains slides, prints, negatives, and model releases. A large portion of the collection contains images taken in Lawrence and Athens counties in Ohio. Also in the collection are images photographed during Moore’s service in the United States Marine Corps from 1950 to 1954, including while he was stationed in Korea during the Korean War, and his various travels in Canada, Europe, and the United States.
The collection is open for research but remains unprocessed. Contact the Mahn Center for more information about the collection.
The Lloyd E. Moore Photograph Collection is stored at the Hwa-Wei Lee Library Annex (205 Columbus Rd., Athens, OH 45701). Schedule an appointment at least one week in advance to ensure that materials are available for viewing. Researchers may be asked to visit the Library Annex instead of the Mahn Center for Archives and Special Collections (5th floor of Alden Library).
The Lloyd E. Moore Photograph Collection is not available online. See the Documentary Photography Archive’s Access & Use Policy for information about making digitization requests or contact the Mahn Center for more information about the collection.
About Lloyd E. Moore
Lloyd E. Moore was born in Columbus, Ohio on February 10, 1931. Moore served in the United States Marine Corps from 1950-1954 and was stationed in Korea during the Korean War from 1952-1953. After the war, he attended Ohio State University where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1957 and Juris Doctor in 1958. Moore practiced law in Ironton, Ohio from 1959-1996. Moore was also a photographer, and he used his interest and skill in photography to help his clients by using photographs as exhibits in court cases. He also met with and photographed numerous individuals throughout southeast Ohio, particularly those living in Lawrence County. A selection of those photographs was published in the book Face to Face: The Photography of Lloyd Moore (Ohio University Press, 2003). Moore’s photography was exhibited nationally and internationally, and some of his work is now part of collections at the Huntington Museum of Art in Huntington, West Virginia and the International Polaroid Collection in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Select exhibition prints of Moore’s work are housed at Ohio University’s Kennedy Museum of Art.
After he retired, Moore, and his wife, Marilyn, moved to Athens, Ohio, where Moore continued to take photographs, primarily of community events, local businesses, and his various explorations with nature.
Moore died on December 17, 2010.