Lloyd E. Moore Photograph Collection
About the Collection
The Lloyd E. Moore (1931–2010) digital collection features the photography of Moore, a southeast Ohio photographer and lawyer who lived in Ironton for over thirty years before retiring to Athens. The physical collection includes more than 14,000 slides and over 3,500 negatives photographed by Moore from the early 1950s to 2003. Content in the digital collection includes images taken by Moore as a United States Marine during the Korean War, selections from his abstract and vernacular photography, and examples from what Moore called “ego” shots, which involved Moore holding a camera at arm’s length and photographing himself with others or objects (pre-cell phone “selfies”).
This digital collection will continue to grow on an ongoing basis. Check back for new additions.
The Lloyd E. Moore Photograph Collection is part of the Documentary Photography Archive housed in the Mahn Center for Archives and Special Collections. Related collections include the Peter L. Goss Photograph Collection, Lynn Johnson Collection, and the Len Vaughn-Lahman Collection.
Access at Alden
The Lloyd E. Moore Photograph Collection is stored off-site. Schedule an appointment at least one week in advance to ensure that materials are available for viewing. Researchers may be asked to visit the Hwa-Wei Lee Library Annex Reading Room.
Browse and search the collection in CONTENTdm.
The Lloyd E. Moore Photograph Collection is in copyright. At the time of donation, Moore retained rights to photographs published in his book, Face to Face: The Photography of Lloyd Moore (Ohio University Press, 2003). Rights to the remaining images in the collection were transferred to Ohio University.