The Louis L. Dorr papers span 5 linear feet and date from circa 1920 to circa 1940. The collection contains oversize black-and-white
photographic prints of the exteriors and interiors of the following buildings: the Pacific Electric Terminal, Biltmore Hotel
in Los Angeles California, the Jonathan Club, and the Pacific Mutual Building. Also included in the collection is a menu dated
1923 from a celebration of the Biltmore Hotel, the itinerary for a members dedication dinner for the Jonathan Club (1925),
a presentation drawing for the Mr. Lynn Lockhard garage, and architectural drawings of an unidentified residence.
Louis L. Dorr was born in Canada in 1881. Dorr worked for the architectural firm Schultz and Weaver, a New York firm that
completed seven buildings in California between 1922 and 1928. Later in his architectural career, Dorr moved to Arizona and
open his own firm, circa 1927. Dorr is best known for the Westward Ho Hotel in Phoenix, Arizona which he designed in the 1920s.
Louis Dorr died in Los Angeles on February 25, 1940.
5.0 Linear feet
(1 record storage box and 1 flat file folder)
Partially processed collection, open for use by qualified researchers.