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Name: Gordon W. Lloyd

Birth/Established: 1832   Death/Dissolved: 1905

 


Biography:  
  Gordon Lloyd was an English-born architect based in Detroit, Michigan. He lived across the river in Windsor, Ontario. He was a leading architect of Episcopal churches and cathedrals throughout the Midwest. He designed two significant buildings in Cleveland, St. Paul's Episcopal Church and the National City Bank Building (demolished). 

 

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Building Name Date Address Status
 

Detroit
Standing
1863
960 East Jefferson Street
Detroit
Standing
1866
West 6th Street
Erie
Standing
1869
317 East Liberty Street
Medina
Standing
1869
125 East Broad Street
Columbus
Standing
1869
101 Walnut Street
Allegan
Standing
1870-1
328 Sixth Avenue
Pittsburgh
Standing
1871
Kenyon College
Gambier
Standing
1872
3305 Sandwich Street
Windsor
Standing
1874
4410 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1875

Galion
Standing
1875

Detroit
Standing
1883
1075 Woodward Avenue
Detroit
Demolished
1883
Superior and Bank
Cleveland
Demolished
1885

Traverse City
Standing
1887
661 East Jefferson
Detroit
Standing
1887
Brush and Lafayette
Detroit
Standing
1887
4421 Woodward Avenue
Detroit
Standing