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Hilde Lotz-Bauer

An early photo by Hilde Lotz-Bauer
An early photo printed on Agfa Brovira

Lotz family archives: London, Munich, Söderköping

The Lotz family have over 600 photographs plus some contact sheets and negatives. Most pre-war prints are on Agfa Brovira paper and were printed by Hilde. She also used Agfa Lupex in the early war years. In 1977 she commisioned Nannini (Roma) to make prints from her 1930's negatives.

Franz Schlechter archive, Heidelberg

7,000 35mm negatives from 1935-1943 taken with an early Leica. For a superb selection, it is well worth visiting his website.

Kunsthistorisches Institut Florence

KHI holds over 750 images taken with large format cameras in the years up to 1943 of which:

See Evidence of a special gaze: an appreciation by Dr Ute Dercks, deputy director of the Photo Library at the Kunsthistorischen Institut in Florenz (KHI)

Biblioteca Hertziana Photothek, Rome

The Hertziana has a selection of prints plus glass negatives held in the Lotz archive.

Wool Museum, Scanno, Italy

Large format prints made for the 2008 exhibition.