Archie Lloyd Northcutt, LL.B.
Henry Clay Law Society
Archie is the tall, dark-haired, handsome boy from the county of mound-builders and mammoth skeletons. He loves the ladies and he loves to laugh. His favorite summer diversion is working at hospitals. Archie likes politics. In September, 1916, he voted the Old Guard ticket in the Junior election, and the next week supported the Fusionists in the Senior election. That was not because he loved the Old Guard less, but because he loved the Lawyers more. This year he was contented to participate in his own Class affairs. Archie believes that the lawyer is the noblest work of God.
-The Kentuckian, 1918
Archie Lloyd Northcutt (July 2, 1895 - December 17, 1918) was born in Bracken County, Kentucky to Charles Thomas Northcutt and Elizabeth McAtee. Archie was the sibling of fellow College of Law alumni Johnst ('17), Richard ('18), and Lulu Agnes ('24). Archie Northcutt worked at the Cincinnati Milling Machine Co. after graduating from the University of Kentucky. He was killed in a train accident in 1918.