Abstract

Alexander Cook was an editorial cartoonist for the Cleveland Plain Dealer. He also taught art in Cleveland Public Schools for approximately 25 years. By focusing on his teaching career, he mentions busing desegregation and the noticeable change in students' work ethic and discipline. Cook also makes a distinction between suburban schools and city schools. He served in World War II and describes the experience of being one of the first troops in Japan after the dropping of the atomic bombs.

Creator

Cook, Alexander B. (interviewee)

Creator

Schnoke, Molly (interviewer)

Project

Judson Manor

Date

10-25-2016

Document Type

Oral History

Duration

49 minutes

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Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License
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