Elizabeth Breckenridge, Chicago native, describes her time living in Cleveland. For a time in her life, Breckenridge taught at the Cleveland Institute of Art (CIA). During this time, she lived in the Forest Hills neighborhood of Cleveland Heights. She relates what that was like. She also mentions what it was like to work alongside Viktor Schreckengost. She believed that his work while great was dated, and as a result, time and the rest of the world had passed him and CIA by.
Breckenridge, Elizabeth (interviewee)
Schnoke, Molly (interviewer)
"Elizabeth Breckenridge Interview, 21 March 2014" (2014). Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection. Interview 913036.
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