Alice R. McKinley, a Maryland native, describes moving to Cleveland. She talks about her experiences as a librarian. She remembers moving to Hunting Valley because her husband was the Headmaster of University School. She describes fox hunts and hot air balloon rides that occurred while she was in Hunting Valley. McKinley also discusses the children at various schools where she worked. Finally, she talks about how University School, as it was planning its move to Hunting Valley, was extremely concerned with planning its site to blend with the natural environment. McKinley provides a brief interlude discussing her travels with her husband after they retired. She then mentions working for Cleveland Public Library with their delivery service. She recalls hand delivering books to infirm children about town. She concludes the interview by talking about her current residence, Judson Park.


McKinley, Alice R. (interviewee)


Schnoke, Molly (interviewer)


Judson Manor



Document Type

Oral History


41 minutes

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