Arthur Patch McKinlay (1871-1958) was a professor of Latin at the Latin department at Lincoln High School, the University
of California at Berkeley (1913), UCLA (1919-1941), and at the University of Texas (1943-44). He was known by his literary
research, which dealt with parallels between ancient and modern times. Boxes 1-8, 24-27 include photostatic reproductions
of manuscript copies (9th-14th centuries) of the works of Arator, subdeacon in Rome (fl. 513-544).
McKinlay was born on April 8, 1871 in Osborn, Missouri; AB, University of Oregon, 1893; AM (1904) and Ph.D (1906), Harvard;
assistant professor in Latin, University of Oregon (1902-3) and University of Idaho (1906-7); headed Latin department at Lincoln
High School, Portland, Oregon (1907-12); instructor in Latin and Greek, University of California at Berkeley (1913); chairman,
department of languages, Lincoln High School (1914-19); assistant professor (1919-26); associate professor (1926-29), professor
(1929-41), and professor emeritus of Latin, UCLA; professor of Latin and Greek, University of Texas (1943-44); he was known
by his literary research, which dealt with parallels between ancient and modern times; wrote articles for the Harvard Studies
in Classical Philology series with emphasis on Arator, and wrote a series of articles on the classical attitude to drinking
and sobriety; also translated letters of Cicero, published 3 books of his own sonnets, and edited Arator: the codices and Arator - de actibus apostolorum; died in Los Angeles, California on September 8, 1958.
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