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Louis Arthur Cunningham

  • CA UNB MG L 13
  • Pièce
  • 1900 - 1964, predominant 1927 - 1954

This fonds, which consists largely of holographs and typescripts of manuscripts in various genre, documents Louis Arthur Cunningham's long and successful career as a popular writer. The fonds also includes print copies of many of his works, especially the short stories.

There is supporting documentation for his literary activities such as correspondence with publishers, legal agreements, and notebooks documenting dates and prices paid as manuscripts were sent to publishers. After his death, there are similar records kept by his widow as she continued to try to sell his work.

There are a few personal and biographical items such as newspaper clippings about Louis Arthur Cunningham, a few photographs and personal documents such as birth and marriage certificates and university diplomas.

Cunningham, Louis Arthur

The Border and Westmorland and Cumberland Advertiser 1870

  • CA THT 2012.6.1
  • Pièce
  • 24 March 1870

Item is a copy of The Border and Westmorland and Cumberland advertiser (vol. XIV) which included advertisements, and news regarding local agriculture, commercial intelligence, politics, education, religion and literature.

Pages from Grammar School Review

  • CA CCA MC32
  • Pièce
  • 1893

Published on the first of each month by the students of the Charlotte County Grammer School St. Andrews, NB Vol. 1 May 1893 No. 2

International Correspondence Schools

  • MC5
  • Pièce
  • July 23rd-27th

An invitation to attend a free exhibition of the International Correspondence Schools held at P.G Hanson's store, St. Andrews. Date: July 23rd-27th, 1904. The invitation states that the exhibition will feature works from 2,000 students across New Brunswick and lessons featured in French, Spanish and German via phonograph. The invitation states that attendees have the opportunity to win a free trip to St. Louis or $30.00 in cash. The inside of the invitation features a series of questions concerning the readers occupation and salary and an insert featuring all of the programs offered by the International Correspondence School, located in Scranton, Pennsylvania.