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Archibald Clavering Gunter (1847–1907)

Gunter, Archibald Clavering. An American civil engineer, stockbroker, playwright, publisher, and novelist; born in Liverpool, England, Oct. 25, 1847; died in 1907. He was brought up in California. The best known of his plays are: ‘Courage’; ‘Prince Karl’; ‘The Deacon’s Daughter.’ His most popular novels are: ‘Mr. Barnes of New York’ (1887), and ‘Mr. Potter of Texas’ (1888), both successfully dramatized; ‘That Frenchman’ (1889); ‘Miss Nobody of Nowhere’ (1890); ‘Baron Montez of Panama and Paris’ (1893); ‘A Florida Enchantment.’