- Gunter, Archibald Clavering
- (1847-1907)Born in Liverpool, England, and educated in California, he discovered a facility for writing plays and novels. His first New York production, Two Nights in Rome (1880), had a complicated plot interspersed with exciting incidents. Noteworthy among his dozen or so produced plays were Fresh, the American (1881), which starred John T. Raymond, and Prince Karl (1886), a popular success for Richard Mansfield.
The Historical Dictionary of the American Theater. James Fisher.