Samuel Cunningham scrapbook
- 1911 - 1931
- Majority of material found within 1911 - 1916
Scrapbook consists of annotated clippings from the Northern Whig, a paper in Belfast of which Samuel Cunningham was chairman for a time. The clippings in this volume are by pseudonymous authors including “Asmodeus,” ‘Merlin, and “Old Fogey,” possibly Cunningham himself. Topics discussed range from Home Rule, World War I, the Titanic, suffragists, elections, unions, Churchill, and the political situation in Ulster, to coupons, waiters, and margarine.
- Cunningham, Samuel (Person)
Restrictions on access
Scrapbook is open for research. Materials are fragile; please use with care.
Restrictions on use
Though the copyright interests have not been transferred to Boston College, all of the items in the collection are in the public domain.
Samuel Cunningham (1862-1946) was a stockbroker, a chairman of the newspaper the Northern Whig, and a member of the Privy Council in Ireland; of the Ulster Unionist Council; and of the Senate of the Parliament of Northern Ireland.
Language of Materials
Purchased from Emerald Isle, 2001.
- Samuel Cunningham Scrapbook
- 1911-1931 (bulk 1911-1916)
- Marc Only
- Adrienne Pruitt
- September 2013
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