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Andrew Augustus Gunby


A. A. Gunby was a Monroe, Louisiana lawyer, orator, poet, author, educator, and politician. He served as a judge on the Louisiana Appeals Court from 1881 to 1892 and was a founder of the Louisiana Chautauqua.


A.A. Gunby, From A. A. Gunby's Scribendus Book (Gretna [Louisiana]: Pelican Publishing Co., 1973)


A.A. Gunby, Legal Points Decided by the Second Circuit Court of Louisiana (Buffalo, New York: Dennis & Co., 1885)(Washington, D.C.: Clark Boardman, 1937)

_________, Solution of the Southern Question: Amendment to the Constitution of the United States (Monroe, Louisiana: Telegraph Print, 1889)

_________, Louisiana Authors: Proceedings of a Round Table held at the Louisiana State Chautauqua on July 19, 1893 (Monroe, Louisiana: Evening News Print, 1893)

_________, Two Addresses on Negro Education in the South (New Orleans: H.C. Thomason, 1895)(New Orleans: H.C. Thomason, 1903)

_________, Colonel John Gunby of the Maryland Line: being some account of his contribution to American liberty (Cincinnati: R. Clarke Co., 1902)

_________, Life and Services of David French Boyd (New Orleans: T.H. Thomason, 1904)

_________, Louisiana Chautauqua Memorial ([n. p.]: 1908)

Research Resources

A.A. Gunby Papers
Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections
Hill Memorial Library
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, Louisiana