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Arthur Cornwall (1900-1979) was a resident of Chester, South Carolina and a writer, author, musician, and secretary (1934-1942) to Congressman J.P. Richards.
Scope and Content Note
The Arthur Cornwall Papers consist of personal, professional, genealogical and reference files of writer, musician, and historian Arthur Cornwall. The collection contains correspondence, radio scripts, feature articles, genealogical research notes, photographs, scrapbooks, and newspaper clippings. Of particular value are the genealogical files which contain exhaustive research relating to the Cornwall-Cornwell and Colvin families of Chester County. The collection includes genealogical research on many other Chester County families, such as Bennett, Coleman, Feaster, Hardin, Loving, Tims, Wylie, and Yongue. Included are many community histories.
The Arthur Cornwall Papers were donated to the Winthrop College Archives and Special Collections by Mrs. Edith B. Coogler, wife of Arthur Cornwall’s nephew, P. Lamar Coogler, on November 26, 1979.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Arthur Cornwall Papers - Accession 289". Finding Aid 156.