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Frank Cundall FSA, FRHS, OBE, (17 January 1858 – 15 November 1937) was an English art historian, editor and author, the son of the writer and publisher Joseph Cundall. He was closely involved in the administration of and produced the reports for a series of international exhibitions held in London in the 1880s, and catalogued the art library at the South Kensington Museum, later the Victoria and Albert Museum.

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by Cundall, Frank, 1858-1937
Kingston, Jamaica : Institute of Jamaica, 1909 ; New York : Johnson Reprint Corporation, 1971
Uniform title: Jamaica Negro proverbs and sayings
by Anderson, Izett
Shannon, Ireland, Irish University Press [1972]
London : Published with the sanction of the Royal Commission by William Clowes & Sons, 1886
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