Frank Hinkins

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Francis Robert "Frank" Hinkins (14 October 1852 – 6 August 1934) was an English author, photographer and illustrator. Among his works were Romany Life (1915 Mills & Boon, under nom de plume 'Frank Cuttriss')[1] and Water-colour drawings of British spiders and their webs;[2] he is best known for contributing many of the photographs in his friend Arthur Mee's famous book The Children's Encyclopædia.[3]

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  1. ^ http://www.booksandwriters.co.uk/writer/G/gypsy-books.asp
  2. ^ http://orlabs.oclc.org/identities/lccn-n82-98076
  3. ^ The Children's Encyclopædia, edited by Arthur Mee (1910), 8 volumes; and later editions