Anthony John Mundella (1859 - 31 March 1933) was an educationist.

Co-opted onto the London School Board to fill a casual vacancy in the representation of Finsbury in April 1899, he remained a member until the board's abolition in 1904.

He was later a member of the Consultative Committee of the Board of Education and secretary of the National Education Association.

He was the nephew and namesake of A. J. Mundella (1825–97), a prominent Liberal Party politician (DNB/Wikisource page [1], Wikipedia page [2]).

An article on the LSB expenditure connected to him here [3].


  • "Obituary". The Times: p. 12. 1 April 1933. 

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