Fairy Offering Flowers To Iris, August 1920

UNITED KINGDOM - OCTOBER 08: In the Summer of 1917, 15-year-old Elsie 'Iris' Wright (1901-1988) and her 10-year-old cousin Frances 'Alice' Griffiths (1907-1986) claimed to have photographed fairies in a beck behind Elsie's home in Cottingley, near Bradford. Although Elsie later admitted the photographs were fakes, Frances was more reticent. To her dying day she claimed that the girls had seen fairies, and that at least one of the photographs was genuine. (Photo by SSPL/Getty Images)
UNITED KINGDOM - OCTOBER 08: In the Summer of 1917, 15-year-old Elsie 'Iris' Wright (1901-1988) and her 10-year-old cousin Frances 'Alice' Griffiths (1907-1986) claimed to have photographed fairies in a beck behind Elsie's home in Cottingley, near Bradford. Although Elsie later admitted the photographs were fakes, Frances was more reticent. To her dying day she claimed that the girls had seen fairies, and that at least one of the photographs was genuine. (Photo by SSPL/Getty Images)
Fairy Offering Flowers To Iris, August 1920
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Glenn Hill / Contributor
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August 01, 1920
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