Issue of "The Strand" magazine, March 1921

Made:
1921-03
part of archive:
Marjorie Curtis Collection
maker:
Curtis, Marjorie

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Issue of "The Strand" magazine, containing an article by Arthur Conan Doyle about the Cottingley fairies photographs taken by Elsie Wright and Frances Griffiths.

Details

Extent:
Magazine, 138pp
Identifier:
CUR/2/2
Subject:
Photography, Forgery., Supernatural Photography, Bradford, West Yorkshire
Access:
Access is given in accordance with the NSMM access policy. Material from this collection is available to researchers through the museum’s Insight facility.