Plaque

Cicely Mary Barker

Inscription

Cicely Mary Barker, 1895 - 1973, artist and creator of the Flower Fairy children's books, lived and worked here from 1924 to 1961.
Croydon's Heritage

Site: Cicely Mary Barker (1 memorial)

CR0, The Waldrons, 23

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Cicely Mary Barker

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Flower Fairy Books

A series of books created by the illusrator Cicely Mary Barker. The first one...

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Cicely Mary Barker

Illustrator. Born at West Croydon. An epilepsy sufferer, she was housebound f...

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Croydon Council

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