MYSTERY surrounds the discovery of these two unusual photographs.
One picture depicts a family wedding, thought to have taken place in Mirfield some 115 years ago.
And the other borders on the bizarre, with a number of people watching an elephant making its way gingerly down the Town Hall steps at Dewsbury!
Both pictures have been unearthed by Kirklees Council staff when they cleared out an office.
No-one knows where the pictures originated.
Now staff at Kirklees Cultural Services have issued a plea: Help us solve the mystery.
The elephant picture could have been part of a publicity stunt taken any time during the 1970s or 80s.
The wedding picture has the inscription, "Fieldhouse, Mirfield, 1888" on the back and shows an ornate wedding party.
Carrie Dandy, marketing officer for Cultural Services, said: "Fieldhouse could be a family name or a place name.
"The bride has a European look about her, perhaps Spanish, as do some of the guests, and we would love to know if there are any descendants of the people in the photograph still in our area.
"The second picture, with the elephant, is obviously much more recent but we have no idea what an elephant was doing at one of our town halls.
"We believe it is Dewsbury but I would like to hear from anyone who can shed light on this mystery.
Contact Carrie on 01484 226335 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org