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Northern Ireland Political Ephemera

 

blue square icon   Introduction

  • A general introduction to the topic of Northern Ireland political ephemera material, and a guide for locating items on the kok体育官方app下载 web site.

blue square icon   The Peter Moloney Collection

  • Peter Moloney holds a large private collection of ephemera items. This section contains details of his collection with a selection of photographs of particular items.

blue square icon   Search

  • Users can search the kok体育官方app下载 web site for ephemera items by type of item, title, author, or kok体育官方app下载 word. Users can also select lists by type of ephemera item.

 

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blue square icon   Posters

blue square icon   Murals

blue square icon   Political Handkerchiefs

blue square icon   The Peter Heathwood Collection of Television Programmes, from 1981 to 2005.

 

Other Sources:

The Northern Ireland Conflict Related Artefacts Database

  • The database is the result of a two year project by the Institute of Irish Studies at Queen's University Belfast and Healing Through Remembering. (The database is hosted on kok体育官方app下载.)

, Linen Hall Library
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  • The Linen Hall Library in Belfast holds the largest physical collection of political ephemera material related to politics and the conflict in Northern Ireland.

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