Newspaper sources include the Belfast Telegraph, the Northern Whig and the Belfast News Letter and cover events on the subject of the formation of the Ulster Volunteer Force, the Young Citizens Volunteers and the Ulster Volunteer Force Nursing Corps. A number of articles concern leading political figures such as Sir Edward Carson, Lord Londonderry and Bonar Law, and their visits to Belfast, Dublin and London.
Also included are clippings and photographs of Ulster Volunteer Force regiments during parades, demonstrations and training exercises, from camps in counties Monaghan, Donegal, Down, Antrim, and Londonderry, and towns such as Belfast, Portadown, and Newcastle.
Results (180 items)
Ulster Volunteer Force - Inspection'
Keeping Fit While on Holiday'
Tyrone Women Rifle Shots'
A U.V.F Lady Signaller'
Firing at 25-yards' range'
Helping the U.V.F'
Volunteer Work at Keady'
Lady Signallers in Camp - A General View of the Tents'
Lisburn Volunteers of 1782'
London's Union Jack Corps'
Markethill (Co. Armagh) District Battalion Inspected and Drilled at Gosford Demesne'
Maxim Gun Mounted on Motor Car at Drumalis;
Men and Women Volunteers'
Ulster Volunteer Force, Mimic Warfare, Midnight Raid from Co. Armagh, Saturday's Operations - Severe Despatch Riding Tests'
Ulster Volunteers' Field Day at Glaslough'
Volunteers' Motor Mobilisation'
The Mountpottinger Battalion Lined Up in Davidson's New Yard'