UVF Formation

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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.

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Unionist Leaders in Co. Down Camp'
The Ballynafeigh and Newtownbreda Divisions Assemble at the Ormeau Cricket Grounds'
U.V.F. Colour Presentation'
The North Belfast Regiment U.V.F. Turned Out in Full Force to Drill at Belfast Castle Demesne'
Belfast Volunteer's Funeral'
Ulster Volunteers and the War, North Belfast Regiment - Parade on Friday Morning, - Sir E. Carson in Belfast'
A Tripod Maxim Guarded by an Armed Escort'
Viscount Castlereagh'
Seeing is Believing'
Colonel R.G. Sharman-Crawford'
Ulster Not Bluffing'
Ulster Not Bluffing'
U.V.F Colour Presentation'
U.V.F. Nurses Join St. John Association'
A Group of Ulster Nurses Avoniel Corps - East Belfast'
Recruiting at Old Town Hall'
The Volunteer Parade - Linfield v. Glentoran Match'
Ulster Volunteers and the War, North Belfast Regiment - Parade on Friday Morning'