Covenant Day Jubilee celebrations at Balmoral Showgrounds. 29/9/1962
The Ulster Covenant Jubilee Commemoration Committee meet in Unionist Headquarters, Belfast. Presiding was Mr John Bryans, chairman and Grand Master of the Belfast County Grand Orange Lodge. Beside him are Mr H Radcliffe (right) and Mr RJ McMullan, general secretary. 8/9/1962
A section of the crowd at Covenant Day Jubilee celebrations at Balmoral Showgrounds. 2/10/1962
Covenant Day Jubilee celebrations on Royal Avenue, Belfast. 29/9/1962
Sir Edward Carson puts the first signature on the Ulster Covenant at Belfast City Hall in 1912
Sir Edward Carson puts the first signature on the Ulster Covenant at Belfast City Hall. 28/9/1912
Sir Edward Carson signing the Ulster Covenant at Belfast City Hall. 28/9/1912
The Ulster Covenant, first page signatures.
Covenant day in Belfast 28/09/1912
convenant day northern ireland 28/09/1912
ULSTER VOLUNTEER FORCE: U.V.F. 1913.
ULSTER VOLUNTEER FORCE: U.V.F. 1913.The Ulster Volunteer force being addressed by Edward Carson
Ulster’s working landscape has changed massively a century on from the days of the Ulster Covenant signed by Edward Carson
They were two very different men from two very different backgrounds, living very different lives in very different areas of Ulster. One was a flax spinning mechanic in east Belfast and the other was a farmer in Co Cavan, 110 miles away.