More artwork from the Crimea Street celebration of Queen Elizabeth’s diamond jubilee. This panel with its old-style artwork (a reproduction of a postcard from during the Home Rule debate) is next to the much larger composite board to Queen Elizabeth on Crimea Street/Shankill Road (featured previously in For Those About To March).
“Ulster to England – Thou mayest find another daughter/With a fairer face than mine/With a gayer voice and sweeter/And a softer eye than mine;/But thou canst not find another/That will love thee half so well!” The CAIN database indicates that this same girl and poem are also on Thorndyke St (photo at CAIN).
Not shown is a collection of flags on the low wall to the left – see M08637.
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Camera Settings: f8, 1/250, ISO 100, full size 2006 x 3683