These are the first appearances of “free Marian Price” in the Peter Moloney collection of murals. Graffiti, posters, and murals calling for her release would become widespread over the next two years. As a member of the IRA, Price was jailed for the Old Bailey bombing in 1973, and her post-Agreement license was revoked in May, 2011, when she was charged, as a member of the Real IRA, in connection with the Massereene Barracks shooting of 2009 – she was sent to Maghaberry.
Nailor’s Row, Gartan Sq, two from Eastway, and two from Central Drive (Creggan), Derry.
Flags flying over the walls of Derry in support of British forces: above, a call to mark Armed Forces Day on June 27th; below, the insignia of (clockwise) the RIR, Royal Dragoons, Irish Guards, and Queen’s Hussars.
The Twinbrook gallery is updated for the 30th anniversary of the 1981 hunger strike. Michael Gaughan and Frank Stagg (from the 1970s) are included on the left; Bobby Sands is portrayed separately off to the right. See e.g. the 25th anniversary post in 2006.