Photograph of a young girl wearing an ill-fitting coat; she is standing in a street of terraced houses possibly in Belfast; some boys are looking on and two men are having a conversation in the background.
Photograph of a terraced house in Belfast; a statue of the Virgin Mary is standing on a wooden chair on the street; the caption reads “this statue was used as a target by Specials” although it does not appear to be noticeably damaged.
Photograph of a large group of people, mainly children, standing in a street of terraced houses (possibly in the Marrowbone area of North Belfast); members of the Special Constabulary are standing nearby resting on their rifles.
Photograph of a street of terraced houses (possibly in the Marrowbone area of North Belfast); part of a small group of people are standing at the side as if observing some activity further up the street.
Photograph of burned out terraced houses in Antigua Street which had been destroyed in rioting on 17 April; the accompanying Publicity Department information states that the houses were looted, burned and completely destroyed. “Only the bare walls remain”.
Photograph of badly damaged terraced houses (possibly in Antigua Street, Belfast); most are boarded up although the roof is intact; two people are standing at the door of one which appears to be less badly damaged.