There are several interesting photographs including one of Mr John Kinahan, marketing manager, Arthur Guinness (Belfast), handing over trophies to the Holywood Yacht Club team which won the Guinness Inter-Pub/Club Charity Quiz.
Meanwhile we have two old photographs from a ploughing demonstration which was held at the Ulster Folk Museum at Cultra.
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This noble looking sculptured head of Shakespeare in Donegall Square South, Belfast, seen being given a new look by painter Mr Milton Barker, recalls one of the Bard's lines, spoken by Kent in King Lear: "You have that in your coutenance which I would fain call 'master'".
Bertie Hanna from Saintfield pictured giving a horse ploughing demonstration at the Ulster Folk Museum at Cultra, Holywood, Co Down, in February 1982. Picture: News Letter archives
Katharine Kinney, a librarian at the Ulster Folk Museum at Cultra, Holywood, Co Down, holds Rob and Dick during Bertie Hanna's ploughing demonstration at the museum in February 1982. Picture: News Letter archives