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Bobbie Hanvey Photographic Archives
Series IV: Writers, Poets, Journalists and Artists
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Alf McCreery, writer of religious books and journalist on the Belfast Telegraph newspaper. Portraits.
Basil Blackshaw, artist (painter), taken at the opening of an exhibition of his work at the Ulster Museum, Bel
Bill Gatt, artist/painter. Portraits taken at his studio which was formerly the Good Shepherd Convent on the R
Bobbie Hanvey, photographer, writer, folk-singer, standing in front of an old Orange Banner showing William of
Brian Black, UTV presenter.
Cathal Ó Searcaigh, poet (Irish language poetry). Portraits.
Cathal Ó Searcaigh [poet (Irish language poetry)]. Shots taken against the background of Mt. Errigal, Gortaho
Cathal Ó Searcaigh [poet (Irish language poetry)]. Shots taken with Malachi O'Doherty, journalist.
Charlie Fitzgerald, journalist and arts critic. Portraits.
Chris Ryder, renowned journalist and author of the "troubles." Portraits at his home in Carryduff, Belfast. &n
Chris Ryder, renowned journalist and author of the "troubles." Shots taken at the launch of his book on Gerry
Christiane Amanpour, CNN journalist and war correspondent pictured in Belfast - she was here to cover the rele
Ciaran Mac Mathuna, RTE broadcaster and folk music collector throughout Ireland. Portraits taken in his Dublin
Claire Grimes, owner of the Irish Echo newspaper, New York. Posing at a derelict house, Annalong, Co. Down. &n
Coleman Doyle, well-known photographer from Dublin. Shots taken in Dublin.
Colin Turner, artist. Rostrevor, Co. Down.
Conor OCleary, journalist and writer at the launch of his book on Chuck Feeney, American philanthropist, in
Damian Gorman, Northern Ireland poet. Shots taken in Belfast.
David Dunseith [radio and TV presenter (famous for the BBC current affairs programme Talkback)]. Alone.
David Dunseith, radio and TV presenter (famous for the BBC current affairs programme Talkback). Taken with Uls
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