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A sectarian joke, originally printed in the 'Ulster Loyalist'

Artist: Conrad Atkinson born 1940
Date: 17 January 1974
Classification: Document - writings
Medium: Printed text on paper
Dimensions: 210 x 147 mm
Tate Archive No.: TGA/201020/3/9/1

Purchased by Tate Archive from Margaret Harrison, November 2010.

Conrad Atkinson

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