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Colour photograph of a poster depicting two men hanging from a lamppost beneath the caption, 'Support the IRA'

Artist: Conrad Atkinson born 1940
Date: [c.1974-5]
Classification: Photograph - print
Medium: Colour photograph
Dimensions: 126 x 177 mm
Tate Archive No.: TGA/201020/5/34/1

Purchased by Tate Archive from Margaret Harrison, November 2010.

Conrad Atkinson & reserved

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