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Photographs Related to 'Bloody Sunday', 30 January 1972



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Photographs: By Named Photographers ... Page Compiled: Martin Melaugh
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Family photographs of those killed on 'Bloody Sunday'

| Patrick ('Paddy') Doherty (31) | Gerald Donaghey (17) | John ('Jackie') Duddy (17) | Hugh Gilmour (17) | Michael Kelly (17) | Michael McDaid (20) | Kevin McElhinney (17) | Bernard ('Barney') McGuigan (41) | Gerald McKinney (35) | William ('Willie') McKinney (26) | William Nash (19) | James ('Jim') Wray (22) | John Young (17) |
John Johnson (59) who was shot twice on 30 January 1972 and died on 16 June 1972

Note: The photographs above were ones released to the media by family members. If anyone believes they own the copyright in any of the above images, and object to its reproduction on this web site, they should contact the CAIN Director.

 

Photographs taken on 'Bloody Sunday'

Photographs taken by Eamon Melaugh on 'Bloody Sunday'

Eamon Melaugh took a number of black and white photographs on Bloody Sunday; some of these are in an on-line portfolio about that day. These photographs are from a larger collection by Eamon Melaugh.

Photographs taken by William L. Rukeyser on 'Bloody Sunday'

William L. Rukeyser took a series of colour photographs while working as a reporter in Derry on 30 January 1972

 

Physical Memorials to 'Bloody Sunday'

Bloody Sunday Monument (200) (2007-11-03)
Rossville Street, Bogside, Derry,

Bloody Sunday Stained-glass Window (230) (2007-11-03)
Guildhall, Shipquay Place (Guildhall Square), Derry,

Bloody Sunday Mural (209) (2007-11-03)
Rossville Street (Lisfannon Park), Bogside, Derry,

Bloody Sunday Commemoration Mural (213) (2007-11-03)
Westland Street, Bogside, Derry,

 

'Bloody Sunday' Commemoration Events

Photographs of the ('final') 2011 Bloody Sunday Commemoration March, held on Sunday 30 January 2011. Photographs © Martin Melaugh and CAIN.

Photographs of the march to Guildhall Square to hear the outcome of the Bloody Sunday Inquiry, held on Tuesday 15 June 2010. Photographs © Martin Melaugh and CAIN; [PDF; 1711KB]

Photographs of the march to Guildhall Square to hear the outcome of the Bloody Sunday Inquiry, held on Tuesday 15 June 2010. Photographs © Luke Kelleher and CAIN; [PDF; 665KB]

Photographs of the meeting between leaders of the main Protestant Churches and representatives of Bloody Sunday families, at the Bloody Sunday Monument, held on Wednesday 16 June 2010. Photographs © Martin Melaugh and CAIN; [PDF; 441KB]

Photographs of the 2008 Bloody Sunday Commemoration March, held on Sunday 3 February 2008. Photographs © Martin Melaugh and CAIN; [PDF; 1124KB]

Photographs of the 2008 Bloody Sunday Families Commemoration, held on Wednesday 30 January 2008. Photographs © Martin Melaugh and CAIN; [PDF; 195KB]


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25th Anniversary Commemoration of 'Bloody Sunday', 30 January 1997
| Part of crowd, 25th anniversary | Laying wreaths, 25th anniversary | Eamonn McCann addresses 25th anniversary crowd | Group at Glenfada Park, 25th anniversary |
Exhibition of large-scale photographs in situ at site of original events, 18 September 1997
| Photograph 1 | Photograph 2 | Photograph 3 | Photograph 4 |
Locations of events
This section will be completed in the near future.
| Glenfada Park alleyway |

 

Photographs at Other Web Sites

Hidden Truths Bloody Sunday Exhibition of Photographs {external_link}

See also:
image of book cover Museum of Free Derry. (2009). Bloody Sunday in Pictures. Derry: Museum of Free Derry.


 


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