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Newspaper sources include the Belfast Telegraph, the Northern Whig and the Belfast News Letter and cover events on the subject of the formation of the Ulster Volunteer Force, the Young Citizens Volunteers and the Ulster Volunteer Force Nursing Corps. A number of articles concern leading political figures such as Sir Edward Carson, Lord Londonderry and Bonar Law, and their visits to Belfast, Dublin and London.

Also included are clippings and photographs of Ulster Volunteer Force regiments during parades, demonstrations and training exercises, from camps in counties Monaghan, Donegal, Down, Antrim, and Londonderry, and towns such as Belfast, Portadown, and Newcastle.

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"First Aid" Corps - Division Forming in Belfast'
The Young Citizen Volunteers of Ireland. Belfast's Lord Mayor Elected President of the Council'
Ballynafeigh Unionists Endorse Ulster Council's Action - Enthusiastic Meeting'
West Belfast Unionism'
Big Rally in the North-West'
Great Demonstration at Ballymena'
Sir E. Carson's Busy Time'
Sir Edward Carson's Visit, East Belfast Demonstration, Leader's Stirring Speech, Ulster's Position Defined, Future Policy of the party, The Last Resort-Force, Lord Londonderry and Civil War'
Unionist Leaders in Dublin'
To Support the Union'
The Social Side of Politics'
Home Rule Fight, The New Market Election, Appeal from Sir Edward Carson'
In Volunteer Town'
Sir E. Carson in Tyrone'
Ulster Volunteers. Sir E. Carson says 'Join'. The Danger of Holding Aloof'
Ulster's Last Word, Appeal to British People, Radical View of the Problem'
Sir Edward Carson and Lisburn Volunteers'
Conclusion of Ulster Campaign'