Protestant Unionist councillors, Eileen Paisley and Albert Duff, leave Belfast City Hall in protest at the seats allocated to them at a civic lunch to mark the visit to N Ireland by Princess Margaret. Rev Ian Paisley departed in protest for the same reason. Councillor Duff represents St George's Ward. He was a City Missionary and at the time of the photograph was a pastor at Aughrim Street Mission Hall in Sandy Row. It is now affiliated to the Free Presbyterian Church. Known affectionately as Daddy Duff he ran a soup kitchen and carried out other social work during the Depression.196705240004
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