Albert Price outside Armagh Women's Prison, N Ireland following a visit to his daughter, Dolours Price, who was convicted, along with others, of the car bombing of the Old Bailey court in London, UK, on 8th March 1973. She was moved to Armagh in 1975 as a result of negotiations that occurred during a British-IRA truce. Also in the photo is Dolours' sister, Clare. 197500000476
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