Attributions & Disclaimer

Much of the imagery showcased throughout the museum’s exhibits (and online resources) has been captured and kindly shared by talented local photographers, photo-journalists (local news outlets), and community publishers, activists, historians and family archivists.

In particular, we wish to acknowledge and thank the following for their relevant permissions and contributions:

William Carson (and family), the Derry Journal, Gérard Harlay, Pacemaker Press, APRN, Hugh Gallagher, Camerawork Darkrooms, Guildhall Press (Portrait of a City), Eamonn Melaugh, Tom Heaney, Barney McMonagle, Wille Curran, Frankie and Charlie McMenamin, Museum of Free Derry. We apologise for any omissions of courtesy.

The following credits are associated with images sourced from open or public domain online sources covered by licenses compaible with CC4.0.

1974 Sunningdale Agreement North South meeting, The Irish Labour Party (Flikcr), 2012.

General view of Parliament Buildings, Robert Paul Young (Wikipedia), 2011.

Prime Minister John Major of the United Kingdom in front of #10 Downing Street, London, Sharon Farmer, Clinton Presential Libraries (Wikipedia), 1995.

Number 10 Downing Street is the headquarters and London residence of the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Tom Robinson, MOD (Wikipedia), 2013.

British Prime Minister Tony Blair on a visit to Poland, Polish Presidency (Wikipedia), 2007.

U.S. Special Envoy George Mitchell with Israeli Minister of Defense Ehud Barak before their meeting in Tel Aviv, Israel, US State Department (Wikipedia) 2009.,_2009.jpg


The above works have been used on the basis that their stated licenses are correct and permissable. We have endeavoured to accurately source the owner / copyright holder of all the images on this site to seek permission. But should any works be misidentified/misattributed (orphan works etc) and have been inadvertantly used – please contact us and we will remove or reattribute on request.