Here is another selection of old News Letter photographs from the 1980s.
There is fascinating photo from 1987 of Molly Wallace with her husband’s treasure trove of knick-knacks.
We also have an old photo from April 1986 of CND protestors outside the American Consulate when it was located in Queen Street.
And there is also a collection of old photos from December 1988 of workers at Shorts working on the 360 aircraft.
See who you might see from days gone by.
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Corona Seymour from Glengormley, who collected two first prizes with her cat, Kirl, at the Ulster Siamese and All breeds cat show, which was held at the Avoniel Leisure Centre in east Belfast in December 1988. Picture: News Letter archives
Mrs Caroline McCreery and her son Warren from Dundonald, who lifted first prize with their cat Sasha at the Ulster Siamese and All breeds cat show, which was held at the Avoniel Leisure Centre in east Belfast in December 1988. Picture: News Letter archives
CND supporters in a protest demonstration outside the American Consulate in Queen Street in Belfast, April 14, 1986. Picture: News Letter archives
Orangefield Girls' High School with some of the more unusual creations of the school's art classes, on exhibition at the Arts Council Centre, Stranmillis, in December 1988. The pupils included are Julie Duncan, Emma Scott, Lisa Flynn, Kirsty Johnston, Jennifer Mateer, Harriet Egerton, Amanda Morrow and Amanda Straghan. Picture: News Letter archives