Rev Joseph Parker, about to emigrate to Canada, with wife, Dorothy, and their son, Roger, and daughter, Karen, makes last minute telephone calls in their almost empty Belfast home. Rev Parker founded the Witness for Peace Movement following the death of his son in a Provisional IRA  explosion. Taken 28th January 1975. Ref: 197501280054b.<br />
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Rev Joseph Parker, about to emigrate to Canada, with wife, Dorothy, and their son, Roger, and daughter, Karen, makes last minute telephone calls in their almost empty Belfast home. Rev Parker founded the Witness for Peace Movement following the death of his son in a Provisional IRA explosion. Taken 28th January 1975. Ref: 197501280054b.

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