The one on the right here depicts a wolf (?),
again protecting her young.
These artworks look very like the work of:
Alfred Dubucand (1829-1894)
Isidore Jules Bonheur (1827-1901).
Portlaw branch of the Red Cross organisation, based in the courtyard,
were very much in evidence, looking after the welfare of the numerous visitors.
Local man, Willie Corcoran,
had on display some of his many
birds of prey, from a collection of over forty!
The public, including young children,
were encouraged to hold the birds on their arms
while posing for photographers,
for a very nominal fee.
Here, Willie is seen with one of his Barn Owls.
You can read all about this well-established
Portlaw enterprise at:
Yes, even young children can hold these!
Mussels and Pearls in the local river,
but don't attempt to touch them!
A single left click on each image will reveal an enlarged copy.