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View of the front of a small dwelling in Spanish Town, St. Catherine.
Image of the massive cotton tree widely known as Tom Cringle's Cotton Tree. It was named after a character in a popular 19th century novel entitled 'Tom Cringle's Log' (Michael Scott, 1834). This ceiba or silk cotton tree was located in front of the…
Kapo poses with one of his sculptures.
Four young men in hats and rowing a fishing boat in St. Catherine Jamaica.
Photograph depicting a large gathering in Westmoreland, in celebration of the Hussay, a traditional East Indian religious festival.
Sir Clifford Campbell was the first Jamaican born Governor General of Jamaica. He served in that position from December 1, 1962 to March 2, 1973. Here he is taking the oath at his swearing in ceremony.
The exterior of the Frome Sugar Factory in Westmoreland, Jamaica. Frome Sugar Estate was once the centre of the region's economic life, processing cane grown on its own lands as well as that supplies thousands of individual small growers from…
Frontal view of one of the buildings on the Mannings School grounds. The Mannings School owes its existence to Thomas Manning, landed proprietor of Burnt Savannah, Westmoreland who died in 1710.
Jamaica's George Rhoden winning the 4 x 400 relay from USA Mel Whitfield at the 1952 Olympic Games in Helsinki, Finland.
A view of a thatched house with four women and a child on the outside.