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  • Collection: Kingston, Jamaica

Kingston - King Street looking north

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Commercial buildings along King Street. Several horse-drawn carriages are seen. To the right is the Bee Hive store at the corner of King and Harbour Streets.

Street scenes in Kingston: Orange Street (outside the market)

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Tramcar in front of the Jubilee Market on Orange Street in Kingston, Jamaica. Pedestrians are walking along the street and on sidewalks.

Street scenes in Kingston: King Street

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Scene on a section of King Street, Kingston, Jamaica -man driving horse-drawn cart, people walking along the street, buildings along the roadway.

General Post Office Kingston, Jamaica

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A drawing of the General Post Office, Kingston, Jamaica, done by Geo Duff, son-in-law of Mr. Brymer, the first Postmaster for Jamaica.

Myrtle Bank Hotel

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A drawing of the Myrtle Bank Hotel done by E. Gross.

City of Kingston, from the commercial rooms

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Print depicting the city of Kingston, Jamaica.

Air Jamaica Building

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View of the Air Jamaica, Bank of Jamaica and other buildings as seen from the roof of the National Library of Jamaica at 12 East Street, Kingston.

Bank of Jamaica

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Jamaica's central bank, the Bank of Jamaica, located at Nethersole Place in Kingston, Jamaica.

Washington Boulevard

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Busy intersection along Washington Boulevard, Kingston.

Fort Rocky, Port Royal

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Ruins of Fort Rocky, one of the forts in Port Royal that was built during World War II in an effort to prevent invasion from the Germans on the island.