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Miss Marlene Amos

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"Miss Marlene Amos, 18 year old clerk - Miss St. James."

M. Claude Cheysson shares with P.J. Patterson

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"Farmers Union Dinner: Industry, Commerce and Tourism Minister P.J. Patterson, at left, listens to a point made by EEC Commissioner for Negotiations with Developing Countries M. Claude Cheysson, while Madame Cheysson shares a joke with National…

Students in Math class

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"This youngster at right seems quite at home, as he works out a mathematical problem."

Bombay Village Community Council

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" 'UNITED WE STAND': These sixteen persons have been elected by their various organisations to sit on the Bombay Village Community Council, which was launched recently."

Staffers of the Kingston Public Hospital

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"Family Affair: staffers of the KPH pose before the gates with the wife of the Prime Minister, Mrs. Beverley Manley (fourth from left) and wives of Cabinet Ministers who made a joint tour of the hospital in September."

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.

St. George's Church, Kingston, Jamaica

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Representation on a postcard of the St. George's Anglican Church in Kingston, Jamaica.

A view of Church Street

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A drawing of a section of Church Street in Downtown, Kingston.

A view of the Kingston Theatre

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A lithographic print of the Kingston Theatre, located then at the Parade in Down Town, Kingston.

The Bogue Islands, Montego Bay, Jamaica

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Image of the Bogue Islands, located west of Montego Bay. This mangrove swamp area was transformed into the Montego Freeport in the 1960s.