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- Tags: Bellevue Hospital (Kingston, Jamaica)
St. Andrew Jaycees at Bellevue Hospital
"Members of the St. Andrew Jaycees who took pickax, shovel, fork and other tools as they put in a day of voluntary labour at the Bellevue Hospital yesterday. The group here succeeded in lining up, laying out and paving a footpath to make life a…
Fun time, Bellevue
"Fun time at Bellevue: Children from the Mentally Handicapped Unit of the hospital trying out new pool presented to them by the Kiwanis Club of Northern St. Andrew. Hospital personnel and Kiwanis club members watch the youngsters at play."
Bellevue Hospital - voluntary labour
"Members of the St. Andrew Jaycees who took pickaxe, shovel, fork and other tools as they put in a day of voluntary labour at the Bellevue Hospital yesterday. The group here succeeded in lining up, laying out and paving a footpath to make life a…
Bellevue Hospital inmate
"Here an inmate eases himself despite the unsanitary sanitary facilities."
Bellevue Hospital patients
"A compound of desolation for the male patients."
Children at Bellevue Hospital
Children at the Bellevue Hospital loitering about the compound.
"Communal Bath:Here scores of female inmates get their baths and wash their clothing. Once there were three showers now there are only two."
Bellevue Hospital patient do craft
"Craft in therapy: a patient at the Bellevue Hospital works on craft items in one of the workshops. Patients occupy themselves in art and craft work, and are rewarded for their efforts when their work make it to the annual open day and sale of work."
"This inmate inside has been locked away. There is no bed and the floor is of concrete."
Gift for Bellevue Hospital
"Capt. Glenmore Webley, Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of National Security and Justice and Member of Parliament for Eastern Kingston [second from left] presenting a gift of clothing for the hospital to the Senior Medical Officer of the…
Jamaica: The Dome
A poster with an image of the Dome - a room above a stream known as 'The Creek' in Manteca Bahia in which the 'Keeper of the Creek' lived.