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- Tags: Buildings - Natural disaster effects
Damaged arch in Jamaica
Damaged arch of a brick building.
Fire and earthquake, Kingston
Destroyed buildings and piles of rubble in Kingston after fire and earthquake in 1907.
General Penitentiary overthrown
A damaged door and overthrown soft bricks in piles on the ground, at the eastward side of the General Penitentiary, a penal institution in Kingston, Jamaica
Statue twisted on pedestal in courtyard
Statue partially displaced from pedestal in courtyard of building wrecked by earthquake.
Sunday morning - Up Park Camp
Women and girls walking past dwellings near Up-Park Camp on a Sunday morning. Two men, one attired in military uniform, are in the foreground.
Church St. from Harbour St.
A view of earthquake destruction on Church Street as seen from Harbour Street.
St. George's Church
St. George's Anglican Church on East Street in Kingston, after sustaining damage from the 1907 earthquake.
Lockett's residence, Duke St.
Two-storey dwelling belonging to Dr. Lockett, after sustaining damage from earthquake in 1907.
King St. from Parish Church south
King Street as seen from the Parish Church, after the 1907 earthquake.
Shattered east end Cathedral
Damage by earthquake to the east end of the Cathedral on Church Street, Kingston.
Sir Clifford Campbell walking along Beeston Street in Kingston. The street is lined with many parked cars.