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- Tags: Bustamante, Alexander, - 1884-1977
Princess Margaret and her entourage, Alexander Bustamante, Norman Manley and other dignitaries in the royal box at the National Stadium for the occasion of handing over independence to Jamaica from the colonial power of Britain on August 6, 1962.
Husband and wife duo, Sir and Lady Bustamante, sitting around their dining table for breakfast.
Sir Alexander Bustamante using a pickaxe at the ground breaking for the new Jamaica Broadcasting Corporation building in 1963. He is being cheered on by Edward Seaga and others.
Sir Alexander Bustamante photographed with Gladys Longbridge (Lady B).
Statesman, Sir Alexander Bustamante, dressed in formal suit and a top hat.
Sir Alexander Bustamante, former prime minister of Jamaica, having a conversation with Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh at his residence.
Sir Alexander Bustamante receiving honorary degree LLD from U.W.I. Chancellor Princess Alice at Jamaica House
Her Royal Highness Princess Alice, University of the West Indies' first Chancellor, presenting Sir Alexander Bustamante with an honorary degree. Looking on is his wife, Lady Bustamante.
Sir Alexander Bustamante watches as Lady B pins independence medal on U.S. Ambassador, William C. Doherty
United States Ambassador to Jamaica, William C. Doherty, receiving a Jamaica independence medal from Gladys ''Lady B'' Bustamante. Sir Alexander Bustamante and Sir Donald Sangster among others, are in the background.
Former Prime Minister, Sir Alexander Bustamante being invested by Acting Governor General, Rowland Phillips, at the King's House dining room. Lady Bustamante is seated beside him.
Edward Seaga and an animated Alexander Bustamante being interviewed by a journalist from Time Magazine.
Ruins of Leonard Howell's great house located at Pinnacle in the hills of St. Catherine. The Rastafarian community at Pinnacle was started by Leonard…