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- Tags: Children - Jamaica
A nurse dresses the cut
A nurse, assisted by an older boy, renders care to a boy who has injured his knee.
"It rough, it really rough," said Adella Campbell yesterday. With her were Denise 9; Sandra 12; Dawn 6; Nadine 4; Anthony 2; Robert (in his mothers arms) 1 year and four months and Curtis 11. Miss Campbell needs a room for herself and her children."
Annotto Bay Hospital
"The Annotto Bay area National Youth Service workers recently made a presentation of clothing to the children's ward of the Annotto Bay Hospital. In picture above Miss Suzanne Dailis makes a presentation to Matron E. Petgrave of the hospital while…
Bamboo River District, Morant Bay
"Flood victims: Hyacinth McCalla and her children are caught at lunch in the Morant Bay School yesterday. She and her children sought refuge in the school when their house at Bamboo Rover was flooded."
Barry Gordon interviews children about Christmas
"Barry Gordon interviews a group of young children on their views on Christmas for 'Christmas with the Young Ones'. The programme can be hear Monday to Saturday at 8:15 a.m. from now 'til Christmas Day."
Building playpen at Princess Margaret Hospital
"FOR THE CHILDREN: A Danish volunteer worker and Girl Guides officers discussing how to go about building a children's play pen at the Princess Margaret Hospital in Morant Bay. Members of the group are from left, Doreen Clemetson, Mrs. Guy Wright,…
Children at pipe
Three children filling up their buckets at a standpipe.
Tags: Children - Jamaica; Standpipes
Dance performance outdoors by a group of children. To the right, a man is seen playing a drum.
Children during an activity
A group of children clapping their hands during a musical activity with their teachers. Some of the adults are playing tambourines.
Tags: Children - Jamaica; Tambourine
Children from Leceister Primary School singing a folk song in Festival 1973
A group of boys from the Leicester Primary Sschool performing onstage, with hoes as props.
West Indies youth cricket team
"Jamaica youth representative on the W.I. team to England in 1928. L-R - Earle Melbourne, Michael McIntosh, Marlon Tucker, Sam Haye."