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- Tags: Cooke, Howard, - 1915-2014
Governor General Most Hon. Sir Howard Cooke and other dignitaries in attendance at an unveiling ceremony of a slavery abolition plaque at old King's House in Spanish Town, St. Catherine.
Governor General Sir Howard Cooke and Professor Barry Chevannes unveiling the slavery abolition plaque at the Old King's House portico, where British Colonial Governor, Lionel Cooke, had declared the abolition of slavery in Jamaica.
"Education Minister Howard Cooke (right) bites his tongue as he listens to educator Aubrey Phillips and officers of his Ministry at Ardenne School on Monday just before he spoke to principals and board chairmen of secretary and tertiary education…
Sir Howard Cooke giving an address at a regional workshop.
"Citizens of Railway Lane, Montego Bay and Pensions and Security Minister Howard Cooke (left, wearing tie) test the strength of a rope used to secure this damaged house which was flooded when the Barnett River overflooded its banks on Thursday night.…
"Public Assistant Officer Evelyn Pugh (second from right, front row) speaking with one of the fishermen residing at Railway Lane Beach. This flood victim lost his fishing boat during the floods on Thursday night. The capsized house to the right was…
"Education Minister Howard Cooke, [left], greets Mexican Ambassador Jose Caballero, who recently paid his first official visit to the Minister. At centre Parliamentary Secretary Fay Saunders."
Portrait of a pensive Fae Ellington.