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Victoria Battery, Port Royal
A view of the partially sunken cartridge store in Port Royal, Jamaica.
Smith shop and workshop Port Royal, after earthquake
Photograph showing a building with broken windows, cracked walls and other structural damages, from the 1907 earthquake in Port Royal, Kingston.
Structure partly submerged after 1907 earthquake, Port Royal
Photograph of a structure that became partially submerged in the sea after the 1907 earthquake. Two men are standing on the shore and one is sitting on the structure.
Lamp Room, Port Royal, Port Royal, 1907 Earthquake
A soldier stands on top of the rubble from the "lamp room" building, after it has collapsed after the 1907 earthquake.
Roman Catholic Church, Kingston, after great earthquake, Jan. 14, 1907
The Roman Catholic Cathedral completely destroyed in the aftermath of the earthquake on January 14, 1907.
Tower of Kingston Parish Church after earthquake, 1907
Damage to the tower of the Kingston Parish Church after the 1907 earthquake.
Myrtle Bank, back view
Damage to the back of Kingston's Myrtle Bank Hotel following earthquake on January 14, 1907.
St. Michael's Church
St. Michael's Church situated along Tower Street, Kingston, after being flattened by earthquake in 1907.
The old Synagogue Princess St.
Earthquake damaged Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue situated on Princess Street. It was built in 1750.
Corner Port Royal and Harbour Streets with Colonial Bank in view
The Colonial Bank and other buildings damaged by earthquake and fire along Port Royal and Harbour Streets. There is a advertising sign for The Henriques Lumber Company on one of the burnt out buildings.
Red Hills Wesleyan Church, Kingston, before the earthquake
Front view of the Wesleyan church in Red Hills before the devastating 1907 earthquake. Three female members of the congregation are standing in the…