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Myrtle Bank, back view

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Damage to the back of Kingston's Myrtle Bank Hotel following earthquake on January 14, 1907.

St. Michael's Church

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St. Michael's Church situated along Tower Street, Kingston, after being flattened by earthquake in 1907.

The old Synagogue Princess St.

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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

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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.

Waterloo House

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Wholesale and retail warehouse located on the south-west corner of Harbour and King Street in Kingston, known as Waterloo House. It is lying in ruins following earthquake on January 14, 1907.

Myrtle Bank Hotel, front view

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Structural damage to Kingston's Myrtle Bank Hotel following earthquake on January 14, 1907. A makeshift shelter has been set up at the entrance, where four men are standing.