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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.

Waterloo House

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

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.

Corpses under debris

Corpses (unseen) under debris from earthquake and fire.