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Mrs. Edith Dalton-James

A photograph of Mrs. Edith Dalton James, Jamaican educator and politician.

Mrs. Beverley Manley receiving books for children at Jamaica House

"Receiving books for children: Mrs. Beverley Manley [3rd left] looking at a 16-page book of children's poetry, 'Through a Child's Eye'. The book was one of a collection presented to her at Jamaica House yesterday [March 19] by Mrs. Pat Persaud…

D.R.B Grant gives a big kiss and a copy of his new book

"A kiss: D.R.B. Grant, International consultant on early childhood education, gives a big kiss and a copy of his new book, "Training Teacher Trainers" to Miss Marjorie Myers, President of the Jamaica Association of Teacher Educators recently at the…

Senator Danny Williams with Fay Saunders

"JPH book display: The Minister of State in the Ministry of marketing and Commerce, Senator Danny Williams, along with the Chairman of the Board of Jamaica Publishing House, Mrs. Fay Saunders, examine the wide variety of JPH books on display at the…

Ken Carter

"Ken Carter, Lecturer at the Trade Union Education Institute, gave the lecture in "Planning within the context of problem-solving and decision theory" during a five-day course on Agricultural Business Management held for Banana Board projects…

Farewell reception in honour of Mrs. Patricia Charles

"Farewell - seen at the farewell reception in honour of Mrs. Patricia Charles, Resident Tutor of the University Centre, Resident Tutor of the University Centre in St. Lucia (from left) John Compton, Premier of St. Lucia, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee, Mrs.…

Mrs. Patricia Charles in discussion with the Director of the Programme

"One of the recent visitors to the JAMAL Foundation, Mrs. Patricia Charles, representative of the St. Lucia Government, is seen in discussions with the Director of the Programme, Mrs. Joyce Robinson, as a result of St. Lucia's desire to establish a…

Wynante Patterson

"National Family Planning Pioneer Amy Bailey (left) receiving a plaque from the Board's vice-chairman Dr. Wyante Patterson at a luncheon at the Sheraton Hotel on Wednesday. Miss Bailey has been involved with family planning in Jamaica since 1937."