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- Tags: Garvey, Marcus, - 1887-1940
Photographic negatives of the presentation of Jamaica's first national hero Marcus Garvey's walking stick to IOJ's Director at that time Mrs. Alleyne.
Statue of the Honourable Marcus Garvey, located outside the St. Ann's Parish Library in Garvey's home town, St. Ann's Bay.
The casket with Garvey's remains along North St. on its way to George VI Memorial Park for interment
Procession marching alongside the casket carrying Marcus Garvey's body. Jamaica Constabulary Force officers are marching with the vehicle and a large crowd of spectators are along the road and at the George VI Memorial Park.
Marcus Garvey's family receiving his body at the Palisadoes Airport [now Norman Manley International Airport]. The body was being transported in a wooden crate with a wreath on top.
"Star Audience: Top reggae artistes Rita Marley (at left) and friends enjoying the show at Reggae Sunsplash. Jarrett Park was filled with stars on…