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Sir Clifford Campbell was the first Jamaican born Governor General of Jamaica. He served in that position from December 1, 1962 to March 2, 1973. Here he is taking the oath at his swearing in ceremony.
"Governor General Florizel Glasspole puts a donation in the tin to launch the K.P.H. Bicentennial Tag Drive at King's House. Accepting the donation is Sister Yvonne Reid. Others from left are Radiographer M. Ayr and Matron Ellen Rob. The drive to…
"Mandeville's Mayor Cecil Charlton bows and Shakes Mr. Glasspole's hands as he is made Commander of the Order of Distinction."
Former Prime Minister, Sir Alexander Bustamante being invested by Acting Governor General, Rowland Phillips, at the King's House dining room. Lady Bustamante is seated beside him.
Governor General Most Hon. Sir Howard Cooke and other dignitaries in attendance at an unveiling ceremony of a slavery abolition plaque at old King's House in Spanish Town, St. Catherine.
Governor General Sir Howard Cooke and Professor Barry Chevannes unveiling the slavery abolition plaque at the Old King's House portico, where British Colonial Governor, Lionel Cooke, had declared the abolition of slavery in Jamaica.
" "Congratulations!" Governor General Florizel Glasspole said to Derrick Whyte, the 21-year-old All-Island Champion Individual in the JAMAL-JBC National Quiz Programme. Mr. Whyte, accompanied by his teacher and members of the JAMAL foundation visited…
A poster with an image of the Dome - a room above a stream known as 'The Creek' in Manteca Bahia in which the 'Keeper of the Creek' lived.