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Kings House and grounds, Jamaica

Kings House and grounds. A woman stands in the yard, one hand on hip; a bouquet of plants in the other.

View of Two Sisters', Port Henderson

View of remaining structure of Two Sisters Hotel in Port Henderson being restored. It was a frequent weekend resort of Gen. George Nugent, former Lieutenant-Governor of Jamaica, and Lady Nugent.

Headquarter's House

A photograph of Headquarter's House also called Hibbert House. It was owned by Thomas Hibbert a wealthy young English merchant in 1755. It is now home of the Jamaica National Heritage Trust (JNHT).

Headquarter's House, Duke Street, Kingston

A two-storey building of Georgian architecture with steps leading from the street and enclosed by metal and concrete fencing - Headquarter's House also called Hibbert House was the home of Thomas Hibbert, a wealthy English merchant, and later the…

Annandale Great House

Front view of the Annandale Great House (built 1760) in St. Ann, near Ocho Rios.

Marlborough Great House, Manchester

The symmetrical facade and the classical portico with its pediment supported by tall columns make this 18th century building a particularly fine example of Georgian architecture.

Plan 17 - the old Court House, Half-way Tree

Plan of a south west view of the old Courthouse in Half-way Tree that was built in 1807 to replace another courthouse in that same location.