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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.
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).
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…
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 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.
A front view of Devon House with a water fountain in the yard.
Portrait of a young Jamaican wearing a "Discover Jamaica' t-shirt from the Jamaica Tourist Board.