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- Tags: Jamaica - Politics and government
Former Jamaican Prime Ministers, Honourable Donald B. Sangster and Honourable Hugh Shearer, walking towards the Gordon House for the opening of Parliament. In the background is the Speaker of the House beside Edward Seaga, along with other…
Norman Manley taking the Oath of Allegiance as a member of the House of Representative, February 3, 1955
Mr. Norman Manley, Q.C., taking the oath of allegiance before signing the roll as a Member of the House of Representatives, Mr. Clinton Hart (right), Clerk of the Legislature administers the oath.
"...Prime Minister Shearer [second right]. Far right is former Minister of Health Herbert Eldemire and to the far left is Dr. Y. H. Kim, owner of the Korean Restaurant. The occasion was the Korean National Foundation Day at the Pegasus Hotel."
"Seaga's interest in Jamaica's folklore never dies...As the JLP Action Team moves on, one of the happiest scenes was the Leader, Eddie Seaga, relaxed, taking time out to join in one of his favourite interests. Eddie Seaga, being personally involved…
Reggae Falls, located in the Hillside district near Seaforth in St. Thomas, Jamaica. It is also known as 'Dam Head' amongst locals.