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The house where National Hero Alexander Bustamante was born

"This is the house where National Hero Alexander Bustamante was born. And on Sunday it was open to a large number of persons who attended a service to commemorate the birth of the National Hero. Walking away from the house are [from right] Hugh…

Mr. Las Perry of NWU

Former Island Supervisor and secretary of the National Workers Union (NWU), Lascelles Perry.

L.W. Rose

Photograph of an organiser with the Bustamante Industrial Trade Union (BITU), L.W. Rose.

Chairman Hopeton Caven makes a passionate appeal to trade union delegates

"Putting everything into it: Joint Trade Unions Research Development Centre, chairman Hopeton Caven, who is also general secretary of the T.U.C., makes a "passionate appeal" to trade union delegates to recognise the value of discipline and continuing…

Milton Scott

"Trenches chat: DMWU president Milton (Skully) Scott (left) and BITU island supervisor Lascelles Beckford (right) share a light moment before a meeting between the Government and the trade unions at Jamaica house yesterday to discuss particular…

Milton Scott

"Historic moment: this was how Dockers and Marine Workers Union president Milton Scott (second from left) described yesterday's signing of the Industrial Relations Agreement for gas station workers. He and NWU Senior Organiser Lester McKenzie (left)…

Milton Scott

Milton Scott, DMWU President.

Milton Scott

"Roadside rap and Dockers and Maritime Workers president Milton (Skully) Scott shows gas station attendants the receipt from the KSAC for the hireage of the Ward Theatre where they should have met on Sunday evening. Scott charged that political…

Milton Scott and Labour Minister William Isaacs

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"Labour Minister William Isaacs (second from left) being greeted by Dockers and Marine Workers Union president Milton Scott at the Union's East Street offices."

Milton Scott

"No way: DMWU president, Milton Scott (left), gesticulates and clutches what he claims to be the brief for over 400 Jamaica Railway Corporation workers, denied a hearing before in the current round of wage negotiations. Mr. Scott who was not admitted…