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  • Tags: Manley, Michael, - 1924-1997

Prime Minister Manley and Mrs. Manley

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Jamaica's fourth Prime Minister, Michael Manley, photographed with wife, Mrs. Beverly Manley.

Michael Manley and Gladstone Wilson

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"Two fire signs: Michael Manley, Sagittarius and Gladstone Wilson, Leo."

Cyril Swaby

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"Prime Minister Michael Manley presenting Anglican Bishop Cyril Swaby with a cheque for $5,000 to assist in restoration work being carried out on the Bog Walk Anglican Church that was destroyed by fire early last year. At centre is the Suffragan…

Cyril Swaby

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"Helping the church: The Rev. P.V. Reynolds (fourth from left) of the United Pentecostal Church received a cheque for $2,500 from Prime Minister Michael Manley at Jamaica House yesterday. Anglican Bishop Cyril Swaby, left, also received a cheque for…

Michael Manley and Henry Shlaudeman

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"A letter from Henry K. U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Harry Shlaudeman, right, paid a courtesy call on Prime Minister Michael Manley at Jamaica House yesterday morning, and is seen here handing him a letter from Secretary of State Henry…

Sir Florizel Glasspole and Michael Manley

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Former Jamaican Prime Minister Michael Manley and Sir Florizel Glasspole, former Jamaican Governor General, greet at an event.

Senator Michael Manley

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Portrait of Michael Manley, captured after his appointment to Jamaica's Senate.

Flood victims

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Prime Minister Michael Manley, George Headlam and others touring a shelter following flood rains.

Bamboo River, St. Thomas

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"Discussing the problems caused by the flood rains which destroyed the furniture and bedding of several people in Bamboo River, St. Thomas. Left to right in the front row are: Harold Golding, acting secretary of the Parish Council, Senator Violet…

McGregor Gully on Windward Road

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"A washed out section of the McGregor Gully on Windward Road where the Pentecostal Church was damaged in islandwide rain Wednesday night. Prime Minister Manley [right] looks at the damage."