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  • Tags: Manley, Michael, - 1924-1997

Lady Bustamante

"At last: It's smiles all round as Lady Bustamante turns the key and pushes open the new Ministry of Labour Building, North St. in Kingston. Mrs. Edna Manley (centre) had earlier cut the ribbon officially opening the brand-new structure. Prime…

Michael Manley and cricket promoter Kerry Packer

"Prime Minister Michael Manley and World Series Cricket promoter, Australian millionaire Kerry Packer, join in some pre-match joking on the second day of the opening match in the Super test between the Australians and the West Indies at Sabina Park,…

Education Minister and PM Manley

"Education Minister (Eric Bell) and the Prime Minister (Michael Manley) admire a display of batik prints at the Schools' Agricultural Exhibition. There was a wide variety of arts and craft from several schools presented at the fair."

Michael's second wife, dancer Thelma

A portrait of former People's National Party (PNP) leader and Jamaican Prime Minister's second wife, Thelma Verity.

Michael at fortyish

A portrait of former Jamaican Prime Minister, Michael Manley, at around the age of forty.

Sydney Pagon

Sydney Pagon [top left], PM Michael Manley and other members of Parliament from the People's National Party (PNP) during a parliamentary session.

Prime Minister Manley and Mrs. Manley

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

Cyril Swaby

"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

"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

"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…