Browse Items (14 total)
- Tags: Monuments and memorials - Jamaica
J. Valentine and Sons postcard showing the Rodney monument in the Spanish Town Square, St. Catherine.
View of the Rodney Memorial in Spanish Town, St. Catherine, with two cannons on either side of the monument (not visible).
Rodney's Memorial, Spanish Town
Monument erected in memory of Admiral Brydges, in Spanish Town, St. Catherine.
Rodney monument, Spanish Town, Jamaica
The Rodney Memorial Monument in the historic Spanish Town square, St. Catherine.
The Rodney Memorial and other public buildings in the Spanish Town square.
Rodney Memorial Spanish Town
Rodney Memorial in the square, Spanish Town, St. Catherine.
Rodney Memorial in the square, Spanish Town
View of the memorial built for Admiral George Rodney.
Rodney Memorial in the square, Sp. Town
Views of the Rodney Memorial in Spanish Town, built in honour of Admiral George Brydges Rodney.
Unveiling of the cenotaph, Church Street, 1923
Scores of citizens and military personnel gather for the official ceremony for the unveiling of the World War Cenotaph on Church Street in Downtown, Kingston, held on Armistice Day on November 11, 1923. It was erected for Jamaican men who lost their…
Cenotaph, Morant Bay, St. Thomas
Cenotaph erected before the Morant Bay Courthouse in St. Thomas, to commemorate the lives of those from the parish who died in the First World War.
Orange Park, St. Thomas
The main house of the Orange Park coffee plantation in Yallahs, St. Thomas which eventually became home to the late Professor Basil Barrington Watson.