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Alexander Bustamante breaking ground for new JBC building in 1963

Sir Alexander Bustamante using a pickaxe at the ground breaking for the new Jamaica Broadcasting Corporation building in 1963. He is being cheered on by Edward Seaga and others.

Anthony Capleton

"Housing Minister, Hon. Tony Spaulding (left) addressing the Fourth Session of the Governing Council of the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) in Nairobi, Kenya, recently. The Minister urged the Conference to take steps to ensure that…

Anthony Capleton

"Capleton at Nairobi Council on UN Environmental Programme, March 30-April 14, 1976."

Anthony Capleton

Anthony Capleton making a point.

Arnold Smith and Mrs. Smith being welcomed by Prime Minister and Mrs. Manley

"Commonwealth Secretary General Arnold Smith (right) and his wife (second from right) meet Prime Minister Manley (second from left) and Mrs. Manley (left) at the P.M.'s reception at Jamaica House during the Commonwealth Heads of Government…

Award winner Kenrick Wills

"Minister of State for Information, Mike Henry [right] presents the Jaycees of the Year Award to Kenrick Wills, chapter president of the Kingston Jaycees recently. Mr. Wills received the award on behalf of Liz Lindo who was named Jaycees of the Year,…

Bamboo River, St. Thomas

"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…

Clifford Campbell

"Former Governor General of Jamaica, Sir Clifford Campbell who is now 90, celebrates with the Life Underwriters Association of Jamaica [LUAJ] at their 50th Anniversary church service at St. Andrew Parish Church, Half Way Tree, recently. Sir Clifford…

Cocktail party

"Cocktail party: The Member of Parliament for North Central Saint Andrew and Industry and Commerce Minister Douglas Vaz speaking at the cocktail party to launch the North Central Saint Andrew Trust recently. At left is a section of the large…