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A photographic print showing a scene at a village post office in Jamaica. The building has a thatched roof and a wooden frame. Natives are lined up outside the building where a donkey has been tied up.
Postcard of the Dry Harbour Post Office, by renowned 19th century artist and illustrator, Joseph Holland Tringham.
A drawing of the General Post Office, Kingston, Jamaica, done by Geo Duff, son-in-law of Mr. Brymer, the first Postmaster for Jamaica.
"This truck was the victim of the aftermath of the heavy rains in Down Town Kingston, as owing to the heavy water along Church Street, the driver…