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Sir William Alexander Clarke Bustamante, prime minister and National Hero of Jamaica. After Jamaica was granted independence in 1962, Bustamante served as the 1st prime minister until 1967.
Sir Alexander Bustamante, Sir Donald Sangster and Lady Bustamante at King's House function after independence
Prime Minister, Sir Alexander Bustamante in conversation with his wife, Lady Bustamante and then Minister of Finance, Donald Sangster at an Independence Day function.
Norman Manley giving a final public speech as outgoing President of the People's National Party.
Prime Minister Sir Alexander Bustamante on a visit to an open day event at the Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) camp. The families of soldiers are also in attendance. In the background are several military tents.
Edward Seaga and an animated Alexander Bustamante being interviewed by a journalist from Time Magazine.
Former Prime Minister, Sir Alexander Bustamante being invested by Acting Governor General, Rowland Phillips, at the King's House dining room. Lady Bustamante is seated beside him.
Dr. Ivan Lloyd and Mr. Norman W. Manley in London, attending the Jamaica Constitutional Conference, 1962
Rt. Hon. Norman Washington Manley photographed with Dr. Ivan Lloyd in London, England.
"Members of the Ras Tafarian groups from all parishes shown in the Conference Room at Jamaica House yesterday, for the second in a series of reasonings with the Prime Minister to seek greater recognition of the movement in the island, under its own…
Nathan's Department Store in Downtown, Kingston, taken at night.