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  • Tags: Public buildings - Jamaica

Registration office of births, deaths and marriages

"The sign says Registration Office of Births, Deaths and Marriage. The walls and outside of the building are cracked, peeling and dirty."

Building at 50 Church Street

"Outside of the building, 50 Church Street, badly in need of cleaning up. Any volunteer Crash Programme workers?"

Government Registration Office

"This could be the place where one may apply for a marriage license, or perhaps get married."

Port Antonio

An overhead view from Titchfield, of commercial and public buildings in Portland's capital town, Port Antonio. In the distance, the Portland Parish Church can be seen and to the left, near the foreground, is the Port Antonio Courthouse.

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…

Harbour Street

A section of Harbour Street in Downtown Kingston, looking west to east. The Treasury and the Post Office on opposite sides of the street are indicated in ink. Pedestrians are walking along the street.

Museum (art gallery)

A back view of the Institute of Jamaica Museum, home to the art gallery. A woman is standing at the back.