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The Spanish Town Court House building in the Spanish Town Square, before being destroyed fired.
View of the Jamaica Conference Centre in Downtown, Kingston with cars parked on the side of the road. The Hotel Oceana, located at no. 2 King Street, is in background.
Georgian architecture building in Spanish Town, housing the Courthouse on the lower level and Town Hall on the upper level.
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…
"Rodney Memorial, Spanish Town, erected to commemorate Admiral George Brydges Rodney’s victory over the French fleet at the Battle of The Saintes in 1782."
A Georgian Building now housing the offices of the St. Catherine Parish Council.
Old House of Assembly, showing later modifications to the upper floor.
"Bob Marley pointing, exhorts the huge throng to "Get Up, Stand Up For Your Rights' at Sunday's concert."