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W.A. Bustamante standing in a car in a motorcade

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Prime Minister Alexander Bustamante greeting the throng of Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) supporters surrounding his motorcade.

The Hon. Hugh Lawson Shearer meeting with Haile Selassie at U.N

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Jamaican Prime Minister, Hon. Hugh Lawson Shearer, meeting with Haile Selassie at United Nations office in Jamaica.

St. Ann's Bay

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"SITE PLAN FOR NEW OPERATING THEATRE: St. Ann's Bay Hospital will now have a new modern operating theatre for $625,000. The building will house changing rooms for doctors, nurses, anaesthesists, a sterilizing department and recovery ward.…

Sir Alexander Bustamante, Sir Donald Sangster and Lady Bustamante at King's House function after independence

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Prime Minister, Sir Alexander Bustamante in conversation with his wife, Lady Bustamante and then Minister of Finance, Donald Sangster at an Independence Day function.

Sir Alexander Bustamante, a portrait ca. 1960's

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Candid portrait of Sir Alexander Bustamante, first Prime Minister of Independent Jamaica.

Sir Alexander Bustamante watches as Lady B pins independence medal on U.S. Ambassador, William C. Doherty

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United States Ambassador to Jamaica, William C. Doherty, receiving a Jamaica independence medal from Gladys ''Lady B'' Bustamante. Sir Alexander Bustamante and Sir Donald Sangster among others, are in the background.

Prime Minister Michael Manley lifted onto a platform at the May Pen town square

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"Raised aloft: Prime Minister Manley is lifted into a platform at the May Pen Town Square on Tuesday shortly before the Clarendon Parish Council election campaign."

John Pringle, Director of Tourism

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Jamaica's first Director of Tourism, John Pringle, who served between 1963 and 1967. He also founded the Round Hill Hotel in Montego Bay, Jamaica.

Hugh Springer

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Sir Hugh Worrell Springer, lawyer, parliamentarian and public officer from Barbados.

Errol Anderson at the podium

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Former Jamaican Minister of Justice, Errol Anderson giving an address.