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Chief of staff house, Port Royal, back view
A soldier and a woman stand by a section of the Chief of Staff's house that has sustained significant damage from the 1907 earthquake. There is a gaping hole where the brick wall and roof have broken down and there is a heap of rubble on the ground.
Kentyre, Eastern St. Andrew
"Stones and debris and mud cover a yard at Kentyre, Eastern St. Andrew."
Manchester - Clarendon border
"Clearing the way: Joslyn Cole (left) and Benjamin Parker clearing the road of debris is at Whitney Turn near the Clarendon-Manchester border Tuesday. Mr. Parker told the Daily News that he lost five goats in the heavy rains."
Moonlight City - Hunts Bay, St. Andrew
"The mud hole where a gully used to be: This is a flooded section of Moonlight City in the Hunts Bay area of Lower St. Andrew where debris has blocked the gully forcing water into homes."
St. Michael's Church
St. Michael's Church situated along Tower Street, Kingston, after being flattened by earthquake in 1907.
Theatre Royal, located at the northern side of Parade in Kingston, captured after earthquake of 1907. A large rubble of bricks and other material have piled up at the front of the building.
Warehouse near market made roofless after earthquake
Rubble of zinc, bricks and other material, on the site of a flattened warehouse near the Victoria Market after the 1907 earthquake.
Voters at polling station, Half Way Tree Primary School
"Voters in the north central St. Andrew constituency read and talk as they wait their turn to cast their ballots at the polling station set up at the…