Found in 404 Collections and/or Records:
212 x 136 mm. A view showing the main trunk of a banyan tree with a wooden seat at its base. A carving on the trunk of the tree is dated 1895.
233 x 196 mm. A view looking between coconut palms towards the small settlement lying at the edge of a curving beach.
103 x 77 mm. Showing a lily pond and palm trees in a Jamaican garden.
234 x 175 mm. A view showing a group of Jamaicans standing in and beside a small river with residential buildings in the background. A pencilled caption, 'China Bog Walk', makes more sense than the main caption. Morris may have been meaning to place a different print on this page.
A group of visitors tour the offices of the Jamaica International Telecommunications Ltd. (Jamintel), 1959 - 1982
250 x 200 mm. Jamaica Information Service photograph by Ted Cunningham.
240 x 178 mm. A view showing the tree in the foreground with mountains beyond and the sea in the distance.
184 x 114 mm. A view (from the seashore) looking towards a residential house, with mountains beyond.
188 x 249 mm. A view along a path in the plantation, with a bearded man standing beside a cinchona tree. The caption continues: ‘The trees shown are Cinchona officinalis, chiefly self-sown seedlings (Newhaven Gap). In the foreground is Mr Nock, the Superintendent’.
After extensive research, the Malayan Dwarf was found to be highly resistant to the lethal yellowing disease, hence its importance to the Jamaican coconut industry as a replacement for the Jamaica Tall, 1959 - 1982
250 x 200 mm. Daily News photograph by Charles Kinkead.
139 x 88 mm. A postcard (original photograph) showing a school classroom with children sitting at their desks and nuns standing at the front of the room.
A collection of loose prints of various sizes, printed reproductions and other ephemera relating to the uniforms of overseas military units. The prints are by various photographers. The file also includes a photocopy copy of Tylden's Royal Commonwealth Society Library Talk - 'The history of the overseas armed forces' (10 April 1960).
220x133mm. View looking over the rooftops of Kingston towards the harbour. The street running south towards the harbour, with the London Hotel in the foreground, is unidentified (?possibly East Street).
219 x 134 mm. A view looking across a tightly planted field of banana plants in the Morant district of eastern Jamaica.
218 x 132 mm. A view showing a line of female labourers carrying a bunch of bananas on their heads with piles in the foreground awaiting collection. A rather blurred photograph.
216x133mm. Duplicate of Y307A/24, looking across a large banana plantation in the Morant District of eastern Jamaica.
193 x 243 mm. A view showing rows of tall banana plants, with a Jamaican labourer standing in the foreground.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.