Greater Antilles (island group)
Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
[A banyan tree, Jamaica], 1895 - 1913
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.
[Banana plantation, Jamaica], 1879 - 1913
193 x 243 mm. A view showing rows of tall banana plants, with a Jamaican labourer standing in the foreground.
Birds-eye view of Kingston, 1900 - 1910
230 x 178 mm. A view looking down on Kingston, the Harbour and the surrounding countryside from the Long Mountain.
Blue Hole, Port Antonio, 1900 - 1910
228 x 177 mm. A view looking down on an enclosed stretch of water with palm trees in the foreground and two cabins on the small island in the centre of the photograph.
Bog Walk, 1900 - 1910
231 x 178 mm. Showing a horse and buggy driving along a country road beside the Rio Cobre, with forest on either side.
[Carrying bananas to market], 1900 - 1910
178 x 229 mm. Showing a Jamaican carrying large bunches of bananas on his back.
[Constant Spring Hotel], 1879 - 1913
Constant Spring Hotel, 1900 - 1910
Hope Gardens, 1900 - 1910
[?Hope Gardens, near Kingston], 1879 - 1913
239 x 188 mm. A view showing various kinds of palms and shrubs with paths and lawns in the background. Probably the Hope Gardens.
[King Street, Kingston], 1900 - 1910
230 x 181 mm. A view from the top floor of a building looking along King Street with mountains in the distance.
[King Street, Kingston], 1900 - 1910
229 x 180 mm. A view from the harbour looking along King Street towards the mountains in the distance. The street itself is crowded with promenading Jamaicans, while in the foreground stands the Metcalfe Statue with the Victoria Market to the right.
King's House, 1908 - 1910
232 x 178 mm. A view from the lawn showing the back of the new King's House in St. Andrew on the Liguanea Plain (a different building to that in Spanish Town seen in plate 9). The building, designed by Sir Charles Nicholson after the former Kings House, Bishop's Lodge, had been destroyed in the earthquake of 1907. It is constructed from reinforced concrete and comprises three floors with rooms arranged around an open patio.
[Kingston Harbour], 1900 - 1910
230 x 177 mm. A view from the harbour showing steamers moored at the wharves on the Kingston dockside, with mountains in the distance.
Market Women, 1900 - 1910
229 x 180 mm. Showing a group of Jamaican women and a donkey posing by the roadside with baskets of produce on their heads.
[Military cantonments at Newcastle], 1900 - 1910
Myrtle Bank Hotel, 1900 - 1910
Port Antonio, 1900 - 1910
231 x 178 mm. A view looking down from a hillside above the town on to the small harbour, with house and shops clustered at the water's edge.
Rio Cobre Canal, 1879 - 1913
230 x 178 mm. A view showing five Jamaicans posing for the camera on the palm-lined banks of the narrow canal. The title is taken from the pencilled caption on the back of the print.
[?Roaring River Falls], 1900 - 1910
229 x 179 mm. Showing a waterfall composed of several cascades, possibly the Roaring River Falls.
[Unidentified Jamaican town], 1900 - 1910
228 x 177 mm. A view looking across fields towards a small town (possibly Mandeville: compare the Court House seen at the left of this picture with plate 12) with mountains in the distance.
Wag Water [River] Castleton, 1900 - 1910
231 x 177 mm. Showing the rocky bed of the Wag Water River running through hilly scrubland. The river runs northward through Castleton to the sea at Annotto Bay.
White River, 1900 - 1910
230 x 178 mm. Showing a group of Jamaicans washing in and gathering water from the river. The White River enters the sea on the north coast between Ochos Rios and Oracabossa.