Saint James (parish (political))
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
250 x 200 mm. The caption continues 'This photograph, taken in July 1981, shows the vast development which took place in Montego Bay during the 1970s. Despite keen competition from other resort area, Montego Bay remains the most popular tourist centre in the island'.
Montego Bay, circa 1959, the most popular tourist resort and second largest town in Jamaica. It is situated on the north-western coast of Jamaica, 1959
250 x 200 mm.
229 x 291 mm (overall), 101 x 139 mm (image). Halftone print. Studio name printed as part of image, print inscribed by hand in ink, au recto, below image. Photograph is taken from an elevated location and shows treetops and rooftops at the coast. Open water, a ship and land are visible in the background.
100 x 76 mm. Showing the crumbling outer walls of the old monastery at Miranda Hill, Montego Bay.
148 x 198 mm. A view of the monument erected in 1905 to celebrate the first English landing in Barbados three hundred years before from the ship 'Olive Blossom.' 'They erected a cross and inscribed on a tree the words 'James K of E and this island' thus constituting possession for the crown in whose uninterrupted possession this island has remained' (part of inscription on monument).
Showing the small bay with the open sea beyond where the passengers from the 'Olive Blossom' landed in 1605.
153 x 103 mm. Showing Jamaicans standing beside the line, with a train approaching in the distance. Photograph by Dr. Sinclair.