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    • Mr. Sidney L. Martin, lecturer in Chemistry, UCWI, Mona, 1950.

    • Lecturers - Jamaica; College teachers - Jamaica; Martin, Sidney L.; Wardens - Jamaica; Principals (University) - Caribbean Area, English-speaking.
    • *Mr. Sidney L. Martin, lecturer in Department of Chemistry was a student at Wolmers Boys School and the Jamaica Scholar for 1937. He studied Chemistry at the Royal College of Science, South Kensington, London and received a Masters Degree in 1942....
    • Mr. Sidney L. Martin, lecturer in Department of Chemistry, 1950.

    • Lecturers - Caribbean Area, English-speaking; College teachers - Jamaica; Principals (University) - Caribbean Area, English-speaking; Wardens - Jamaica; Martin, Sidney L; College of Arts and Science, UCWI (Barbados).
    • *Mr. Sidney L. Martin, lecturer in the Department of Chemistry at the UCWI, Jamaica, 1950. Mr. Martin was a student at Wolmer's Boys School and was the 1937 Jamaica Scholar. He studied Chemistry at the Royal College of Science, South Kensington,...
    • Senate meeting, UWI, Mona, 1948/49

    • Meetings (Senate) - Jamaica; College administrators - Caribbean Area, English-speaking; Principals (University) - Caribbean Area, English-speaking; Registrars - Caribbean Area, English-speaking; Springer, H.; Taylor, T. W. J.; Harper, W. F.;...
    • *The Senate meeting of 1948/49. From left to right are Registrar Mr. H. Springer, Principal Dr. T.W.J. Taylor, Professor Harper, Professor Hassall, Mr. P.M. Sherlock and (foreground) Dr. F. H. Bowen. Dr. Taylor was the first Principal of the...
    • The Talisman

    • Love; Man-woman relationship
    • He decided that the wonderful almost mystical bonding between them as lovers had to be broken, and to him fell the unpleasant task. He felt that he had given his all to the affair while to her it was not serious but something she could set aside...
    • World's End

    • Death; Loss; Fathers and sons
    • The old man’s world seems to have come to an end with the death of his donkey, his only means of making a living. As he and his son inform the regular customers on his donkey cart route, a few show sympathy but most appear indifferent. Only when he...
    • Christmas Eve

    • Christmas stories; City and town life; Rural life; Interpersonal relations; loss
    • Christmas Eve is usually a time of food, laughter and good cheer, but for some like Connie, there is little cause to celebrate. In the country, she listens to her family’s chatter as they express their wishes for a better new year. Mass Jim talks...
    • Pepperpot  1975

    • Jamaican literature-20th century; Jamaica-Literary collections; Jamaica-Social life and customs-20th century---Fiction; Art, Jamaica; Artists-Jamaica; Jamaica School of Art
    • A magazine depicting mainly the personal and lighter side of Jamaica
    • Image 22_Pic#71_91_175_181_221_232

    • Special events - Jamaica; Lecturers - Jamaica; Baugh, Edward; Harding, Ossie; Brown, Aggrey; Caribbean Institute of Mass Communication (Jamaica); Robinson, Leslie; Vice-Chancellors- Caribbean Area, English-speaking.
    • Acting Vice Chancellor Professor Leslie Robinson addresses the audience at the launching of CARIMAC’s Tenth Anniversary celebrations on November 5th, 1984. Accompanying him on the platform is, from left, Professor Edward Baugh, Dean of the Faculty...
    • Dudley J. Thompson- Book Launch (Copy 3)

    • Books-Marketing; Authors, Jamaican; Thompson, Dudley J.
    • Another version of the overview of Dudley Thompson's book, which looks at significant contributors to black history. It also gives an insight into what motivated him to write this book. This version also has handwritten annotations.
    • Hot water

    • City and urban life; Interpersonal relations
    • A variety of scenes from city life: a vagrant arrested for loitering sentenced in court the next day; three mischievous boys playing on the beach; a man courting a somewhat reluctant nursemaid; an attempted blackmail that goes awry; a pregnant...
    • Don Wilson making a presentation at the podium

    • Lecturers - Jamaica; College teachers - Jamaica; Wilson, Don; Barbara Gloudon; Forrester, Olive; Hearne, John.
    • Dr. Don Wilson, Lecturer in the School of Education, contributing to the panel discussion on “Issues and Problems in the Language Arts in Jamaica”, at the New Education Lecture Theatre, UWI Mona on August 30, 1984. The discussion was one of the...
    • Erna Brodber and her son

    • Brodber, Erna; Authors, Jamaican; Mothers and sons - Jamaica.
    • Erna Brodber hugs her son Timothy on their verandah in Woodside. Tables and benches are seen in the background as a basic school was kept on the verandah after Hurricane Gilbert hit in 1988.

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