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    • 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...
    • Irvine Hall, UCWI, Mona, 1950

    • Student housing - Jamaica; Buildings - Jamaica; Irvine Hall (Jamaica).
    • *Side view of Irvine Hall from its accompanying parking lot. Irvine Hall was named after former VC of St Andrews University, Scotland, Sir James Irvine, a well-known carbohydrate chemist, who was instrumental in the development of the UCWI.
    • Irvine Hall, UCWI, Mona, 1950

    • Stduent housing - Jamaica; Buildings - Jamaica; Irvine Hall (Jamaica).
    • *Side view of Irvine Hall from its accompanying parking lot. The corridor leading to the main building is shown. Irvine Hall was named after former VC of St Andrews University, Scotland, Sir James Irvine, a well-known carbohydrate chemist, who was...
    • Irvine Hall, UCWI, Mona Campus, 1950

    • Student housing - Jamaica; Buildings - Jamaica; Irvine Hall (Jamaica).
    • *Front view of Irvine Hall from its accompanying parking lot. Irvine Hall was named after former VC of St Andrews University, Scotland, Sir James Irvine, a well-known carbohydrate chemist, who was instrumental in the development of the UCWI.
    • Irvine Hall, UCWI, 1950

    • Buildings - Jamaica; Student housing - Jamaica; Irvine Hall (Jamaica).
    • *Front view of Irvine Hall from its accompanying parking lot. Irvine Hall was named for former VC of St Andrews University, Scotland, Sir James Irvine, a well-known carbohydrate chemist, who was instrumental in the development of the UCWI.

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