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    • 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...
    • Erna Brodber speaks at "reasonings on Emancipation 1997"

    • Brodber, Erna; Authors, Jamaican; Politicians - Jamaican; Whiteman, Burchell.
    • Dr. Erna Brodber addressing enquiries during the question and answer segment of the public seminar on "Reasonings on Emancipation 1997" at the Joint Trade Unions Resrach Development Centre in Kingston. Beside her is the Minister of Education, Youth...
    • Van presented to Cocoa Research Unit, UWI, Mona.

    • Gifts - Jamaica; Cocoa Research Unit (UWI, Mona); Pitter, Marcus; Robinson, Leslie; Fagan, Henry.
    • Acting Vice Chancellor, Professor Leslie Robinson (right) smilingly hands over the keys of the 1984 Toyota Van (in background) to Dr. Henry Fagan, Research Fellow in the Faculty of Agriculture Unit at the UWI’s Mona Campus. The van is a gift from...
    • Irvine Hall, UCWI, 1952

    • Student housing - Jamaica; Buildings - Jamaica; Irvine Hall (Jamaica).
    • *The female undergraduate’s room at Irvine Hall with a student at study. 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...
    • Irvine Hall, UCWI, 1950

    • Buildings- Jamaica; Student housing - Jamaica; Irvine Hall (Jamaica).
    • *Angular view of Irvine Hall dormitories. 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

    • 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, 1950

    • Buildings - Jamaica; Student hosuing - Jamaica; Irvine Hall (Jamaica).
    • *Front right view of Irvine Hall. 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 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.
    • Irvine Hall, UCWI, Mona, 1950.

    • Student housing - Jamaica; Buildings - Jamaica; Irvine Hall (Jamaica).
    • *Side view of Irvine Hall with workers during the construction process in 1950. 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...
    • Start of something again

    • Man-woman relationship; Interpersonal relations; Hurricanes
    • Duckett and Silver meet regularly at their favourite restaurant to talk about art and politics as the city grows restless in the aftermath of a devastating hurricane. During this time, Silver is flirting dangerously with a married woman right...
    • Hurricane

    • Historical fiction
    • The hurricane sweeping over the land not only destroys Crawford’s banana plantation but also unleashes destruction in his family as he learns of his daughter falling in love with the young overseer at Severn. This unwelcome development and the loss...

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