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    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Thunderhead

    • City and town life
    • The author provides short insights into the lives of different people in the city at a time of social turbulence: Joie and Sam looks forward to Christmas together but tragedy intervenes; a seventeen year old boy furtively tries to seduce a girl...
    • PUBLIC OPINION _Vol.1 _No.11_May 1, 1937

    • Public opinion-Jamaica-20th century; Jamaica-Government and politics-Periodicals; Jamaica-Social life and customs; Fianance, Public-Jamaica; Government spending policy-Jamaica; Urban renewal-Jamaica: Housing-Jamaica; Attorney General's...
    • A weekly Jamaican newspaper in the 1930s which provides news and views about politics; lifestyle; arts and entertainment; and more
    • PUBLIC OPINION _Vol.1 _No.33_October 2,1937

    • Public opinion-Jamaica-20th century; Jamaica; Government and politics-Periodicals; Public health-Jamaica; Jamaica-Social life and customs; Jamaica-Economic conditions; Jamaica-Social conditions; Motion pictures-Social aspects-Jamaica;...
    • A weekly Jamaican newspaper in the 1930s which provides news and views about politics; sports; lifestyle; entertainment; culture; and more
    • PUBLIC OPINION _Vol.1 _No.41_November 27,1937

    • Public opinion-Jamaica-20th century; Jamaica Government and politics-Periodicals; Jamaica-Social life and customs; Short stories (Caribbean), English; Drinking of alcoholic beverages-Jamaica; Medicinal plants; Diet in disease
    • A weekly Jamaican newspaper in the 1930s which provides news and views about politics; sports; lifestyle; entertainment; culture; and more
    • PUBLIC OPINION _Vol.1 _No.32_September 25,1937

    • Public opinion-Jamaica-20th century; Jamaica Government and politics-Periodicals; Jamaica-Social life and customs; Jamaica-Economic conditions; Jamaica-Social conditions; Sports-Caribbean Area; Motion pictures-Social aspects-Jamaica
    • A weekly Jamaican newspaper in the 1930s which provides news and views about politics; sports; lifestyle; entertainment; culture; and more
    • A Ladder to the stars

    • Political fiction ; Jamaica - Politics and government
    • Blake, Barlow, Osgood and company discuss the pros and the cons of self-government for Jamaica and the country’s readiness to take that path. Central to this concept is the establishment of a university which Barlow finds exciting as he gazes at...
    • 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...

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