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1. A Beautiful sunset A Beautiful sunsetSun - rising and setting ; PalmsPhotograph of the sunset from a Jamaican beach on which coconut trees are growing. A man is seen climbing one of the coconut trees.

2. A Bit on Kingston Harbour, Jamaica A Bit on Kingston Harbour, JamaicaBoats and boating - Jamaica ; Kingston HarbourPainting depicting Kingston Harbour. A sailboat is in the foreground with two smaller sailboats in the background and a ship can be seen in the distance. Coconut trees grow along the shoreline.

3. A Bungalow on the Hills, Jamaica A Bungalow on the Hills, JamaicaDwellings - JamaicaPainting depicting a typical bungalow in the hill districts of Jamaica which were favoured residential localities for the European inhabitants. Places such as Newcastle, Mandeville, Belle Vue, and Mal

4. A Cool verandah at Park Lodge, Jamaica A Cool verandah at Park Lodge, JamaicaVerandahs - JamaicaAn open verandah at Park Lodge, with rattan rocking chairs and loveseat and decorated with foliage plants.

5. A Glimpse of the Garden at Park Lodge, Jamaica A Glimpse of the Garden at Park Lodge, JamaicaGardens - JamaicaA view of the garden at Park Lodge showing profuse growth of foliage plants.

6. A Hill residence, Jamaica A Hill residence, JamaicaDwellings - JamaicaA house situated on a hill and surrounded by banana, breadfruit, and other fruit trees.

7. A is for assinoo, see how him 'stan A is for assinoo, see how him 'stanJamaican Alphabet ; DonkeysDrawing of a Jamaican market woman standing next to a donkey. A hamper of produce is being prepared to be placed on the donkey’s back. Gardner’s Jamaica Alphabet Series.

8. A Jamaica beauty show A Jamaica beauty showBeauty contests ; CostumesDrawing of eight Jamaican men balancing bankras on their heads, illustrating the stance and dress of the Jamaican labourer of the period.

9. A Jamaican Post Office, Dry Harbour A Jamaican Post Office, Dry HarbourPost offices - JamaicaDrawing of a building used as a post office in Dry Harbour (circa 1800s). A Jamaican peasant woman stands on the dirt track leading to the building. “Oilette” series.

10. A Native Fishing Boat, Jamaica A Native Fishing Boat, JamaicaBoats and boating ; FishermenFisherman in a native Jamaican fishing boat. Valentines Series.

11. A Negro hut A Negro hutSlave hutsA concrete-nog hut with a thatched roof. Outside the hut a man is seated, a woman stoops over a wooden wash-tub, and a child is standing.

12. A Palm fringed beach A Palm fringed beachBeachesA beach on which several coconut trees are growing.

13. A Path in the High Woods A Path in the High WoodsBanana treesA pathway in the woods surrounded on either side by banana trees and other fruit trees.

14. A Pathway in the Blue Mountains, Jamaica A Pathway in the Blue Mountains, JamaicaForests and forestry - JamaicaA pathway in the woods in the Blue Mountains surrounded by dense foliage.

15. A piece of prepared lace bark, Jamaica A piece of prepared lace bark, JamaicaTree barkA man standing next to a house and shaking out a piece of lace bark. The Lace bark tree (Lagetta lagetto) is so called as its inner bark can be separated into thin web-like pieces resembling fine lace

16. A Sugar Estate, Jamaica A Sugar Estate, JamaicaSugar estatesA Jamaican sugar estate illustrating the sugar works’ boiler house with chimney; labourers gathered around; donkey drawn carts; and harvested sugar cane.

17. Almalabre's Store - Innerview Almalabre's Store - InnerviewAlmalabre's Store ; Buildings - Earthquake effects - JamaicaAn inner view of Almalabre’s Store (Almalibre’s Store?) after it was destroyed in the 1907 earthquake in Jamaica.

18. An Old Sugar Estate An Old Sugar EstateSugar estatesThe boiler house chimney of an old sugar works at an old sugar estate.

19. At Dry Harbour At Dry HarbourBeaches; Dry HarbourA house situated at the water’s edge and surrounded by coconut trees at Dry Harbour.

20. B is for Buckra, 'berry badman. C is for puss, him name call Maria B is for Buckra, 'berry badman. C is for puss, him name call MariaJamaican alphabetDrawing of a European man described in the Jamaican vernacular of the period as ‘Backra Massa’ and in this stylized Jamaica Alphabet series as ‘B is for Buckra…’ A cat in the drawing is desc
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