I L LUST R AT I O N C R E D I TS
FIGURES
1
Donkey, posed for photographs, at Dunn’s River Falls (Ocho Rios, Jamaica), 2000. Photo-
graph by the author.
2
A Snapshot of Jamaica, guidebook cover, c. 1907. Courtesy of the Maryland Province Archives,
Box 23 Folder 7, Georgetown University Library, Special Collections Division, Washington,
D.C.
3
H. S. Duperly, ‘‘An Expert for a Three Miles Race, Kingston, Jamaica,’’ 1907–14, divided-back
postcard,
52
8 ×
33
8 in. Collection of the author.
4
Photographer unknown, ‘‘Chuh!!!,’’ 1907–14, real-photo postcard, × in. Private col-
lection, Kingston, Jamaica.
5
Page from a traveler’s album. A. Duperly and Sons, ‘‘Coconut Palms,’’ photograph framed by
foliage, c. 1890, 9 × 7 in. David Boxer Collection of Jamaican Photography. Private collection,
Kingston, Jamaica.
6
Marianne North, A Night-Flowering Crinum Lily and Ferns, in Jamaica, 1871, oil on canvas,
176
10 × 13¾ in. Courtesy of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
7
James Johnston, ‘‘Scene on the Rio Cobre,’’ in James Johnston, Jamaica, the New Riviera (Lon-
don: Cassell, 1903), 63.
8
James Johnston, ‘‘Royal Palms, Ravensworth, Spanish Town,’’ 1903, in James Johnston, Ja-
maica, the New Riviera (London: Cassell, 1903), 68.
9
Photographer unknown, ‘‘Golden Vale,’’ in United Fruit Company, Jamaica: British West Indies
(Boston: United Fruit Company, 1913), 29.
10
James Johnston, ‘‘Domestics with Yams, Cocoanuts, Etc.,’’ c. 1903. David Boxer Collection
of Jamaican Photography. Private collection, Kingston, Jamaica.
11
Photographer unknown, ‘‘Rafting on the Rio Grande—A Stop for Lunch,’’ c. 1910, albumen
print, 6 × 8 in. Collection of the author.
12
Photographer unknown, ‘‘The New Jamaica. Coat of Arms,’’ c. 1909, photograph, 8 × 10 in.
Courtesy of the Photographs and Prints Division, Schomburg Center for Research in Black
Culture, New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations.
13
J. W. Cleary, ‘‘Banana Carriers—Jamaica,’’ postmarked 1907, undivided-back postcard, ×
in. Collection of the author.
14
A. Duperly and Sons, ‘‘Castleton Gardens,’’ in A. Duperly and Sons, Picturesque Jamaica
(Kingston: n.p., 1908), 34.
15
James Johnston, ‘‘Hard Labour,’’ c. 1903, in James Johnston, Jamaica, the New Riviera (Lon-
don: Cassell, 1903), 49.
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