CELEBRATING UWI ARCHIVES: My Favourite Record!!

Roots of the West Indian Pelican

We, the staff of the University Archives, are privileged custodians of the valuable records of The UWI.  To celebrate International Archives Day 2014, we  present to you to a snapshot of the various people, places and things that make up the colourful tapestry that is part of The University of the West Indies, our favourite records…

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Mr. John Aarons with the Minutes of the Provisional Council of the University College of the West Indies, 1947-1957. Mr. John Aarons with the Minutes of the Provisional Council of the University College of the West Indies, 1947-1957.

Dr Suzanne Francis-Brown with the 'instructional letter' from Lord Hailes, Governor General, West Indies Federation. Dr Suzanne Francis-Brown with the ‘instructional letter’ from Lord Hailes, Governor General, West Indies Federation.

Mrs Joan Grant-Rodney, the Mary Seacole Hall Mural Mrs Joan Grant-Rodney, sketches of the Mary Seacole Hall Mural

Mr. Adrian Green with The Royal Charter of The University of the West Indies, 1972. Mr. Adrian Green with The Royal Charter of The University of the West Indies, 1972.

Dr Stanley H. Griffin with the Mona Campus Matriculation Register, 2001. Dr Stanley H. Griffin with the Mona Campus Matriculation Register, 2001.

Ms Colleen Jackson with a cassette recording of "Ms Lou" Mrs Louise Bennett-Coverley Ms Colleen Jackson with a cassette recording of “Ms Lou” Mrs Louise Bennett-Coverley, prominent Jamaican folklorist and poet.

Mr Sean Mock Yen with a recording of CLR James' "Beyond a Boundary" Mr Sean Mock Yen with a recording of…

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