UWI Mona

Part 2: Do you know this building? YES

Photo by George “Gemmie” Morris

This week’s photo is from the UWIM George “Gemmie” Morris Collection. Look carefully and identify the building in the photograph.

Please leave your response in the comment section. The name and location of the building will be confirmed or posted next Thursday.

This is indeed the Registry/Bursary/Admin. building

We know you would enjoy a challenge so we decided to edit the image for the teaser post. Here is the original picture taken by George Morris.

Do You Know This Building? YES!

Are you a student, alumni, staff or former staff of the UWI, Mona Campus? How well do you know the Mona campus landscape? The UWI Museum is giving you an opportunity to test your knowledge of the campus landscape by engaging in an exciting activity of identifying the building(s) in photographs of the Mona Campus from the late 1940s onwards.

Over the next few months we will be posting on our social media pages thought provoking photos that will either drag your memory or stimulate your imagination.

Photo by Dr. Owen Minott.

HISTORY & ARCHAEOLOGY AT MONA

The Mona campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI) draws its name from the old Mona sugar estate on which it is set. Mona was the last sugar estate in the parish of St Andrew to go out of production, taking off its last crop in 1908. It is a history that has left many trails, only some of which we have fully explored.

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