Public gardens, Barbados

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Title: Public gardens, Barbados
Author: The Main Library, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados is responsible for making this digital resource available.
Abstract: The Dolphin fountain was built in 1865 to commemorate the introduction of piped water in Bridgetown in 1861. It stands at the eastern end of Broad Street in the capital city of Bridgetown. The picture shows the fountain surrounded by palms and other vegetation. Resting on the side of the fountain is a bicycle. The back of the card says “My dear I can’t write by today’s mail, so must send this to let you both know we are well. [M] has felt better the last few days, sends love. We hope you both enjoyed your change and feel stronger, long for letters to hear all your news. When you see [D and E] give our love. We wrote them some days ago. Lots of love as ever. 1909." TO: Mrs. J. A Bellamy, C/O Mrs. W. D. Bellamy, 1776 E. 12th Street, Brooklyn, New York
Description: Landscape; black and white
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/13735
Date: 2012-11-26


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