Double click Image above to see it in full Screen………… Grenada boast of a very colourful history. Here are some views showing the landscape of the town of St. George.
Double click Image above to see it in full Screen………… Did you know that Market Hill was also called Constitution Hill, once upon a time. Up to the middle 1900’s Constitution Hill / Market Hill was paved in Cobble Stone and not used for vehicle traffic. Soon after it was paved in Asphalt became the main…
The Carenage Collection c. 1982 One of the most picturesque harbours in the Caribbean, the Carenage. Photos courtesy Photographer Adri Bisenberger © COPYRIGHT 2010 – 2011 Adri Bisenberger – Bisenberger@yahoo.com
A busy day on Young street in the capital of St. Georges Grenada. Did you know traffic went both up and down Young Street c. 1930’s.
We take a look back at some personalities of Grenada’s post independence era. Photos courtesy – Jim Rudin Yellow Poui Art Gallery.
Sir. Eric Matthew Gairy visiting Gouyave born New York union executive the late Peter Ottley (center) and VIP guest, Secretary of State for New York, John Lomenzo (right) c. 1980’s
A gala reception was held in the early 1980’s at Spice Island Inn in honor of international movie actor, producer, author Sir Peter Ustinov and his wife Helene. Among the dignitaries at that reception were: – Sir. Eric Matthew Gairy former Prime Minister of Grenada. Sir. Royston Hopkin & his late wife Floreen, among the…
Did you know at the Intersection of Young Street & Carenage was a Chase Manhattan Bank (National Association) operating in Grenada in the c. 1960’s. Photos courtesy – Jim Rudin Yellow Poui Art Gallery.
You can only imagine how the photographer took this exciting photo… There is an adventure behind this photo! Photos courtesy – Jim Rudin Yellow Poui Art Gallery.