1968: The memorial for Sir Donald Sangster under construction. The memorial takes the form of four shafts, each starting at a base of two feet and curving upwards, outwards, and then inwards to a height of approximately 20 feet above the surrounding grade. A tomb of marble rests at the focal point of the protective shafts. It is set on a circular base of a radius of 15 feet.
2013: A well-kept Sir Donald Sangster monument outside National Heroes Park, National Heroes Circle, Kingston.
We continue our feature which looks at structures across the island in the early years, comparing them with what they look like today. Chief Photographer Norman Grindley has searched the archives of The Gleaner and visited these places.