It was always hot, typescript memoir, [1980s], of his timein the Colonial Police Service in Nigeria, Jamaica, Barbados and the LeewardIslands, 1924-1958.
Memoir of R.T. Michelin
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- ReferenceGB 161 MSS. Brit. Emp. s. 540
- Dates of Creation[1980s]
- Language of MaterialEnglish.
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Administrative / Biographical History
Reginald Townend Michelin (1903-1998), CMG (1957), CVO (1953), OBE (1952) tookthe post of Sub-Inspector, Police, Jamaica, 1924 and Inspector, Police, LeewardIslands, 1928. He was made Assistant Commissioner of Police, Nigeria, 1930, andCommissioner of Police, Barbados, 1949 and Jamaica, 1953, retiring in 1958.After his retirement he was General Manager of the Agualta Vale Estates, Jamaica,1958-1964 and held a post in the Jamaica Tourist Board, 1964-1973. In 1940 he married NinaGladys Faulkner, with whom he had one son and one daughter.
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