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An activist of the clerk's union in the 1930s, Glasspole was an early member of the People's National Party, he was elected to the House of Representatives in the first universal suffrage elections, in 1944, from the constituency of East Kingston and Port Royal, and held the seat through every election until he was elevated to the office of Governor General in 1973. He held that office until 1991, when he was replaced by Sir Howard Cooke.
Sir Herbert Duffus
|Governor-General of Jamaica
1973 – 1991
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