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Coconut raft in Pasig River Filipino Architecture, Philippine Architecture, Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Pictures, President Of The Philippines, The Spanish American War

Busy canal, Manila, Philippines, late 19th or early 20th Century

Busy canal off of the Pasig River. Seems that traffic jams are nothing new to Manila. See the man in the small boat trying to push the coconuts over far enough so he can get his small boat by. This photograph was taken from the Escolta Street Bridge over the Estero Reina connecting Escolta to Plaza Goiti looking north towards Calle Tetuan that are where the buildings are in the distance. There was no bridge across Dasmarinas Street at this time. The structure on the left is where the Post…

Quiapo – 1941 Plaza Miranda in the heart of Quiapo District, is named after Jose Sandino y Miranda, who served as secretary of the treasury of the Philippines for 10 years beginning in 1853 * LIFE archive ~ Mutya ~ Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Filipino Architecture, Philippine Holidays, Filipino Culture, Photo Essay, Pictures To Paint, Vintage Pictures, Historical Photos

Quiapo - 1941 Plaza Miranda in the heart of Quiapo District, is named after Jose Sandino y Miranda, who served as secretary of the treasury of the Philippines for 10 years beginning in 1853 * LIFE archive ~ Mutya ~

Philippine National Bank (Masonic Temple) & Escolta from north end of Santa Cruz bridge Manila Philippines 1940 Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Philippines Travel, Filipino Architecture, Philippine Architecture, Philippine Holidays, Intramuros, Masonic Temple, Filipino Culture

Philippine National Bank (Masonic Temple) & Escolta from north end of Santa Cruz bridge, Manila, Philippines, 1940

Pre-WWII Manila as the Pearl of the Orient before WWII took it all away with the Japanese invasion one year later. Photographer: Harrison Forman 1904-1978 This image is from the original negative held in the collections at the American Geographical Society Library (AGSL), University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee USA. Copyright: Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System. For reproductions please contact the AGSL: collections.lib.uwm.edu/cdm/#AGSL Link to Philippine Island images in the…

Metropolitan Theater, & newly opened Magnolia Rendezvous, Manila, Philippines, May 1948 Filipino Architecture, Philippine Architecture, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Pictures, Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Treaty Of Paris, President Of The Philippines

Metropolitan Theater, & newly opened Magnolia Rendezvous, Manila, Philippines, May 1948

Was the Magnolia Rendezvous a restaurant or an ice cream parlor? Photographer: Jack Birns Photograph taken by a “Life” magazine photographer. For personal non-commercial use only This image is copyrighted.

Philippines, pedestrian and car traffic on streets of Manila Regions Of The Philippines, Les Philippines, Philippines Culture, Exotic Beaches, Tropical Beaches, Filipino Architecture, Philippine Holidays, University Of Wisconsin, Women In History

Escolta Street, Manila, Philippines, Oct.-Nov. 1940

A little over one year away from when it all would change. Photographer: Harrison Forman, 1904-1978 This image is from the original negative held in the collections at the American Geographical Society Library (AGSL), University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee USA. Copyright: Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System. For reproductions please contact the AGSL: collections.lib.uwm.edu/cdm/#AGSL Link to Philippine Island images in the AGSL collections…

1941 Manila Philippines target of Japan Bombers WWII Vintage Press Photo - philippines holiday Filipino Architecture, Ancient Greek Architecture, Gothic Architecture, Philippine Holidays, Intramuros, Manila Philippines, Walled City, Grand Mosque, Going Out Of Business

1941 Manila Philippines target of Japan Bombers WWII Vintage Press Photo

Manila Target of Jap Bombers Manila, P. I. ….. This peaceful scene, showing the Pasig River and the commercial district of Manila, underwent a tragic change today, according the latest reports from the Philippine Capital. Japanese bombers, ignoring international law, swooped down and blasted the open city, destroying many buildings and causing heavy loss of life. The bombers blasted shipping on the Pasig, which bisects Manila, and started fires in the commercial district. Photo with news…

A view of Church from San Fernando St. Bridge from way back :) Source: Bahay Tsinoy Museum, 32 Anda St. Philippines Fashion, Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Filipino Architecture, Philippine Architecture, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Philippine Holidays

A view of #Binondo Church from San Fernando St. Bridge from way back :) #ThrowbackThursday #TBT #Nostalgia #Philippines Source: Bahay Tsinoy Museum, 32 Anda St. cor. Cabildo St., Intramuros, Manila

Jr. de la Union, 1900 Peru, Filipino Architecture, Filipino Culture, Call Of Cthulhu, Timeline Photos, Pinoy, Vintage Pictures, Manila, Philippines

Lima la Unica

Una vista del Jr. de la Unión en el año 1900. Aporte de Mario Zavala para Lima la Unica.

President William Howard Taft man from right) in front of the Ayuntamiento, the then House of the First Philippine Assembly, Intramuros, Manila. The Ayuntamiento was used as the meeting place for the Philippine Assembly convened in Ruined by th Filipino Architecture, Philippine Architecture, Retro Pi, Fort Santiago, Treaty Of Paris, President Of The Philippines, The Spanish American War, Philippine Art, Intramuros

President William Howard Taft (3rd man from right) in front of the Ayuntamiento, the then House of the First Philippine Assembly, Intramuros, Manila. The Ayuntamiento was used as the meeting place for the Philippine Assembly convened in 1907. Ruined by the bombardment of Manila in 1945 it has never been restored.

Just before Manila, the Pearl of the Orient changed forever with the Japanese invasion. Photographer: Carl Mydans LIFE Magazine © Time Inc Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Filipino Architecture, Time Inc, Air Raid, Shopping Street, Tropical Beaches, Tourist Places, Back In Time

Street of Faded Glory — Positively Filipino | Online Magazine for Filipinos in the Diaspora

The Escolta was Manila’s gem of a shopping street, until neglect and idiotic city officials made it go to seed.

This is a colour postcard of Manila, Philippines. It shows a beautiful lively view of Rizal Avenue with a lot of Buses and Cars at night. This postcard was published by Colourpicture Publisher’s Inc. in the Distributed by National Book Store, Manila. Filipino Architecture, Philippine Architecture, National Book Store, Filipino Culture, Makati, Manila Philippines, What A Wonderful World, Urban Photography, Pinoy

This is a colour postcard of Manila, Philippines. It shows a beautiful lively view of Rizal Avenue with a lot of Buses and Cars at night. This postcard was published by Colourpicture Publisher’s Inc. in the 1960s. Distributed by National Book Store, Manila.

Busy crowded Plaza Goiti (Plaza Lacson today), Santa Cruz Church, 1930 Filipino Architecture, Philippines Culture, University Of Wisconsin, Pinoy, Public Transport, Manila, Places To Visit, Street View, History

Busy crowded Plaza Goiti (Plaza Lacson today), Santa Cruz Church, 1930

In the early 20th Century Plaza Lacson was the center hub of public transportation for Manila, tranvias, (electric streetcars) etc. This image is from the original negative held in the collections at the American Geographical Society Library (AGSL), University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee USA. Copyright: Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System. For reproductions please contact the AGSL: collections.lib.uwm.edu/cdm/#AGSL Link to Philippine Island images in the AGSL collections…