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Collection by Genevieve Yu

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Old Manila

A view of Toyko Bazar still open and doing business in Manila one week before Japan bombed and invaded the Philippines. I wonder if the Japanese owners knew of the impending Japanese invasion. I understand that many Japanese business owners did know the Senior Citizen Humor, Philippine Architecture, Philippine Holidays, Philippines Culture, Filipino Culture, Visayas, Mindanao, Baguio, Pinoy

Toyko Bazar, Manila, Philippines, Dec. 1, 1941 (2)

A view of Toyko Bazar still open and doing business in Manila one week before Japan bombed and invaded the Philippines. I wonder if the Japanese owners knew of the impending Japanese invasion. I understand that many Japanese business owners did know the invasion was imminent

Photographs of the Philippines taken by United States military personnel. University of Michigan Special Collections Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Philippines Travel, Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Philippine Architecture, Philippine Holidays, Philippine Art

Binondo, Plaza Moraga, Manila, Philippines, “my store with my signs” written on the back, early 20th Century

Photographs of the Philippines taken by United States military personnel. University of Michigan Special Collections

Here are some of the most nostalgic things and places we no longer see in Manila. Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Philippines Travel, Retro Typography, Filipiniana, My Childhood Memories, Pinoy, Vintage Pictures, Vintage Ads

22 Things We No Longer See in Manila

Here are some of the most nostalgic things and places we no longer see in Manila.

A busy Pasig Riverbank, Manila with Cascos and Galleon Type ships and small ferries and boats over the river. Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Philippines Travel, Filipino Culture, Chinese Culture, Philippine Holidays, Historical Pictures, Historical Fiction, Over The River

A very busy Pasig River, Manila, Philippines, Early 20th Century

A time when convinces were few but life was good. Look into the picture to see all the different actives. Do you see the young boy jumping into the river with legs crossed and arms out? Underwood & Underwood

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A view of Toyko Bazar still open and doing business in Manila one week before Japan bombed and invaded the Philippines. I wonder if the Japanese owners knew of the impending Japanese invasion. I understand that many Japanese business owners did know the Senior Citizen Humor, Philippine Architecture, Philippine Holidays, Philippines Culture, Filipino Culture, Visayas, Mindanao, Baguio, Pinoy

Toyko Bazar, Manila, Philippines, Dec. 1, 1941 (2)

A view of Toyko Bazar still open and doing business in Manila one week before Japan bombed and invaded the Philippines. I wonder if the Japanese owners knew of the impending Japanese invasion. I understand that many Japanese business owners did know the invasion was imminent

Photographs of the Philippines taken by United States military personnel. University of Michigan Special Collections Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Philippines Travel, Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Philippine Architecture, Philippine Holidays, Philippine Art

Binondo, Plaza Moraga, Manila, Philippines, “my store with my signs” written on the back, early 20th Century

Photographs of the Philippines taken by United States military personnel. University of Michigan Special Collections

Here are some of the most nostalgic things and places we no longer see in Manila. Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Philippines Travel, Retro Typography, Filipiniana, My Childhood Memories, Pinoy, Vintage Pictures, Vintage Ads

22 Things We No Longer See in Manila

Here are some of the most nostalgic things and places we no longer see in Manila.

A busy Pasig Riverbank, Manila with Cascos and Galleon Type ships and small ferries and boats over the river. Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Philippines Travel, Filipino Culture, Chinese Culture, Philippine Holidays, Historical Pictures, Historical Fiction, Over The River

A very busy Pasig River, Manila, Philippines, Early 20th Century

A time when convinces were few but life was good. Look into the picture to see all the different actives. Do you see the young boy jumping into the river with legs crossed and arms out? Underwood & Underwood