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Collection by Jasmine Joy Fababeir

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In the heart of a native village, typical of life in the tropics. Philippines Culture, Philippines Vacation, Manila Philippines, Backpacking Ireland, Philippine Art, Filipino Culture, History Of Photography, Historical Architecture, Philippines

In the heart of a native village, typical of life in the tropics. Philippine Islands, early 20th Century

H. C. White Company

Caption: "Two Beautiful Tagalog Sisters" The Spanish garb makes their arms look short. Philippines Fashion, Philippines Culture, Philippines People, Manila Philippines, Cultura Filipina, Filipino Wedding, Filipiniana Dress, Filipino Fashion, Filipino Culture

old philippines : fashion from late 1800s to 1920 — myturtleneck

The Old Philippines archive of images is a source of immense inspiration. I love looking at the rarely seen fashion women wore in the Philippines at the turn of the century. The fabrics used were primarily the sheer piña fabric (pineapple fiber), abaca (banana fiber) and cotton. It's likely

A Philippine Lady, Manila, Philippine Islands, 1899 John T. Pilot Collections shared by: Binibini sa Sagingan Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Filipino Tattoos, Philippines Fashion, Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Philippine Women, Philippine Art, Maori

A Philippine Lady, Manila, Philippine Islands, 1899

Long ago and far away there was this city by the bay called Manila

Filipino food sellers near Santa Cruz Church, Manila, Philippines. Unknown date but late or early century. by John T Pilot Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Filipino Culture, Filipino Food, Filipino Architecture, Intramuros, African Tribes, Women In History, Art History

Flickriver: J. Tewell's photos tagged with philippines

Flickriver - view images as a 'river of photos' and more...

General Emilio Aguinaldo, one of philippine independentist movement leaders Emilio Aguinaldo, Philippines People, Philippines Culture, Philippine Army, President Of The Philippines, The Spanish American War, Filipino Culture, Asia, Pinoy

General Emilio Aguinaldo was officially considered the First President of the Philippines (1899-1901) and led Philippine forces first against Spain in the latter part of the Philippine Revolution (1896-1897), and then in the Spanish-American War (1898), and finally against the United States during the Philippine-American War (1899-1901). He was captured in 1901 and went into exile on Guam, finally returning to the Philippines decades later. #philippine history #history

Palm thatched homes, Paranaque City, (South of Manila) Philippines, early Century Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Filipino Culture, Chinese Culture, Ancient Greek Architecture, Gothic Architecture, Mindanao, Ancient Beauty, Vietnam Travel

Palm thatched homes, Paranaque City, (South of Manila) Philippines, early 20th Century

Underwood & Underwood

On November Gregorio Del Pilar, one of the youngest generals during the 1896 Philippine Revolution against Spain, was born in Bulacan, Bulacan. Popularly known as the “Boy General,” he became General Emilio Aguinaldo’s confidante and right-hand man. Philippines People, Philippines Culture, Philippine Army, Philippine Mythology, President Of The Philippines, Filipino Culture, Filipino Art, Jose Rizal, Filipino Fashion

Gregorio Del Pilar was born in Bulacan, Bulacan November 14, 1875

On November 14, 1875, Gregorio Del Pilar, one of the youngest generals during the 1896 Philippine Revolution against Spain, was born in Bulacan, Bulacan.

Pateros (Southeast Metro Manila), celebrating the year anniversary since the liberation of the village from Japanese occupation of WWII, War torn Pateros Church or San Roque Parish Church can be seen behind. by John T Pilot, via Flic Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, American War, American History, Filipino Culture, Filipino Art, Chinese Culture

Pateros (Southeast Metro Manila), celebrating the 1st year anniversary since the liberation of the village from Japanese occupation of WWII, Philippines,1946. War torn Pateros Church or San Roque Parish Church can be seen behind. by John T Pilot, via Flickr

Filipino women seeking help from American soldiers, Philippines, 1899 - philippines holiday Les Philippines, Philippines Culture, The Spanish American War, American History, Philippine Holidays, Boxer Rebellion, Filipino Culture, American Soldiers, Historical Pictures

Filipino women seeking help from American soldiers, Philippines, 1899

Look at the expressions on the ladies faces, a combination of fear and hope. Philippine American War This picture is from the original Photograph that is in the collections of the US Library of Congress.

Old Philippines colorized by Homer Fernandez Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Philippines Travel, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Filipino Culture, American War, Pinoy

Pasig River #VintagePhilippines #Philippines #Pilipinas #Pinas #Pinoy #Filipino #Filipina #Manila #vintage #photos #OldPhilippines #luma

Manila Cathedral, Intramuros, Manila, Philippines, Unknown date (Early century up to Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Philippines Travel, Filipino Architecture, Philippine Architecture, Gothic Architecture, Ancient Architecture, Fort Santiago, Philippine Holidays

Manila Cathedral, Intramuros, Manila, Philippines, Unknown date (Early 20th century up to 1930)

This is a scan from a stereo view card photograph. Stereo view cards were popular mid to late 1800s into the 1900s. I do not own or have the card in my possession.

Sari-sari store, Unknown location in the Philippines, early Century.The word sari-sari is Tagalog meaning "variety". Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Philippines Travel, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Filipino House, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Filipino Fashion

#Philippine_History . . A Sari-Sari Store during the early 1900's. The word sari-sari is Tagalog meaning "variety". (Photograped by John T Pilot)