Fort Santiago main gate, Intramuros, Manila, Philippines c1930s
The gate looks good in this picture, better than it looks today. I wonder if there are any plans to refurbish it? This old original photograph is in my personal collection.
Young Spanish mestizo women in native dress inside a pleasant Filipino home, Ermita, Manila, Philippines, 1899
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Full blooded native girl in reception attire, Manila, Philippines, 1899 or before
Illustration from the book: The Philippine Islands (1899) Author: Ranon Reyes Lala Continental Publishing Co., New York Possible copyright status: Not in copyright
Miss America, Mary Katherine Campbell, with Miss Philippines, Paz de los Reyes y Ongsiako. (The picture says Miss America 1924, but Mary was Miss America in 1922 and 1923.)
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THE BURDEN BEARERS of PHILIPPINES MOUNTAINOUS REGIONS --- Igorrote Women on the Trail
My title spelling of Igorot is unchanged from the original, and is found in a few variations in English from that time. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Igorot Ca.1900 stereoview taken during the days when America conquered and annexed the Philippines to the USA. The word "conquer" was used by the American 3-D publishing houses that issued these views of the USA's "new possession" --- such images giving visual delight to millions of Americans. What better way of introducing the natives of the…
Balay Pasuquin (Pasuquin House) at Sitio Remedios, a beach resort in Ilocos, Philippines overlooking the South China Sea. All the houses in the resort are lovely!
Photo description: A DAILY TASK The rice needed for each twenty-four hours is threshed daily, usually in the evening. The adherent inner husk is pounded off in a mortar, and then winnowed in flat shallow baskets. The child, worn out by the day just ending, is sleeping while swung on its mother's back. Image publisher: Univ. of California Press, Berkeley, Calif., 1922