Vintage Manila

Collection by Rodge Rainier De Leon

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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

A rare photo of Jose Rizal, smiling.
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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
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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

Manila, Philippines. From New York Public Library Digital Collections.
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Manila, Philippines.

One of hundreds of thousands of free digital items from The New York Public Library.

Relive the memories of the old Philippines with these fascinating colorized photographs.
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Relive the memories of the old Philippines with these fascinating colorized photographs.

The Luneta and Manila Bay swimming beach, Manila, Philippines, before 1900
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The Luneta and Manila Bay swimming beach, Manila, Philippines, before 1900

Illustration from the book: The Inhabitants of the Philippines (1900) By Sawyer, Frederic Henry Read Publisher Scribner, New York Public domain not in copyright Legaspi-Urdaneta Monument is not there yet.

Family portrait of Fernando C. Amorsolo with his first wife, Salud Jorge, and their first child, Virginia. Source: Maestro Fernando C. Amorsolo
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Family portrait of Fernando C. Amorsolo with his first wife, Salud Jorge, and their first child, Virginia. Source: Maestro Fernando C. Amorsolo

1918 Queen of the Manila Carnival - Enriqueta Aldanese y Lasso de Vega.  #crown
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MANILA CARNIVALS 1908-1939

1920 QUEEN OF THE OCCIDENT. Virginia Harrison, daughter of Gov. Gen. Francis Burton Harrison, reigned alongside Trinidad de Leon, who was named Queen of the Orient. The 1920 Occidental Queen who shared honors with the Oriental Queen was an obvious choice—she was Virginia Randolph Harrison, daughter of then Philippine Gov. Gen. Francis Burton Harrison with his first wife, the heiress Mary Crocker of San Francisco. Born on 21 Oct. 1901, Virginia had a sister, Barbara, and lived a life of…

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

Photo of the Bridge of Spain, known as Puente España spanning Pasig riverPart of the Bridge of Spain a.k.a. Puente España spanning Pasig river in Manila, built by the Spaniards in 1632. The span has since been replaced by Jones Bridge (from Lawton going to Binondo.) Above photo was taken in 1899.
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Picture of the Bridge of Spain (Puente Espana) in Manila

A photo of the beautiful bridge in Manila spanning the Pasig river. Built by the Spaniards in 1632, now replaced by Jones bridge.

Escolta, the principal business street of Manila, Philippines, early 20th century | by J. Tewell
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Escolta, the principal business street of Manila, Philippines, early 20th century

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Francisco van Camp: Portrait of a Filipina

Francisco van Camp: Portrait of a Filipina

Francisco Van Camp: Portrait of a Filipina, 19th century

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