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Photograph Collection - Rizal Library
Updated: Oct. 10,
10, 2011
AMERICAN HISTORICAL COLLECTION
Index Guide
to the
Photograph Collection
PART I
General Collection
Title
Envelop No.
No. of Photos
AGUINALDO,
AGUINALDO, EMILIO
1
13
AIR SEA RESCUE
2
3
AMERICAN CEMETERY
3
9
AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
4
2
AMERICAN HISTORICAL COLLECTION
5
63
AMERICAN HISTORICAL COMMITTEE
6
12
AMERICANS
AMERICANS IN THE PHILIPPINES
7
45
AMERICANS IN THE PHILIPPINES
8
15
AMOS COLLECTION
9
16
ANTIANTI-AMERICAN DEMONSTRATIONS
10
20
ARMY AND NAVY CLUB
11
74
ATOMIC BOMB (HIROSHIMA,
(HIROSHIMA, JAPAN)
12
2
AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY
13
5
BADJAOS (TRIBE)
14
11
BAGUIO CITY, 19041904-1926
15
35
BAGUIO CITY
16
29
17
64
(Heilbronn Collection)
(Evans Collection)
BAGUIO CITY – PREPRE-WAR
BAGUIO CITY, 19421942-1945
18
7
BAGUIO COUNTRY CLUB
19
45
BAGUIO HYDROHYDRO -ELECTRIC PLANT
20
15
BAMBOO ORGAN
21
1
BANAUE RICE TERRACES
22
3
BARASOAIN CHURCH (MALOLOS)
23
4
BATAAN (PROVINCE) – 19401940-1942
24
11
BATTLE OF CALOOCAN
25
11
BATTLE OF MANILA, 1898
26
15
BEIGHTLER, ROBERT S.
27
3
BELL, C. JASPER
28
1
BENGUET (PROVINCE)
29
5
BEYER, H. OTLEY
30
1
BILIBID PRISON
31
6
BINONDO
BINONDO (MANILA)
32
12
BINONDO CHURCH
33
9
BONTOC PROVINCE
34
14
BRIDGE OF SPAIN (MANILA)
35
16
BRIDGES
36
16
BRYANT, RALPH LEE COLLECTION
3636-A
32
BUKIDNON (PROVINCE)
37
23
(Evans Collection)
BULACAN (PROVINCE)
38
2
CAMP JOHN HAY
39
36
CAPIZ (PROVINCE)
40
3
CAVITE (PROVINCE)
41
18
CEBU (PROVINCE) – PREPRE-WAR
42
61
CEBU (PROVINCE) – 1945
43
7
CHURCHES
44
37
COCKFIGHTING
COCKFIGHTING
45
9
CONGRESS (HOUSE/SENATE)
46
3
CONNOR, JOE, R.
47
3
CORREGIDOR (BATAAN) – PREPRE-WAR
48
23
CORREGIDOR (BATAAN) – 19421942-1945
49
72
CORREGIDORCORREGIDOR -BATAAN MEMORIAL COMM.
50
1
COSTUME – PHILIPPINES
51
29
COTABATO (PROVINCE)
52
12
CUBI POINT NAVAL STATION
53
13
CULTURAL MINORITIES
54
54
CULTURAL MINORITIES
55
20
DAVAO (PROVINCE)
56
6
DEATH MARCH, 1942
57
3
DEWEY, GEORGE
58
5
(Evans Collection)
DICKINSON, CHARLES D. – VISIT, 1910
59
42
EDUCATION, 19001900-1946
60
27
ELKS CLUB
61
6
ERMITA (MANILA)
62
7
ESCOLTA (MANILA)
63
14
EVANS, DANIEL
64
17
(And Collection)
FALL OF CORREGIDOR
CORREGIDOR – 50th ANNIVERSARY
6464-A
FILIPINOS (GENERAL)
65
17
FILIPINOS AND AMERICANS, 1898 -
66
41
FLAGS
67
7
FORBES, WILLIAM C.
68
30
FOREIGN RELATIONS – UNITED STATES
69
16
FORT STOTSENBERG
70
32
GOITI SQUARE
71
5
GOVERNORS – GENERAL
72
27
HALSEMA, JAMES J. COLLECTION
73
23
HARGROVE COLLECTION
7373-A
29
HAY, JOHN
74
1
HEALD COLLECTION
75
7
HEILBRONN COLLECTION
76
72
HISTORIC HOUSES, SITES, ETC.
77
21
3
HUBBEL, GEORGE W. (Monument)
78
8
IGOROTS (TRIBE)
79
38
ILOILO (PROVINCE)
80
16
INDEPENDENCE DAY
8080-A
22
INDUSTRIES
81
9
INTRAMUROS (MANILA) – PREPRE-WAR
82
58
INTRAMUROS
INTRAMUROS (MANILA) – 19411941-1945
83
12
IWAHIG AND DAVAO PENAL COLONY
84
23
JAPANESE ATROCITIES
85
33
JAPANESE KEMBU GROUP REMAINS
86
13
JAPANESE OCCUPATION, 19421942-1945
87
12
JAPANESE SURRENDER
88
33
JUSMAG – 25th ANNIVERSARY
89
11
LANAO (PROVINCE)
90
7
LAWTON, HENRY W. (Monument)
91
10
LEYTE (PROVINCE) -- PREPRE-WAR
92
5
LEYTE (PROVINCE) – 1945
93
31
LEYTE LANDING – OCTOBER, 1944
94
10
LIBERATION, 1945
95
27
LINGAYEN (PANGASINAN) – 19421942-1945
96
6
LOS BANOS INTERNMENT CAMP
97
12
MACARTHUR, ARTHUR, SR.
98
3
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS
99
20
MAGALLANES MONUMENT
100
4
MALABON
101
11
MALACAÑANG PALACE
102
8
MALATE (MANILA)
103
7
MALOLOS (BULACAN)
104
21
MANILA – 18981898-1920
105
71
MANILA – 19211921-1940
106
33
MANILA – 19411941-1945
107
39
MANILA DESTRUCTION, 1945
108
52
MANILA – 1946 -
108108-A
MANILA “AT THE TURN OF THE CENTURY”
CENTURY”
109
13
MANILA – “THEN”
110
27
MANILA (POSTCARDS)
111
30
MANILA BAY
112
9
MANILA CATHEDRAL
113
16
MANILA HOTEL
114
35
MANILA MOTOR WORKS, INC.
114114-A
23
3
(F.V.D. Reyes Collection)
MANILA OBSERVATORY
115
2
MANILA POLO CLUB
116
19
MASONIC PERSONALITIES, INC.
117
24
MEMORIAL DAY SERVICES
118
8
MEYER COLLECTION
118118-A
8
MILITARY CAMPS
119
45
MINDANAO
MINDANAO – 18981898-1941
119119-A
35
MINDANAO – 19421942-1945
120
18
MOUNTAIN PROVINCE
121
48
MUSLIM FILIPINOS
122
93
NEGROS (PROVINCE)
123
5
OSMEÑA, SERGIO, 18781878-1961
124
15
PACO CEMETERY
125
11
PALAWAN (PROVINCE)
(PROVINCE)
126
13
PAMPANGA (PROVINCE)
127
19
PASIG RIVER
128
19
PHILIPPINEPHILIPPINE-AMERICAN WAR, 18991899-1901
129
127
PHILIPPINEPHILIPPINE-AMERICAN WAR, 18991899-1901
130
130
PHILIPPINE
PHILIPPINEINE-AMERICAN WAR, 18991899-1901
131
34
PHILIPPINEPHILIPPINE-AMERICAN WAR, 18991899-1901
132
18
PHILIPPINE COMMISSION
132132-A
PHILIPPINE COMMONWEALTH, 19351935-1948
133
18
PHILIPPINE COUNTRYSIDE
134
64
(Evans Collection)
(SPETH COLLECTION)
4
PHILIPPINE GENERAL HOSPITAL
135
14
PHILIPPINE HISTORY – SPANISH PERIOD
136
11
PHILIPPINE HISTORY – 18981898-1946
137
72
PHILIPPINE REPUBLIC, 19461946-1948
138
19
PIONEERS CLUB
139
4
PORTS (MANILA)
140
26
POST OFFICE (MANILA)
141
5
POSTCARDS
POSTCARDS
142
47
PROVINCES
143
22
PROVINCES
144
6
QUEZON, MANUEL L., 18781878-1944
145
3
QUIAPO CHURCH (MANILA)
146
3
REFUGEES, VIETNAMESE (Rescue Operation)
147
8
RIZAL, JOSE P., 18611861-1896
148
13
ROTARY CLUB OF MANILA
149
9
ST. LUKE’S HOSPITAL
HOSPITAL
150
103
ST. PAUL’S HOSPITAL
150150-A
1
SAN AGUSTIN CHURCH (MANILA)
151
6
SAN FERNANDO (LA UNION)
152
15
SAN SEBASTIAN BASILICA (MANILA)
(MANILA)
153
3
STA. CRUZ CHURCH (MANILA)
154
4
(Evans Collection)
STO. DOMINGO CHURCH (MANILA)
155
3
STO. TOMAS INTERNMENT CAMP
156
30
SEATO
157
2
SPANISHSPANISH- AMERICAN WAR, 1898
158
46
SPETH, E. COLLECTION
159
85
SPORTS
160
8
STERNBERG, DAVID
161
16
SUBIC (OLONGAPO)
162
66
TAFT, WILLIAM H.
163
13
THOMASITES
164
57
UNITED NATIONS
165
2
U.S. AID
166
60
U.S. AMBASSADOR TO THE PHILIPPINES
167
13
U.S. AMBASSADORS – RESIDENCE
168
109
USAFFE (WWII OFFICERS)
169
71
U.S. ARMY’S PHIL. CAMPAIGN MAPS (1945(1945-1946)
170
19
U.S. EMBASSY
171
29
U.S. EMBASSY – GROUNDS/COMPOUND, ETC.
172
95
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES
173
4
VETERANS ARMY OF THE PHILIPPINES
174
4
VIGAN (ILOCOS SUR)
175
4
VOLUNTEER REGIMENTS
176
13
WAINWRIGHT, JONATHAN
177
5
WAR CRIME TRIAL
178
1
WOOD, LEONARD
179
3
WOODWOOD-FORBES MISSION
180
132
WORCESTER, DEAN C.
181
2
WORLD WAR, 19421942-1945
182
88
WORLD WAR, 19421942-1945 (Mounted)
182182-A
13
ZAMBOANGA (PROVINCE)
183
69
MISCELLANEOUS PHOTOS
184
11
185
28
186
71
(Contact Prints)
MISCELLANEOUS PHOTOS
(Not Philippine Scenes)
MISCELLANEOUS PHOTOS
(Personalities, Events, Etc.)
Total
Total No. of Photos
= 4, 696
PART II
Group A
U.S. Presidents, Vice Presidents,
Presidents, Cabinet Members
Title
Envelop No.
No. of Photos
PRESIDENTS – UNITED STATES
1
38
WASHINGTON, GEORGE (1789(1789-1797)
2
5
LINCOLN, ABRAHAM (1861(1861-1865)
3
1
ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. (1933(1933-1945)
4
9
TRUMAN, HARRY S. (1945(1945-1953)
5
17
EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D. (1953(1953-1961)
6
7
KENNEDY, JOHN F. (1961(1961-1963)
7
9
JOHNSON, LYNDON B. (1963(1963-1968)
8
19
NIXON, RICHARD M. (1969(1969- 1974)
9
26
FORD, GERALD R. (1974(1974-1977)
10
4
CARTER, JIMMY (1977(1977- 1981)
11
67
REAGAN, RONALD (1981(1981-1989)
12
18
REAGAN, RONALD (1981(1981-1989)
(Colored Photos)
1212-A
43
BUSH, GEORGE (1989(1989- 1993)
13
13
CARTER ADMINISTRATION (1977(1977-1981)
14
49
REAGAN ADMINISTRATION (1981(1981-1989)
15
31
AGNEW, SPIRO T. (VP, 19691969-1974)
16
8
ROCKEFELLER, NELSON A. (VP, 19741974-1977)
17
3
Group B
U.S. Ambassadors to the Philippines
Title
Envelop No.
No. of Photos
Photos
MCNUTT, PAUL V.
18
5
O’NEAL, EMMET
19
3
COWEN, MYRON M.
20
10
SPRUANCE, RAYMOND A.
21
11
FERGUSON, HOMER
22
8
NUFER, ALBERT
23
26
BOHLEN, CHARLES E.
24
44
HICKERSON, JOHN D.
25
14
STEVENSON, WILLIAM E.
26
26
BLAIR, WILLIAM M. JR.
27
20
WILLIAMS, C. MENNEN
28
20
BYROADE, HENRY A.
29
50
SULLIVAN, WILLIAM H.
30
25
NEWSOM, DAVID D.
31
11
MURPHY, RICHARD W.
32
33
ARMACOST, MICHAEL
MICHAEL H.
33
11
Group C
American Luminaries/Personalities
Title
Envelop No.
No. of Photos
ALLEN, RICHARD
34
2
ARNOLD, TERREL E.
35
4
BAKER, HOWARD H., JR.
36
2
BOYNE, DOROTHY
3636-A
5
BUCKLEY, JAMES L
37
3
CHASE, ROBERT
3737-A
2
DULLES, JOHN F.
38
3
GLEECK, LEWIS E., JR.
39
8
HOLBROOKE, RICHARD
40
4
MANSFIELD, MICHAEL
41
2
MCHENRY, DONALD F.
42
2
MEESE, EDWIN
43
3
MENZI,
MENZI, HANS
44
2
MILLER, HENRY L.
45
8
MOORER, THOMAS
46
8
MOYNIHAN, DANIEL
47
8
PERSHING, WILLIAM
48
15
PRICE, THOMAS H., JR.
49
5
ROOSEVELT, JAMES
50
4
ROSINUS, GUNTHER
51
2
SCRANTON, WILLIAM
52
2
SERVICE, RICHARD M.
53
2
SHULTZ, GEORGE
5353-A
2
TULL, JAMES N.
54
3
VANCE, CYRUS
55
4
WAGNER, ROY L.
56
2
WALTERS, VERNON A.
57
2
WOLFF, LESTER L.
58
4
YOUNG, ANDREW
59
2
ZUMWALT,
ZUMWALT, ELMO R.
60
2
AMERICAN PERSONALITIES
61
32
MISCELLANEOUS
62
18
MISCELLANEOUS
6262-A
55
Group D
Philippine Presidents and Filipino Personalities
Title
Envelop No.
No. of Photos
PRESIDENTSPRESIDENTS-PHILIPPINES
63
5
AGUINALDO, EMILIO (1898(1898-1901)
64
3
QUEZON, MANUEL L. (1935
(19351935-1944)
65
4
OSMENA, SERGIO (1944(1944-1946)
66
2
ROXAS, MANUEL A. (1946(1946-1948)
67
3
QUIRINO, ELPIDIO (1948(1948-1953)
68
12
MAGSAYSAY, RAMON F. (1953(1953-1957)
69
3
GARCIA, CARLOS P. (1957(1957-1961)
70
2
MACAPAGAL, DIOSDADO P. (1961(1961-1965)
71
2
MARCOS, FERDINAND E. (1965(1965-1986)
72
12
AQUINO, CORAZON C. (1986(1986-1992)
73
15
PELAEZ, EMMANUEL (VP, 19611961-1965)
7373-A
17
FILIPINO PERSONALITIES (A(A-M)
74
56
FILIPINO PERSONALITIES (N(N-Z)
75
79
MISCELLANEOUS
76
30
Total No. of Photos = 1,149
Part III
Photographs in
i n Albums
Title
Album no.
No. of Photos
MANILA AND SUBURBS (1910)
1
12
J. P. HEILBRONN COLLECTION (1914(1914-1916)
2
69
SCENES IN THE PHILIPPINES, CUBA,
PORTO
O RICO (1898PORT
(1898-1900)
3
171
JOHN L. MANNING COLLECTION (1942)
4
22
AMERICA TAKES OVER (1898)
5
150
HARRY J. HAWKINS COLLECTION (1900)
6
104
JACK H. TAYLOR
TAYLOR COLLECTION (1928)
7
72
WILLIAM W. STONE COLLECTION (1945)
8
51
WORLD WAR II SHRINES AND LANDMARKS
9
64
NORMAN E. ST. CLAIR COLLECTION (1945)
10
75
FORT STOTSENBERG/CLARK AIR BASE
11
68
66TH SERVICE SQUADRON ALBUM
12
197
AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS
COMMISSION (1960)
(1960)
13
38
LEONARD G. DAWSON COLLECTION
14
54
CARLOS GSELL (MANILA 1908)
15
28
W. C. FORBES COLLECTION I (1906(1906-1907)
16
79
W. C. FORBES COLLECTION II (1906(1906-1907)
17
189
REAGAN VISIT TO THE PHILIPPINES, 1969
18
51
WW II IN THE PHILIPPIES (THOMAS JEFFERSON
19
35
CULTURAL CENTER COLLECTION) PART II
20
26
MARIO FEIR POSTCARDS AND STEREOVIEWS
21
21
MANUEL DULDULAO POSTCARDS
22
138
ANDREW LACONIEK (Corregidor, 19401940-1941)
23
166
CULTURAL CENTER COLLECTION) PART I
WW II IN THE PHILIPPIES (THOMAS JEFFERSON
Total No. of Photos : 1,728
PART IV
News Photographs, 19561956-1976
1976
(Negative Prints)
1956
Date
Title/Date
May 24
Sept.
Sept. 4
Nov. 6-9
Nov. 21
Dec. 10
Dec. 28
Harper, Joseph H. (Maj. Gen.)
Ellander (Senator)
Warren (Chief Justice)
Nufer, Albert (Ambassador)
U.S. Assistant Secretary of the Army with Mr. Smith.
U.S. Reservation Subic and Olongapo
Larson, Arthur
Total =
Jan.
Jan. 18
Mar.
Mar. 28
April 22
June
June 12
July 16
Aug.
Aug.
Oct. 5
Oct. 23
Nov.
Nov. 15
Nov. 20
1957
Fairless Mission – Arrival/Call on Pres. Magsaysay
Smith, Horace
Magsaysay, Ramon (Funeral Rites)
Taylor (Gen.) - Call on Pres. Garcia
Australian Prime Minister Menzies
Bohlen, Charles E. (Reception for Minister and Mrs.
Smith)
Turnover of Revolutionary Flag to Gen. Aguinaldo.
Beyer, Otley
Bohlen, Charles E. (Ambassador)
Herter, C. (Undersecretary )
Garcia, Carlos P. (President) - Message to the United
Nations
Sulgberger
Saund (Congressman)
Barnsley Family
Kuter (General)
Bohlen, Charles E. (Ambassador)
Garcia, Carlos P. (President) – Arrival and oath of office
Field Marshal and Mrs. P. Pibulsomgram, Prime Minister
of Thailand.
Total =
No. of
Negatives
1
9
9
20
3
4
1
47
9
8
87
11
31
21
15
7
18
38
10
6
19
12
4
22
16
40
374
Feb. 28
Mar. 16
April 25
April 29
July 3
July 4
July 31
Aug.
Oct. 15
1958
Opening of Embassy Library (Rules and Regulations)
Ferguson, Homer (Ambassador) - Farewell to staff
Copeland, William family
Abbott (Mr.)
Garcia, Carlos P. (President) - Arrival
Philippine Independence Day
Turnover of Manila Air Station
Veterans Building - Payment and signing of deed of sale
McElioy (Secretary) - Call on Secretary Serrano
Bohlen, Charles (Ambassador)
Total =
1
2
5
2
17
43
17
6
5
9
107
1959
July 16
July 25
Nov. 13
April 2
April 9
May 6
July
July 11
Aug.
Aug. 3
Sept. 16
Sept. 19
Nov. 17
Nov. 15
Nov. 16
Feb. 21
April 9
May 1
June
Garcia, Paulino
Manila Zoo Inauguration
Abbott, G. (Minister)
Bohlen, Charles (Ambassador)
Total =
1
28
8
44
81
1960
Daniel, David (Jusmag Chief)
Bataan Day
Fall of Corregidor
Estrella, Conrado (Governor) - Call on Hickerson
Presentation of 50 star U.S. flag to Embassy
Eisenhower, Dwight (U.S. President)
Ilocos Norte - Radar Site
Cavite buildings - Turnover of to P.I. Navy
Ground breaking of nuclear reactor
Benson (Secretary) – Arrival
Philippine Commonwealth - 25th Anniversary
Legarda, Benito, Jr.
Hickerson, John Dewey (Ambassador)
Total =
13
42
12
4
1
1
25
12
9
4
15
3
48
189
1961
Cowen, Myron (Ambassador) - Arrival
Bataan Day - Rites
Dodd, Thomas (Senator)
Nevins, Allan
3
13
23
20
June 20
Aug.
Dec.
Dec. 7
Feb.
Mar. 23
July 2
July 17
July 18
Sept. 25
Dec. 3
Dec. 10
Dec. 31
Historical Collection Library
General Gruenther
Rizal Shrine
Garcia, Carlos P. (President) - Diplomatic Corp. Farewell
Call
Hickerson, John D. (Ambassador)
Manila International Airport - Inauguration
Total =
7
8
15
13
44
19
165
1962
Harriman and Bowle’s Arrival
PMA Graduation, 1st American cadet at PMA
Stevenson, Mrs. William – Arrival
Macapagal, Diosdado (President) - Arrival
Rickenburke (Captain) – Call on Stevenson
Sangley Point, Cavite – Turnover of Navy Buildings
Minister Service and family
Mansfield (Codel)
Macapagal, Diosdado (President) - Inauguration
Total =
25
14
13
13
4
29
5
54
63
220
1963
Feb. 21
Nov. 25
Nov. 25
April 6
April 14
April 11
May 14
June 12
July 31
Oct. 3
George Washington Day
Kennedy, John F. (President) - Death
Kennedy, John F. (President) - Memorial Services
Total =
10
27
32
69
1964
Nixon, Richard - Luncheon Party
Rusk, Mrs.Dean
Rusk, Dean (Secretary) and Mr. Rowan - Arrival
Signing of Agreement of Food for Peace
Osias (General) - VOA interview
Blair, William McCormick (Ambassador)- Arrival
Marino, Salvador (Secretary of Justice)
Clark Air Base Air Defense System
Total =
8
23
14
56
1
17
3
3
133
1965
May 17
June 2
June 17
Vargas (General)
Signing of Rural Electrification Project-AID Phils.
Esterline, Mr. And Mrs.
5
32
6
July 16
Aug. 10
Aug. 23
Aug. 30
Oct. 2
Oct. 23
Nov.
Nov. 18
Nov. 19
April 27
May 9
June 9
Sept. 12
Dec. 15
Feb. 1
Mar. 4
Sept.
Sept. 29
Jan. 19
Feb. 8
Feb. 13
May
June 4
June 26
July 5
July 11
July 11
Aug. 21
Haroldson (Aid Chief) - Arrival
Signing of Base Agreement
Niblock, Thomas C. and Cornelio Balmaceda
Mactan Airfield
Moore, James G. (Volcanologist)
Kennedy, Edward (Senator)
Zabloski (Codel)
Tull, Mr. and Mrs. James – Arrival
Dohn, Norman with Dr. James Moore
Total =
1966
Mactan Airport Inauguration
Symbolic transfer of 394/M-79 40 MM grenade
launcher under US-PI Mutual Defense Agreement
Military Bases Agreement - Talks
Marcos, Ferdinand (President) - Departure to U.S.
Westwoonland (General) - Call on Ambassador Blair
Total =
1967
Historical Collection Library - Board meeting
Goldberg, Arthur (U.S. Ambassador to the United
Nations) - Arrival
Dedication and corner stone-laying of Magsaysay
Center
Mr. and Mrs. Agnew’s visit
North Diversion Road Aerials and inauguration
Total =
1968
Marcos, Ferdinand (President and Mrs.) - Arrival from
state visits
Poro Point (VOA)
Jusmag School
Boyne, Dorothy
Pacific War Memorial
Embassy Women’s Club – Reception
Vietnam Senators Don and Sung’s arrival
Rowan, Carl T.
McConeghey, Harold - Arrival from home leave
Rosinus family – Arrival
12
6
4
9
21
18
73
8
3
197
23
12
9
79
3
82
3
19
28
2
30
23
34
32
40
9
59
12
34
7
13
Williams, Mennen G. (Ambassador) – Guest at U.S.T.
Convocation
Zabloky (Codel) – Arrival
Davis (General) - Arrival and calls on Wilson and Pres.
Marcos and AFP officials.
Total =
Feb. 14
Aug. 12
Aug. 19
Aug. 20
Sept. 8
Sept. 21
Oct. 2
1969
Purcell – Speaker at TJCC Forum
Nixon, Richard - Post visit party
Byroade, Henry (Ambassador and Mrs.) - Arrival
Croghan, Allan B. and family – Arrival
SEATO flag raising ceremony
Patrick (Commander) – at American Legion
Libraries – FEU, TJCC, National, Kamaynilaan
Hickerson, John Dewey (Ambassador) - Reception for
American Battle Monuments Commission
Williams, Mennen G. (Ambassador) - at War Colleges
Rooney (Congressman)and company – Arrival
Cebu
Davao
Byroade, Mrs. Henry - at Embassy Women’s Group
meeting
Williams, Mrs. Mennen - Presents braille watches to
deaf and blind students
RSC
USIS Davao – Inauguration
Total =
18
23
68
109
No negatives
74
23
3
18
97
108
6
19
5
153
131
10
24
99
12
782
1970
July 15
Aug. 12-13
Aug. 27
Jan. 4
Mar. 30
April
New TJCC opening
Blatchford (Peace Corps Director) – arrival at
Malacanang
Turnover of check for the new Ambassador’s residence
Bombing at TJCC
Exchange of mementos – USS Sacramento-Manila
Total =
35
38
9
32
12
126
1971
Helicopters turnover ceremony
Signing of educational fund
Hicks (Congressman)
24
14
5
April 2
April 15
May
May 11
May 11
May 31
June 4
June 12
July 4
July 13-14
July 27
Aug.
Aug. 3
Aug. 6
Aug. 26
Aug. 30
Sept. 4
Oct. 18
Oct. 25
Dec. 9
Dec. 17
Dec. 31
Jan. 1
May 11
Mar. 15
May 25
May 28
Aug. 15
July 17
Aug. 24
Sangley Naval Base
Marine House
Chief of Missions Conference
Space Conference
Byroade, Henry (Ambassador) - reception for Consular
Corps
Memorial day
Nichols Air Base - Turnover of buildings
Independence Day - Demonstrations
July 4th – Activities
Danielson (Codel)
Byroade, Henry (Ambassador) - Reception for Minister
Hamilton
Kern, James - Peace Corps volunteer
Sangley Point, Cavite - Turnover
Vargas, Jesus (SEATO Secretary Gen.)
AID grantee’s meeting
Osmena (Congressman) - Arrives at Embassy helipad
from Clark
Byroade, Henry - Departure/Arrival of Ambassador and
family for/from home leave
Philippine Constabulary - Turnover of 25 jeeps
Veterans Day – Ceremonies
White House fellows reception given by DCM
Pacis, Vicente - Presenting book to the Ambassador
New Year’s party
ABM’s visit in Manila
Albert (Codel)
Shakespeare (Mr.) - With USIS staff
Total =
1972
Ellington, Duke – Reception
Demonstrations
Byroade, Henry (Ambassador) - Reception for the
Gerstenberg’s (Richard)
U.S. Armed Forces Day – Reception
Demonstrations
McHickle – Reception
Byroade, Henry (Ambassador) - Reception for
Pattersons
Inouye, Daniel Ken (Senator) - Arrival/reception/
13
36
43
14
36
30
36
11
124
131
27
10
46
24
14
17
47
15
38
18
3
37
33
26
11
181
18
52
29
38
29
24
11
4
Sept. 1
Oct. 23
Oct. 31
Nov.
Dec.
Dec. 20
Departure
Inouye, Daniel Ken (Senator) - Press conference
Veterans Day ceremonies
MacDonald, Donald G. (Aid, Washington) - Reception
U.S. Elections - Ballroom
Percy (Senator) and Dr. Robert Chase - visits the First
Lady at the hospital
Byroade, Henry (Ambassador) - Open house reception
Clark story
Philippines gets disaster aid
Total =
17
38
25
8
5
61
13
1
207
1973
Jan. 9
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb. 6
Feb. 6
May 25
July 4
Nov. 14
Inouye (Codel) - Dinner
USIS offices
Arrival of POW at Clark Air Base
USIS offices
Filipino POWS (Badua and Balagot)
U.S.S. Oklahoma
Byroade, Henry (Ambassador) – Departure
197th Anniversary of U.S. Independence
Grimsley (Brig. Gen.-JUSMAG)
Total =
1974
Jan. 21-25 Director Koogh’s Manila visit
April 14-18 Garrett, Mary Sue
May 18
Sullivan, William H.(Ambassador) - Guest of American
Legion convention- Iloilo
May 22
Sullivan, William H.(Ambassador)
May 24
Sullivan-Virata signing of …
June 11
Population center inauguration
June 24
Malone Choral - presents key to Mayor Bagatsing
Aug. 14
Seafront warehouse destroyed by fire
Aug. 19
Flood relief operation Nichols Air Base
Oct. 16
Sullivan, William H.(Ambassador) - Reception for price
UA director
Oct. 19-20 30th Anniversary – Leyte Landing
Oct. 25
Sullivan, William H.(Ambassador) - Guest of AMAFEAMP
Nov. 5
Sullivan, William H.(Ambassador) - Reception for PAEF
Nov. 24
Sullivan, William H.(Ambassador) - Trip to Pagsanjan
12
23
107
23
46
55
26
42
25
346
42
33
12
18
36
15
38
36
45
36
38
36
33
Sullivan, William H.(Ambassador) – at International
School Commencement
Total =
June 5-9
Aug. 5-6
Aug. 12-19
Oct. 20
1975
Habit, Philip C. (Asst. Secretary)
Wolff (Codel)
Mansfield (Codel)
31st Leyte landing anniversary
Manila visit of Honolulu Mayor Blaisdell
Operation Handclasp
Peace Corps at Institute of Deaf/Mutes
Sullivan, William H.(Ambassador) – Presentation to Mr.
Shultz
Total =
29
306
55
35
37
35
49
23
34
11
279
1976
Feb. 21
April 21
May 31
June 18
June 30
July 4
Aug. 23
Oct. 2
Peace Corps
Gen. Wilson (Marine Commander), breakfast at marine
house
Memorial day rites
EWC funding program
American Women’s Club
July 4th Activities
Sullivan, Mrs. William H. (Ambassador) - ID’s and
passport
Philcite opening
Magsaysay Awards Presentation
Fall of Corregidor
Presentation of medical kits
Ford, Gerald (President) - Manila visit
Total =
Total no. of Negatives = 4,667
28
12
32
73
16
2
14
19
35
33
9
244
517
PART V
Black, Carter, Dawson, Dywre, Moore, Wendover Collections
Title
Envelop No.
No. of Photos
1
48
2
33
(Carter Collection)
3
25
MANILA, PREPRE-WAR/WWII/POST WAR
(Carter Collection)
4
42
(Carter Collection)
5
73
LIBERTY HALL PARTY
(Carter Collection)
6
107
7
141
8
67
9
137
(Carter Collection)
10
76
JIM BLACK WWII COLLECTION
11
43
LEONARD DAWSON COLLECTION
12
13
MA. FE ATIENZA COLLECTION
13
7
MANILA, PREPRE-WAR
(Carter Collection)
MANILA, WWII/POSTWWII/POST-WAR)
(Carter Collection)
SANTO TOMAS INTERNMENT CAMP
PERSONALITIES, EVENTS, ETC.
PHILIPPINE COMMISSION
(Carter Collection)
BRENT/OGILBY/BAGUIO SCHOOL
(Carter Collection)
AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
(Carter Collection)
BAGUIO/CEBU/BASILAN, ETC.
ROYCE F. WENDOVER COLLECTION
14
36
15
30
16
29
17
100
18
100
19
100
20
71
21
103
22
20
23
72
24
121
(Jim Black Collection)
25
94
CASUALTIES/REFUGEES, 19421942-1945
(Jim Black Collection)
26
22
27
29
28
41
CORDILLERA PEOPLE
(Kip Moore Collection)
CORDILLERA
COR DILLERA SCENES
(Kip Moore Collection)
COCKFIGHT I
(Kip Moore Collection)
COCKFIGHT II
(Kip Moore Collection)
COCKFIGHT III
(Kip Moore Collection)
COCKFIGHT IV
(Kip Moore Collection)
Collection)
MOTHS
(Kip Moore Collection)
MISCELLANEOUS
(Kip Moore Collection)
MANILA, 19421942-1945
(Jim Black Collection)
LUZON, 19421942-1945
(Jim Black Collection)
VISAYAS, 19421942-1945
WAR DAMAGE, 19421942-1945
(Jim Black Collection)
OFFICERS/SOLDIERS, 19421942-1945
(Jim Black Collection)
PROPAGANDA/SURRENDER/LIBERATION
(Jim Black Collection)
29
28
ALAN L. DYWRE COLLECTION
30
25
Total No. of Photos = 1,831
INDEX GUIDE
10 CORPS
CORPS LANDING (OCTOBER 20, 1944)
I:170:14
1010-INCH BREECH LOADER (1898(1898-)
III:A5:46
1010-INCH GUN AND FORTIFICATIONS ON
PASIG RIVER (1898(1898-) III:A5:150
1010-INCH GUN AND MAGAZINES,
OVERLOOKING MANILA BAY FROM
WALLED CITY (1898(1898-) III:A5:149
1010-INCH GUN ON PARAPET
PARAPET AT MANILA
OVERLOOKING LUNETA (1898(1898-)
III:A5:29
1010-INCH GUN OVERLOOKING LUNETA
(1898(1898 -) III:A5:91
TH
7 FAR EAST OLYMPIAD, (MAY 16, 1925)
I:160:1
TH
10 PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER
INFANTRY OFFICERS (1898)
III:A5:139
TH
11 NATIONAL STUDENTS CONFERENCE
(BAGUIO, 19251925 -1926) I:118I:118-A:4
TH
11 NATIONAL STUDENTS CONFERENCE
(POSTCARD) I:118I:118 -A:4
TH
129 INFANTRY REGIMENT I:18:6
TH
12 MEDICAL REGIMENT (P.S.) AT FT.
WILLIAM MCKINLEY (0CTOBER
1937) I:176:11
TH
130 INFANTRY REGIMENT I:18:7
TH
13 BATTALION, EIGHTEENTH INFANTRY
INFANTRY
(1898(1898 -) III:A5:16
TH
RD
13 CAVALRY. 3 SQUAD.
SQUAD. CAMP ST.
TOMAS (POSTCARD) III:A21:3
TH
147 REPLACEMENT BATTALION
(PHILIPPINE SCOUTS) INSPECTION
WITH GEN. DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER
AT CLARK FIELD (MAY 6, 1946)
II:6:2
TH
14 U.S. INFANTRY (1898(1898- ) III:A5:49
TH
TH
(189818 INFANTRY, 13 BATTALION (1898) III:A5:16
TH
18 U.S. INFANTRY. STAFF OFFICERS
(1898(1898 -) III:A5:113
TH
ST
18 AND 1 SIGNAL CORPS COMPANIES
(1898) III:A5:148
TH
18 COMPANY. SIGNAL CORPS (MANILA,
1898) III:A5:135
TH
18 VOLUNTEER SIGNAL CORPS
OFFICERS (1898)
(1898) III:A5:130
1946 TEXAS AGGIE MUSTER DREW 150 A&M
GRADUATES I:134:55
1976 FOURTH OF JULY ACTIVITIES II:62II:62- A:1A:16
ST
1 CAVALRY DIV. MOVE PAST DEAD JAP IN
PACO SECTION I:107:14
ST
TH
1 AND 18 SIGNAL CORPS COMPANIES
(1898) III:A5:148
ST
1 BATTALION, E1GHTEENTH
E1GHTEENTH INFANTRY
(1898(1898 -) III:A5:136
ST
1 COLORADO VOLUNTEERS OFFICERS
(1898) III:A5:128
ST
1 IDAHO REGIMENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.
ND
2 BATTALION, OFFICERS 1898)
III:A5:131
ST
1 INFANTRY IN MINDORO I:129:93
ST
1 REGIMENT. CALIFORNIA INFANTRY
I:131:2I:131:2 -3
2 NAKED YOUNGS V:15:16
2,0002,000 -POUND CALLING CARD FOR THE JAPS
IN MANILA I:107:22; I:182:28
ST
201 MEXICAN FIGHTER SQUADRON, IN THE
SQUADRON AREA IN PORAC, A TOWN
NEAR CLARK FIELD (1946) III:A11:61
TH
20 KANSAS (1946) III:A11:61
24 CORPS LANDING (OCTOBER 20,
20, 1944)
I:170:8
TH
24 FIELD ARTILLERY REGIMENT PASSING
CLARK FIELD (1921) III:A11:19
TH
24 FIELD ARTILLERY STABLE AREA, CAMP
STOTSENBERG (1921) III:A11:18
TH
26 U.S. CAVALRY (P.S.) AT FT.
STOTSENBERG (1937) I:176:12I:176:12- 13
ND
2 BATTALION U.S. INFANTRY (1898)
III:A5:124
ND
TH
2 BATTALION, 24 FIELD ARTILLERY
STABLE AREA, CAMP STOTSENBERG
(1921) III:A11:18
ND
2 OREGON VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. STAFF
AND LINE OFFICERS (1898(1898- ) III:A5:112
ND
2 OREGON, COMPANY C. PAUSING AT
LUZON (1898(1898-) III:A5:5
ND
2 PHILIPPINE COMMISSION WITH BERNARD
MOSES I:132I:132-A
ND
2 PHILIPPINE INFANTRY I:105:13
ND
2 REGIMENT OREGON VOLUNTEER
INFANTRY OFFICERS (1898(1898 -) III:A5:106,
120
TH
30 U.S. VOLUNTEERS, AT THE PRESIDIO,
SAN FRANCISCO (1900(1900-) III:A3:114
TH
317 TROOP CARRIER GROUP “JUNGLE
EXPRESS”, CORREGIDOR
CORREGIDOR V:11:18
ST
31ST INFANTRY (1900(1900 -) III:A3:77
ST
31 INFANTRY OFFICERS
(ENTERTAINMENT AT ANC) I:11:15I:11:1516
RD
33 DIVISION 13Oth INF. REGIMENT
I:18:7
TH
34 INFANTRY BATTALION ADVANCING
ON SAN JOSE, CORREGIDOR V:11:2
TH
34 INFANTRY REGIMENT ADVANCING
ADVANCI NG
TOWARDS TOPSIDE, CORREGIDOR
V:11:38
TH
34 INFANTRY REGIMENT TROOPS ON
TOP OF THE FORT MILLS
POWERHOUSE, CORREGIDOR
V:11:33
TH
34 REGIMENT WORK ON JAP POSITION
(FEBRUARY 17, 1945) I:182:7
37MM GUNS FIRES AT JAP POSITION IN
CHURCH TOWER I:107:17
TH
37 DIV. TROOPS FIRE ACROSS PASIG
RIVER AT JAPS I:107:10
TH
TH
37 DIVISION 129 INFANTRY DIV.
I:18:6
TH
39 CO. PHILIPPINE SCOUTS I:159:8
RD
3 PURSUIT SQUADRON IN FORMATION
AT CLARK FIELD (1920) III:A11:23
RD
3 AERO SQUADRON
SQ UADRON EMBLEM AT CAMP
STOTSENBERG (1919) III:A11:12,
14
RD
3 PURSUIT SQUADRON, CLARK FIELD
(JANUARY 1932) III:A11:37
RD
3 U.S. ARTILLERY AT LUZON (1898(1898-)
III:A5:6, 51
RD
3 U.S. ARTILLERY OFFICERS (1898(1898-)
III:A5:13
RD
3 U.S. INFANTRY. STAFF AND LINE
OFFICERS,
OFFICERS, 1898) III:A5:118
ND
462 PARACHUTE FIELD ARTILLERY
COMPANY C WITH THEIR 75 MM.
PACK HOWITZERS, CORREGIDOR
V:11:29
TH
4 U.S. CAVALRY OFFICERS (1898(1898-)
III:A5:11
500500 -LB. BOMBS DROPPED BY MARINE
SBD’S FELL ON SAYRE HIGHWAY
I:120:6
I:120:6
RD
503 PRCT LANDING ON “A” FIELD,
CORREGIDOR V:11:20V:11:20- 23
RD
503 PRCT TROOPERS LANDING ON THE
WESTERN EDGE OF “A” FIELD,
CORREGIDOR V:11:16
RD
503 PRCT PARATROOPERS,
CORREGIDOR V:11:41
RD
503 TROOPER FIRING ON
ON A JAPANESE
POSITION, CORREGIDOR V:11:31V:11:31 -32
RD
503 TROOPERS PUTTING PHOSPHOROUS
GRENADE INTO A JAPANESEJAPANESE -HELD CAVE,
CORREGIDOR V:11:39
TH
50 ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF THE
MANILA POLO CLUB (DECEMBER 17,
1939) I:116:12I:116:12- 14
TH
54 TROOP CARRIER WING PLANES
PLANES LAND
PARATROOPS I:49:13
TH
57 CO. E INFANTRY I:182:26
TH
57 INFANTRY (P.S.) AT FORT MCKINLEY
(1941) I:182:77I:182:77-88
TH
59 CAF BARRACKS AND FORT MILLS
HOSPITAL, CORREGIDOR V:11:7
5O3RD REG. COMBAT TEAM PARATROOPERS
I:49:5, 8, 30
6060- MM. MORTAR CREW FIRING
FIRING AT MINDANAO
I:120:5
TH
66 SERVICE SQUADRON (1900(1900 -) III:A12:1III:A12:1197
TH
6 CAVALRY ON BIVUOAC NEAR FORT
STOTSENBERG (1927) III:A11:32
TH
6 RANGER BATTALION WITH PRES.
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT (MARCH 5,
1945) II:4:1
TH
7 FAR EAST OLYMPIAD (MAY 16, 1925)
I:160:1
TH
77 INF. DIV. SOLDIERS WITH FILIPINO
FAMILY IN CEBU (SEPTEMBER 1, 1945)
I:95:19
[A]
ABACA BASKET DESIGN FROM MANDAYAN
CLOTH (1913) V:7:7
ABACA PLANT “BUNGULANON” VARIETY OF
SOUTHEASTERN MINDANAO (1913)
V:7:25
ABACA PLANT “LAGUIS” VARIETY OF
NORTHEASTERN
NORTHEASTERN LEYTE (1913) V:7:26
ABACA SLIPPER DEVELOPED AT THE
PHILIPPINE NORMAL SCHOOL (1913)
V:7:6
ABANDONING CARRIER IN LEYTE I:93:17
ABATAN BRIDGE I:36:4; I:73:17
ABEL, MILLIE I:66:12
ACCFA (1958) I:166:18I:166:18-19, 37
ACEJAS, LYNN AND DELFIN CASTILLO V:9:1
V:9: 1
ACKNOWLEDGING A GIFT (ROSALYNN
CARTER WEARS AN INDIAN SHAWL
WITH JIMMY CARTER) II:11:35
ACUNA FAMILY AND FRIENDS I:118I:118 -A:13
ACUNA GATHERING I:118I:118-A:8
ADAMS, BROCK (TRANSPORTATION
SECRETARY, 19771977 -1981) II:14:1
ADAMS, JOHN (U.S. PRESIDENT, 179717971801) II:1:2
ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY (U.S. PRESIDENT,
18251825-1829) II:1:5
ADMINISTRACION DE HACIENDA PUBLICA
I:105:52
ADMINISTRACION DE HACIENDA PUBLICA
MANILA (1880(1880- 1900) III:A14:3III:A14:3-4
ADMIRAL MONTOJO’S BEST GUNBOAT
(1898(1898 -) III:A5:35
ADORNMENT, CORDILLERA FASHION
V:15:27, 2929 -30
ADVANCING ON JAPANESE HOLDING THE
ORDINANCE WORKSHOP,
CORREGIDOR V:11:28
ADVANCING ON PASIG (1900(1900-) III:A3:55III:A3:5556
ADVANCING UNDER ENEMY FIRE ERMITA
I:108:17
ADVERTISEMENTS I:186:1I:186:1- 4
AERIAL BURNING BEACHES ON LINGAYEN
GULF I:96:6
AERIAL PHOTO OF “A” AND “B” FIELDS,
CORREGIDOR V:11:12
AERIAL PHOTO OF CORREGIDOR LOOKING
TOWARDS MOUNT MARIVELES
V:11:1
AERIAL VIEW OF CLARK AB (1946, 1948)
III:A11:63, 65
AERIAL VIEW OF CLARK AB SHOWING
PARKED AIRCRAFT (1945(1945-1946)
III:A11:54
AERIAL VIEW OF FT. STOTSENBERG
(1939) III:A11:41
AERIAL VIEW OF MANILA CEMETERY AND
MEMORIAL (17,095 GRAVES)
III:A13:9
AFRICANAFRICAN-AMERICAN WITH WHITE
AMERICANS AND NATIVE FILIPINOS
I:159:70
AFTER THE BATTLE OF SANTA ANA
(FEBRUARY 5, 1899) I:131:16
I:13 1:16
AFTER A DESTRUCTIVE TYPHOON
(POSTCARD) III:A22:134
AFTER THE TYPHOONS (POSTCARD) I:142:21
AGBAYANI, AGUEDO I:166:43
AGCAOILI, ARCADIO I:117:2
AGNEW FAMILY PORTRAIT II:16:6
AGNEW, SPIRO RECEIVED THE KEY TO MANILA
FROM MAYOR RAMON BAGATSING
BAGATSIN G
(FEBRUARY 9, 1973) II:74:25
AGNEW, SPIRO T. (MRS.) II:16:6, 8
AGNEW, SPIRO T. (MRS.) WITH MRSS.
WALLACE, NIXON AND HUMPREY II:9:26
AGNEW, SPIRO T. (U.S. VICE PRESIDENT,
19691969-1974) II:16:1II:16:1 -8
AGNEW, SPIRO T. AND FAMILY II:16:6
AGNEW, SPIRO T. ENJOYS A ROUND OF GOLF
II:16:5
AGNEW, SPIRO T. PLAYS AN IMPROMPTU
PIANO SOLO II:16:4
AGNEW, SPIRO T. PRESIDING THE NATIONAL
AERONAUTICS AND SPACE COUNCIL IN
WASHINGTON II:16:2
AGNEW, SPIRO T. WITH GENE CERNAN II:16:3
AGNEW, SPIRO T. WITH PRES. RICHARD M.
NIXON II:9:23
AGNEW, SPIRO WITH ERNESTO V. LAGDAMEO,
ET AL. II:74:48
AGNO BRIDGE (PANGASINAN) I:36:6
AGRICULTURAL COMMODITY SALES
AGREEMENT (1977) I:166:44
AGRICULTURAL CREDIT AND COOPERATIVE
FINANCING ADMINISTRATION (ACCFA)
MISSION WITH PHILCUSAPHILCUSA- FOA PROJECT
PROJE CT
IN CALAUAN, LAGUNA (1958) I:166:37
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY OF THE FILIPINO
(CANE CRUSHER) (1913) V:7:30
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY OF THE FILIPINO
(FANNING MILL) (1913) V:7:31
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY OF THE FILIPINO
(RICE(RICE -HULLING MACHINE) V:7:33
AGRICULTURAL
AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL, U.P., LOS BANOS,
LAGUNA (1938) V:5:73
AGRICULTURE BUILDING (RUINS) I:182I:182-A:4
AGRICULTURE BUILDING, RUINS OF THE
FORMER COMMERCE BUILDING (1945)
I:108:24
AGRICULTURIST IN SESSION I:166:20
AGUINALDO, EMILIO II:64:1II:64:1- 3
AGUINALDO, EMILIO (MRS.) WITH HER
HUSBAND AND U.S. VICE PRES. RICHARD
M. NIXON (1956) II:9:4
AGUINALDO, EMILIO AND MRS. AGUINALDO,
WITH U.S. VICE PRES. RICHARD M. NIXON
(1956) II:9:4
AGUINALDO, EMILIO WITH AMERICAN
AMERICAN
BUSINESSMEN II:64:2
AGUINALDO, EMILIO WITH U.S. VICE
PRES. RICHARD M. NIXON, SERGIO
OSMENA AND CARLOS P. GARCIA
(1956) II:9:5, 15
AGUINALDO, EMILIO WITH WILLIAM
STEVENSON AND EMMANUEL
PEALEZ II:26:3
AGUINALDO, EMILIO, 18691869- 1964 I:1:1I:1:113
AGUINALDO, HILARIA I:1:13
AGUINALDO’S ARMY (1900(1900 - ) III:A3:87
AGUSAN RIVER I:143:16
AGUSAN TALACOGON (1939) I:143:16
AID/CRS RELIEF GOODS UNLOADED AT
VIRAC AIRPORT IN CATANDUANES
(1981) I:166:31
TH
AIM! READY! FIRE! THE
THE 4 INFANTRY
(STEREOVIEW) III:A21:18
AIR COOLED CONDENSERS AT CHANCERY
BUILDING I:172:80
AIR SEA RESCUE
RESCUE I:2:1I:2:1 -3
AIR STRIKES AGAINST JAPANESE
INSTALLATIONS AT ZAMBOANGA
HARBOR, MINDANAO I:120:12
AIRCRAFT FIGHTERS OF WWII (1945)
III:A11:52III:A11:52- 53
AIRFORCE 44 -ENGINE BOMBERS AT
LUNETA (JULY 4, 1946) V:2:30V:2:30-31
AIRPORT AT BAGUIO V:10:18
AIRPORT RUNWAY/TERMINAL (BAGUIO)
I:39:12, 25
AKHAVI, HASSAN (IRANIAN MINISTER OF
AGRICULTURE) I:166:18I:166:18-19
AKIN, SPENCER B. (BRIG. GEN.) I:138:17
AL YLMO SOR D. THOMAS A. HENORIC “LA
JUVENTUD” ARC I:159:84
ALABANG STOCK FARM (1913) V:7:16
ALABANG STOCK FARM OF THE
PHILIPPINE BUREAU OF ANIMAL
INDUSTRY (VISIT OF U.S. VICE PRES.
RICHARD M. NIXON,
NIXON, 1956) II:9:18
ALAN L. DYWRE COLLECTION V:30:25
ALANGAN MANGYANS I:55:2
ALANIB (BUKIDNON) I:37:3I:37:3- 5
ALBAY PROVINCIAL SCHOOL WOMEN
BASEBALL TEAM (1913) V:7:8
ALBERT, IGNACIA I:66:10
ALCAZAR LIGHT HOUSE, ENTRANCE TO
MANILA BAY (1900(1900 -) III:A3:89
ALDANA, ANTONIO VASQUEZ DE I:51:26
ALEXANDER, CLIFFORD
CLIFF ORD (ARMY SECRETARY,
19771977-1981) II:14:2II:14:2 -3
ALFONSO XII I:186:47
ALI, MUHAMMAD I:185:28
ALIP, EUFRONIO I:50:1
ALL STAR
STA R INAUGURAL GALA II:62:18
ALLEN, HENRY T. (1907) I:163:5
ALLEN, RICHARD II:34:1II:34:1- 2
ALLEYNE, VIVIAN GARTH WITH MRS. MARY D.
EISENHOWER II:6:6II:6:6-7
ALMENDRAS, ALEJANDRO II:74:18
ALMENDRAS, JOVENAL II:74:7
ALOGUINSAN (CEBU) I:42:59
ALONG THE BAY (ROXAS BOULEVARD
BOULEVARD (1910)
III:A1:2
ALONTO, DAMUCAO II:74:19
ALONTO, HADJI NADKI II:74:20
ALONZO, TEODORA I:148:8
ALTVOTER, GEORGE WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON, ET AL AT S. S. BURNET (1943)
V:12:1
AMBASSADORS AND HIGH COMMISSIONERS
RESIDENCE AT DEL PAN ST., MANILA
I:168:29
I:168:298:29-34
AMBOS CAMARINES (NUEVA CACERES)
I:144:5
AMBOS, CAMARINES PROVINCIAL
GOVERNMENT BUILDING I:144:5
AMCHAM BAR V:9:70V:9:70- 73, 7575-77
AMCHAM DINING ROOM AT DASMARINAS
V:9:6, 71
AMCHAM OFFICE V:9:9V:9:9-11, 16
AMCHAM OFFICE STAFF (1982) V:9:16V:9:16- 17
AMERICA TAKES
TAK ES OVER (1898) III:A5:1III:A5:1- 150
AMERICAN AMBASSADORS (1946(1946-1984)
II:18II:18- 33
AMERICAN AMBASSADORS–
AMBASSADORS– RESIDENCE
I:168:1I:168:1 -109
AMERICAN AMBASSADORS TO THE
PHILIPPINES I:167:1I:167:1- 13
AMERICAN AMPHIBIOUS CRAFT RUSH
ASHORE FROM AMERICAN ARMADA
I:93:16
AMERICAN AND FILIPINO
FILIPINO PENSIONADOS
(1903) I:66:38
AMERICAN AND FILIPINO SOLDIERS,
BENGUET (1900(1900-) III:A6:67
AMERICAN BATTERY REPELLING A FILIPINO
ADVANCE NORTH OF MANILA I:131:32
AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS
COMMISSION (1960) III:A13:1III:A13:1- 35
AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS
MONUMENTS
COMMISSION, MANILA (1960)
III:A13:9III:A13:9 -35
AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS
COMMISSION, WEST COAST
MEMORIAL (1960) III:A13:1III:A13:1 -8
AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS
COMMISSION. ARRIVAL AT MANILA
AIRPORT (1960) III:A13:24
AMERICAN BOASTING LIBERTY LOAN
I:130:121
AMERICAN BOYS
BO YS AND GIRLS AT ANC
I:11:25I:11:25 -26
AMERICAN CEMETERY I:3:1I:3:1 -9
AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
BUILDING AND OFFICE I:4:1I:4:1 -2
AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
(CARTER COLLECTION) V:9:1V:9:1-137
AMERICAN CONSUL GENERAL RESIDENCE
AT ARLEGUI PROPERTY (1946)
I:168:8I:168:8 -10
AMERICAN CONSULATE AT BANCO
HIPOTECARIO DE FILIPINAS
BUILDING (1946) I:168:6
AMERICAN CONSULATE, MESSINA, ITALY
(1928) V:12:6
AMERICAN CONSULATE, SAO MIGUEL,
AZORES (SEPTEMBER 26, 1942)
V:12:7
AMERICAN EMBASSY –
GROUNDS/COMPOUND I:172:1I:172:1-95
AMERICAN EMBASSY I:171:1I:171:1-25
AMERICAN EMBASSY WOMEN’S CLUB
BOARD OFFICERS, 19661966 -1967
I:7:33
AMERICAN ENGINEERS TRAINED MANILA
MOTOR WORKS PERSONNEL I:114I:114A:14, 23
AMERICAN FLAG (ASHES BURIED AT U.S.
EMBASSY GROUND) I:172:86I:172:86-95
AMERICAN FLAG HOISTED AT FORT SAN
ANTONIO ABAD (AUGUST 13, 1898)
I:109:8; I:176:8
AMERICAN FLAG HOISTED IN RED BEACH,
LEYTE (1944) I:67:5
AMERICAN FLAG RAISED AT STO. TOMAS
INTERNMENT CAMP (FEBRUARY 6,
1945) I:156:25
AMERICAN FLAGS HOISTED IN MINDANAO
ARCH I:18: 31
AMERICAN G.I. AND FILIPINO
FILIPINO GUERRILLA
SEEM OBLIVIOUS TO SLAIN JAPANESE
SOLDIER I:182:11
AMERICAN G.I.’S WITH FILIPINOS I:66:27I:66:27 -28
AMERICAN GUARDIAN ASSOCIATION PARTY
I:66:12
AMERICAN HEADQUARTERS AFTER
BOMBARDMENT (FEBRUARY 11, 1899)
I:130:63
AMERICAN HISTORICAL
HISTORICAL COLLECTION (AHC)
I:5:1I:5:1-64
AMERICAN HISTORICAL COLLECTION
(OCTOBER 1995) V:5:58V:5:58 -59
AMERICAN HISTORICAL COLLECTION , 1971
(CONTACT PRINTS) I:184:1I:184:1- 4
AMERICAN HISTORICAL COLLECTION LIBRARY
RULES AND REGULATIONS I:5:55; I:6:12
AMERICAN HISTORICAL COLLECTION LOGO
I:5:18I:5:18- 19
AMERICAN HISTORICAL COLLECTION PHOTO
EXHIBIT I:5:34I:5:34- 44
AMERICAN HISTORICAL COLLECTION
TRANSFER/TURNOVER TO ATENEO
I:5:56I:5:56- 58
AMERICAN HISTORICAL COMMITTEE I:5:45I:5:4553
AMERICAN HOUSE, MANILA (1900(1900-) III:A6:14,
17
AMERICAN INTERNEES
INTERNE ES AT THE STO. TOMAS
INTERNMENT CAMP (1942) III:A4:1III:A4:1- 22
AMERICAN INTERNEES FREED AT STO. TOMAS
(FEBRUARY 6, 1945) I:156:27
AMERICAN INTERNEES OF STO. TOMAS
INTERNMENT CAMP RAISE THE FIRST
AMERICAN FLAG (FEBRUARY 6, 1945)
I:156:25
AMERICAN LADIES IN THE PHILIPPINES
I:7:43
AMERICAN LANDING CRAFT AT CEBU ISLAND
I:43:5I:43:5- 6
AMERICAN LEGION I:76:29I:76:29- 30, 3232- 33
AMERICAN LEGION CONVENTION IN ILOILO
(1974) II:62II:62-A:7A:7 -10
AMERICAN LEGION DINNER AT ELKS CLUB
I:76:29I:76:29 -30
AMERICAN LEGION HONORS (JUNE 21, 1974)
II:62II:62-A:11A:11- 12
AMERICAN LEGIONNAIRES WITH AMB. HENRY
A. BYROADE II:29:11
AMERICAN MILITARY OFFICERS WELCOME
COMMANDER PINEDO (ZAMBOANGA,
1925) I:183:51
AMERICAN NEWS CORRESPONDENTS
TALK WITH A FILIPINO AT TACLOBAN
I:95:8I:95:8- 9
AMERICAN OFFICERS (POSTCARD)
I:137:8
I:137: 8
AMERICAN OFFICERS AND GOVERNORS
AT MOUNTAIN PROVINCE I:64:3
AMERICAN OFFICERS AND LADIES IN
DUMAGUETE (DECEMBER 26, 1900)
I:123:4
AMERICAN OFFICERS AND THEIR LADIES
AND PHILIPPINES IN MISAMIS
(1900) I:137:66
AMERICAN OFFICERS WITH LEYTE BOYS
I:92:5
AMERICAN OFFICIALS AT MALACANANG
(1909) I:102:5I:102:5 -6
AMERICAN OLD SOLDIERS IN ILOILO
(1933) I:7:37
AMERICAN OLDTIMER I:66:15
AMERICAN PARATROOPERS ON
CORREGIDOR I:49:5, 8, 30
AMERICAN PARTY AT THE ELKS CLUB
I:61:4
AMERICAN PERIOD (1898(1898-1946)
I:137:1I:137:1 -66
AMERICAN PERSONALITIES II:61:1II:61:1- 32
AMERICAN POW’S I:18:4
AMERICAN PRESIDENTS (1799(1799- 1993)
II:1:1II:1:1-38
AMERICAN PROMENADERS IN MANILA
I:105:50
AMERICAN RESIDENTIAL
DISTRICT. MANILA (POSTCARD)
(POSTCARD)
III:A22:40
AMERICAN RIFLEMAN PASSES DEAD JAP
IN MANILA
MANILA (1945) V:2:15
AMERICAN RIFLEMAN PASSES DEAD JAP
SNIPER IN MANILA I:107:16;
I:108:52
AMERICAN SAILORS ON BOARD I:162:61I:162:61 62
AMERICAN SOLDIER RESCUING
WOUNDED FILIPINA I:108:42I:108:42-43
AMERICAN SOLDIER WITH CARBINE AND
ND
2 HAND HELMET I:182:67
AMERICAN SOLDIERS AT PLAY (1900(1900-)
III:A3:94
AMERICAN SOLDIERS MOVES TOWARD
COTABATO, MINDANAO I:120:2
AMERICAN SOLDIERS OUT FOR A
CARABAO RIDE (1900(1900 -) III:A3:20
AMERICAN SOLDIERS RECOVERED COINS IN
BAGUIO (1945) V:24:51
AMERICAN SOLDIERS SHOOTING FILIPINO
INCENDIARIES
INCEN DIARIES (1900(1900-) III:A3:47
AMERICAN STALWARTS AT THE UNIVERSITY
CLUB (LATE 1930’S) V:5:69V:5:69 -70
AMERICAN STRUCTURES, ETC. I:185:1I:185:1- 10
AMERICAN TAXICAB ASSOCIATION
CONVENTION IN SEATTLE, WASHINGTON
(1949) I:114I:114- A:21
AMERICAN TEACHER BROUGHT IN CRATES OF
BOOKS
BOOKS (1901) V:4:40
AMERICAN TEACHERS ASSIGNED AT THE
PHILIPPINE NORMAN SCHOOL (1916)
I:164:58
AMERICAN TEACHERS WITH LEONARD WOOD,
WILLIAM H. TAFT, AND NATIVE SCHOOL
CHILDREN AT BAGUIO I:164:21
AMERICAN TRENCHES AT MALABON I:101:2I:101:28
AMERICAN TROOPS SURRENDER
SURRENDER TO THE JAP
FORCES I:57:2I:57:2 -3
AMERICAN TROOPS DISEMBARK AT TALISAY,
CEBU I:43:3I:43:3- 4; I:182:44
AMERICAN TROOPS EMBARKING AT PASIG
(1899) I:105:61
AMERICAN TROOPS MOVE INLAND FROM THE
BEACH AREAS I:93:27; I:182:47
AMERICAN TROOPS ON LINE IN FRONT OF
THE
THE PROVINCIAL CAPITOL OF LEYTE
I:95:18, 27
AMERICAN TROOPS ON THE FIRING LINE
(PHIL(PHIL-AM WAR) I:129:97
AMERICAN TROOPS PASS IN CORREGIDOR
I:48:13
AMERICAN TROOPS, HEADQUARTERS IN
ZAMBOANGA (1900(1900-) III:A3:108
AMERICAN VOLUNTEERS (PHIL(PHIL-AM WAR)
I:129:9I:129:9 -41, 4343-47, 91,
91, 101, 104104 -124;
I:130:19I:130:19-34; I:131:2I:131:2-3, 33; I:137:6, 10;
I:158:4I:158:4 -16, 2828-37
AMERICAN WAR MEMORIAL I:7:22
AMERICAN WAR VETERANS I:5:45I:5:45- 51
AMERICAN WITH COTABATO WOMEN I:52:3I:52:3- 4
AMERICAN WITH NEGRITOES (POSTCARD)
I:66:4
AMERICAN WOMAN WITH A NEGRITO
NEGRITO I:66:3
AMERICAN WOMEN WITH AN IGOROT I:66:1
AMERICAN WRECKERS AT WORK ON ONE OF
THE SUNKEN SPANIS WARSHIPS (1898(1898-)
III:A5:37III:A5:37 -39
AMERICANS AND FILIPINOS AT MISAMIS
(1900) I:137:66
AMERICANS DIG IN, OTHERS HELP BRING
SUPPLIES ASHORE I:93:29
AMERICANS
AMERI CANS IN CEBU I:42:17
AMERICANS IN PAGSANJAN, LAGUNA
I:73:14I:73:14 -15
AMERICANS IN SWIMMING SUIT I:159:59
AMERICANS IN THE PHILIPPINES I:7:1I:7:145; I:8:1I:8:1- 15
AMERICANS ON TOP OF MT. PINATUBO
(1933) I:66:2; I:137:7
AMERICANS PUSHED MEN AND SUPPLIES
SHORE I:93:24I:93:24-26
AMERICANS WITH CHIEF LUCAS OF THE
NEGRITOS AT CAMP STOTSENBERG
(1919) III:A11:17
AMERICANS WITH FILIPINO FAMILY
I:131:26
AMERICANS WITH NEGRITOS (1919,
1924) III:A11:17, 20
AMERICANS WITH SOME TRIBESMEN AT
MT. PROVINCE I:159:60
AMOS COLLECTION I:9:1
I: 9:19:1-16
AMOS, FELIPE T. II:74:21
AMOS, HAROLD V:9:22
AMPHIBIAN I:9:8
AMPHIBIOUS FORCES LANDING AT SAN
JOSE, CORREGIDOR I:49:72
AMPHIBIOUS LANDING AREA,
ZAMBOANGA PENINSULA I:120:13
ANCIENT FERRY, BINONDO CANAL (1913)
V:7:75
ANCIENT POWDER HOUSE
HO USE AND PREVIOUS
BARRACKS OF THE SPANISH NEAR
MANILA (1898(1898-) III:A5:78
ANDA MONUMENT (1898(1898-) III:A5:98
ANDA MONUMENT AND FORT SANTIAGO
III:A22;21
ANDA MONUMENT, MANILA (MOUNTED)
I:109:7
ANDERSON, MICHAEL I:5:63
ANDERSON, WILLIAM H. V:9:23
ANDES, MARIANO WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL
STAFF (NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
ANDROWSKY, VINCENT I:166:58
ANDRUS, CECIL (INTERIOR SECRETARY,
19771977-1981) II:14:4II:14:4 -5
ANGEL ISLAND, SAN FRANCISCO (1900(1900 -)
III:A3:120
ANGELES PUBLIC SCHOOL I:144:4
ANGELES,
ANGELES, PAMPANGA (1899(1899 -1949)
III:A11:1III:A11:1 -68
ANIMALS IN A BARRIO INFECTED WITH
RINDERPEST (1913) V:7:19
ANIMALS INFECTED WITH RINDERPEST
(1913) V:7:20
ANOTHER CARGO VESSEL UNLOADED AT RED
BEACH, LEYTE I:182:39
ANTIANTI- AMERICAN DEMONSTRATIONS I:10:1I:10:120
ANTIQUE
ANTIQUE DEFENSES I:105:67
ANTIVOLA, FELIS WITH LEONARD G. DAWSON
AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL STAFF
(NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
APALIT CHURCH (PAMPANGA) I:44:31
APARTMENT BUILDING, MANILA (JUNE(JUNE DECEMBER 1945) III:A10:10
APARTMENTS ALONG LUNETA, MANILA
(RUINS) I:108:7
APARTMENTS NEAR DEWEY BLVD., MANILA
(RUINS) III:A8:10
APOLLO 17 ASTRONAUTS MEETS WITH PRES.
FERDINAND E. MARCOS IN MALACANANG
(JUNE 1973) II:62II:62- A:20
APOLLO 17 ASTRONAUTS, VISIT TO THE
PHILIPPINES (JUNE 1973) II:62II:62-A:20A:20-30
APOLLOAPOLLO-10 MASCOT – SPIRO T. AGNEW
AGNE W WITH
GENE CERNAN II:16:3
APPEL, FRIEDA (1928) I:118I:118-A:7
APPROACH TO THE HOUSE WHERE PERSHING
LIVE WHILE GOVERNOR OF MORO
PROVINCE I:183:32
AQUARIUM OF THE BUREAU OF SCIENCE
I:82:7
AQUARIUM, MANILA (POSTCARD) I:111:14
AQUATIC PLANTS (POSTCARD) I:142:43
I:142:43
AQUENDE, GODOFREDO WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL STAFF
(NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
AQUINO, BALTAZAR I:11:32
AQUINO, CORAZON C. – VISIT TO THE UNITED
STATES (SEPTEMBER, 1986) II:73:1II:73:1-15
AQUINO, CORAZON C. (1986(1986 -1992) II:73:1II:73:1 15; I:166:30
I:166: 30
AQUINO, CORAZON C. AND PRES. RONALD
REAGAN, DEPARTURE STATEMENTS AT
THE WHITE HOUSE (SEPTEMBER 1986)
II:73:3
AQUINO, CORAZON C., ADDRESSED THE U.S
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (SEPTEMBER
1986) II:73:7
AQUINO, CORAZON C., AT THE WREATH
LAYING CEREMONY AT THE TOMB
TOMB OF
THE UNKNOWN, ARLINGTON
CEMETERY (SEPTEMBER 1986)
II:73:8
AQUINO, CORAZON C., BIDDING
FAREWELL IN WASHINGTON, D.C.
(SEPTEMBER 1986) II:73:12II:73:12-13
AQUINO, CORAZON C., DISTRIBUTE
CHRISTMAS GIFT BAGS AT CARITAS
BUILDING IN MANILA (1984)
I:166:30
AQUINO,
AQUINO, CORAZON C., MEETS WITH
SECRETARY OF DEFENSE CASPAR
WEINBERGER (SEPTEMBER 1986)
II:73:6
AQUINO, CORAZON C., MEETS WITH
TREASURY SECREATRY JAMES
BAKER (SEPTEMBER 1986) II:73:5
AQUINO, CORAZON C., RECEIVED A
STANDING OVATION FROM
MEMBERS OF BOTH HOUSES OF
OF THE
U.S. CONGRESS (SEPTEMBER 1986)
II:73:11
AQUINO, CORAZON C., WELCOMED BY
FILIPINOFILIPINO -AMERICANS AT LAFAYETTE
PARK IN FRONT OF THE WHITE
HOUSE (SEPTEMBER 1986) II:73:15
AQUINO, CORAZON C., WITH PRES.
RONALD REAGAN AND PHILIPPINE
DELEGATES AT THE WHITE HOUSE
SOUTH PORTICO SIGNING
CEREMONY (SEPTEMBER
(SEPTEMBER 1986)
II:73:4
AQUINO, CORAZON C., WITH THE PEACE
CORPS VOLUNTEERS (SEPTEMBER
1986) II:73:9II:73:9 -10
AQUINO, CORAZON C., WORKING
LUNCHEON AT THE WHITE HOUSE
(SEPTEMBER 1986) II:73:1II:73:1 -2
ARAI, HIROKAZU I:64I:64- A:1
ARANETA,
ARANETA, GREGORIO WITH THE U. S.
PHILIPPINE COMMISSION I:132I:132 A:3A:3-4
ARANETA, J. ANTONIO AND FAMILY WITH
RICHARD M. NIXON (NOVEMBER 22,
1953) II:9:1
ARANETA, SALVADOR I:68:1;
I:68:1 ; II:21:7;
II:21:7;
II:74:22
ARANETA, SALVADOR AND FAMILY WITH
AMB. SPRUANCE AND VICEVICE - PRES.
NIXON
NIXON (1954) II:21:7
ARANQUE MARKET, MANILA (1913) V:7:92
ARAULLO, MANUEL GONZALES I:117:9
ARC ROOSEVELT CLUB I:36I:36 -A: 2929-32
ARCHIBISHOP PALACE (MANILA) I:44:23I:44:23 -24
ARCINUE, SIMEON WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL STAFF
(NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
V:12: 9
ARDALES, FRANCISCO WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL STAFF
(NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
AREA TELECOM OFFICE, EMBASSY
COMPOUND (1965) I:172:62
ARELLANO, ALFONSO II:74:8
ARENAS, VICENTE (AMBASSADOR) I:186:48
ARGAO (CEBU) I:42:8
ARGAYOSO, C. (PASTOR)
(PASTOR) I:117:19
ARGUELLES, CARLOS D. I:11:3
ARGUELLES, MANUEL II:74:23
ARITHMETIC CLASS I:60:27
ARLEGUI PROPERTY (ARLEGUI ST, SAN
MIGUEL, MANILA) I:168:8I:168:8- 10
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY II:7:4II:7:4-6
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY (AUGUST 4,
1944) I:145:3
ARMACOST,
ARMACOST, MICHAEL H. HANGING MEDAL ON
CARLOS P. ROMULO II:33:8
ARMACOST, MICHAEL H. (U.S. AMBASSADOR)
I:167:13
ARMACOST, MICHAEL H. (U.S. AMBASSADOR,
MARCH 19821982-APRIL 1984) II:33:1II:33:1- 11
ARMACOST, MICHAEL H. AND FAMILY II:33:5
ARMACOST, MICHAEL H. AT THE EMBASSY
EMBASSY
CAFETERIA II:33:4
ARMACOST, MICHAEL H. WITH CARLOS P.
ROMULO AND MR. TANAKA (1981)
II:33:9II:33:9- 10
ARMACOST. MICHAEL H. WITH U.S. EMBASSY
PERSONNEL II:33:11
ARMOR, WILLIAM (MRS.) I:7:33
ARMORED TANK CRUSHED AT INTRAMUROS
WALL I:83:2I:83:2- 3
ARMOURED TANKS I:36
I: 3636-A:5
ARMSTRONG, LAWRENCE S. WITH LEONARD
G. DAWSON, ET AL V:12:6
ARMY AND NAVY CLUB 1:11:11:11:1-76
ARMY AND NAVY CLUB LUNCHEON, MANILA
(1937) V:5:67
ARMY AND NAVY CLUB, MANILA (JUNE(JUNE DECEMBER 1945) III:A10:9
ARMY AND NAVY CLUB. MANILA
(POSTCARD) III:A22:57
II I:A22:57
ARNOLD, HENRY (GEN.) I:169:58
ARNOLD, TERRELL II:35:1II:35:1-4
ARNOLD, TERRELL, GUEST AT THE
ROTARY CLUB OF RAHA SULAYMAN,
MANILA II:35:3
ARPISTA I:51:13
ARRIVAL IN BRAZIL (JIMMY CARTER
GREETED BY BRAZILIAN PRES.
ERNESTO GAISEL) II:11:33
ARSENAL, MANILA
MANILA (1899(1899-1901)
III:A5:117
ART CLASS, MANILA (EDUCATION,
AMERICAN PERIOD) V:4:42
ARTACHO (GOV.) OF PANGASINAN AT
HOME (1906(1906 -1907) III:A17:93
ARTHUR W. RADFORD FIELD I:53:1
ARTHUR, CHESTER A. (U.S. PRESIDENT,
18811881-1885) II:1:20
ARTIFACTS
ARTIFACTS AND DWELLINGS OF
CORDILLERA REGION I:77:13I:77:13-21
ARTILLERY FIRING ON PASIG (1900(1900-)
III:A3:52
ARTILLERY IN ACTION (1900(1900 -) III:A3:91
ARTILLERY OUTPOST GUARDING THE
RAILROAD TRACK AT ANGELES
(1899) III:A11:4
ASAGRA, NORMA V:10:23
ASAGRA, RAMON C. WITH TOM
T OM CARTER
AND MOJAJILON ESPITAL V:10:50
ASENETA, PAULINO WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL
STAFF (NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
ASHBURN, ALLEN AT TEACHER’S CAMP
(BAGUIO) V:8:66V:8:66-67
ASHMORE, WILLIAM M. (1949) I:114I:114A:21
ASOCIACION DE DAMAS DE
DE FILIPINAS
(1940) I:66:35
ASPIRAS, JOSE II:74:24
ASPIRAS, JOSE WITH U.S. VICE PRES.
RICHARD M. NIXON AND J. V. CRUZ
(1956) II:9:13
ASPURIA, RIC L. (PACIFIC
(PACIFIC WAR VETERANS
HOMECOMING PROGRAM) III:A9:1III:A9:166
ASSAULT TROOPS
TROOPS RELIEVED AFTER 16
DAYS OF FIGHTING I:95:l4
RD
ASTOR BATTERY AND 3 ARTILLERY, U.S.
CORPS. DISEMBARKING FROM
NEWPORT, MANILA BAY (1898)
III:A5:140
ASTOR BATTERY OFFICERS (1898(1898-)
III:A5:108
ASTRONAUTS, APOLLO 17 – VISIT TO THE
PHILIPPINES (JUNE 1973 II:62II:62-A:20A:20 -30
ASUNCION, JUAN I:66:23, 33
ATA, MOUNT APO, MINDANAO (1913) V:7:138
ATAK BENGUET FAMILY I:55:16
ATENEO 1945 WAR RUINS I:108:26
ATENEO DE MANILA UNIVERSITY (POSTCARD)
I:111:11
ATENEO RUINS IN MALATE I:182I:182-A:2
ATIENZA, MA. FE COLLECTION (1978)
(1978) V:13:1V:13:17
ATIENZA, MA. FE PRESENTS MEMORABILIA TO
U.S CHARGE’ D’ AFFAIRES DONALD
TOUSSAINT AT THE AHC LIBRARY (MAY
26, 1978) V:13:2V:13:2 -3
ATIENZA, MA. FE PRESENTS MEMORABILIA TO
U.S CHARGE’ D’ AFFAIRES DONALD
TOUSSAINT, VESTAL LEE GOFORTH AND
STEPHEN ROUNDS
ROUNDS AT THE AHC LIBRARY
(MAY 26, 1978) V:13:4V:13:4- 7
ATIENZA, ROMEO (1978) V:13:1
ATKINSON, FRED W. I:164:56
ATOMIC BOMB I:12:1I:12:1-2
ATTACK OF CARRIERCARRIER-BASED PLANES ON JAP
FLEET (JUNE 20, 1944) I:182:30
ATTACK ON JAPANESEJAPANESE -HELD CLARK (1944)
III:A11:48
“ AURORA”,
AURORA”, THE I:9:6
AUTOMOBILES (PRE – 1920) I:137:42I:137:42-44
AUTOMOBILES ON PARADE CARRYING
AMERICAN FLAGS I:137:1, 43
AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY I:13:1I:13:1-5
AVENIDA PADRE BURGOS (MANILA) I:105:4
AYALA (ZAMBOANGA) I:183:34
AYALA BRIDGE, ACROSS PASIG
RIVER (POSTCARD) III:A21:4
AYALA BRIDGE, MANILA (1898(1898-) III:A5:75
AYALA BRIDGE (POSTCARD) III:A22:92
AYRAULT, GUY (BRENT SCHOOL TEACHER,
19101910-) V:8:56
AYRAULT, GUY AND REMSEN OGILBY (YMCA,
MANILA, 1909) V:8:55
AYRAULT, GUY AND REMSEN OGILBY WITH
BRENT SCHOOL
SCHOOL FIRST CLASS (1909)
V:8:40
AYUNTAMIENTO (1898(1898 -) III:A5:40
AYUNTAMIENTO (CITY HALL) PRESENT
HEADQUARTERS OF INSULAR
GOVERNMENT (1913) V:7:65
AYUNTAMIENTO BUILDING (INTRAMUROS)
I:82:24, 4949-50
AZUCARERIA DE SAN MIGUEL (1880(1880 1900) III:A14:20
III:A14:20
[B]
BACAGUA TREE IN A PARTIAL SWAMP,
BONGAO ISLAND (1913) V:7:56
BACHRACH, E. M. I:76:4
BACHRACH, MARY I:76:4
BACOLOD (NEGROS OCCIDENTAL)
I:123:3
BACOLOD (PROVINCE) I:123:3; I:143:2I:143:2 -5
BACOLOD PROVINCIAL BUILDING (1901)
I:123:3
BADJAO DANCERS
DANCERS I:14:3I:14:3-5
BADJAO VILLAGE I:14:1I:14:1- 2
BADJAOS (TRIBE) I:14:1I:14:1-11
BADUA, CANDIDO I:65:17
BAEHR, C. A. I:116:14
BAG BAG BRIDGE (1900(1900-) III:A3:80
BAG BAG RIVER (1900(1900-) III:A3:80
BAGABAG BRIDGE (NUEVA VISCAYA)
I:36:7
BAGATSING, RAMON AND VICE PRES.
SPIRO AGNEW (FEBRUARY 9, 1973)
II:74:25
BAGONG BARANGAY LOW COST HOUSING
PROJECT I:166:6
BAGUIO (LATER BRENT) SCHOOL
(POSTCARD) I:15:2.1
BAGUIO BUS STATION I:16:14
BAGUIO CATHOLIC CHURCH I:44:8
BAGUIO CHURCH, BAGUIO
BAGUI O MOUNTAIN
PROVINCE (POSTCARD) III:A22:73
III:A22: 73
BAGUIO CITY (1904) I:121:46
BAGUIO CITY (PANORAMIC VIEW) I:15:7I:15:728
BAGUIO CITY (POSTCARDS) I:17:19, 212133, 36
BAGUIO CITY HALL I:16:9I:16:9- 10; I:121:44
BAGUIO CITY SCENES (1900(1900 -) III:A6:51III:A6:51 53, 7171- 72; III:A7:1III:A7:1- 4
BAGUIO CITY, 19041904- 1926 I:15:1I:15:1- 35
BAGUIO CITY,
CITY, 19081908- 1915 (EVANS
COLLECTION) I:16:1I:16:1- 29
BAGUIO CITY, 19411941- 1945 I:18:1I:18:1- 7
BAGUIO COCKPIT V:19:30
BAGUIO COUNTRY CLUB I:16:18I:16:18- 20;
I:19:1I:19:1- 45; I:121:40
BAGUIO COUNTRY CLUB (1940) I:121:40
BAGUIO COUNTRY CLUB (PHOTO ALBUM OF
W. C. FORBES) I:19:23I:19:23 -45
BAGUIO
BAGUIO COUNTRY CLUB (POSTCARD) I:19:6
BAGUIO DOG MARKET I:17:33I:17:33-35; I:121:46
BAGUIO HOME (POSTCARD)
(POSTCAR D)
III:A22:77
BAGUIO HYDROHYDRO-ELECTRIC PLANT I:20:1I:20:1-15
BAGUIO MARKET I:16:25; I:17:40I:17:40 -41
BAGUIO POST OFFICE, BENGUET (1906(19061907) III:A17:169
BAGUIO RUINS I:18:6
BAGUIO SCENES V:10:1V:10:1- 20
BAGUIO SCENES (1913) V:7:121V:7:121- 124
BAGUIO SCENES (1921, 1922) V:14:1V:14:1-4
BAGUIO SCHOOL (LATER BRENT, 1920)
I:15:2.1
BAGUIO SCHOOL CLASS WITH BISHOP BRENT
AND REMSEN OGILVY (JANUARY 1910)
V:8:38V:8:38-39
BAGUIO SCHOOL, FIRST CLASS,
CL ASS, WITH
AYRAULT AND OGILBY (1909) V:8:40
BAGUIO TEACHERS I:186:63
BAGUIO U.S. EMBASSY GUESTHOUSE
I:168:109
BAGUIO, BENGUET (1906(1906-1907) III:A17:1III:A17:1-40
BAGUIO, MINING CENTER AND SUMMER
RESORT (POSTCARD) I:142:33
BAGUIO/BASILAN/CEBU/ETC. (CARTER
COLLECTION)
COLLECTION) V:10:1V:10:1- 76
BAGUIO/BRENT SCHOOL (1909(1909- 1934) V:8:1V:8:153
BAGUMBAYAN DRIVE,
DRIVE, MANILA (1900(1900 -)
III:A6:12
BAGUMBAYAN DRIVE, MANILA
MA NILA (POSTCARD)
III:A22:37
BAILEY BRIDGE, REPLACING JONES BRIDGE
(1946) V:2:26
BAKER, HARRISON L. I:166:47I:166:47- 48
BAKER, HOWARD H.
H. (MINORITY LEADER OF
THE SENATE) II:36:1II:36:1-2
BAKER, JAMES (U.S.TREASURY SECRETARY)
MEETS, WITH PRES. CORAZON C. AQUINO
(SEPTEMBER 1986) II:73:5
BAKER, JAMES A. (SECRETARY
(SECRETARY OF THE
TREASURY, 19811981-1989) II:15:11
BAKER, MONA I:76:47
BALAGOT, ARTURO I:65:17
B ALANA, ENRIQUE (PARISH PRIEST) WITH
LEONARD G. DAWSON ALBAY PROVINCIAL
STAFF (1904(1904- 1905) V:12:10
BALANGA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, BATAAN
(TABLET) III:A9:2
BALANGA INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
BUILDING, BATAAN (1912) V:7:4
BALANGBANG OLD
OLD ROAD (1904) V:7:122
BALDRIDGE, MALCOLM (SECRETARY OF
COMMERCE, 19811981 -1989) II:15:12II:15:12-16
BALDWIN, ALBERT (SGT.) LEADS HIS
BALDWIN, LOTTIE I:7:43
BALDWIN, NED V:9:24
BALETE TREE ABOUT 30 FEET IN
DIAMETER AT THE BASE V:7:51
BALIWUN (GADDANG)
(GADDANG) I:54:49; I:79:17
BALMACEDA, CORNELIO II:74:26
BALMELLI, RENE I:66:11
BALZA, PEDRO WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON, ET AL V:12:5
BAMBAN RIVER VALLEY AND SIERRA
MADRE MOUNTAINS (VIEW FROM
STOTSENBERG) I:134:42
BAMBOO AND NIPA HOUSES I:134:41
BAMBOO AS IT GROWS
GR OWS (STEREOVIEWS)
I:105:23
BAMBOO ORGAN I:21:1; I:142:44
BAMBOO ORGAN, PARANAQUE
(POSTCARD) I:142:44;
I:142:44; III:A22:138
BANANA GROVE, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:173
BANAUE RICE TERRACES I:22:1I:22:1-3;
V:16:21V:16:21- 22
BANAUE RICE TERRACES (1900(1900 -)
III:A12:44
BANCA
BANCA ON SAIL I:134:14
BANCO HIPOTECARIO DE FILIPINAS
(JUAN LUNA ST.) I:168:6, 35
BANGUET AT MANILA HOTEL (JANUARY
13, 1951) V:5:55
BANISILAN (COTABATO) I:52:7
BANKS, JOHN (PVT.) FIRING HIS
BROWNING AUTOMATIC RIFLE ON A
JAPANESE
JAPANE SE POSITION, CORREGIDOR
V:11:27
BANQUET GIVEN BY PAMINTUAN FAMILY
FOR THE AMERICANS I:66:34
BANQUET PARTY AT ANGELES CITY
(1932) I:66:34
BANQUET PARTY IN HONOR OF THE ARMY
OFFICERS I:66:34
BANYAN TREES (POSTCARD) I:142:17
BANZAI! JAPANESE FORCES
FORCES LAND I:182I:182A:7
BARASOAIN CHURCH (MALOLOS) I:23:1I:23:1 4
BARBERICH, CLEMENT, FATHER (1948)
I:138:21
BARBOUR, J. C. (LT., FIRST REGIMENT IDAHO
VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, 1898) III:A5:122,
131
BARIRA (COTABATO) I:52:12
BARLOW, ERNEST A. I:88:6
TH
BARNETT, J. E. (COL.,
( COL., 10 PENNSYLVANIA
VOLUNTEER INFANTRY OFFICER, 1898)
III:A5:139
BARON, M. M. WITH NEGRITO CHIEF LUCAS’
SON AND GRANDSON AT CAMP
STOTSENBERG (1919) III:A11:16
BARONG TAGALOG I:49:23I:49:23- 25
BARRACKS (CORREGIDOR) I:48:15; I:49:66;
I:87:9
BARRACKS AT ANGEL
ANGEL ISLAND, SAN
FRANCISCO (1900(1900-) III:A3:120
BARRACKS FROM CORREGIDOR HOSPITAL
I:36I:36-A:9
BARRACKS OF U. S. VOLUNTEERS I:129:90,
127
BARRACKS ON RUINED CORREGIDOR I:49:4
BARRACONES DE CANA Y NIPA CONSTRUIDOS
EN ZAMBOANGA I:83:57
BARRANQUILLA CONSULATE STAFF
STAFF (MARCH
3, 1945) V:12:5
BARROWS, DAVID P. I:60:15; I:122:34, 37;
I:164:22I:164:22-29, 54
BARROWS, DAVID P. WITH THE SULTAN OF
SULU I:122:34, 37
BARRY, T. B. (COL.) WITH GEN. E. S. OTIS AND
STAFF (1898(1898-) III:A5:9
BART, GORDON (MRS.) I:8:2
BARTLETT, JANE I:70:31
BARTLETT, W. K (LT.) I:137:39
BASCON BUILDING V:17:2; V:19:100
BASE NEGOTIATING PANEL (1976) I:69:10I:69:1012
BASEBALL (1913) V:7:8V:7:8 -11
BASEBALL GAME (BAGUIO) I:16:8
BASEBALL GAME AT TEACHERS’ CAMP,
BAGUIO (1913) V:7:11
BASEBALL GAME MANILA VERSUS CEBU,
MANILA (1913) V:7:10
BASEBALL TEAM FROM BUKIDNON I:160:8
BASEBALL TEAM OF ALBAY PROVINCIAL
SCHOOL (1913) V:7:8
BASEBALL TEAM OF CEBU (1913) V:7:9
BASEBALL TEAM OF ILOILO HIGH SCHOOL
(1909(1909-) I:160:2
BASILAN V:10:21V:10:21 -57
BASSERT, MICHAEL WITH ILOILO HIGH
SCHOOL BASEBALL TEAM (1909(1909-)
I:160:2
BATAAN AND DEMOCRACY MARKER
III:A9:16III:A9:16 -17
BATAAN DEATH MARCH I:57:1I:57:1-3
BATAAN DEMOCRACY MEMORIAL
(WELCOME SIGN) III:A9:15
BATAAN FROM BOAT LANDING
LANDING
(CORREGIDOR) I:36I:36-A:10
BATAAN HISTORICAL MARKERS III:A9:1III:A9:13, 3737-38, 4040- 42
BATAAN SURRENDER TO JAP FORCES
I:24:9
BATAAN, 19401940- 1942 I:24:1I:24:1 -11
BATANGAS CATHEDRAL I:44:37
BATANGAS MUNICIPAL BUILDING I:144:6
BATANGAS PROVINCIAL HIGH SCHOOL
( 1913) V:7:10
BATAS, NATALIA I:66:5
BATES (PAYMASTER GEN.) WITH MORO
DATTOS (1901) I:122:45
BATES, CHARLES F. (CAPT.) I:169:52
BATH HOUSE (SIQUIJOR) I:65:4
BATHING AND WASHING IN PASIG RIVER,
MANILA (MOUNTED) I:109:4
BATHING AT THE PUBLIC FOUNTAIN,
MANILA (1900(1900-) III:A3:42
BATHING SCENE (1900(1900-) III:A3:9
BATHING SCENE, CUBA (1900(1900-)
III:A3:138
BATTERY OF BRONZE MORTARS (1898)
III:A5:126
BATTERY OF SIX OLD FASHIONED
DISAPPEARING GUNS (1898(1898 -)
III:A5:97
BATTERY OF TENTEN-INCH MODERN GUNS
AND MAGAZINES (1898
(1 898898-) III:A5:10
BATTERY WAY, CORREGIDOR (JUNE(JUNE DECEMBER 1945) III:A10:34
BATTLE FOR CORREGIDOR I:49:11
BATTLE OF CALOOCAN (1899) I:25:1I:25:1- 11
BATTLE OF CALOOCAN, CASUALTIES
(1898(1898 -) III:A5:54
BATTLE OF FEBRUARY 5, 1899 III:A5:63,
70
BATTLE OF MALABON I:158:45
I:158:45
BATTLE OF MANILA BAY I:26:1I:26:1-15
BATTLE OF SAN FERNANDO (1900(1900 -)
III:A3:70
BATTLE OF SANTA ANA (1900(1900-) III:A3:50
BATTLE OF THE CORAL SEA (MAY 44 -8, 1942)
III:A13:16
BATTLE AT THE ZAPOTE RIVER (1899)
I:132:5
BATTLE SITE (JIMMY CARTER AND GISCARD
D’ESTAING
D’ESTAING VIEW THE OMAHA BEACH)
II:11:67
BATTLEFIELD AT CALOOCAN (1900(1900 -) III:A3:49
BAUTISTA, FILIMENO M. (GLIMPSE OF
MINDANAO, 1937) I:122:90I:122:90 -91
BAY VIEW RUINS ALONG THE DEWEY
BOULEVARD (1945) I:108:23
BAYABAS (DAVAO) I:56:5
BAYANG (LANAO) I:90:2
BAYANIHAN
BAYANIHAN (POSTCARD) I:142:9
BAYONETTED BY JAPS AFTER REFUSING TO
SUBMIT TO ASSAULT I:85:10I:85:10-12
BAYONETTED BY JAPS WHILE LYING INJURED
IN HER BURNING HOME I:85:13
BAYONNETED AND BURNED BY JAPS IN
CHURCH SHELTER I:85:21
BAYVIEW HOTEL (MANILA) I:105:2
BAZOOKA TEAM
TEAM BLASTS JAP POSITION AT
GEARY POINT I:182:4
BEACH ROAD TO THE SAN RAMON PENAL
FARM I:183:59
BEACH SCENE (POSTCARD) I:142:41
BEAN, MAUDE J. (1916) I:164:58
BEARDSLEY, J. W. WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL STAFF
(NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
BEAUTIFUL
BEAUTIFUL VISTA ON THE MILITARY
RESERVATION (PETTIT BARRACKS)
I:183:41
BECKER, DON I:161:3
BECKWITH, E. P. I:116:1
BEGINNING CONSTRUCTION OF THE
GYMNASIUM, CAMP STOTSENBERG
(COMPLETED IN 1912) III:A11:10
BEGINNING OF FIRING, SANGALI I:122:68
BEHIND THE TRENCHES
T RENCHES (1900(1900-) III:A3:85
BEIGHTLER ARMORY I:27:3
BEIGHTLER, ROBERT S. I:27:1I:27:1-23; I:88:3;
I:88:6, 1313- 25
BEIGHTLER, ROBERT S. (MRS.) I:27:1
BELDEN, HENRY, ET. AL, AT THE UNIVERSITY
CLUB (LATE 1930’S) V:5:69V:5:69 -70
BELGIAN CATHOLIC MISSION (BONTOC)
I:34:7
BELL, C. JASPER I:28:1; I:138:13
BELL, GRIFFIN (ATTORNEY GENERAL, 197719771981) II:14:6II:14:6-7
BELL, J. K. (LT., FIRST REGIMENT IDAHO
VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, 1898)
III:A5:122, 131
BELLES OF LUZON, ARRANGING THEIR
TOILET (1900(1900-) III:A3:8
BELLIS, AMOS G V:9:25
BELLIS, AMOS G. I:66:23, 31, 38
BENGUET CONSTRUCTION MINING CO.
(1911) V:8:59
BENGUET (PROVINCE) I:29:1I:29:1-5
BENGUET COMMERCIAL COMPANY I:29:1
BENGUET CONSOLIDATED, INC. I:29:5
BENGUET PINE TREE (1906(1906- 1907)
III:A17:93
BENGUET PROVINCE
PROVINCE (EVANS
COLLECTION) I:29:1I:29:1- 4
BENGUET PROVINCE SCENES (1900(1900-)
III:A6:51III:A6:51 -72, 9191- 92, 9494 -104;
III:A7:1III:A7:1- 23, 2525 -33
BENGUET PROVINCE, SCENES (1913)
V:7:32, 3535-38
BENGUET ROAD I:16:21; I:142:25
BENGUET ROAD (1906(1906- 1907) III:A17:34,
5050-51, 53, 5555- 56, 103, 107, 110110113, 116116-118, 158158-159
BENGUET ROAD (POSTCARD) I:142:25;
I:142:25;
III:A22:136
BENGUET SCHOOL I:55:12
BENGUET SCHOOL GIRLS I:55:12I:55:12 -13
BENGUET SCHOOL GIRLS WITH
AMERICAN TEACHER I:55:13
BENGUET WOMAN I:55:15
BENGZON, CESAR (CHIEF JUSTICE WITH
WILLIAM E. STEVENSON)
STEVENSON) II:26:2
BENITEZ, CONRADO II:74:27
BENITEZ, FRANCISCA II:74:28
BENNETT, WILLIAM J. (SECRETARY OF
EDUCATION, 19811981- 1989) II:15:17
BENNINGLOFF (CONSUL GEN.) I:7:21
BENNY, JACK WITH HARRY S. TRUMAN AT
A NATIONAL PRESS CLUB
CLUB PARTY IN
WASHINGTON, D.C. (JANUARY 27,
1945) II:5:13II:5:13 -14
BENSON, NEIL WITH CLAUDE M. WILSON,
ET AL V:9:15
BERGLAND, BOB (AGRICULTURE
SECRETARY, 19771977 -1981) II:14:8
BERKENKOTTER, B. H., ET. AL, AT THE
UNIVERSITY CLUB (LATE 1930’S)
V:5:69
V:5:69:69-70
BERLIN WALL VISIT OF MR. AND MRS.
NELSON A. ROCKEFELLER II:17:3
BERRY, DON JAMES I:66:11
BERSHIRE BOAR V:7:17
BERSLING, K. WEDDING (1914(1914- 1916) III:A2
BETTER CLASS FILIPINO FAMILY I:65:10
BETTER CLASS OF FILIPINOS WHO WELCOME
AMERICAN RULE (STEREOVIEWS)
(STE REOVIEWS) I:65:7
BETTS, ARLINGTON U. WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL STAFF
(1904(1904 -1905) V:12:10
BEWLEY, LUTHER I:5:53; I:6:2I:6:2-3; I:6:11
BEYER, H. OTLEY I:5:53; I:6:11; I:30:1
BF GOODRICH OFFICES V:9:120V:9:120 -122
BIACBIAC-NANA-BATO IN THE BULACAN MOUNTAINS
MOUNTAINS
(WHERE THE TREATY WAS MADE) I:38:1
TH
BIERER, E. (MAJ., 10 PENNSYLVANIA
VOLUNTEER INFANTRY OFFICER, 1898)
III:A5:139
BIERSTEIN, EDITH P. I:66:7
B IG TREES OF CALIFORNIA (1900(1900-) III:A3:122
BILIBID PRISON I:31:1I:31:1-6; V:23:1V:23:1- 4
BILIBID PRISON (POSTCARD)
(POST CARD) III:A21:5;
III:A22:53III:A22:53 -54
BILIBID PRISON (1913) V:7:88V:7:88- 90
BILIBID PRISON BAND AT RETREAT (1913)
V:7:88
BILIBID PRISON HOSPITAL V:23:1
BILIBID PRISON SECTION OF THE SALES
ROOM (1913) V:7:90
BILIBID PRISON TAILOR SHOP (1913) V:7:89
BILIBID PRISON, MANILA
MANILA V:1:33V:1:33- 36; V:4:8
BILIBID PRISON, MANILA (1900(1900 -) III:A6:34
BINANGONAN QUARRIES, RIZAL (1913)
V:7:72
BINONDO (MANILA) I:32:1I:32:1- 12
BINONDO CANAL, MANILA (POSTCARD)
I:142:38;
I:142:38; III:A22:125
BINONDO CHURCH I:33:1I:33:1- 9; I:132:2I:132:2- 4; V:1:4
BINONDO CHURCH (1880(1880-1900) III:A14:11
BINONDO CHURCH (POSTCARDS) I:33:1I:33:1-2
BINONDO CHURCH TOWER I:32:2I:32:2-4; I:33:9
BINONDO CHURCH, MANILA (1900(1900 -) III:A6:1;
III:A5:88
BINONDO PARK, MANILA (1913) V:7:69
BINONDO SQUARE I:32:2I:32:2 -8
BINONDO STREET (1898) I:105:14
BINONDO, MANILA V:1:4, 6, 9
BINONDO, MANILA (1898(1898-) III:A5:47
BINSTED, NORMAN SPENCER (BISHOP, 194119411957) I:150:91
BIRD’S EYE VIEW OF OLONGAPO I:162:2
BIRD’S EYEVIEW OF HONOLULU (1900(1900 -)
III:A3:161
BIRD’S EYEVIEW OF THE CITY OF MANILA
I:107:36
BIRDSEYE VIEW OF
OF THE COTABATO
VALLEY (POSTCARD) III:A22:124
BIRTHDAY PARTY AT FORT STOTSENBERG
I:70:27
BIRTHDAY PARTY AT FT. STOTSENBERG
(1940) I:66:8
BISBEE, ROYAL D., JR. WITH AMB. HENRY
A. BYROADE, AND HENRY MILLER
(MARCH 25, 1970) II:45:6
BISHOP, GEO H. JR. I:88:19I:88:19 -22
BISHOPS MOSHER AND SANFORD AT
BRENT SCHOOL, BAGUIO (1928)
V:8:53
BISNAR, GAUTTIER WITH AMB. BLAIR,
SECRETARY RAMOS AND
UNDERSECRETARY INGLES (1966)
II:27:12
BISNAR, GAUTTIER WITH AMB. WILLIAM
MC. BLAIR, NARCISO RAMOS AND
AND
RICHARD B. PETERS (DECEMBER
13, 1966) II:27:6II:27:6-9
BIVOUAC AT MALOLOS CHURCH I:104:2
BLACK, EUGENE (SEPTEMBER 9,
1968) II:62II:62 -A:55
BLACK, FLORA I:66:2, 34
BLACK, JIM I:7:22
BLACK, NELL I:66:34
BLACKBURN, DONALD I:5:54
BLACKER, MARK V:9:78
BLACKSMITH SHOP I:81:2
BLAIR, WILLIAM (AMBASSADOR) WITH
U.S. PRES. LYNDON B. JOHNSON,
PRESIDENT AND MRS. MARCOS
(1966) II:8:18
BLAIR, WILLIAM MC. AND MRS. BLAIR,
WITH PRES. AND MRS. FERDINAND
E. MARCOS (OCTOBER 5, 1967)
II:27:18II:27:18-19
BLAIR, WILLIAM MC. MET WITH
SECRETARY NARCISO RAMOS, JOSE
D. INGLES AND GAUTTIER BISNAR
ON REVISIONS OF THE MILITARY
BASES AGREEMENT (1966) II:27:12
BLAIR, WILLIAM MC. WITH GAUTTIER
BISNAR, NARCISO RAMOS AND
RICHARD B. PETERS (DECEMBER
13, 1966) II:27:6II:27:6-9
BLAIR, WILLIAM
WILLIA M MC. (U.S. AMBASSADOR)
I:167:4
BLAIR, WILLIAM MC. AND FAMILY II:27:17
BLAIR, WILLIAM MC. AND MAYOR SERGIO
OSMENA, JR. RAISE THE SLEUCE GATE TO
OPEN THE OWAK IRRIGATION PROJECT IN
CEBU (OCTOBER 21, 1964) II:27:14II:27:14-16
BLAIR, WILLIAM MC. AND MRS. BLAIR, WITH
WITH
MRS. IMELDA R. MARCOS, ET AL II:27:20
BLAIR, WILLIAM MC. AND SECRETARY
NARCISO RAMOS SIGNED AN AGREEMENT
OF $2.5 MILLION FOR THE PRINTING OF
TEXTBOOKS (1966) II:27:10
BLAIR, WILLIAM MC. AND SECRETARY
NARCISO RAMOS SIGNED THE VETERANS
CLAIMS OF $31,120.,000
$31,120.,000 (1966) II:27:11
BLAIR, WILLIAM MC. CARRYING HIS SON
II:27:4
BLAIR, WILLIAM MC. JR. (U.S. AMBASSADOR,
AUGUST 19641964- OCTOBER 1967) II:27:1II:27:120
BLAIR, WILLIAM MC. JR. WITH MRS. BLAIR,
MRS. GARCIA, AND MRS. IMELDA R.
MARCOS II:27:3
BLAIR, WILLIAM MC. TOAST WITH NARCISO
RAMOS AND JAMES N. TULL 91966)
II:27:13
BLAS DOMINGO, HORSE DRIVING MRS.
HEILBRONN (1914) III:A2
BLAZING MANILA DOCKS AFTER VISIT FROM
CARRIER AIRCRAFT I:107:26; I:109:41
BLEACHING DEPARTMENT, HAT AND
UMBRELLA FACTORY (1908) III:A15:8
III:A15: 8
BLOCK HOUSE (JOLO) I:122:64
BLOCK HOUSE AND LIGHT POSTS (1898)
III:A5:144
BLOCK HOUSE NO. 11, NEAR MANILA
(STEREOVIEWS) I:137:15
BLOCKHOUSE AT CALOOCAN (1898(1898 -)
III:A5:76
BLOCKHOUSE NEAR CINGALON (CAPTURED
BY MACARTHUR’S BRIGADE (AUGUST
13,1898) III:A5:31
III: A5:31
BLUEMEL, CLIFFORD (MAJOR) I:169:11I:169:11-12
BLUMENTHAL, W. MICHAEL (TREASURY
SECRETARY, 19771977 -1981) II:14:9
BOA CAUGHT AT FORT STOTSENBERG I:70:21
BOARDING A TRANSPORT AT MANILA FOR
HOME (1900(1900-) III:A3:32
BOAT MARKET (HAGONOY, BULACAN) I:38:2
BOATS UNDER
UNDER CONSTRUCTION AT
ENGINEER ISLAND (1913) V:7:135
BODEGAS AND SUGAR LORCHAS,
LORCHAS, ISLAND OF
NEGROS (POSTCARD) III:A22:110
BOGO (CEBU) I:42:6
BOGUSLAV, DAVID I:161:16
BOHLEN, CHARLES E. (MRS.) II:24:7II:24:7-8,
1212- 13,27,13,27, - 29,31, 3535-36, 40
BOHLEN, CHARLES E. (U.S.
AMBASSADOR, JUNE 19571957- OCTOBER
1959) II:24:1II:24:1-44
BOHLEN, CHARLES E. (U.S.
AMBASSADOR) I:167:5
BOHLEN, CHARLES E.,
E. , MRS. BOHLEN,
AND GOV. AND MRS. CONRADO
ESTRELLA (DAGUPAN, 1959) II:24:27
BOHLEN, CHARLES E. – VISIT TO
DAGUPAN (1959) II:24:1II:24:1 -.31, 37
BOHLEN, CHARLES E., WITH PRETTY
FILIPINAS II:24:41
BOHLEN. CHARLES WITH CARLOS P.
GARCIA (1959) I:166:14
BOHOL, NEGROS AND CEBU (MAP)
I:170:19
BOILER PLANT (1908) III:A15:5
BOLAND, JO I:76:46
I:76: 46
BOLONG NATIVES OF ZAMBOANGA
I:183:49
BOMBED JAPANESE SHIP AT LA UNION
I:152:3
BOMBEROS. FIRE DEPARTMENT SQUAD
IN THE INTRAMUROS, MANILA
I:158:39
BOMBEROSBOMBEROS- THE FIRE DEPARTMENT OF
MANILA (1898(1898-) III:A5:30
BOMBING CORREGIDOR PRIOR TO
LANDING BY U.S. TROOPS
TROOPS I:49:3
BON VOYAGE ARCH (MINDANAO) I:59:42
BONE YARD AT CHRISTOPER
CHRISTOPER COLON
CEMETERY, HAVANA, CUBA (1900(1900-)
III:A3:131
BONE YARD AT CLARK (1945) III:A11:52III:A11:5253
BONE YARD AT PACO CEMETERY I:129:94
BONE YARD IN PACO CEMETERY (MANILA,
1898) III:A5:138
B ONGSPROBANDH, WAN WAITHAYAKON
KROMMUN NARUDHIP, PRINCE
(THAILAND, SEATO, 1954) I:157:1
BONI, OVID, ET. AL, AT THE UNIVERSITY
CLUB (LATE 1930’S) V:5:69V:5:69- 70
BONIFACIO DRIVE (MANILA) I:105:16
BONTOC (BENGUET) I:121:45
BONTOC BOY CARRYING AX (1900(1900 -)
III:A6:58
BONTOC CLUB HOUSE I:121:47
BONTOC DANCE (1900(1900-) III:A12:22
BONTOC FAMILY I:55:10I:55:10-11
BONTOC IGOROT GIRLS I:55:8I:55:8-9
BONTOC INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL I:34:6
BONTOC PROVINCE (EVANS COLLECTION)
I:34:1I:34:1- 14; I:121:45
BONTOC RICE FIELD V:16:15
BONTOC
BONTOC SCHOOL GIRLS I:34:10
BOOK LAUNCHING OF THE BOOK “THE
PHILIPPINE CHART” BY MARY A.
COLEMAN I:186:5I:186:5- 9
BOSSERTON, MICHAEL I:160:2
BOSWORTH, STEPHEN (U.S. AMBASSADOR)
I:167:1
BOTANICAL GARDEN, MANILA (1900(1900 -)
III:A6:9III:A6:9- 11
BOTANICAL GARDENS
GARDENS SHOWING HOUSE OF
THE CITY ENGINEER (1913) V:7:74
BOTANICAL GARDENS, MANILA (POSTCARD)
I:111:1
BOTICA BOIE AND PHILIPPINE EDUCATION CO.
(ESCOLTA, POSTPOST-WAR) V:2:29
BOTICA BOIE DELIVERY CAR I:114I:114-A:2
BOUND IN HIS HOME WHICH WAS THEN SET
AFIRE BY JAPS I:85:23
BOWDITCH, EDWARD, JR. I:180:132
BOWDITCH, PETER (1907) I:163:5
BOWLING ALLEY (CAMP JOHN HAY) I:39:19
BOWMAN, R. S. (LT.) I:137:39
BOWNASS, RICHARD M. I:6:2I:6:2-3
BOY AND HIS ZACATE HARVEST I:134:3
BOY ON A CARABAO (POSTCARD) I:142:12
BOYD, ALAN (TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY,
19631963-1968) II:8:4
BOYNE, DOROTHY (MAY 1968) II:36II:36-A:1A:1 -5
BOYS FARM IN ALABANG I:186:52I:186:52 -53
BOYS OF BRENT SCHOOL, BAGUIO (1912)
V:8:36V:8:36-37
BOYS SCHOOL, PENAR DEL RIO, CUBA (1900(1900) III:A3:137
BRADFORD, G. P. I:116:10
BRADY, JAMES
JAMES (PRESS SECRETARY, 198119811989) II:15:18II:15:18-20
BRAMBLES, GRACE I:66:10
BRANAGAN, FRANK A. WITH THE U. S.
PHILIPPINE COMMISSION I:132I:132 -A:3A:3-4
BRANDIAS
BRANDIAS (PANGANTOCAN, BUKIDNON)
I:37:22
BRASS POT I:73I:73-A:22
BRAUGER, WILLIAM E. (BRIG. GEN.) I:169:49I:169:49 51
BREAD DELIVERY AT FT. STOTSENBERG
(1920) III:A11:26
BREAKWATER AT MANILA (POSTCARD)
III:A22:126
BREECH BLOCK 12 IN. MORTAR (U.S.
ARMYARMY-888) I:130:84
BREIT, CHARLES E. OF THE
HEADQUARTERS DEMOLITION PLAT,
CORREGIDOR V:11:36
V:11:36
BRENN, HARRY A. (ICA/MANILA
DIRECTOR) I:166:39I:166:39- 40
BRENT SCHOOL CHAPEL V:8:49V:8:49- 51
BRENT SCHOOL STUDENTS (1909(1909-1912)
V:8:26V:8:26-52
BRENT SCHOOL, BAGUIO (1909(1909 -1934)
V:8:1V:8:1-53
BRENT SCHOOL, FIRST CLASS, WITH
AYRAULT AND OGILBY (1909)
(1909) V:8:40
BRENT, CHARLES HENRY V:47V:47- 48
BRENT, CHARLES HENRY BISHOP
(FOUNDER, ST. LUKE’S HOSPITAL)
I:150:99I:150:99-100
BRENT/OGILBY/BAGUIO SCHOOL
(CARTER COLLECTION) V:8:1V:8:1-67
BRIDGE (CEBU) I:42:2
BRIDGE ACROSS THE MATANSAS RIVER,
CUBA (1900(1900-) III:A3:145
III:A3:145
BRIDGE DESTROYED BY INSURGENTS AT
BAG BAG RIVER (1900(1900-) III:A3:80
BRIDGE OF SAN JUAN DEL MONTE
I:36:16
BRIDGE OF SPAIN (1898(1898-) III:A5:4
BRIDGE OF SPAIN (1914) III:A2
BRIDGE OF SPAIN (MANILA) I:35:1I:35:116, I:36:9; I:110:24
BRIDGE OF SPAIN (MOUNTED) I:109:6
BRIDGE OF SPAIN (POSTCARDS) I:35:1I:35:12; I:36:5,
I:36:5, III:A22:23
BRIDGE OF SPAIN, MANILA (1900(1900-)
III:A6:4
BRIDGE ON KENNON ROAD I:121:41
BRIDGE, FIRST I:36:2I:36:2- 3
BRIDGE, MANILA (1880(1880-1900) III:A14:7
BRIDGERS (MISS) WITH HER YOUNG
BOYS PUPILS AT
A T BRENT (1912)
V:8:41
BRIDGES I:36:1I:36:1 -16
BRINGING
BRING ING IN FROM THE BATTLEFIELD
THE BODY OF MAJ. GEN. LAWTON
(1899) I:132:14
BROACHED LANDING CRAFT AND
CONGESTED SUPPLIES I:96:1
BROADDUS, VICTOR NEAL I:66:11
BRONZE CANNON COMMANDING
C OMMANDING ENTRANCE
TO PASIG (1898(1898-) III:A5:36
BROOKS, HAROLD I:70:31
BROOKS, JEAN I:66:34
BROWN, ANGUS I:8:10I:8:10- 11
BROWN, BLYTHE I:8:12
BROWN, ERNEST L. I:11:74
BROWN, FELISA S. WITH MOJAJILON
ESPITAL, AND MAYOR LEROY S. BROWN
V:10:42V:10:42- 43
BROWN, HAROLD (DEFENSE SECRETARY,
19771977-1981) II:14:10
BROWN, LEROY S. WITH MOJAJILON ESPITAL,
AND FELISA S. BROWN V:10:42
BRYAN, ELMER B. I:164:55
BRYAN, ISABEL I:8:1
BRYAN, WILLIAM J. WITH FRANKLIN D.
ROOSEVELT AND PRES. WOODROW
WILSON (1914) II:4:2
BRYANT, RALPH LEE COLLECTION I:36I:36 -A:1A:132
BRZEZINSKI, ZBIGNIEW (SECURITY ADVISER,
19771977-1981) II:14:11
BSIHOPS SANFORD AND MOSHER AT BRENT
SCHOOL, BAGUIO (1928) V:8:53
BUA ROAD (BAGUIO) I:121:38I:121:38- 39
BUA SCHOOL (BAGUIO) I:16:22; I:60:25
BUA SCHOOL STUDENTS (BAGUIO) I:16:22;
I:16:22;
I:60:25
BUBLE SPORT GUM (DELIVERY VAN) I:114I:114A:6
BUCHANAN, JAMES (U.S. PRESIDENT, 185718571861) II:1:14
BUCHTA, ALBERT (ADDRESSEE OF POSTCARD
OF PACO CEMETERY) I:125:8
BUCKLEY, JAMES L. (SENATOR) II:37:1II:37:1-3
BUCKLEY, JAMES L., GUEST AT THE MANILA
OVERSEAS
OVERSEAS PRESS CLUB CONFERENCE
II:37:3
BUENCAMINO, F., JR. I:7:42
BUENCAMINO, VICTOR I:116:14
BUGO (MISAMIS ORIENTAL) I:143:17I:143:17-18
BUILDING MARKET HOUSE (1900(1900-) III:A3:11
BUILDING STRUCTURES IN ESCOLTA (1931(19311935) I:128:18I:128:18- 19
BUILDING STRUCTURES IN PAMPANGA
PAMPANGA (1910)
I:127:12I:127:12- 15
BUILDING, CONCRETE (MANILA) I:77:3
BUILDINGS, STRUCTURES (CEBU) I:42:28I:42:2829, 3232- 33
BUKIDNON (PROVINCE) I:37:1I:37:1-23
BUKIDNON BASEBALL TEAM I:160:8
BUKNAY WOMAN V:15:9
BULACAN (PROVINCE) I:38:1I:38:1-2
BULACAN BRIDGE I:104:1
BULDUN (COTABATO) I:52:9I:52:9 -10
BULL FIGHT-FIGHT-- SPAIN’S NATIONAL SPORT
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:88
BULLFIGHT (MINDANAO) I:119I:119-A:34A:34-35
BUMPERS AND TWISTERS, HAT FACTORY
(1908) III:A15:21
BUNKERS (PHIL(PHIL-AM WAR) I:130:74I:130:74 -80,
110110 -112
BUNUAN, VICENTE II:74:29
BUNYI,
BUNYI, ALFREDO II:74:30
BUREAU OF EDUCATION (1911) I:164:39
BUREAU OF EDUCATION (1912) I:164:40
BUREAU OF PRINTING, MANILA
(POSTCARD) I:111:2;
I:111:2; III:A22:51
III:A22: 51
BUREAU OF SCIENCE ACQUARIUM I:82:7
BUREAU OF SCIENCE BUILDING,
BUILDING,
MANILA (POSTCARD) III:A22:50
B URGER, WARREN (CHIEF JUSTICE)
SWEARING THE OATH AS
PRESIDENT TO JIMMY CARTER AS
ROSALYNN CARTER LOOKS ON
(1977) II:11:18
BURGER, WARREN (CHIEF JUSTICE)
GIVING THE OATH OF OFFICE TO
PRES. RONALD REAGAN II:12:3II:12:3-4;
II:12II:12-A:12A:12- 16
BURIAL AT SEA V:5:9V:5:9- 13
BURIAL
BURIAL JAR (BENGUET) I:77:21
BURIAL OF THE VICTIMS OF THE MAINE,
CHRISTOPHER COLON CEMETERY,
HAVANA, CUBA (1900(1900 -) III:A3:133
BURIAL PLACE FOR CHILDREN, PACO
CEMETERY (1930) I:125:3
BURIAL VAULTS FOR CHILDREN, PACO
CEMETERY (1930) I:125:1
BURIAL VAULTS, PACO
PA CO CEMETERY
(POSTCARD) I:125:9
BURMESE OFFICIAL WITH AMB. HENRY A.
BYROADE AND JOHN GLENN
II:29:13II:29:13-17
BURNHAM DEVELOPMENT (MANILA)
I:105:45
BURNHAM PARK (1901) I:15:3, 27, 292932; I:17:30I:17:30-31
BURNHAM, DANIEL II:61:1
BURNING OF MALOLAS, INSURGENT CAPITOL
CAPI TOL
OF THE PHILIPPINE (1900(1900-) III:A3:83
BURNING OF MANILA HOUSE, TONDO
DISTRICT (1900(1900 -) III:A3:53
BURNING THE TONDO DISTRICTIN MANILA
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:47
BURRIDGE, A. LEWIS V:9:8,13,14
BURRIDGE, A. LEWIS AND TOM CARTER WITH
AMCHAM HISTORY BOOK V:9:8
BURRIDGE,
BURRIDGE, A. LEWIS PRESENTING TOM
CARTER’S AMCHAM HISTORY TO PRES.
MARCOS V:9:13
BURRIDGE, A. LEWIS WITH, WILLIAM QUASHA,
ET AL.
AL. V:9:14
BURROWS, CHARLES II:61:28II:61:28- 29
BURRYING THE DEAD AT SANTA ANA
(FEBRUARY 6, 1899) III:A5:71
BURTON, ALMA H. (1916) I:164:58
BUS STATION (BAGUIO) I:16:14
BUSH, BARBARA AND GEORGE BUSH
II:13:10II:13:10-12
BUSH, GEORGE (U.S. PRESIDENT, 19891989 1993) II:1:38; II:13:1II:13:1- 13
BUSH, GEORGE AND BARBARA BUSH
II:13:10II:13:10-12
BUSH, GEORGE DURING A MEETING II:13:13
BUSH, GEORGE DURING PRESIDENTIAL
CAMPAIGN
CAMPAIGN II:13:3II:13:3-6
ST
BUSH, GEORGE INAUGURATION AS 41
PRESIDENT II:13:7II:13:7 -9
BUSH, GEORGE WITH AMCHAM BOARD OF
DIRECTORS AND GUESTS V:9:14
BUSH, GEORGE WITH RONALD REAGAN II:12II:12A:3
BUSH, GEORGE WITH RONALD REAGAN AND
ALEXANDER HAIG II:12II:12-A:37
BUSH, GEORGE WITH RONALD REAGAN, ET AL.
II:12II:12-A:36
BUSICK, RALPH II:61:26II:61:26 -27
BUSINESS DISTRICT (BAGUIO) I:16:23
BUSINESS DISTRICT (RUINS) III:A8:4, 30
BUSINESS DISTRICT IN ESCOLTA I:63:5I:63:5- 14;
I:106:15
BUSINESS SECTION, MANILA (POSTCARD)
I:111:31
BUSTILLOS (SAMPALOC, MANILA)
MANILA) I:105:65;
I:110:8I:110:8 -10
BUSTILLOS CHURCH (SAMPALOC, MANILA)
I:105:65; I:110:8I:110:8-10
BUSTRAIN AT ESCOLTA I:63:4I:63:4-6, 8; I:106:15
BUTLER, NANA I:5:53; I:6:11
BUTU, HADJI I:122:50, 81
BUTUAN RESIDENTS RECEIVES TYPHOON
RELIEF SUPPLIES DONATED BY THE
U. S. NAVY (1984) I:166:33
BYROADE, HENRY A. AND MRS. BYROADE
AT THE MOON ROCK EXHIBIT
II:29:18
BYROADE, HENRY A. (U.S. AMBASSADOR,
AUGUST 19691969- MAY 1973) II:29:1II:29:139
BYROADE, HENRY A. AND MRS. BYROADE
AT THE BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR SEN,
GERARDO ROXAS ; WITH MR. AND
MRS. JOSE YULO JR., ET AL
II:29:19II:29:19-23
BYROADE, HENRY A. PRESENTING CHECK
TO JAMES J. WOLAHAN. LOOKING
ON IS WILLIAM HAMILTON II:29:8
BYROADE, HENRY A. WITH MRS.
BYROADE, AND PRES. AND MRS.
FERDINAND E. MARCOS AT THE
LEYTE LANDING ANNIVERSARY
II:29:25
II: 29:25
BYROADE, HENRY A. (IN BURMA, AS
AMBASSADOR) SHOWING HIS ROLLS
ROYCE II:29:34II:29:34-39
BYROADE, HENRY A. (MRS.) I:89:3I:89:3-4;
I:171:29
BYROADE, HENRY A. (U.S. AMBASSADOR)
I:66:40I:66:40 -41; I:67:2I:67:2- 4; I:89:3I:89:3- 4;
I:118:2I:118:2 -6; I:167:6; I:171:26I:171:26 -29;
I:172:57I:172:57-58
BYROADE, HENRY
HENRY A. AND HIS FAMILY
II:29:31II:29:31-33, 4949- 50
BYROADE, HENRY A. AND MRS. BYROADE,
WITH DUKE ELLINGTON, AND MR. &
MRS. REDENTOR ROMERO II:29:10
BYROADE, HENRY A. AND MRS. BYROADE,
WITH MRS. IMELDA R. MARCOS
(SEPTEMBER 19, 1969) II:29:24
BYROADE, HENRY A. AND MRS. BYROADE,
WITH PRES. AND MRS. FERDINAND
E. MARCOS, AND MR. AND MRS.
HENRY FORD II (MARCH 1, 1971)
II:29:40II:29:40-41
BYROADE, HENRY A. AT THE DEDICATION
CEREMONY, U.S. EMBASSY II:29:27
BYROADE, HENRY A. AT THE VETERANS
DAY, FORT BONIFACIO II:29:28
BYROADE,
BYROADE, HENRY A. PAYS HOMAGE TO
THE AMERICAN UNKNOWN SOLDIER
AT THE RED BEACH IN PALO LEYTE
(OCTOBER 23, 1970) II:29:29II:29:29- 30
BYROADE, HENRY A. RECEIVING A CHECK
II:29:9
BYROADE, HENRY A. SPEAKING AT THE
MANILA AMERICAN CEMETERY II:29:26
BYROADE, HENRY A. WITH AMERICAN
LEGIONNAIRES II:29:11
BYROADE, HENRY A. WITH JOHN GLENN AND
A BURMESE OFFICIAL II:29:13II:29:13- 17
BYROADE, HENRY A., RECEPTION FOR THE
GERSTENBERG (MARCH 15, 1972)
II:29:42II:29:42-46
BYROADE, HENRY MRS. BYROADE WITH MRS.
NANCY REAGAN, AND PRES. AND MRS.
FERDINAND
FERDINAND MARCOS, 1969 III:A18:14III:A18:1415
BYROADE, HENRY WITH MRS. NANCY REAGAN,
AND PRES. AND MRS. FERDINAND
MARCOS, 1969 III:A18:3
BYROADE, WILLIAM WITH DIOSDADO
MACAPAGAL I:166:25
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C-47 PLANE BEGINS ITS RUN WITH BATTERY
WHEELER, CORREGIDOR V:11:6
C-47 PLANE
PLANE CLIMBING OUT OVER MALINTA
HILL, CORREGIDOR V:11:5
rd
C-47 PLANE DROPPING 503 PRCT
PARATROOPERS ON “B” FIELD,
CORREGIDOR V:11:18
C-47 PLANE DROPPING SUPPLIES ON FORT
MILLS, CORREGIDOR V:11:9
TH
C-47 PLANE OF THE 317 TROOP CARRIER
GROUP RELEASING PARATROOPERS,
PARAT ROOPERS,
CORREGIDOR V:11:4
C-47 PLANE PREPARING TO PASS OVER THE
DROP ZONES, CORREGIDOR V:11:3
C-47 PLANES DROP SUPPLIES AND
AMMUNITION TO TROOPS I:48:14
CABAL, MANUEL F. II:74:31
CABAL, MANUEL F. (GEN.) AND SEC.
FELIXBERTO SERRANO ACCOMPANYING
U.S. VICE
VICE PRES. LYNDON B. JOHNSON IN
MANILA (1961) II:8:6
CABANATUAN POW MEMORIAL I:77:12
CABANBAN, BENITO C. (ST. LUKE’S HOSPITAL
CHAIRMAN, BOARD OF GOVERNORS,
19671967- 1978) I:150:92
CABANGBANG, BARTOLOME II:74:9
CABARRUS, JESUS II:74:32
CABELLO
CABELLO ISLAND (JUNE(JUNE - DECEMBER
1945) III:A10:72III:A10:72- 73
CABRERA, F. I:66:23
CAGAYAN DE ORO, MINDANAO V:9:130V:9:130 133
CAGAYAN DE SULU (MINDANAO)
I:122:19I:122:19-20
CAGAYAN DE SULU MORO CHILD I:65:2
CAGAYAN PROVINCE (POSTCARD)
I:142:20
CAGAYAN RIVER I:37:13
CAGAYAN VALLEY SCENES V:14:9V:14:9-28
CAGUIAT, LOURDES I:66:10
CAILLES (GEN.) – SURRENDER I:129:96
CALABRO, DOMENECIO WITH
LEONARD G. DAWSON, ET AL V:12:6
CALAMBA CHURCH (LAGUNA) I:44:32I:44:32- 33
CALAPAN (ORIENTAL MINDORO) I:66:29
CALDAZA, URBANO II:74:33
CALDERA BAY (ZAMBOANGA)
(ZAMBOA NGA) I:183:54
CALDERA, PORT OF (ZAMBOANGA)
I:183:39
CALDERON, CICERO D. WITH WILLIAM E.
STEVENSON, ALFREDO T. MORALES,
AND ROBERT SILLIMAN AT THE
SILLIMAN UNIVERSITY, DUMAGUETE
II:26:17
CALDITO, DOROTEA I:186:12
CALESA/CARRETELA I:136:4, 77-8
CALESIN (TWO
( TWO WHEELED GIG) I:136:4
ST
CALIFORNIA INFANTRY. 1 REGIMENT
I:131:2I:131:2 -3
CALIFORNIA RABBIT KILLING (1900(1900 -)
III:A3:116
CALINGO, MAURO (MRS.) WITH AMB. AND
MRS. WILLIAM E. STEVENSON
II:26:20
CALINGO, MAURO LISTENS TO MRS.
WILLIAM E. STEVENSON II:26:25
CALINGO,
CALIN GO, MAURO WITH MRS. WILLIAM E.
STEVENSON II:26:21II:26:21-23
CALISTHENIC DRILL OF SCHOOL
CHILDREN (1913) V:7:9
CALISTHENIC EXERCISE (1900(1900-)
III:A3:73
CALL TO DINNER AT INDIANAN (SULU)
I:122:80
CALLE CARRIEDO. MANILA
MANILA (POSTCARD)
III:A22:29
CALLE
CALLE DE LA ESCOLTA, MANILA (1880(18801900) III:A14:16, 19
CALLE DEL ROSARIO (FLOODED) I:159:72, 74
CALLE DEL ROSARIO, MANILA (1880(1880 -1900)
III:A14:17
CALLE DEL TANQUE, PACO (1880(1880-1900)
III:A14:28
CALLE ESTEBAN (OLONGAPO) I:162:15
CALLE GENERAL SOLANO,
SOLANO, MANILA
(POSTCARD) III:A22:30
III:A22: 30
CALLE REAL (INTRAMUROS) I:82:8, 52;
I:105:31
CALLE REAL (MALATE) I:103:2I:103:2-4
CALLE REAL, MANILA (1900(1900 -) III:A6:20
CALLE REAL, SAN AGUSTIN CONVENT, MANILA
(1900(1900 -) III:A6:20
CALLE ROSARIO (MANILA) I:106:16I:106:16-17, 20
CALLE ROSARIO,
ROSARIO, BINONDO, MANILA V:1:6, 13
CALLE ROSARIO, MANILA (POSTCARD) V:1:13
CALLE SANTO CHRISTO, BINONDO
(POSTCARD) III:A22:32
CALLE S. PIO (FLOODED) I:159:73
CALLEJA, JUAN (PARISH PRIEST) WITH
LEONARD G. DAWSON AND ALBAY
PROVINCIAL STAFF (1904(1904 -1905)
1905)
V:12:10
CALOOCAN (1898(1898-) III:A5:76
CALOOCAN CHURCH I:25:2
CALOOCAN CHURCH (1898(1898- ) III:A5:69
CALOOCAN RAILROAD (1898(1898 -) III:A5:24
CALUGAS, JOSE (CAPT.) RECIPIENT OF
CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL OF HONOR
I:65:14
CALUGAS, JOSE I:65:14; II:74:16
CALUMPIT BRIDGE (BULACAN) I:36:13
CAMERAS FOCUS ON PRES. REAGAN AS HE
DELIVERS HIS INAUGURAL ADDRESS
II:12II:12-A:24
CAMP 4 (BAGUIO) I:16:24
CAMP BUMPUS (TACLOBAN, LEYTE) I:119:1
CAMP DEWEY I:119:17I:119:17-21; I:129:86
CAMP DOWNES OFFICER’S
OFFICER’ S ROW, ORMOC,
LEYTE (POSTCARD) III:A22:111
CAMP JOHN HAY (BAGUIO CITY) I:39:1I:39:1 -36
CAMP JOHN HAY (EVANS COLLECTIONS)
I:39:29I:39:29 -36
CAMP JOHN HAY (POSTCARDS) I:39:3I:39:3- 7, 29;
29;
III:A22:74III:A22:74- 75
CAMP JOHN HAY, SHERIDAN
SHERIDAN DRIVE
(POSTCARD) III:A22:75
CAMP JOHN HAY, BAGUIO V:10:20
V:10:20
CAMP JOHN HAY, BAGUIO CITY (1900(1900-)
III:A6:51III:A6:51-52
CAMP KEITHLY (PARANG, MINDANAO)
I:90:5; I:119:2I:119:2-5
ST
CAMP OF THE 1 INFANTRY, GOHN A JAY,
CUBA (1900(1900-) III:A3:157
CAMP SANCHEZ I:134:38
CAMP SCENE IN MALABON I:101:9
CAMP SCENE, PRESIDIO, SAN
SAN FRANCISCO
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:119
CAMP STOTSENBERG I:70:1I:70:1 -32;
III:A11:30III:A11:30- 31
CAMP STOTSENBURG (1925, 1927)
III:A11:30III:A11:30- 31
CAMP STOTSENBURG POST OFFICE
(1920) III:A11:22
CAMP STOTSENBURG, PLOT OF (1904)
III:A11:7
CAMP STOTSENBURG, SKETCH OF
(MARCH 4, 1904) III:A11:9
CAMP STOTSENBURG, SKETCH OF (MAY
8, 1903) III:A11:8
CAMPO, ISAGANI II:74:34
CANAL OF MANILA (1898(1898 -) III:A5:111
CANAL SCENE, INTERIOR OF MANILA
(1898(1898 -) III:A5:92
CANDABA RIVER (PAMPANGA) I:127:11
CANDAGUIT MANGYAN ROAD SELFSELF-HELP
PROJECT (MAY
(MAY 1957) I:166:3
CANDON EMBROIDERY SHOP, ILOCOS
SUR (1913) V:7:5
CANEBRAKE, CULION ISLAND (1913)
V:7:120
CANIGAO LIGHT STATION (1913) V:7:126
CANLAPAN, G. I:66:23
CANLAPAN, M. I:66:23
CANNISTRACI, ADELE WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON, ET AL.
AL. V:12:6
CANSINO, EDUARDO WITH GOV.
ESTRELLA,. AMB. BOHLEN, ET AL.
(1959) II:24:15
CANYON (SUBIC NAVAL BASE) III:A9:28
CAO KY, NGUYEN (PRIME MINISTER OF
VIETNAM) VISIT TO THE
PHILIPPINES (AUGUST 1010-13,
1966) II:76:17II:76:17-26
CAPE BOLINAO FLASHING LIGHT (1913)
(191 3)
V:7:131
CAPITANIA DEL PUERTO RIO PASIG, LA
(1880(1880 -1900) III:A14:6
CAPITOL GROUNDS (MANILA, 1900)
I:105:27, 49
CAPITOL OF PANGASINAN,
PANGASINAN, LINGAYEN
(POSTCARD) III:A22:81
CAPITOL, MANILA (1900(1900-) III:A6:27
CAPIZ (PROVINCE) I:40:1I:40:1 -3
CAPIZ
CAPIZ BEACH I:118I:118-A:15
CAPIZ BRIDGE OVER PANAY RIVER I:118I:118A:22
CAPIZ MUNICIPAL BUILDING I:40:2I:40:2-3
CAPIZ PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT BUILDING
I:118I:118- A:23
CAPIZ SOFTBALL TEAM (GIRLS) I:160:3
CAPTAIN GRIDLEY AND OFFICERS OF DEWEY
FLAGSHIP (1989) V:5:53
CAPTURE OF
O F MANILA I:170:5I:170:5-6
CAPTURED DISSIDENTS AT STA. ANA CHURCH
I:158:16
CAPTURED FILIPINO INSURGENTS I:158:46
CAPTURED INSURGENT TRENCHES I:25:5
CAPTURING JAP STRAGGLERS I:182:58
CAR. DIV. 25 OFF LEYTE GULF ATTACK BY JAP
FLEET I:93:19
CARABAO AND A LADY I:162:1
CARABAO AND CART I:33:1; I:80:2, 6;
I:106:16I:106:16-17; I:134:20; I:136:3
CARABAO AND CART (POSTCARD) I:142:31
CARABAO AND CART IN PAMPANGA (1929)
I:127:3
CARABAO AND HORSES I:104:10I:104:10- 12
CARABAO CART – TRANSPORTING ARMY
SUPPLIES (1898(1898-) III:A5:32, 115
CARABAO DUMP CART USED BY FORMER
GOVERNMENT, MANILA (1913) V:7:95
CARABAO IN POOL (JUNE(JUNE - DECEMBER 1945)
III:A10:18
CARABAO PLOWING A RICE PADDY (JUNE(JUNE DECEMBER 1945) III:A10:17
CARABAO RIDE BY AMERICAN SOLDIERS
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:20
CARABAO W/ AMERICAN BOY I:9:13
CARABAO WALLOW (POSTCARD) I:142:13
CARABAO, BEAST OF BURDEN (POSTCARD)
I:142:28
CARABAOCARABAO- MAN’S BEST FRIEND III:A1:12
CARABAOS (POSTCARDS) I:142:11I:142:11-14
CARABAOS AND CARTS IN PAMPANGA (1910)
I:127:19
CARABAOS ON RIVER BANKS (POSTCARD)
I:142:30
CARABAOS
CARABAOS ON THE FARM (POSTCARDS)
I:142:11I:142:11-12
CARABAOS ON THE FIELD I:134:24
CARABAOS SKIDDING LOG 30 FEET LONG
AND 12 INCHES SQUARE (1913) V:7:60
CARABAOS TAKING EVENING SWIM
(POSTCARD) I:142:32
CARABAOS WORKING ON RICE FIELDS
I:134:18I:134:18-19
CARAGARA (LEYTE) I:92:5
CARATONS (POSTCARD) I:142:14
CARDENAS, MOMOY AND LEO P. GONZAGA
V:9:2
CARDING MACHINE, HAT FACTORY (1908)
III:A15:18
CARGO VESSELS (MANILA PORT)
I:106:27I:106:27-28
CARL, HAROLD D. V:9:26
CARLOS GSELL (MANILA,
(MANILA, 1908) III:A15:1III:A15:128
CARLOSCARLOS-NO. 1 COCKER FROM BAGUIO
COUNTRY CLUB V:18:92V:18:92- 93
CARLUCCI, FRANK – VISIT TO THE
PHILIPPINES (SEPTEMBER 14,
1981) II:61:22
CARLUCCI, FRANK WITH ISABELA R.
CASTRO AND JAMES D. ROSENTHAL
II:61:22
CARMAN, PHIL I:76:17
I:76:17
CARMEN (CEBU) I:42:11I:42:11-12
CARMICHAEL, ELEANOR P. I:8:3
CARMICHAEL, JACK I:8:3
CARMICHAEL, JOHN R. I:76:72
CARMICHAEL, RODERICK I:70:31
CARNAHAN, GEORCE (VICE CONSUL)
WITH LEONARD G. DAWSON, ET AL.
AL.
V:12:5
CARNIVAL MEET (1913) V:7:11
CARPENTER, F. F. (LT. COL.) I:138:21
CARPENTER, J. H. WITH A. V. H.
HARTENDORP, AND VIRGINIA
GONDER V:9:12
CARRETELA DE PASAY I:136:7
CARRIEDO. MANILA
(POSTCARD) III:A22:29
III:A22:2 9
CARRIER BASED AIRCRAFT SINK JAP
SHIPS IN MANILA BAY I:107:5
CARRIER DIVISION 25 I:93:19
I:93: 1919- 20
CARRION, ENRIQUE I:7:32
CARROLL, HUGH (ICA ADVISER TO ACCFA)
I:166:18I:166:18-19
CARROMATA, THE MOST COMMONLY
USED VEHICLE I:136:8
CARRYING BADLY WOUNDED JAP FROM
AGRICULTURAL BUILDING I:109:11
CARS, OLD I:63:9I:63:9 -10
CARTELA (NATIVE VEHICLE) III:A8:14
CARTER
CARTER ADMINISTRATION (1977(1977-1981)
II:14:1II:14:1- 49
CARTER FAMILY PORTRAIT II:11:9
CARTER, CHIP AND MRS. CARTER, WITH
THEIR BABY II:11:12
CARTER, JIMMY (INAUGURAL PORTRAIT)
II:11:1II:11:1- 4
CARTER, JIMMY (U.S. PRESIDENT, 19771977 1981) II:1:36; II:11:1II:11:1- 67
CARTER, JIMMY ADDRESSES
AD DRESSES THE INDIAN
PARLIAMENT II:11:66
CARTER, JIMMY AND GISCARD D’ESTAING
VIEW THE OMAHA BEACH II:11:67
CARTER, JIMMY AND MRS. CARTER IN INDIA
II:11:35
CARTER, JIMMY AND MRS. CARTER WITH MR.
AND MRS. EDUARDO ROMUALDEZ
II:75:52
CARTER, JIMMY AND MRS. CARTER
C ARTER WITH
PRES. AND MRS. RONALD REAGAN
II:12:11
CARTER, JIMMY AND MRS. CARTER WITH
WEST GERMAN CHANCELLOR HELMUT
SCHMIDT AND EGYPTIAN PRES. ANWAR
SADAT IN EGYPT II:11:36
CARTER, JIMMY AND MRS. NANCY REAGAN
WITNESSING THE INAUGURATION OF
PRES. RONALD REAGAN
REAGAN II:12:3II:12:3-4; II:12II:12A:12
CARTER, JIMMY AND ROSALYNN AT THE
WHITE HOUSE II:11:17
CARTER, JIMMY AND ROSALYNN S. CARTER
(OFFICIAL PORTRAIT) II:11:6II:11:6-8
CARTER, JIMMY AND ROSALYNN SMITH
CARTER ON THEIR WEDDING DAY (JULY
1946) II:11:64
CARTER, JIMMY AS A TYPICAL
TYP ICAL TEENTEEN-AGE
FARM YOUTH II:11:62
CARTER, JIMMY AT THE AGE OF ONE YEAR
II:11:61
CARTER, JIMMY AT THE BRAZILIAN NATIONAL
WAR MEMORIAL IN RIO DE JANEIRO
II:11:32
CARTER, JIMMY AT THE FAMILY FARM IN
GEORGIA II:11:41
CARTER, JIMMY CAMPAIGNING AT A SHOE
FACTORY
FACTORY (FEBRUARY 1976) II:11:21
CARTER, JIMMY CONFERS WITH ROY JETKINS
IN BRUSSELS II:11:38
CARTER, JIMMY DONATING BLOOD II:11:42
CARTER, JIMMY IN EGYPT II:11:36
CARTER, JIMMY IN INDIA II:11:34II:11:34 -35, 66
CARTER, JIMMY IN LAGOS, NIGERIA
II:11:30II:11:30-31
CARTER, JIMMY IN RIO DE JANEIRO,
BRAZIL II:11:32II:11:32- 33
CARTER, JIMMY IN WARSAW, POLAND
II:11:27
CARTER, JIMMY POSED FOR THIS
PORTRAIT AS A MIDSHIPMAN AT THE
U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY II:11:63
CARTER, JIMMY POSES WITH HIS
SHIPMATES ABOARD THE USS
WYOMING (JUNE 1947) II:11:65
II: 11:65
CARTER, JIMMY TAKES THE OATH AS
PRESIDENT FROM CHIEF JUSTICE
WARREN BURGER AS ROSALYNN
CARTER LOOKS ON (1977) II:11:18
CARTER, JIMMY WITH A YOUNG GIRL IN
WARSAW, POLAND II:11:26
CARTER, JIMMY WITH BRAZILIAN PRES.
ERNESTO GAISEL II:11:33
CARTER,
CARTER, JIMMY
JI MMY WITH CHARLES DUNCAN
II:11:23
CARTER, JIMMY WITH DEMOCRATIC
PARTY CONGRESSIONAL LEADERS
II:11:22
CARTER, JIMMY WITH GERALD FORD
II:11:52II:11:52-54
CARTER, JIMMY WITH HIS MOTHER
LILLIAN II:11:19
CARTER, JIMMY WITH KING HUSSEIN AND
THE SHAH OF IRAN II:11:25
CARTER, JIMMY WITH MRS. CORETTA
SCOTT KING (FEBRUARY 1974)
II:11:20
CARTER, JIMMY WITH PRINCE FAHD AND
KING KHALID OF SAUDI ARABIA
II:11:24
CARTER, JIMMY WITH VENEZUELAN
PRES. CARLOS ANDRES PEREZ IN
VENEZUELA II:11:39II:11:39 -40
CARTER, LILLIAN WITH JIMMY CARTER
CARTE R
II:11:19
CARTER, ROSALYNN (OFFICIAL PORTRAIT
OF FIRST LADY) II:11:14II:11:14 -15
CARTER, ROSALYNN AND JIMMY CARTER
IN INDIA II:11:35
CARTER, ROSALYNN AND JIMMY CARTER
ON THEIR WEDDING DAY (JULY
1946) II:11:64
CARTER, ROSALYNN AND PRES. CARTER
WITH PRES. AND MRS.
M RS. RONALD
REAGAN II:12:11
CARTER, ROSALYNN BEFORE THE NATIONAL
PRESS CLUB II:11:116
CARTER, ROSALYNN S. AND JIMMY CARTER
(OFFICIAL PORTRAIT) II:11:6II:11:6-8
CARTER, ROSALYNN WITH BETTY FORD AND
LADY BIRD JOHNSON II:11:13
CARTER, THOMAS COLLECTION V:1V:1- 10
CARTER, THOMAS V:10:37V:10:37- 38, 41, 4747-48,
50, 52, 55
CARTER, THOMAS V:9:5, 8
CARTER, THOMAS AND A. LEWIS BURRIDGE
V:9:8
CARTER, THOMAS AT DR. JAMES STRONG
GRAVE, LATUAN, BASILAN V:10:37V:10:37- 38
CARTER, THOMAS WITH DATU UNDING, AND
MRS. REYES V:10:48
CARTER, THOMAS
THOMAS WITH MOJAJILON ESPITAL,
AND EDDIE REYES V:10:47
CARTER, THOMAS WITH MOJAJILON ESPITAL,
AND RAMON C. ASAGRA, IN BASILAN
V:10:50
CARTER, THOMAS WITH STANLEY PHILLIPS,
ET AL V:9:5
CARTER. ROSALYNN AND DAUGHTER AMY IN
NIGERIA II:11:29
CARTERS AND JOHN
JOHN I:9:5
CASCOES ON PASIG RIVER (POSTCARD)
I:128:1
CASERIO DE NIPA (1880(1880 -1900) III:A14:25
CASEY, H. J. (MAJ. GEN.) I:138:16
CASEY, HUGH J. I:5:54; I:138:16
CASEY, RICHARD G. (AUSTRALIA, SEATO,
1954) I:157:1
CASINO ESPANOL, MANILA
MANILA (POSTCARD)
III:A22:59
CASINO, SPANISH CLUB,
CLUB , MANILA (POSTCARD)
III:A22:59
CASTELLVI, JAIME I:116:12
CASTILLO, ANDRES II:74:35
CASTILLO, DELFIN AND LYNN ACEJAS
V:9:1
CASTLE AT BROADWAY ST., NEW MANILA
(1946) I:168:10I:168:10-11
CASTONON, JESUS II:74:36
CASTRO, ISABELO R. WITH FANK CARLUCCI
AND JAMES D. ROSENTHAL II:81:22
CASUALTIES OF THE PHILPHIL-AM WAR I:131:4,
13, 20, 30
CASUALTIES OF WAR (1898(1898 -) III:A5:54III:A5:54-57
CASUALTIES/REFUGEES,
CASUALTIES/REFUGEES, 19421942- 1945 V:26:22
CATBALOGAN, SAMAR I:119:22I:119:22-24, 27, 29
CATBALOGAN, SAMAR (1903) I:119:29
CATHEDRAL AT CALLE ISAAC PERAL
(RUINS, 1945) V:4:11V:4:11 - 12, 1616- 17
CATHEDRAL AT MANILA, SPANISH
PRISONERS (1900(1900 -) III:A3:31
III:A3: 31
CATHEDRAL AT SAN FERNANDO (1900(1900-)
III:A3:81
CATHEDRAL BUILT FOR BISHOP BRENT
(RUINS, 1945) V:4:11V:4:11 - 12, 1616- 17
CATHEDRAL CHURCH EARTHQUAKE
RUINS (1880) III:A14:31
CATHEDRAL IN MANILA, RUINS (1945)
V:4:11V:4:11-12, 1616-17
CATHEDRAL OF BATANGAS I:44:37
CATHEDRAL OF MANILA,
INTRAMUROS, MANILA (POSTCARD)
I:113:2
CATHEDRAL OF ST. MARY AND ST. JOHN,
MANILA (RUINS, 1945) V:4:13
CATHEDRAL OF ST. MARY AND ST. JOHN
I:44:18
CATHEDRAL, MANILA (POSTCARD)
(P OSTCARD)
III:A22:64
CATHOLIC CHURCH
CHURCH IN VIGAN (1950)
I:175:6
CATHOLIC CHURCHES, MANILA (JUNE(JUNE DECEMBER 1945) III:A10:12III:A10:12-16
CATHOLIC RELIEF SERVICES (1969)
I:166:1
CATHOLICS AT WORSHIP (1900(1900 -) III:A3:3
CAVALRY CHARGECHARGE - GENERAL ANTONIO
MASAO (1900(1900-) III:A3:124
CAVALRY ESCORT ON THE
THE OVERTON
OVERTONONKEITHLEY ROAD, MINDANAO
(POSTCARD) III:A22:118
CAVALRY PARADE GROUND,
GROUND,
FORT WILLIAM MCKINLEY
(POSTCARD) III:A21:6; III:A22:43
CAVE (JOLO) I:119I:119 -A:1
CAVES (CEBU) I:42:61
CAVITE (PROVINCE) I:41:1I:41:1 - 18
CAVITE.
CAVITE . SOLDIER’S GRAVE (1898(1898-)
III:A5:134
CAVITE HEADQUARTERS (1898) I:131:23
CAVITE NAVAL STATION,
STATION, FERRY
LANDING (POSTCARD) III:A22:89
III:A22:89
CAVITE NAVY YARD I:41:4, 1010-12
CAVITE, DRY DOCK (1898(1898-) III:A5:19
CEBU (PROVINCE) I:43:1I:43:1-7; I:42:1I:42:1-61
CEBU (PROVINCE) PREPRE -WAR I:42:1I:42:1- 61
CEBU CAVE I:42:61
CEBU CHURCH I:42:13
CEBU CITY (1906(1906- 1907) III:A16:77III:A16:77 -79
CEBU HARBOR I:42:16,31, 4848-49, 5252- 53
CEBU HARBOR (1900) V:14:34V:14:34- 35
CEBU HIGH SCHOOL (POSTCARD)
(PO STCARD) III:A21:7;
III:A21:7;
III:A22:108
CEBU PLAZA I:42:1
CEBU PROVINCE (1911) I:73:18
CEBU PROVINCE
PROVINCE (POSTCARD) I:73:18
CEBU SCENES V:10:58V:10:58 -65
CEBU WHARF (1900) V:14:33
CEBU, CLEARING THE CITY AREA I:170
CEBU, NEGROS AND BOHOL (MAP) I:170:19
CEBUANITAS & CEBUANITOS I:42:5I:42:5-6
CELEBRATION AFTER HEAD HUNTING I:55:18
CELEBRATION OF MASS AT STO. TOMAS
TOMAS
INTERNMENT CAMP I:156:13
CELLAR BOOK SHOP STEREOVIEW PHOTOS
I:134:30, 4747- 48
CEMETERY, WHERE THE AMERICAN SOLDIERS
TH
WHO FELL AUGUST 13 ARE BURIED
(1898(1898 -) III:A5:14
CENTRAL CHURCH (MANILA) I:44:7
CENTRAL PARK IN ZAMBOANGA I:183:46
CENTRAL SCHOOL (STA.
(STA. CRUZ, LAGUNA)
I:143:9
CENTRALCENTRAL-BORDNER SCHOOL GIRLS (1940)
I:66:10
CENTRALCENTRAL-BORDNER SCHOOL BOYS (1940)
I:66:11
CEREMONY IN RIO (JIMMY CARTER AT THE
BRAZILIAN NATIONAL WAR MEMORIAL IN
RIO DE JANEIRO) II:11:32
CERNAN, GENE (APOLLO – 10 ASTRONAUT)
WITH SPIRO
SPIRO T. AGNEW II:16:3
CHANCE, WILLIAM W. (LT., SIGNAL CORPS.
FIRST COMPANY, 1898) III:A5:119
CHANCERYCHANCERY- CONSULATE BUILDING (1947)
I:171:18
CHANGE OF COMMAND (JIMMY CARTER WITH
GERALD FORD) II:11:52
CHANNAULT, CLAIRE LEE (GEN.) I:169:2,
I:169:2, 62
CHANNEL BEACON, CEBU (1913) V:7:128
CHARLTON, G. C. (LT.) I:137:39
CHARMER IN INDIA (JIMMY CARTER WITH
SWATI, GRANDDAUGHTER OF INDIAN
PRES. SANJIVA REDDY) II:11:34
CHASE, ROBERT, VISITS MRS. IMELDA R.
MARCOS AT THE HOSPITAL
HOSPITAL (DECEMBER
1972) II:37II:37-A:1A:1- 2
CHECCI, VINCENT (ECA) I:166:16I:166:16 -17
CHICKASAW TUG I:96:1
CHIEF LUCAS OF THE NEGRITOS WITH
AMERICANS AT CAMP
STOTSENBERG (1919) III:A11:17
CHIEF OF POLICE, MANILA I:8:13
CHIEFTAINS OF PALAWAN I:126:11
CHILD WASHING
WASHING CLOTHES (1910)
III:A1:8
CHILDREN, SOUTHERN LUZON (1900(1900-)
III:A3:101
CHILDREN’S BB -DAY PARTY AT FT.
STOTSENBERG (1940) I:66:8
CHINA SEA, VIEW FROM CAMP SANCHEZ
I:134:39
CHINATOWN (1945(1945-) III:A8:38
CHINESE CEMETERY I:25:1
CHINESE CIVILIANS FLEE WHEN
WHEN
FIGHTING STARTS IN THEIR AREA
I:107:19
CHINESE MERCHANTS (ARCH)
WELCOMES DICKINSON AND PARTY
IN MINDANAO I:59:8I:59:8- 9
CHINESE MESTIZOS I:105:48
CHINESE PORTAL (1945(1945-) III:A8:13
CHINESE QUARTER IN BINONDO I:105:48
CHINESE QUARTERS AND BUSINESS
STREET, MANILA (1898(1898-) III:A5:107
CHIPLEY, ADRIAN V. (SUPERIOR COACH)
I:114I:114- A:23
CHITTICK, W. A. I:11:9
CHOLERA CENTER, MANILA (1913)
V:7:105
CHOLERA DETENTION CAMP AT SAN
LAZARO, MANILA (1913) V:7:102V:7:102103
CHOLERA HOUSE OVER FILTHY OPEN
OPEN
DRAIN (1913) V:7:99
CHOLERA SHACK, MANILA (1913)
V:7:106
CHOW TIME AT STO. TOMAS INTERNMENT
CAMP I:16I:16 -18
CHRISTIAN, CHARLES C. I:166:41
CHRISTIE, A. F. (CAPT.) I:169:53I:169:53- 56
CHRISTMAS II:62:17
CHRISTMAS GREETING CARD FROM
JUSTICE
JUSTICE AND MRS. VICKERS I:76:64
CHRISTMAS GREETING PHOTO FOR MRS.
C. E. HEILBRONN (1953) I:66:33
CHRISTMAS PARTY AT SS COOLIDGE
(1939) I:76:47
CHRISTMAS PARTY AT SUBIC NAVAL
BASE I:53:10
CHRISTOPHER COLON CEMETERY, HAVANA,
CUBA (1900(1900-) III:A3:131
CHURCH
CHURCH (CEBU) I:42:13
CHURCH AT CINGALON (1898(1898-) III:A5:50
CHURCH AT SAN PEDRO MAKATI, USED AS
HOSPITAL (STEREOVIEWS) I:137:14
CHURCH AT SANTA ANA I:129:85
CHURCH BELLS (1900(1900-) III:A7:57III:A7:57- 61
CHURCH CEMETERY I:44:12
CHURCH DRESS I:51:3
CHURCH EARTHQUAKE RUINS
RUINS (1880)
III:A14:31
CHURCH IN CALOOCAN (1898(1898-) III:A5:69
CHURCH IN INTRAMUROS (WAR DAMAGED IN
WALLED CITY) I:108:25
CHURCH IN VIGAN (1950) I:175:6
CHURCH OF NAGA (CEBU) I:44:6
CHURCH OF SAN FRANCISCO (INTRAMUROS)
I:82:39
CHURCH OF SAN IGNACIO I:44:26
I:44:26:26 -27
CHURCH OF SAN PHILIP I:44:34I:44:34- 35
CHURCH OF THE COMPANY OF JESUS I:44:28
CHURCH RUINS I:36I:36 -A:13A:13 - 16
CHURCH RUINS (MANILA, 1945) V:4:11V:4:11- 17
CHURCHES I:44:1I:44:1- 37
CHURCHES (POSTCARDS) I:44:5, 77- 8, 1010- 12,
17, 19
CHURCHILL, WINSTON (PRIME MINISTER OF
GREAT
GRE AT BRITAIN) WITH PRES. FRANKLIN
D. ROOSEVELT IN CASABLANCA
(JANUARY 1943) II:4:3
CHURCHILL, WINSTON WITH HARRY S.
TRUMAN AND JOSEF STALIN IN
POTSDAM, GERMANY (JULY 1945) II:15II:1517
CIGAR FACTORY (STA. CRUZ) I:105:56
CINCHONA NURSERY (BUKIDNON) I:37:21
CINGALON CHURCH, MANILA (1898(1898 -)
III:A5:50
CITY HALL (BAGUIO) I:16:9I:16:9 -10; I:121:44
CITY HALL, MANILA (1900(1900 -) III:A6:7
CITY HALL, MANILA (JUNE(JUNE - DECEMBER 1945)
III:A10:5
CITY HALL, MANILA (POSTCARD) III:A21:8;
III:A22:49
II:A22:49
CIVILIAN CUT BY JAP SABERS AND LEFT
FOR DEAD IN MANILA I:85:22
CIVILIANS TAKE COVER FROM JAP SNIPER
ON VITO CRUZ ST. I:107:20
RD
CLAGETT, J. R. (CAPT., 23 U.S. INFANTRY
OFFICER, 1898) III:A5:118
CLAREY,
CLAREY, BERNARD A. I:53:1
CLARK (ADMIRAL AND MRS.)
I:76:38I:76:38 -39
CLARK (ADMIRAL) I:76:2, 3838-39
CLARK AB SHOWING PARKED AIRCRAFT
(1945(1945 -1946) III:A11:54
CLARK AIR BASE I:10:20; I:70:33I:70:33 -35
CLARK AIR BASE GATE I:70:34
CLARK FIELD - OFFICERS RESTAURANT
(JULY 1946)
1946) III:A11:58
CLARK FIELD ’44 FIRST BARRACKS
(1944) III:A11:39III:A11:39- 40
CLARK FIELD ATTACK (1944) III:A11:48
CLARK FIELD CHECK POINT (1928)
III:A11:33
CLARK FIELD FIRST OUTDOOR MOVIE
THEATRE AFTER LIBERATION (LATE
1944 OR 1945) III:A11:55
CLARK FIELD HANGARS
HANGARS AFTER BOMBING
OF JAPANESE BY AAF (1944)
III:A11:50
CLARK FIELD PLANES AND HANGARS
AFTER BOMBING BY AAF (1944)
III:A11:51
CLARK FIELD – POST LIBERATION
BUILDING BOOM (LATE 1944 OR
EARLY 1945) III:A11:56
CLARK FIELD POST LIBERATION CONTROL
TOWER (1944) III:A11:49
CLARK FIELD, GI HOUSES (1949)
III:A11:66
CLARK FIELD, PAMPANGA (1946, 1948)
III:A11:63, 65
CLARK FIELD, POST EXCHANGE (1949)
III:A11:68
CLARK, GEO R. (ADM.) I:169:6
CLARK, GEORGE I:76:38I:76:38- 39
CLARK, HAROLD M. (1915) III:A11:2
CLARK, RAMSEY (ATTORNEY GENERAL,
19631963-1968) II:8:4
CLARK, S. WILSON (VICE CONSUL) WITH
LEONARD G. DAWSON, ET AL V:12:5
CLASS OF STUDENTS WITH THEIR
SOLDIERSOLDIER -TEACHER (1899) V:5:28V:5:2830
CLASS PICTURE I:60:16I:60:16 -23
CLASSROOM SCENE (EDUCATION,
AMERICAN PERIOD) V:4:41
CLASSROOM SCENE OF YOUNG
CHILDREN I:60:3I:60:3-7
CLASSROOM SCENE, PHILIPPINE
NORMAL SCHOOL I:60:13
CLAVER (BISHOP) WITH AMB. VICENTE
ARANAS I:186:48
CLAY POT I:73I:73-A:21
TH
CLAYTON, J. B. (LT., 18 U.S. INFANTRY
OFFICER, 1898) III:A5:113
CLEAN PATH CUT
C UT FOR OVER A HUNDRED FEET
THROUGH THE FOREST (1913) V:7:42
CLEARING PUERTO PRINCESA HARBOR
I:170:12
CLEARING THE CEBU CITY AREA I:170:10
CLEARING THE CENTRAL VISAYAN ISLANDS
I:170:9
CLEARING THE DAVAO AREA I:170:11
CLIFF HOUSE AND SEAL ROCKS, SAN
FRANCISCO
FRANCISCO (1900(1900-) III:A3:115
CLINTON, WILLIAM SHAKING HANDS WITH JIM
CONWAY, BOB ROBBINS, AND OTHER
WAR VETERANS, CORREGIDOR
(NOVEMBER 13, 1994) V:9:83
CLOMAN, SYDNEY (PHOTOS OF MOROS)
I:122: 4848-65, 76, 7878 -79, 8181 -85
CLOSE, NELLIE I:66:34
CLOTH CUTTING AND UMBRELLA MAKING,
UMBRELLA FACTORY (1908) III:A15:26
COALING PLANT (OLONGAPO) I:162:19
COALING SHIPSHIP -U.S.S. MAINEMAINE -LEAGUE ISLAND
(POSTCARD) I:162:37
COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY DIRECTOR
AND STAFF (WASHINGTON, DC,
FEBRUARY 1894) I:186:68
COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY STEAMER
RESEARCH (1913) V:7:113
COAST OF ROMBLON I:143:12
COCINERA DE FILIPINA I:136:9
COCK ART V:20:60
COCK BET V:18:59
COCK BETS V:18:81V:18:81 -91
COCK BREEDER V:18:58
COCK FIGHTER OF SULU I:45:3
COCK FIGHTING IN MINDANAO (1900(1900-)
III:A3:104
III:A3: 104
COCK GROUNDS V:20:68
COCK QUACK V:18:6V:18:6-8
COCK SCALE V:18:9V:18:9- 17
COCK SPUR V:17:24V:17:24 -25; V:19:10V:19:10 -12
COCKERS COFFEE SHOP V:20:25V:20:25 -26
COCKFIGHT AT THE JARO MARKET I:80:1
COCKFIGHT I (KIP MOORE COLLECTION)
V:17:1V:17:1-100
COCKFIGHT II (KIP MOORE COLLECTION)
V:18:1V:18:1-100
COCKFIGHT III (KIP MOORE COLLECTION)
V:19:1V:19:1-100
COCKFIGHT IV (KIP MOORE COLLECTION)
V:20:1V:20:1-71
COCKFIGHTER’S HAVEN V:17:100
COCKFIGHTERS V:17:13V:17:13-31; V:18:63V:18:63-69,
3636- 62; V:19:6V:19:6 -9, 99
COCKFIGHTERS AFTER GAME V:17:99
COCKFIGHTERS
COCKFIGHTERS IN ACTION V:17:85V:17:85- 97;
V:18:18
COCKFIGHTING I:45:1I:45:1-9; I:134:15
COCKFIGHTING (FILIPINOS AND
AMERICANS) I:45:6I:45:6- 7
COCKFIGHTING IN MINDANAO I:45:2I:45:2- 3, 5
COCKFIGHTCOCKFIGHT-LA DIEZ V:18:40V:18:40-57;V:19:90
57; V:19:90
COCKPIT I:45:8I:45:8- 9
COCKPIT V:17:1V:17:1-12; V:19:1V:19:1 -5, 1414- 47
COCKPIT ARENA V:17:8V:17:8 -12, 3232- 35;
V:19:14V:19:14- 47
COCKPIT BEAUTY V:20:67
COCKPIT BUSINESS V:20:31V:20:31-58
COCKPIT ENTERTAINER V:20:61V:20:61- 64
COCKPIT ENTRANCE V:18:100
COCKPIT IN MANILA (1930) I:106:4
COCKPIT PHOTOGRAPHER V:19:91V:19:91- 93
COCKPIT PROMO V:19:13
COCKPIT RESTAURANT
RESTAURANT V:20:25V:20:25-26
COCKPIT SCENES V:19:95V:19:95- 98
COCKPIT SCORE BOARD V:19:14
COCOANUT PALMS, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:171
COCOANUT RAFT (POSTCARD)
(POSTCARD)
III:A22:133
COCONUT GROVE (POSTCARDS)
I:142:19, 46
COCONUT GROVE, MANILA (POSTCARD)
I:142:19
COCONUT
COCONU T HUSKING I:186:50
COCONUT TREES AT LUCENA ROAD
I:134:40
CODY, PETER M. I:166:44
COFFEE BUSH, BENGUET (1913) V:7:36
COFFIN OF LATE PRES. QUEZON PLACED
ON CAISSON BY AMERICAN
MILITARY
MILITARY GUARD OF HONOR II:65:4
TH
COFFIN, J. W. (LT., 10 PENNSYLVANIA
VOLUNTEER
VOLUN TEER INFANTRY OFFICER,
1898) III:A5:139
COHEN, RICHARD I:166:43
COINS RECOVERED IN BAGUIO (1945)
V:24:51
COJUANGCO, EDUARDO AND MRS.
COJUANGCO WITH PRES. AND MRS.
FERDINAND MARCOS, AND GOV. AND
MRS. RONALD REAGAN, 1969 III:A18:6
COJUANGCO, JOSE, JR. V:20:1
V:20:1:20:1-3
COJUANGCO, JOSE, JR. WITH RAMON V.
MITRA, ET AL V:20:1V:20:1-2
COLBERT, J. F. (CAPT.) I:138:18
RD
COLE, H. G. (LT., 23 U.S. INFANTRY
OFFICER, 1898) III:A5:118
COLEMAN, MARY I:164:11, 15, 1717- 18, 4646-48
COLEMAN, MARY A., BOOK LAUNCHING OF
HER BOOK “THE PHILIPPINE
P HILIPPINE CHART”
I:186:5I:186:5 -9
COLET, JESUS I:66:11
COLGANTE BRIDGE (MANILA) I:36:10, 15
COLLANTES, MANUEL I:166:44; I:174:3
COLLANTES, MANUEL A. II:74:37
COLONIST CLEARING FORESTS AT THE
IWAHIG PENAL COLONY I:84:17
COLONISTS CLEARING BANK STREAMS AT
THE IWAHIG PENAL COLONY I:84:16
COLORADO OUTPOST (1898(1898 -) III:A5:48
COLORADO VOLUNTEERS I:131:15; I:176:3I:176:3-5
COLUMBIA CLUB, MANILA (1900(1900-) III:A6:15
COLUMBIA CLUB, MANILA (RUINS, 1945)
V:4:15
COMING AND GOING I:93:3
COMMAND POST OF LT. GEN. HOMMA AT THE
TIME OF BATAAN’S SURRENDER III:A9:1
COMMANDANCIA (CAVITE NAVY YARD)
I:41:12
COMMANDING OFFICERS AT SUBIC BAY
I:162:64I:162:64-66
COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS (PRE(PRE -WAR MANILA)
1:106:33
COMMISSARY BARRACKS, MANILA (1900(1900-)
III:A3:34
COMMONWEALTH COMMISSIONERS I:137:50
I: 137:50
COMMONWEALTH GOVERNMENT – ININ-EXILE
CONTINUES TO FUNCTION IN
WASHINGTON I:182I:182-A:12
COMMONWEALTH PERIOD OF THE
PHILIPPINES (1935(1935-1948) I:133:1I:133:1-18
COMPANIA DE JESUS CHURCH, MANILA
(1880(1880-1900) III:A14:29
COMPANIA MARITIMA
MARITIMA STEAMERS (AD)
I:186:3I:186:3-4
COMPANY OF FILIPINO SOLDIERS WITH
HAUSER RIFLES I:131:1
COMPANY OF PHILIPPINES
PHILIPPINES CONSTABULARY
(POSTCARD) III:A22:98
CONCRETE BUILDING IN MANILA
(POSTCARD) I:77:3
CONDITIONS DURING JUNE AND JULY,
1899 AT ANGELES III:A11:6
CONGRESS (HOUSE/SENATE) I:46:1I:46:1-3
CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL OF HONOR
I:65:14
CONNER, H.C., JR. LETTER (MARCH 30,
1944) III:A11:47
CONNOR, JOE, JR. I:47:1I:47:1-3
CONNOR, MARY I:7:43
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC, MANILA
(POSTCARD)
(POSTCAR D) I:111:15
CONSOLACION, CEBU ( ICA WELL
PROJECT) I:166:10
CONSTABULARY BARRACKS (BAGUIO)
I:16:27
CONSTABULARY HILL (BAGUIO) I:16:11
CONSTABULARY MT. CAMP, CEBU CITY
(1906(1906-1907) III:A16:77
CONSTRUCTION OF NEW CLUBHOUSE,
SEAFRONT COMPOUND I:172:1
I: 172:1
CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR
REPAIR
MAIN OFFICE, NAVAL STATION,
CAVITE (POSTCARD) III:A22:90
III:A22: 90
CONSTRUCTION OF U. S. EMBASSY
BUILDINGS I:172:2I:172:2 -5
CONSUNJI, DAVID I:166:47
CONTRERAS, DEBBIE (PACIFIC WAR
VETERANS HOMECOMING
PROGRAM) III:A9:1III:A9:1-64
CONVENT AT FORT
FORT MALATE, DAMAGED
BY THE AMERICAN GUNS IN
STORMING THE FORT (1900(1900-)
III:A3:54
CONWAY, JIM WITH PRES. CLINTON, BOB
ROBBINS, AND OTHER WAR
VETERANS, CORREGIDOR
(NOVEMBER 13, 1994) V:9:83
COOK, N. E. (CAPT.) I:137:39
COOKING ON THE FIRING LINE
LINE (1900(1900 -)
III:A3:86
COOLIDGE, CALVIN (U.S. PRESIDENT,
19231923-1929) II:1:28
COOPER, MILDRED I:66:10
COPELAND (CHIEF PUBLIC AFFAIRS
OFFICER ) II:61:2
CORAL, NICASIA I:186:11
CORDILLERA CHILDREN POSING NEAR
THE RICE TERRACES V:15:6
CORDILLERA DWELLINGS V:16:1V:16:1- 3
CORDILLERA FASHION V:15:27, 2929- 30
CORDILLERA HIGHLANDS V:16:7V:16:7- 9, 16
CORDILLERA HUTS V:16:1V:16:1- 4
CORDILLERA MAN LISTENING TO AUDIO TAPE
V:15:10
CORDILLERA MOTHER AND CHILD V:15:3
CORDILLERA MOUNTAIN SCENES V:8:61V:8:61- 63
CORDILLERA MOUNTAINS V:16:7V:16:7- 9, 16
CORDILLERA PEOPLE (KIP MOORE
COLLECTION) V:15:1V:15:1- 30
CORDILLERA ROAD V:16:4
CORDILLERA SCENES V:22:2V:22:2-4, 1111 -20
CORDILLERA SCENES (KIP MOORE
COLLECTION) V:16:1V:16:1- 29
CORDILLERA SCENES V:16:1V:16:1-4, 1717 -20
CORDILLERA SURVEY V:22:1
CORDILLERA WOMEN – ORNAMENTS
ORNAMEN TS
V:15:26V:15:26- 27, 30
CORDILLERA WOMENWOMEN-CHATTING V:15:20
CORDILLERA’S MADONNA V:8:63
CORFIELD, JOHN B. WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL STAFF
(NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
CORPUZ, ONOFRE D. II:74:17
CORREGIDOR (BATAAN ) I:36I:36-A:4
CORREGIDOR (BATAAN) – PREPRE -WAR I:47:1I:47:123
CORREGIDOR (BATAAN) 19421942-1945 I:49:1I:49:172
CORREGIDOR (JIM BLACK COLLECTION)
V:11:1V:11:1-43
CORREGIDOR DESTRUCTION (1945) I:49:1, 4,
1717- 19, 6060 -66
CORREGIDOR FALLS I:182:10
CORREGIDOR GUN CREW MEMBERS I:48:2I:48:2- 4
CORREGIDOR HOSPITAL I:36I:36-A:9
CORREGIDOR ISLAND (1898(1898 -) III:A5:104,
110
CORREGIDOR ISLAND TROLLEY V:5:16
CORREGIDOR LIGHT STATION I:48:18
CORREGIDOR LIGHTHOUSE WRECKED BY
BOMBARDMENT I:49:1, 6262- 63
CORREGIDOR SCENES (PRE(PRE -WAR) V:5:14V:5:14- 17
CORREGIDORCORREGIDOR-BATAAN MEMORIAL
COMMISSION
COM MISSION I:50:1
CORTEZ, CLARO V:18:73V:18:73-79
CORWINE, (MR.) AND MRS. HATHEWAY
(1906(1906- 1907) III:A16:51III:A16:51- 52
COSO, MATILDE
MATILDE WITH LEONARD G. DAWSON,
ET AL. V:12:6
COSTUME BALL I:8:8
COSTUME PARTY I:159:78I:159:78- 79
COSTUME PARTY AT SS COOLIDGE (JUNE
14, 1938) I:76:50
COSTUMES – PHILIPPINES I:51:1I:51:1-29
COSTUMES (POSTCARDS) I:51:1I:51:1- 6
COTABATO (PROVINCE) I:52:1I:52:1-12
COTABATO RIVER (AMERICAN ON BOARD
S.S. HART) I:52:6
COTABATO VALLEY ( POSTCARD)
III:A22:124
COTABATO, MINDANAO (WWII) I:120:2
COTTA DE CEBU (POSTCARD) I:42:14
COTTERMAN, CHARLES M. V:9:27V:9:27-28
COTTON PLANT “TOGUILLO”(1913)
V:7:27
COTTON, KAY I:7:22
COUNTRY CLUB, BAGUIO, BENGUET
(1906(1906-1907) III:A17:150III:A17:150-157, 173
COUNTRY HOME POSTCARD OF MRS. T.
BELL I:142:1
I: 142:1
COUNTRY HOME, MANILA (POSTCARD)
I:142:1
COUNTRY ROAD (POSTCARD) III:A22:132
COURT OF THE SKULL AND CROSS BONES
IN PACO CEMETERY (1930) I:125:4
COURT SCENE I:186:55
COURTNEY, ALMIRANTE I:7:32
COURTRIGHT, DONALD (MAJ.) I:137:72
COVER FOR STORAGE JAR (SANGALI)
I:122:72
COWEN, MYRON M. I:5:20
COWEN, MYRON M. (MRS.) II:20:5II:20:5- 7
COWEN, MYRON M. (MRS.) AT THE
AMERICAN EMBASSY, CANBERRA
(DECEMBER, 1948) II:20:5
COWEN, MYRON M. (MRS.) WITH DON
CARLOS LOPEZ II:20:6
COWEN, MYRON M. (U.S. AMBASSADOR,
MAY
MAY 19491949-NOVEMBER 1951)
II:20:1II:20:1- 10
COWEN, MYRON M. AT THE PHILIPPINE
WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY
COMMENCEMENT II:20:10
COWEN, MYRON WITH PRES. QURINO,
VICE PRES. AND MRS. LOPEZ
II:20:4
COX, CREED F. (BRIG. GEN.) I:133:8, 10,
13
CRAIG, M. (CHIEF OF STAFF, WAR
DEPARTMENT,
DEPARTMENT, 1935) I:133:5
CRAIGE, JEROME WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL
STAFF (NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
CRAM, EDNA (MATRON AT BRENT SCHOOL,
1910) V:8:45V:8:45- 46
CRATER TAAL VOLCANO, MANILA
(POSTCARD) III:A22:100
III:A22:1 00
CRAWFORD, C. C. V:9:29V:9:29- 30
CRAWFORD,
CRAW FORD, JAMES M. AND PRESIDENT
MANUEL L. QUEZON INSPECTING
PINEAPPLE PROCESSING AT DEL MONTE,
CAGAYAN DE ORO V:9:135
CRAWFORD, ROSCOE JR. AND MRS. ROSCOE
WITH VICE PRES. EMMANUEL PELAEZ AT
THE CLARK AIR BASE (DECEMBER 2,
1962) II:73II:73 -A:3A:3-4
CREEK IN MANILA I:105:66
CREMATION ALTAR OF THE JAPANESE KEMBU
GROUP REMAINS I:86:1
CRNOBRNJA, BOGDAN (AMB. OF
YUGOSLAVIA) WITH PRES. RICHARD M.
NIXON AND HENRY A. KISSINGER II:9:21
CROCODILE I:9:9I:9:9- 10
CROSBY, RALPH I:7:23
CROSSLAND, W. A. WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY
ALBAY PROVINCIAL STAFF
(NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
CROSSLAND, W. A. WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL STAFF
(1904(1904 -1905) V:12:10
CRUEGER, ALEXANDER P. WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON, ET AL V:12:6
CRUZ, ARSENIO HERRERA I:117:13
CRUZ, C. I:66:23
CRUZ, F. I:66:23
I:66:23
CRUZ, FELICIDAD I:66:7
CRUZ, J. V. WITH U.S. VICE PRES. RICHARD M.
NIXON AND JOSE ASPIRAS (1956) II:9:13
CRUZ, J.V. WITH VICE PRES. AND MRS.
EMMANUEL PELAEZ VISIT THE SEATTLE
WORLD’S FAIR II:73II:73-A:13
CRUZ, JOSE M., S.J. I:5:60I:5:60- 62
CUADERNO, MIGUEL II:74:38
CUADERNO, MIGUEL (1935) I:133:11I:133:11-13
CUARTEL DE MALATE I:103:2I:103:2-4
CUBAN CAVALRY (1900(1900 -) III:A3:125
CUBAN CHICKEN DEALER RETURNING FROM
MARKET (1900(1900 -) III:A3:141
CUBAN FARM HOUSE (1900(1900 -) III:A3:159
CUBAN INSURGENT SOLDIERS
SOLDIERS (1900(1900-)
III:A3:132
CUBAN SUGAR PLANTATION (1900(1900 -)
III:A3:151
CUBI POINT NAVAL AIR STATION I:53:1I:53:1-13
CUEVAS, PEDRO (DATU) I:122:43
CULION ISLAND (1913) V:7:45V:7:45- 46, 120
CULION TOWN HALL (PALAWAN) I:126:13
CULL, FRED M. WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL
STAFF (NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
CULTIVATING RICE (1900(1900 -) III:A3:7
CULTURAL MINORITIES I:54:1I:54:1-54;
I:55:1I:55:1- 20
CULTURAL MINORITIES (EVANS
COLLECTION) I:55:1I:55:1- 20
CULTURAL MINORITIES (POSTCARDS)
I:54:9I:54:9- 14
CUMBANCHEROS – A GROUP OF BOYS
B OYS
FROM VIGAN TRADE SCHOOL AT
PLAZA BURGOS (1950) I:175:1
CURVE IN THE BENGUET ROAD,
LUZON (POSTCARD) III:A22:136
III:A22:136
TH
CUTHBERTSON, H. C. (MAJ., 10
PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER
INFANTRY OFFICER, 1898)
III:A5:139
CUTTING FIREWOOD (BAGUIO) I:17:24
I:17: 24
CUTTING, ALAN AND FAMILY AT UST
CAMP V:3:9V:3:9- 12
CUTTING, MARY ANN, AND FAMILY AT UST
CAMP V:3:9V:3:9- 12
CUTTING’S HOUSE AT UST CAMP V:3:1V:3:1 14
CUCU-UJIENG/HEACOCK/GACHES
BUILDINGS (MANILA, 1945) V:4:25
[D]
D’ESTAING, GISCARD (FRENCH
PRESIDENT) WITH JIMMY CARTER
IN EGYPT II:11:37
DADIVAS, JOSE I:76:71
DAGUPAN STREET (1944) III:A11:46
DAGUPAN TOWN FIESTA (1959) WITH
CHARLES E. BOHLEN AND PARTY
II:24:3, 1717 -25
DALISAY, AMANDO II:74:39
DALWANGAN (BUKIDNON) I:37:11
DALY, W. A.
A. V:9:31
DAMAHO (RADM.) I:53:2
DAMAS FILIPINAS (1940) I:66:36
DANCE OF LIGHT NUMBER (1945)
I:137:70
DANCEL, ARTURO DE LA PAZ I:117:12
DANSALAN (LANAO) I:90:4I:90:4- 5
DAPITAN (ZAMBOANGA) I:183:16
DAPITAN, MINDANAO (POSTCARD)
III:A22:117
DARAGA CHURCH (ALBAY) I:44:25
DASMARINAS STREET, WEST TOWARD
ROSARIO STREET (1945) V:2:16
DATTO BATA RASSA I:126:11
DATTO TUMAY I:126:11
DATTOS DE LA ISLA DE MINDANAO I:122:12
DATTOS OF PALAWAN I:126:11
DATU OF MINDANAO I:122:10
DATU PIANG I:52:2
DATU UGALINGAN
UGALINGAN PIANG I:122:91
DATU UNDING V:10:45V:10:45-48, 51
DATU UNDING PORING OVER OSAWA’S BOOK,
LAMITAN, BASILAN V:10:45
DATU UNDING WITH MOJAJILON ESPITAL,
LAMITAN, BASILAN V:10:46
DATU UNDING WITH MOJAJILON ESPITAL,
MRS. REYES, AND WIFE OF DATU UNDING
V:10:51
V:10: 51
DATU UNDING WITH MOJAJILON ESPITAL,
TOM CARTER, AND EDDIE REYES V:10:47
DATU UNDING WITH TOM CARTER, AND MRS.
REYES V:10:49
DATU/CHIEF OF MINDANAO WITH DAVID P.
BARROWS I:122:34, 37
DAVAO (PROVINCE) I:56:1I:56:1 - 6
DAVAO PENAL COLONY I:84:23
DAVAO SCHOOL CLASS I:56:6
DAVAO, CLEARING THE AREA I:170:11
DAVAO, MINDANAO (AUGUST 1945) I:120:17I:120:1718
DAVID, FELIX ROS (1959) I:114I:114 -A:3
DAVIES, HUGH A. (VICE PRES. OF
INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO., 1959)
I:114I:114- A:3
DAVIS,
DAVIS, NATHANIEL (DCM) AND PAUL V.
MCNUTT (STANDING
(STANDING BESIDE AN OLD CAR
II:18:2
DAVIS (LT. GEN.) I:69:3
DAVIS, ALICE I:7:36; I:7:38I:7:38 - 40
DAVIS, ANNE II:12:10; II:12II:12 -A:32
DAVIS, BENJAMIN O. WITH THE AMERICAN
BATTLE MONUMENTS COMMISSION AT
MANILA AIRPORT (1960) III:A13:24
DAVIS, CYNTHIA
CYNTHIA I:7:36
DAVIS, DWIGHT F. I:7:36; I:72:7
DAVIS, GEOFFREY II:12:10; II:12II:12-A:32
DAVIS, PATRICIA II:12:10, II:12II:12-A:32
DAVIS, PATTI II:12:10; II:12II:12 -A:32
DAVIS, RICHARD II:12:10; II:12II:12-A:32
DAWSON, HELEN I:60:16I:60:16- 18; I:164:57
DAWSON, HELEN (THOMASITE)
(THOMASITE ) WITH THE
SECOND YEAR CLASS OF VIGAN
HIGH SCHOOL (OCTOBER 1914)
V:12:11
DAWSON, LEONARD G. (CONSUL) WITH
WELDON LITSEY, ET AL V:12:5
DAWSON, LEONARD G. (CONSUL,
SEPTEMBER 26, 1942) V:12:7
DAWSON, LEONARD G. COLLECTION
V:12:1V:12:1-10, 1212 -13
DAWSON, LEONARD G. COLLECTION
III:A14:1III:A14:1 -54
DAWSON, LEONARD G. WITH GEORGE
KELLY, ET AL AT S. S. BURNET
(1943) V:12:1
DAWSON, LEONARD G. WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL
STAFF (1904(1904-1905) V:12:10
DAWSON, LEONARD G. WITH LUCENA
PROVINCIAL TREASURY OFFICE
OFFICE
STAFF, TAYABAS (1911) V:12:12V:12:12 13
DAWSON, LEONARD G. WITH MARIANO
ANDES AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL
STAFF (NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
DAWSON, LEONARD G. WITH MATILDE
COSO, ET AL V:12:6
DAY, K. B. I:116:13
DAY, SALLY I:8:2
DE DION CARS AND TRUCKS I:16:12, 20,
20,
24
DE JESUS, MATEO I:66:33
DE KARPPORTE, JAMES I:166:52
DE LA PAZ, BEATRIZ I:66:10
DE LA PENA, FELIPA I:186:10
DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY (POSTCARD)
I:111:12
DE LIMA, LILIA (1985) I:166:29
DE PEDRO, ERNESTO WITH IMEE
MARCOS, AND CLIFORD SOUTHARD
II:61:19
II:61:19
DE VERA, PEDRO WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON, AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL
STAFF (NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
DE VILLA, RENATO I:64I:64-A:1
DEAD EYE STAGE (DULAG, LEYTE)
III:A9:52
DEAD FILIPINO INSURGENTS I:131:4, 13,
16, 20, 30
DEAD INSURGENTS NEAR PASAI I:129:95
DEAD JAP
JAP AMID RUINS OF SAN LUIS
TERRACE I:108:10
DEAF AND BLIND SCHOOL, MANILA (1913)
V:7:14
DEAF AND BLIND STUDENTS I:60:9I:60:9-10
DEAP JAPS ON CORREGIDOR I:49:16
DEATH MARCH I:57:1I:57:1- 3
DEATH MARCH MARKER (BATAAN) III:A9: 6,
11
DEATH MARCH MARKER (SAN FERNANDO,
PAMPANGA) III:A9:36
DEATH MARCH MONUMENT I:57:1
DEEP RIVER GORGE (BUKIDNON) I:37:12
DEEP WELL I:130:113
DEFENSES AT CAVITE I:41:9; I:58:1
DEHAVILLAND D.H. 4 PLANE AT CAMP
STOTSENBERG (1919) III:A11:15
DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE CANNERY COMPLEX,
CAGAYAN DE ORO,
O RO, MINDANAO V:9:130V:9:130 136
DEL PILAR, GREGORIO WITH FILIPINO
INSURGENTS I:158:42
DEL ROSARIO, TOMAS G. I:117:7
DELA FUENTE, MAXIMA C. WITH AMB.
RICHARD W. MURPHY II:32:13
DEMOCRATIC PARTY CONGRESSIONAL
LEADERS WITH JIMMY CARTER II:11:22
DEMONSTRATIONS (CEBU)
( CEBU) I:42:7
DEMPSEY, JACK WITH ALBERT F. NUFER AND
LUIS ANGEL FIRPO (1954) II:23:7
DEMPSEY, RAY WITH TOM CARTER, ET AL
V:9:5
DENNISTON, HAROLD I:76:40
DEPARTMENT BUILDING IN ZAMBOANGA
(POSTCARD) I:183:4
DERHAM, CHARLES (1907) I:163:5
DERN, GEORGE H.
H. I:133:3I:133:3 -4, 66-16
DERN, GEORGE H. READING THE
PROCLAMATION ESTABLISHING THE
COMMONWEALTH
COMMONWEALTH OF THE
PHILIPPINES (NOVEMBER 15, 1935)
I:133:3I:133:3-4, 16
DESENA, G. I:66:23
DESOLATION:AERIAL VIEW I:182I:182-A:2, 99 -10
DESTROYER LENDING SUPPORTING
SUPPORTING FIRE
AS TROOPERS ADVANCE DOWN
WESTERN SLOPES OF THE ISLAND,
CORREGIDOR V:11:26
DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY A SINGLE SHELL
(1900(1900-) III:A3:51
DETACHMENT OF SIGNAL CORPS (1898)
III:A5:100III:A5:100- 101
DETACHMENT OF SIGNAL CORPS
CONSTRUCTING LINE TO COLORADO
OUTPOST (DECEMBER 16, 1898)
III:A5:100
DETACHMENT OF SIGNAL CORPS
PREPARING FOR THE ILOILO
EXPEDITION (MANILA, 1898)
III:A5:101
DETERMINED JAPANESE DEFENDERS
TURN BUILDINGS INTO FORTRESSES
I:170:15
DEVERS, JACOB L. (GEN.) WITH THE
AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS
COMMISSION AT MANILA AIRPORT
(1960) III:A13:24
DEVERS, JACOB L. (GEN.) WITH THOMAS
C. KINKAID, ET AL AT THE MANILA
CEMETERY AND MEMORIAL
CEREMONY (1960) III:A27
DEVIL’S SLIDE, BAGUIO V:7:124
DEWEY ARMS APARTMENT I:168:36I:168:36 -44
DEWEY BOULEVARD (MANILA) I:105:12
DEWEY BOULEVARD, MANILA
(POSTCARD) III:A22:35
DEWEY, GEORGE I:11:10; I:58:1I:58:1- 5
DEWEY’S FLAGSHIP (CAVITE) I:41:7
DI LEO ALOISI, GUISEPPE WITH LEONARD
G. DAWSON, ET AL V:12:6
DI PRIMA, CRESCENCIO WITH LEONARD
G. DAWSON, ET AL V:12:6
DICKINSON AND PARTY VISIT TO
ZAMBOANGA I:59:4I:59:4- 7
DICKINSON, CHARLES D. – VISIT, 1910
I:59:1I:59:1- 42
DICKINSON, CHARLES D. – VISIT TO CEBU
I:42:19I:42:19 -47
DICKINSON, CHARLES D., CARRIED
CARRIE D BY
FILIPINOS I:59:1
DIGGING JAP MINES (CEBU) I:43:7
DIKIDIKI- DIKI (SULTAN OF SULU) I:122:7
DILLON, DOROTHY WITH MR. AND MRS.
JAMES N. TULL, ET AL (FEBRUARY
6, 1966) II:54:2
DINING HALL AND QUARTERS OF U. S.
SOLDIERS IN A CHURCH AT
MALABON (1899) I:132:13
I:132: 13
DISAPPEARING GUNS (1898(1898 -) III:A5:97
DISCUSSION IN BELGIUM (JIMMY CARTER
ATTENDS A MEETING OF NORTH
ATLANTIC ORGANIZATION COUNCIL)
II:11:38
DISEMBARKING TROOPS FROM NEWPORT,
MANILA BAY (1898) III:A5:140
DISPENSARY (CAMP JOHN HAY) I:39:18
DISTRICT OF NIPA HOUSES IN ERMITA,
MANILA I:110:21
DIVICION COMMANDERS RECIDENCE, MANILA
(1900(1900 -) III:A6:13
DIVISION COMMANDER’S
RESIDENCE (POSTCARD) III:A21:9
DIVISORIA MARKET, MANILA (1913) V:7:91
DIZON (COL.), MILITARY AID TO PRES.
MACAPAGAL, GREETED BY U.S.
U.S. PRES.
LYNDON B. JOHNSON II:8:17
DND’S YENKO WATCHES BOHLEN AND GARCIA
BY A CARE RADIO II:24:33
DOCK AND SHORE INSTALLATIONS AND JAP
SHIPS HIT IN MANILA BAY I:107:9I:107:9 -32
DOCKS AT SAN FERNANDO, LA UNION I:36I:36A:7
DOCKS AT ZAMBOANGA
(POSTCARD) III:A22:114
III: A22:114
DODSON, AUDREY I:70:31
DODSON, JEAN M. I:70:31
DOG KILLING FOR FOOD, BENGUET (1900(1900-)
III:A6:61III:A6:61-63; III:A7:23
DOG MARKET (BAGUIO) I:17:33I:17:33-35; I:121:46
DOG MARKET (BAGUIO, 1904) I:121:46
DOG ROASTING I:55:17
DOG WATCHING V:16:5
DOLAN, J. S. V:9:32
V:9:32
DOMERATZY, LOUIS (1936) I:137:57
DOMINICAN HILL (BAGUIO) I:17:28I:17:28- 29
DON ANTONIO DE ULLOA (SPANISH CRUISER)
I:26:14
DON JUAN DE AUSTRIA (SPANISH FLEET)
DESTROYED BY DEWEY AT CAVITE (MAY
1, 1898) III:A5:87
DON JUAN DE AUSTRIA (SPANISH WARSHIP)
I:158:23
I:158:23
DONAHUE, LORRAINE I:7:18
DONALDSON, ANNA M. (1916) I:164:58
DONGYAWAN CHILDREN V:15:1
DONNELLY, WILLIAM W. V:9:33
DONOVAN, LEO I:88:6
DORAN, LAWRENCE (U.S. EMBASSY) I:166:20
DORFMAN, BEN (1936) I:137:57
DORITY, C. E. (LT.) I:137:39
DOUGLAS, WILLIAM,
W ILLIAM, ET. AL, AT THE
UNIVERSITY CLUB (LATE 1930’S)
V:5:69V:5:69-70
DOWNTOWN DISTRICT, MANILA (RUINS)
III:A8:17
DRAINAGE CUTS, CABANATUAN (1913)
V:7:111
DREDGING SCENE (CAMARINES
PROVINCE) V:5:7
DRESSING
DRE SSING OF STRAWHATS, HAT FACTORY
(1908) III:A15:12
DRESSING WOOLHATS, HAT FACTORY
(1908) III:A15:24
DRIVE TO MANILA: THE FIRST CAVALRY
DRIVES TO MANILA I:182I:182-A:8
DRIVING THE INSURGENTS THROUGH THE
JUNGLE, NEAR PASIG (1899)
I:132:6
DRY DOCK
DOCK (PALAWAN) I:126:7I:126:7-8
DRY DOCK AT CAVITE (1898(1898 -) III:A5:19
DRYDOCK FROM SOUTH GATE, OLONGAPO
(1910) I:162:50
DRYING OF STRAWBRAIDS, HAT FACTORY
(1908) III:A15:10
DRYSDALE, GEORGE WITH MARSH
THOMSON, ET AL V:9:13
ND
DU BOSE, THOMAS (2 LT.), JANUARY
1932, AT CLARK FIELD III:A11:37
DUCHSTEIN, ARNO I:11:4, 2929-30
DUCK RANCH ON PASIG RIVER, NEAR
MANILA (1900(1900-) III:A3:36
DULAG, LEYTE (HISTORIC SITES)
III:A9:43III:A9:43 -54, 5757- 64
DULLES, JOHN AND HOMER FERGUSON
II:22:6II:22:6- 8
DULLES, JOHN F. II:38:1II:38:1 -3
DULLES,
DULLE S, JOHN FOSTER (U.S.A., SEATO,
1954) I:157:1
DULUAN NATIVE OF MINDANAO ISLAND,
WOUNDED DURING ATTACK IS
TREATED BY PFC. E. B. STAGMEIER
(APRIL 22, 1945) I:182:52
DUMAGUETE (NEGROS ORIENTAL)
I:123:4I:123:4 -5
DUMAGUETE SCHOOL (1904) I:123:5
DUMAGUETE. OFFICERS AND LADIES
FROM S.S. BURNSIDE (DECEMBER
26, 1900) I:123:4
DUMAGUETE’S MANGOSTEEN FRUIT,
NEGROS ORIENTAL (1913) V:7:24
DUMAS, MARIE I:8:14
DUNCAN, CHARLES (SECRETARY OF
ENERGY) WITH JIMMY CARTER
II:11:23
TH
DUNCAN, H. B. (LT., 10 PENNSYLVANIA
VOLUNTEER INFANTRY OFFICER,
1898) III:A5:139
DUNGEON IN CAVITE I:129:84
DUNN, BILL I:161:9I:161:9 -11
DUNN, RHODY I:7:18, 20
DUPAYA, TERESITA I:166:55I:166:55-56
DUQUESITA (LITTLE DUCHESS) I:136:4
DWELLINGS, CORDILLERA V:16:1V:16:1-3
[E]
st
BATTALION
E1GHTEENTH INFANTRY, 1st BATTALION
(1898(1898 -) III:A5:136
EAGLE CAUGHT IN SUBIC BAY I:162:4
EAR/EARRING V:15:22, 28
EARLY (MR.) I:34:10
EARNSHAW FAMILY IN BAGUIO, BENGUET
(1906(1906 -1907) III:A17:129, 179
EARNSHAW, DAVID I:163:5
EARTHQUAKE DAMAGE TO CHANCERY
I:171:24
EARTHQUAKE RUINS, MANILA
MANILA (1880)
III:A14:31III:A14:31- 33
EASTABROOKS, S. R. V:9:34
EASTER EGG HUNT AT ANC I:11:25I:11:25- 26
EASTER EGG HUNT IN BAGUIO I:73:11
EASTER SCHOOL (BAGUIO) I:17:27
EASTERN BAGUIO FROM PACDAL ROAD
I:17:22
ECA MISSION CHIEF DR. RELAND R. RENNE
I:166:16
ECA PHILIPPINES
PHILIPPINES I:166:16I:166:16- 17
ECHAGUE, MANILA (POSTCARD)
(POSTCARD) III:A22:31
ECKLES, HARRY I:66:2
ECKMAN (MRS.) I:34:10
ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE, AMERICAN I:166:1I:166:1 60
EDUCATION – AMERICAN PERIOD V:4:40V:4:40- 42
EDUCATION CLASS (1899) V:5:28V:5:28-30
EDUCATION, 19001900- 1946 I:60:1I:60:1-27
EDUCATION, JAPANESE PERIOD I:60:26
EDWARD, PRINCE OF WALES AT THE MANILA
POLO CLUB GAME (MAY 13, 1922)
I:116:9
EDWARDS, B. F. I:5:53; I:6:11
EDWARDS, THOMAS HENRY II:61:32
II:61: 32
EDWARDS, WILLIAM (MRS.) I:7:33
EFFECT OF DEWEY’S GUNS I:26:5
EFFECTS OF SHELL
SHELL ON BAMBOO TREES
I:129:87
EGEBERG, ROGER I:99:4
EICHELBERGER, ROBERT L. (LT. GEN.)
I:169:13I:169:13-16
ST
EIGHTEENTH AND 1 SIGNAL CORPS
COMPANIES (1898(1898-) III:A5:148
EIGHTEENTH SIGNAL CORPS COMPANY
(1898(1898 -) III:A5:68
EIGHTEENTH U.S. INFANTRY. STAFF
STAFF
OFFICERS (1898(1898-) III:A5:113
EIGHTEENTH VOLUNTEER SIGNAL CORPS
OFFICERS/U.S. INFANTRY (1898)
III:A5:130, 132
EISENHOWER, DWIGHT (GEN) I:169:1
EISENHOWER, DWIGHT (GEN.) I:169:20I:169:2021, 61
EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D. – VISIT TO THE
PHILIPPINES IN 1945, 1960 II:6:1
II: 6:16:12
EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D. (COL.) WITH
GEN. MACARTHUR (OCTOBER 23,
1935) I:99:14
EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D. (GEN.) U.S.
ARMY CHIEF OF STAFF INSPECTING
th
THE TROOPS OF THE 147
REPLACEMENT BN. OF THE
PHILIPPINE SCOUTS AT CLARK
FIELD (MAY 6, 1946) II:6:2
EISENHOWER,
EISE NHOWER, DWIGHT D. (U.S.
PRESIDENT, 19531953-1961) II:1:32;
II:6:1II:6:1-7
EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D. AT THE TIME
th
OF HIS 75 BIRTHDAY II:6:3II:6:3 -4
EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D. WEARING THE
COLAR OF SIKATUNA, ADDRESSES
THE NATION AT THE LUNETA (JUNE
1960) II:6:1
EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D. WITH
ENLISTED MEN IN MANILA (1946)
III:A11:62
EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D. WITH GEN.
MACARTHUR AND STAFF MEMBERS
AT CLARK AIR BASE (1945)
III:A11:60
EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D. WORKS ON OIL
PAINTING II:6:5
EISENHOWER, MARY D. WITH THE
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF NEGRO
W OMEN II:6:6II:6:6- 7
EISENHOWER, MILTON AND ALBERT F.
NUFER (1953) II:23:8II:23:8 -9
EL HOGAR FILIPINO BUILDING I:106:23I:106:2324
EL VARADERO DE MANILA I:186:3I:186:3 -4
ELECTRIC POSTS, MANILA (1900(1900-) III:A6:1III:A6:1 -7
ELEONOR ROOSEVELT SCUPLTURE II:8:1
ELITE FILIPINO FAMILY I:65:10
ELIZALDE, J. (1946) I:138:13, 16
ELKS CLUB I:11:38, 46; I:61:1I:61:1-6; I:76:29I:76:29-31,
51
ELKS CLUB ALLEY I:76:51
ELKS CLUB BUILDING V:5:61V:5:61-66
ELKS CLUB (POSTCARD) III:A21:10
ELKS CLUB (ROTARY CLUB OF MANILA, 4
JULY 1935) I:149:7
ELKS CLUB, DEMOLISHED I:61:2, 6
ELLINGTON, DUKE WITH AMB. AND MRS.
HENRY A. BYROADE, MR. AND MRS.
REDENTOR ROMERO II:29:10
ELLIOT, CHARLES B. WITH THE U. S.
PHILIPPINE COMMISSION I:132I:132 -A:3A:3-4
ELLIOTT, GORDON I:91:6I:91:6-7
ELLIS, SAM (CAPT.), JANUARY 1932
III:A11:37
ELRINGE, LEROY
LEROY (LT.) WITH MAJ. L. H.
RICKER, CAPT. JAMES LOCKEFF, AND
CAPT. C. W. G. GALE (1898(1898 -) III:A5:11
ELSER, EDDIE E. V:9:35
ELY, NANCY I:7:30
ELY, RICHARD B. I:7:30
ELY, RICHARD B. (MRS.) I:7:30
EMBASSY RENTAL PROPERTY (VALERO
APARTMENTS) I:168:28
EMBRACE IN LIBERIA (JIMMY CARTER WITH
LIBERIAN PRES. WILLIAM TOLBERT)
II:11:28
EMBROIDERING I:60:2
EMBROIDERY MAKING I:51:1
EMERSON, ELLEN AND MRS. HATHEWAY
(1906(1906 -1907) III:A16:26
EMERSON, FRANCIS M., JR. WITH THOMAS H.
PRICE AND MR. AND MRS. DOYLE SOUDERS
II:49:4
II:49:4
EMMANUEL HOSPITAL MEMORIAL WALL
I:118I:118-A:21
EN ROUTE TO BAGUIO (1906(1906 -1907)
III:A17:94III:A17:94- 101, 105, 108, 121, 144144-145
ENCAMPED ON THE LUNETA I:129:88
ENCARNACION, VICENTE SINGSON I:117:10
ENERGY AIDE ( JIMMY CARTER WITH CHARLES
DUNCAN) II:11:23
ENGE
ENGE L, FRANCES H. I:5:23I:5:23- 32, 4545 -51; I:6:4,
10
ENGINE COMPANY NO. 4 WITH ENGINE, HOSE
CART, AND SUPPLY CART, INTRAMUROS
(1913) V:7:85
E NGLISH CLASS (UNDER GUY AYRAULT)
AT BRENT SCHOOL V:8:42
ENRILE, JUAN PONCE I:69:7I:69:7 -8; I:166:47;
I:174:4
ENRILE, JUAN PONCE INTRODUCED WITH
LESTER L. WOLFF II:58:2
ENRILE, JUAN PONCE WITH ROBERT C.
SEAMANS II:61:13
ENTRANCE GATE TO FORT SANTIAGO
(MOUNTED) I:109:12
ENTRANCE TO JOLO I:122:58
ENTRANCE TO THE HARBOR OF MANILA
(1880(1880 -1900) III:A14:5
ENTRANCE TO THE PRINCIPAL MILITARY
HOSPITAL (POSTCARD) III:A22:45
ENTRANCE TO ZAMBOANGA (THE CITY
BEAUTIFUL) I:183:40
ENTRENCHES AT DON PEDRO, MACATI
MACATI
I:131:19
EPISCOPAL CHURCH, MANILA (1900(1900 -)
III:A6:33
ERMITA (MANILA) I:62:1I:62:1-7; I:110:21
ERMITA PLAZA (1913) V:7:80
ERMITA PLAZA, MANILA (1913) V:7:68
ERMITA, MANILA V:1:3
ERMITA, MANILA (1945) V:2:23
ESCOLTA (MANILA) I:63:1I:63:1 -14; I:87:1I:87:1- 2;
I:106:15; I:110:20; I:111:19
ESCOLTA BANK OF PASIG RIVER (1931(19311935) I:128:18I:128:18- 19
ESCOLTA STREET I:105:55
ESCOLTA, MANILA III:A6:47; III:A5:86
ESCOLTA, MANILA (1880(1880- 1900)
III:A14:16, 19
ESCOLTA, MANILA (1931(1931- 1935) V:4:34V:4:3435
ESCOLTA,
ESCOLTA, MANILA (POSTCARDS) I:63:4
5; I:111:19; III:A22:9, 2727 -28
ESCOLTA. MANILA (CLARKES)
(CLARKES)
(POSTCARD) III:A22:27
III:A22: 27
ESCOLTA, MANILA (PRE(PRE -WAR) V:1:23V:1:23-29
ESCOLTA, MANILA, (RUINS) III:A8:11, 30
ESCOLTA. THE PRINCIPAL
PRINCIPAL
BUSINESS STREET OF MANILA
M ANILA
(POSTCARD) III:A22:9
III:A22: 9
ESCUELA
ESCUELA DE NUESTRA SRA. DEL CARMEN
(CORREGIDOR) I:48:8
ESCUELA MUNICIPAL (MALATE) I:103:5I:103:5 7; I:110:25
ESPANA BRIDGE (MANILA) I:35:1I:35:1-16;
I:110:24
ESPANOLA FILIPINA I:51:17I:51:17 -21
ESPINO, F. I:66:23
ESPINO, ROMEO I:89:6I:89:6- 11
ESPIRITU, I. I:66:23
ESPITAL, MOJAJILON
MOJA JILON V:10:28, 42, 44, 4646- 47,
4949- 50
ESPITAL, MOJAJILON ARRIVING FROM
TUMAMBONG, BASILAN V:10:44
ESPITAL, MOJAJILON WITH DATU UNDING,
LAMITAN, BASILAN V:10:46
ESPITAL, MOJAJILON WITH J. HESSELINK, ET
AL V:10:28
ESPITAL, MOJAJILON WITH JOHN R. AT
BASILAN V:10:49
ESPITAL, MOJAJILON WITH MAYOR LEROY S.
BROWN, AND FELISA S. BROWN V:10:42
ESPITAL, MOJAJILON WITH TOM CARTER, AND
EDDIE REYES V:10:47
ESPITAL, MOJAJILON WITH TOM CARTER, AND
RAMON C. ASAGRA, BASILAN V:10:50
ESTADO MAYOR, HEADQUARTERS
HEADQUARTERS
OF THE U.S. ARMY (POSTCARD)
III:A22:42
ESTER L. WRDINAND E. RECEIVES ABM. C.
MENNEN WILLIAMS CREDENTIALS (JUNE
17, 1968) II:28:3
ESTERLINE, JOHN (MRS.) II:61:3
ESTRELLA,
ESTRE LLA, CONRADO P. WITH JOHN D.
HICKERSON
HICKERSON II:25:5
ESTRELLA, CONRADO WITH AMB. BOHLEN, ET
ET
AL. (1959) II:24:4II:24:4- 6, 88-10, 1414- 17, 2121 25, 2727- 30, 37
ESTRELLA, CONRADO WITH RAY PACHECO
AND FALLON LEILAND (1968) I:166:15
ESTRELLA, CONRADO WITH U. S. AID
OFFICIALS DURING INSPECTION TRIP TO
CABANATUAN CITY I:166:28
ESTRELLA, CONRADO, MRS. ESTRELLA, WITH
W ITH
AMB. AND MRS. CHARLES BOHLEN
(DAGUPAN, 1959) II:24:27
ESTRELLA, T. I:66:23
ETERNAL FLAME, THE – GROUPS OF
MOURNING AMERICANS BEGAN VISITING
THE GRAVE OF THE LATE PRESIDENT JOHN
F. KENENDY II:7:6
EUBANK, EUGENE L. (GEN.) WITH PRES.
MANUEL L. ROXAS, AT CLARK FIELD
(APRIL 15, 1948) III:A11:66
EULOGY FOR MRS. ELEONOR R. ROOSEVELT
(NOVEMBER 15, 1962) II:4:9
EUROPA, PRUDENCIO II:74:10
EVANS COLLECTION I:16:1I:16:1- 29
EVANS FAMILY I:64:6
EVANS, DANIEL COLLECTION
COLLECTION I:64:1I:64:1-17
TH
EVANS, F. D. (ADJ., 18 U.S. INFANTRY
OFFICER, 1898) III:A5:113
EVANS, GEORGE, ET. AL, AT THE
UNIVERSITY CLUB (LATE 1930’S)
V:5:69V:5:69-70
EVANS, GLEN I:64:4
EVANS, JOHN I:64:1I:64:1-13
EVANS, KATE I:64:4I:64:4 -5
EX LIBRIS I:186:60
I:186:60
EXECUTIVE BUILDING (PALAWAN)
I:126:6
EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNORGOVERNORGENERAL, MANILA (POSTCARD)
I:111:16
EXEMPLAR (AUGUST 2, 1952) I:117:20
EYE VIEW OF HAVANA, CUBA, SHOWING
HARBOR FORTIFICATIONS (1900(1900-)
III:A3:128
[F ]
F. V. D. REYES
REYES COLLECTION I:114I:114- A:1A:1-23
FABELLA, ARMAND II:74:3II:74:3- 4
FADUL, ODON I:66:7
FAHD IBN ABDUL AZIZ AND KING KHALID
AND JIMMY CARTER II:11:24
FAIRBANKS, CHAS W. (GOV.) AND PARTY
IN PUERTO PRINCESA (PALAWAN)
I:126:4I:126:4 -5, 12
FAIRBANKS, CHAS W. WITH W. C. FORBES
AND EDWARD MILLER IN PALAWAN
I:126:12
FAIRCHILD, GEORGE H. V:9:36V:9:36- 37
FALAHUDDIN, TIDADUL WITH J.
HESSELINK, ET AL V:10:28
FALL OF CORREGIDOR I:64I:64 - A:1A:1-3
FALL OF CORREGIDOR, VISIT OF AMB.
WILLIAM H. BYROADE (MAY 6, 1974)
II:17II:17- 20
FALLEN CONQUEROR (1945)
(1945 ) V:2:10;
V:4:38
FAMILY ALONG THE ROUTE – BAMBOO
AND NIPA HOUSES I:134:41
FAMILY PLANNING AGREEMENT
ASSISTANCE FROM THE U. S.
GOVERNMENT I:166:35
FAMILY PORTRAIT OF THE AGNEW FAMILY
II:16:6
TH
FAR EAST OLYMPIAD, 7 (MAY 16, 1925)
I:160:1
ST
ST
FAR EASTERN
EAS TERN OLYMPIAD, 1 (MANILA, 1913)
I:160:7; V:7:8
FARM HOUSE AND CHILDREN (1900(1900-)
III:A3:13III:A3:13 -14
FARM SCENES V:16:10V:16:10 -15, 2727- 29
FARM SCENES (1900(1900-) III:A12:80III:A12:80 -81, 93,
99, 106106-108, 123, 136, 164
FARM SCENES IN PAMPANGA (1910)
I:127:17I:127:17-18
FARMING IN THE PHILIPPINES
PHILIPPINES (1900(1900-)
III:A3:24
FARMING SCENES AT CORDILLERA V:16:10V:16:1014, 2727- 29
FAROL, AGRIPINO I:66:23, 33
FAROLA DISTRICT AFTER BURNING OF
INFECTED BUILDINGS, MANILA (1913)
V:7:109
FAROLA DISTRICT DESTRUCTION, MANILA
(1913) V:7:101
FAUST, KARL IRVING I:7:34
I:7:34
FAVAROLO, CARLO P. WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON, ET AL V:12:6
FAVIAN, ELENA I:66:10
FEAF DOUGLAS AA-20’S ATTACKS ON JAP
RAILROAD LINES IN SOUTHERN LUZON
(JANUARY 10, 1945) I:182:34I:182:34-35
FEATHERY BAMBOO (POSTCARD) I:142:30
FEILER, ROY I:66:11
FEREBEE, DOROTHY
DOROTHY B. WITH MRS. MARY D.
EISENHOWER II:6:6II:6:6-7
FERGUSON, ARTHUR WALSH (MONUMENT)
I:172:73
FERGUSON,
FERGUSON, HOMER AND JOHN DULLES
II:22:6II:22:6-7
FERGUSON, HOMER (MRS.) II:22:3,8
FERGUSON, HOMER (U.S. AMBASSADOR)
I:167:7
FERGUSON, HOMER (U.S. AMBASSADOR,
APRIL
APRIL 19551955- MARCH 1956) II:22:1II:22:1- 8
FERNANDEZ, JESUS V., S. J. I:166:41
FERNANDEZ, JOSE B. II:74:40
FERNANDEZ, YOYONG V:18:70V:18:70- 72
FERNANDO, FELIPE A. I:91:6I:91:6-7
FERRIER, J. W. I:117:16, 21
FERRIER, JOHN W. V:9:21
FERRY AT IWAHIG PENAL
PENAL COLONY, ISLAND
OF PALAWAN (POSTCARD) III:A22:130
III:A22: 130
FERRY LANDING, NAVAL STATION, CAVITE
(POSTCARD) III:A22:89
III:A22: 89
FIELD TELEGRAPH STATION I:158:29I:158:29-30
FIELD TRIP, BRENT SCHOOL, BAGUIO
(1934) V:8:52
FIFTY SEVENTH INFANTRY (P.S.) AT
FORT MCKINLEY (1941)
(1941) I:182I:182- 777788
FILED OF PINEAPPLES, HAWAIIAN
ISLANDS (1900(1900-) III:A3:172
FILIPINA MESTIZA I:51:5, 1717-21
FILIPINAS AND AMERICANS DURING
LIBERATION CELEBRATION I:95:25
FILIPINAS IN NATIVE DRESS I:51:1I:51:1-22
FILIPINO BELLES (1900(1900-) III:A3:18
FILIPINO BUFFALOES
BUFFALOES HAULING WATER
(STEREOVIEWS) I:137:13
FILIPINO CHILDREN HOMELESS AND
HALFHALF-STARVED AND WRECKAGE
(1945) V:2:12
FILIPINO CHILDREN, HOMELESS AND
HALFHALF-STARVED AMID WRECKAGE
I:85:7, 33
FILIPINO CIVILIANS RETURN TO THEIR
HOMES IN ORMOC AFTER WAR
I:95:6
FILIPINO
FILIPINO CIVILIANS WELCOMING THE
LIBERATING AMERICAN TROOPS
I:95:10
FILIPINO CRAFTSMAN V:5:48
FILIPINO DANCE I:73I:73-A:16
FILIPINO DUMMY CANNON AND
SCARECROW GUNNER (1899)
I:132:18
FILIPINO EAGLE CAUGHT IN SUBIC BAY
I:162:4
FILIPINO FAMILIES FETED AT CHRISTMAS
CHRIS TMAS
PARTY, SUBIC NAVAL BASE I:53:10
FILIPINO FAMILY (1880(1880 -1900) III:A14:24
FILIPINO FAMILY (1900(1900 -) III:A3:17
FILIPINO FAMILY INVITES TWO
TH
SOLDIERS OF THE 77 INF. DIV. INTO
THEIR HOME IN CEBU (SEPTEMBER
1, 1945) I:95:19
FILIPINO FUNERAL BAND AND HEARSE
HEARSE
(1989) I:159:4
FILIPINO INFANT KILLED BY JAP
BAYONET I:85:4I:85:4- 6
FILIPINO INSURGENTS I:129:52I:129:52- 58, 6262 65, 96, 99, 126; I:131:14, 2424-25;
I:158:41I:158:41-46
FILIPINO INSURGENTS IN THE
BATTLEFIELD I:158:45
FILIPINO INSURRECTION STARTED ON
TH
FEBRUARY 5 AT SANTA
SANTA MESA
BRIDGE (1898(1898-) III:A5:63
FILIPINO LAUNDRY (1900(1900-) III:A3:15
FILIPINO MARKET PLACE I:134:53
FILIPINO PENSIONADOS V:5:31
FILIPINO PRISONERS (1900(1900 -) III:A3:66III:A3:66 -67,
74
FILIPINO PRISONERS BURYING THEIR DEAD
UNDER GUARD OF AMERICAN SOLDIERS
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:78
III:A3:78
FILIPINO PRISONERS WORKING ON THE ROAD
UNDER GUARD OF AMERICAN SOLDIERS
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:74
FILIPINO READS PAMPHLET DROPPED BY AN
AMERICAN PLANE IN PALO, LEYTE
I:93:12
FILIPINO RESIDENCE AND FAMILY (1900(1900-)
III:A3:21
FILIPINO SAW MILL (1900(1900-) III:A3:27
III:A3:27
FILIPINO SCHOOLBOY IN THE POLE VAULT,
CARNIVAL MEET (1913) V:7:11
FILIPINO SHARPSHARP- SHOOTER’S PERCH
(STEREOVIEWS) I:134:48
FILIPINO SHRINE (DULAG, LEYTE) III:A9:63III:A9:6364
FILIPINO SOLDIERS (POW’S) I:24:8
FILIPINO SOLDIERS AND VETERANS I:65:13I:65:1317
FILIPINO SOLDIERS WITH HAUSER RIFLES
I:131:1
FILIPINO STORE KEEPER, MANILA
(POSTCARD) I:142:22
FILIPINO STREET WORKERS UNDER
AMERICAN INSPECTORS (1913) V:7:108
ST
FILIPINO TRACK AND FIELD TEAM OF THE 1
FAR EASTERN OLYMPIAD (MANILA, 1913)
I:160:7; V:7:8
V:7:8
FILIPINO TROOPS SURRENDERING TO JAP
FORCES I:24:10
FILIPINO VETERANS WITH CONG. LOUIS DAY
HICKS (APRIL 1971) II:62II:62-A:31
FILIPINO WOMEN SEEKING HELP FROM
AMERICAN SOLDIERS (1899) I:132:16
FILIPINOFILIPINO- JAPANESE BASEBALL GAME,
MANILA (1913) V:7:10
FILIPINOS (GENERAL) I:65:1I:65:1-17
FILIPINOS AND AMERICAN PENSIONADOS
(1903) I:66:38
FILIPINOS AND AMERICANS AT MISAMIS
(1900) I:137:66
FILIPINOS AND AMERICANS
SCHOOLCHILDREN I:60:21
FILIPINOS AND AMERICANS,
AMERICANS, 18981898- I:66:1I:66:141; I:137:49, 54, 64, 66
FILIPINOS BUILDING BOAT I:130:119I:130:119- 120
FILIPINOS GREET INCOMING AMERICANS
I:95:13I:95:13 -14
FILIPINOS IN THE STOCKS AT PASIG
(1899) I:132:2
FILIPINOS LEAVING MANILA TO JOIN
INSURRECTION (1900(1900 -) III:A3:60
FILIPINOS
FILIP INOS POSING WITH AMERICAN
SOLDIERS (1900(1900-) III:A3:77
FILIPINOS SEEKING PROTECTION INSIDE
THE AMERICAN LINES (1900(1900 -)
III:A3:71
FILIPINOS VISITING THE SS BURNSIDE AT
CEBU (1901) I:66:30
FILIPINOS WATCHING DRESS PARADE
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:19
FILLMORE, MILLARD (U.S. PRESIDENT,
18501850-`853) II:1:12
FILTER PRESS HAT AND UMBRELLA
FACTORY (1908) III:A15:9
FINANCE BUILDING, MANILA (1945)
V:4:21
FINANCE BUILDING, MANILA (RUINS)
I:108:30; III:A8:29
FINANCE, AGRICULTURE AND COMMERCE
BUILDING, MANILA (RUINS)
(RUINS) III:A8:9
FINISHING CARDS AND HAT FORMER,
FACTORY (1908) III:A15:20
FINISHING OF STRAWHATS, HAT FACTORY
(1908) III:A15:15
FINLEY (CAPT.) WITH MOROS OF
ZAMBOANGA I:122:46
FINN, RICHARD WITH THOMAS PRICE JR.,
AND M. V. STOLEN II:49:2
II:49:2:2 -3
FIRAZA, PABLO WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL
STAFF (NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
FIRE DEPARTMENT (MANILA) I:105:60
FIRE DEPARTMENT OF MANILA (1898(1898-)
III:A5:30
FIRE STATION (CAMP JOHN HAY) I:39:8
FIRE STATION (TONDO, MANILA)
I:105:47
FIREMEN.
FIREMEN. FIRE DEPARTMENT SQUAD IN
THE INTRAMUROS, MANILA
I:158:39I:158:39-40
FIRESTONE STONE (PRE(PRE -WAR) V:5:57
FIREWOOD DELIVERY I:134:5
FIRING A SALUTE AT THE BURIAL OF A
DEAD COMRADE (1900(1900 -) III:A3:99
FIRING FROM BEHIND SANDSAND -BAG
BREASTWORKS (1900(1900-) III:A3:96
FIRING ON JAP POSITIONS IN INTRAMUROS
I:83:6
FIRPO, LUIS ANGEL WITH ALBERT F. NUFER
AND JACK DEMPSEY (1954) II:23:7
FIRST AID AFTER A KAMIKAZE ATTACK I:96:2
TH
FIRST AND 18 SIGNAL CORPS COMPANIES
(1898) III:A5:148
TH
FIRST BATTALION, 18 INFANTRY (1898(1898-)
III:A5:136
III: A5:136
FIRST BRIDGE I:36:2I:36:2-3
FIRST CAVALRY DRIVES TO MANILA I:182I:182-A:8
FIRST CLARK FIELD OUTDOOR MOVIE
THEATRE AFTER LIBERATION IN LATE
1944 OR 1945 III:A11:55
FIRST COLORADO VOLUNTEERS OFFICERS
(1898) III:A5:128
FIRST COMPANY, VOLUNTEER SIGNAL CORPS
(1898
(1898898 -) III:A5:119
FIRST FAMILY (REAGAN FAMILY) II:12:10
FIRST IDAHO REGIMENT VOLUNTEER
ND
INFANTRY. 2 BATTALION, OFFICERS
1898) III:A5:131
FIRST LINE DEFENSE MARKER
(DINALUPIHAN, BATAAN) III:A9:40III:A9:40- 42
FIRST LINE DEFENSE MARKER (ORION,
BATAAN) III:A9:37
FIRST MONTANA VOLUNTEERS. FIELD AND
STAFF (1898) III:A5:116
FIRST NATIONAL CITY BANK, BINONDO,
MANILA (1947/48) V:5:58
FIRST PHILIPPINE ASSEMBLY I:46:1; I:132I:132A:1
FIRST PHILIPPINE ASSEMBLY WITH THE U. S.
PHILIPPINE COMMISSION I:132I:132 -A:1
FIRST PRISONERS OF
OF THE PHILIPPINE WAR,
CAPTURED (FEBRUARY 4, 1899) III:A3:67
FIRST REGIMENT IDAHO VOLUNTEER
INFANTRY. LINE OFFICERS (1898)
III:A5:122
FIRST RESERVE HOSPITAL (MANILA)
I:107:39
FIRST U. S. FLAG HOISTED AT VICINITY OF
MANILA (AUGUST 13, 1898) I:158:37
FISCHER, ARTHUR S. I:8:15
FISCHER, BARBARA I:66:10
FISH MARKET, MANILA (MOUNTED) I:109:2
FISHERMAN’S BOAT, MANILA (POSTCARD)
III:A22:127
FISHEMAN’S ISLAND (OCTOBER 2, 1938)
I:134:33
FISHER, STANLEY V:9:38V:9:38-39
FISHING BOATS, MANILA BAY III:A6:1III:A6:1- 41
FISHING IN SAN FERNANDO, LA UNION
I:152:3I:152:3 -6
FLAG RAISING CEREMONIES IN BAGUIO
I:182:54
FLAG RAISING CEREMONY AT
CORREGIDOR (MARCH 2, 1945)
V:5:72
FLAG, AMERICAN (ASHES BURIED AT U.S.
EMBASSY GROUND) I:172:86I:172:86-95
FLAG, AMERICAN I:67:7; I:49:12, 6767 -68;
I:66:40I:66:40 -41; I:67:1I:67:1- 5; I:95:21I:95:21-24;
I:109:8; I:158:37
FLAG, PHILIPPINES I:6:6;
I:6:6; I:67:6
FLAG, UNITED STATES I:67:7
FLAGELLANTS IN PAMPANGA (1933)
I:127:5I:127:5 -9; I:159:2I:159:2- 3
FLAGLE, CRYSTAL I:66:10
FLAGS I:67:1I:67:1- 7; I:138:7
FLAGS OF THE PHILIPPINES AND THE
UNITED STATES FLY SIDE BY SIDE
IN WASHINGTON, D.C. (SEPTEMBER
1986) II:73:14
FLAGS, AMERICAN AND PHILIPPINE
(POSTCARD) I:159:49
FLAGSHIP OLYMPIA IN ACTION I:158:22
FLAME THROWER WORKS ON JAP
POSITION IN WALL I:83:4
FLAMING SWORD (BATAAN) III:A9:4III:A9:4- 5
FLECHA (CARRETELA) I:136:7
FLEENER, RALPH WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON, ET AL AT S. S. BURNET
(1943) V:12:1
FLEET SAILORS AT SUBIC BAY I:162:41
FLETCHER, THOMAS I:116:10
FLOOD SCENES V:22:6V:22:6 -10
FLOODS (CALLE DEL ROSARIO AND
CALLE S. PIO) I:159:72I:159:72-74
FLOTILLA OF MAMBAJAO (MINDANAO)
I:119I:119- A:11
FLOWER POTS (SANGALI) I:122:71, 74
FLOWER VENDOR, MANILA (POSTCARD)
I:111:3
FLYNN, BARBARA I:53:7
FOAFOA- PHILCUSA OFFICIALS VISIT RICE
EXPERIMENT STATION, MUNOZ,
NUEVA ECIJA I:166:23
FOLLET, HELEN (MEN OF THE SULU SEA,
1945) I:122:86I:122:86- 89, 93
FOOD RELIEF OPERATION AT NICHOL’S
AIR BASE (AUGUST 19, 1974)
II:76:27II:76:27-30
FOOD SUPPLIES DELIVERED FROM CLARK AIR
BASE I:166:57
I:166:5 7-58
FOORMAN, HELEN WITH J. P. HEILBRONN
(1914(1914 -1916) III:A2
FOORMAN, SADIE (1914(1914-1916) III:A2
FOOT RACE (GAME) I:55:7
FORBES, ELLEN WITH LANGDON WARNER,
AND SUSAN HALLOWELL (1906(1906 -1907)
III:A16:50
FORBES, HARRY (1906(1906-1907) III:A16:54,
168
FORBES, RAMON
RAMON I:66:11
FORBES, W. CAMERON OSP:96OSP:96- 97
FORBES, W. CAMERON – MILTON,
MASSACHUSETTS RESIDENCE I:185:1I:185:1 -2
FORBES, W. CAMERON – VISIT TO APARRI
(1931) I:68:4
FORBES, W. CAMERON AT THE OLD POLO
CLUB I:116:3I:116:3-4
FORBES, W. CAMERON COLLECTION (1906(19061907) III:A16:1
III:A16:1II:A16:1-79; III:A17:1III:A17:1-189
FORBES, W. CAMERON I:68:1I:68:1-30; I:72:8I:72:8- 9;
I:116:3I:116:3 -4; I:124:3; I:126:12; I:132I:132-A:2A:2-4;
I:180:105I:180:105- 107
FORBES, W. CAMERON AND PARTY AT SANTA
CRUZ, MARINDUQUE (JANUARY 16,
1907) III:A16:66, 74
FORBES, W. CAMERON AT TEACHERS CAMP,
BAGUIO
BAGUIO I:68:10I:68:10-11
FORBES, W. CAMERON AT TOPSIDE, BAGUIO
I:68:19
FORBES, W. CAMERON BAGUIO COUNTRY
CLUB ALBUM I:19:23I:19:23-45
FORBES, W. CAMERON DISMOUNTING WILD
HARRY, BAGUIO, BENGUET (1906(1906-1907)
III:A17:167
FORBES, W. CAMERON GREETING SULTAN OF
MINDANAO
MINDANAO I:68:2
FORBES, W. CAMERON ON PORCH OF
MALACANANG (MAY 1921) I:180:105I:180:105107
FORBES, W. CAMERON PLAYING BASEBALL
I:68:10I:68:10-11
FORBES, W. CAMERON POSING WITH TUNA
FISH I:68:13, 28
FORBES, W. CAMERON TROPHY (1938)
I:116:11
FORBES, W. CAMERON WITH DEAN
WORCESTER, ET AL. IN BAGUIO I:68:20I:68:2027
FORBES, W. CAMERON WITH DEAN
WORCESTER I:68:14
FORBES, W. CAMERON WITH FAIRBANKS
AND PARTY IN PALAWAN I:126:12
FORBES, W. CAMERON WITH MR. GREEN
IN BAGUIO
BAGUIO I:68:18
FORBES, W. CAMERON WITH QUEZON,
WOOD, AND OSMENA (MAY 4, 1921)
I:124:3
FORBES, W. CAMERON WITH SALVADOR
ARANETA I:68:1
FORBES, W. CAMERON WITH SERGIO
OSMENA I:68:3
FORBES, W. CAMERON WITH THE U. S.
PHILIPPINE COMMISSION I:132I:132 A:2A:2-4
FORBES, W.
W . CAMERON WITH WILLIAM F.
PACK, MR. WHITMARSH, AND
QUADRUM AT BAGUIO, BENGUET
(1906(1906- 1907) III:A17:171
FORBES, W. CAMERON ADDRESS TO
MANILA ORIENTAL OLYMPIAD
I:68:12
FORBES, WILLIAM CAMERON (BAGUIO
RESIDENCE) I:17: 11- 19
FORD
FORD AUTOMOBILE (1920) V:8:60
FORD BUILDING (1945(1945-) III:A8:39
FORD, ELIZABETH WITH ROSALYNN
CARTER
CARTER AND LADY BIRD JOHNSON
II:11:13
FORD, GERALD R. (1974(1974- 1977) II:10:1II:10:1-4
FORD, GERALD R. – VISIT TO THE
PHILIPPINES, 1975 II:10:4
FORD, GERALD R.
R. WITH PRES.
FERDINAND E. MARCOS (1975)
II:10:4
FORD, GERALD WITH JIMMY CARTER
II:11:52II:11:52-54
FORD, HENRY II AND MRS. FORD, WITH
PRES. AND MRS. FERDINAND E.
MARCOS AND AMB. AND MRS.
HENRY A. BYROADE (MARCH 1,
1971) II:29:40II:29:40-41
FOREIGN LIQUIDATION COMMISSION
WOMEN EMPLOYEES RESIDENCE AT
BROADWAY ST., NEW MANILA
(1946) I:I68:10I:I68:10-11
FOREIGN POLICY BRIEFING (JIMMY
CARTER WITH WALTER MONDALE
AND HENRY KISSINGER) II:11:57II:11:57 58
FORES, JOSE Y. (ST. LUKE’S HOSPITAL
DIRECTOR, 19381938- 1966) I:150:81
FOREST MONARCH I:134:52
FOREST OF HEALD TIMBER CONCESSION
I:75:3I:75:3- 7
FORESTRY BUREAU TIMBERTIMBER -TESTING
LABORATORY, MANILA (1913) V:7:62V:7:62-63
TH
FORGOTTEN HEROES (57 CO. INF.) I:182:26
FORMOSO (MAYOR OF VIGAN, 1950) I:175:7
FORT ALCATRAZ,
ALCATRAZ, SAN FRANCISCO
FRANCISC O BAY
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:117
FORT DRUM (BATAAN) I:24:6, I:49:48I:49:48- 49,
6060- 61
FORT DRUM, CORREGIDOR (JUNE(JUNE -DECEMBER
1945) III:A10:33
FORT MALATE I:26:1
FORT MALATE (1900(1900 -) III:A3:54
FORT MALATE (SAN ANTONIO DE ABAD)
AFTER BOMBARDMENT BY DEWEY
(1899(1899 -1901) III:A5:84
III: A5:84
FORT MALATE, SHOWING FIRST AMERICAN
FLAG RAISED AND EFFECTS OF
BOMBARDMENT (1898(1898-) III:A5:3
FORT MCKINLEY I:111:8; I:119:6I:119:6- 11
FORT MCKINLEY (POSTCARD) I:111:8
FORT MCKINLEY, RIZAL (1900(1900-) III:A12:120III:A12:120121
FORT MILLS GOLF COURSE RUINS,
CORREGIDOR V:11:8
TH
FORT MILLS HOSPITAL AND 59 CAF
BARRACKS, CORREGIDOR V:11:7
TH
FORT MILLS PARADE GROUND WITH 59 CAR
BARRACKS, CORREGIDOR V:11:13V:11:13 -15
FORT MILLS, CORREGIDOR V:11:7V:11:7-8, 1313-15,
17, 33
FORT MILLS, CORREGIDOR V:5:14V:5:14-17
FORT OF MALATE (1898(1898-) III:A5:93
FORT PILAR (ZAMBOANGA) I:183:1I:183:1 -2, 22
FORT SAN ANTONIO I:119:12I:119:12-16; I:182:26,
51; I:176:10; I:109:8
FORT SAN ANTONIO (AUGUST 13, 1898)
III:A5:105
FORT SAN ANTONIO (INTRAMUROS) I:82:26,
51; I:176:10
FORT SAN ANTONIO, WHERE THE FIRST
AMERICAN
AME RICAN FLAG WAS FIRST HOISTED
(MOUNTED) I:109:8
FORT SAN FELIPE (CAVITE) I:41:7
FORT SAN PEDRO (CEBU) I:42:16
FORT SANTIAGO (1900(1900-) III:A12:51
FORT SANTIAGO AND ANDA
AN DA MONUMENT
(POSTCARD) III:A22:21
FORT SANTIAGO (INTRAMUROS) I:82:4, 99- 11, 404042; I:108:5; I:108I:108-A:2
FORT SANTIAGO (POSTCARDS) I:82:9I:82:9-11
FORT SANTIAGO GATE (RUINS) I:108:5
FORT SANTIAGO, HEADQUARTERS
HEADQUARTERS OF
THE U.S. ARMY (POSTCARD)
III:A22:19
FORT SANTIAGO, INTRAMUROS (1960)
I:108I:108- A:2
FORT SANTIAGO, INTRAMUROS (MANILA,
PREPRE -WAR) V:1:45
FORT SANTIAGO, MANILA (1900(1900 -)
III:A6:23
FORT STONES I:73I:73-A:1A:1-2, 23
FORT STOTSENBURG I:70:1I:70:1 -32
FORT STOTSENBURG (1937) III:A11:34
FORT STOTSENBURG/CLARK AIR BASE
HISTORY (1903(1903 -1949) III:A11:1III:A11:1 -68
FORT STOTSENBURG GATE MARKER
( 1902) III:A11:35
FORT STOTSENBURG POST OFFICE
(1920) III:A11:22
FORT STOTSENBURG, WEDDING AT
I:70:31
FORTIFICATION OF OLD MANILA I:82:54I:82:5455
FORTIFICATIONS OF HAVANA HARBOR
(1900(1900-) III:A3:127III:A3:127- 128
FORTIFICATIONS OF SAN FRANCISCO
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:118
FORTRESSES
FORTRESSES OF ZAMBOANGA I:183:56
FOSDICK, C. I:5:53; I:6:11
FOURTEENTH U.S. INFANTRY (1898(1898-)
III:A5:49
FOURTH OF JULY 1976 ACTIVITIES II:62II:62A:1A:1-6
FOURTH OF JULY AT ZAMBOANGA
I:183:13
FOURTH OF JULY: UNITED STATES
INDEPENDENCE DAY II:62:10
FOURTH U.S. CAVALRY
CAVALRY OFFICERS (1898(1898 ) III:A5:11
FOWLER, HENRY (TREASURY
SECRETARY, 19631963 -1968) II:8:4
FOX, EARL S. (MSA(MSA-PHILCUSA) I:166:20
FRALEIGH, ALBERT I:166:41
FRANCISCO, JOSE II:74:41
FRANCISCO, LUCY I:66:10
FRANCISCO, V. C. (1945) I:137:72
FRANK, EUGENIA GARCIA
GARCIA I:66:6
FRANK, LAURA I:66:6
FRANK, MARIAN ELIZABETH (PEACE
CORPS) II:61:4
FRANK, PATRICK H. I:66:6
FRANK, SAMUEL I:66:6
FRED MEYER COLLECTION I:118I:118-A:1A:1 -23
FREED STO. TOMAS PRISONERS VIEW
AMERICAN MIGHT (1945) I:156:27
FREEMAN, ORVILLE (AGRICULTURE
SECRETARY, 19631963 -1968) II:8:4
RD
FRENCH, J. W. (LT., 23 U.S. INFANTRY
OFFICER, 1898) III:A5:118
FRIENDLY FILIPINOS SEEKING PROTECTION
INSIDE THE AMERICAN LINES (1900(1900-)
III:A3:71
FROM PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN AT MATANZAS,
TH
CUBA DURING CELEBRATION OF 4 OF
JULY, 1901
1 901 III:A3:148
FROM THE HILLS I:93:9
FROSCH, ROBERT (ADMINISTRATOR,
NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE
ADMINSITRATION, 19771977- 1981) II:14:14
FUERSA AERAS EXPEDICIONES MEXICANA
ST
(FAEM). 201 MEXICAN FIGHTER
SQUADRON, IN THE SQUADRON AREA IN
PORAC, A TOWN NEAR CLARK
CLARK FIELD
(1946) III:A11:61
FULBRIGHT PROGRAM I:134I:134-A:1A:1- 4
FUNERAL PYRE FOR AMERICAN DESTROYER
I:93:11
FUNSTON MEMORIAL STATE PARK
(POSTCARD) I:185:5
FUNSTON, FREDERICK I:169:7I:169:7-8
FURLONG, LEONARD (CAPT.) I:169:3
FURNARI, MARIO WITH LEONARD G. DAWSON,
ET AL.
AL. V:12:6
[G]
G. & P. COMPANY (SIGNING OF UNION
CONTRACT) I:66:39
G.I. CHILDREN I:66:12
G.I.’S FIGHTING ALONG TAFT AVENUE,
MANILA (1945) V:2:25
GABANG (MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS I:122:25
GACHES FARM FOR WAYWARD BOYS
I:186:53
GACHES, SAMUEL F. V:9:40, 74
GAGE, W. E. (LT., FIRST REGIMENT IDAHO
VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, 1898)
III:A5:122, 131
GAISEL, ERNESTO (BRAZILIAN PRESIDENT)
WITH JIMMY CARTER II:11:33
GALE, C. W. G. (CAPT.) WITH MAJ. L. H.
RICKER, CAPT. JAMES
JAMES LOCKEFF, AND LT.
LEROY ELRINGE (1898(1898-) III:A5:11
GALICANO,
GALICANO, JOSEPH (SECRETARY OF
HEALTH, EDUCATION AND WELFARE,
19771977-1981) II:14:12II:14:12-13
GALLOFIN, CARA AND LEO GILLESPIE
V:9:86
GAMES AT FORT STOTSENBERG I:70:16I:70:1620
GANZON, GUADALUPE II:74:1II:74:1-2
GAPAN (NUEVA
( NUEVA ECIJA) I:143:1
GARCIA, CARLOS P. (PRESIDENT) I:114I:114A:19; I:157:1; I:166:14; II:63:2;
GARCIA, CARLOS P. (PHILIPPINES, SEATO,
1954) I:157:1
GARCIA, CARLOS P. ADDRESS AT THE
MANILA CEMETERY AND MEMORIAL
CEREMONY (1960) III:A13:35
GARCIA, CARLOS P. AND U.S. VICE PRES.
LYNDON B. JOHNSON EXCHANGE
VIEWS IN MALACANANG PALACE
(1961) II:8:14
GARCIA, CARLOS P. EXPLAINS A POINT TO
U.S. VICE PRES. LYNDON B.
JOHNSON IN MALACANANG PALACE
(1961) II:8:13
GARCIA, CARLOS P. PRESENTS FLOWER
OFFERING AT THE MANILA
CEMETERY AND MEMORIAL
CEREMONY (1960) III:A13:34
GARCIA, CARLOS P. WELCOMED U.S. VICE
PRES. LYNDON B. JOHNSON AT
MALACANANG PALACE (1961) II:8:8
GARCIA, CARLOS P. WITH AMB. JOHN D.
HICKERSON, ET AL.
AL. AT THE MANILA
CEMETERY AND MEMORIAL
CEREMONY (1960) III:A27
GARCIA, CARLOS P. WITH CHARLES
BOHLEN (1959) I:166:14
GARCIA, CARLOS P. WITH PAKISTAN
PRESIDENT, ET AL. II:70:2
GARCIA, CARLOS P. WITH PEDRO R.
REYES AND FAMILY (1956) I:114I:114A:19
GARCIA, CARLOS P. WITH U.S. VICE PRES.
RICHARD M. NIXON, EMILIO
E MILIO
AGUINALDO AND SERGIO OSMENA
(1956) II:9:5, 15
GARCIA, PAULINO II:74:15, 4242- 43
GARDEN AND WATERFRONT IN
ZAMBOANGA I:134:36
GARDER, JOHN (WELFARE SECRETARY,
19631963-1968) II:8:4
GARFIELD, JAMES A. (U.S. PRESIDENT, 1881)
II:1:19
GARROTE (PHIL(PHIL- AM WAR) I:129:46, 98
GARROTE; SPANISH METHOD OF EXECUTING
CRIMINALS
GARROTE—
GARROTE —THIS MACHINE HAS AN OFFICIAL
RECORD OF KILLING 31 MEN (1898(1898 -)
III:A5:90
GARROTING (SPANISH ORIGIN) I:131:5
GARRY, MARSHALL WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON, ET AL AT S. S. BURNET (1943)
V:12:1
GATHERING IN EGYPT ( PRES. AND MRS.
CARTER IN EGYPT) II:11:36
GATHERING SUGAR CANE, CUBA (1900)
III:A3:146
GAWER, BETTY FAYE I:66:10
GEIGER, J. C. I:138:21
GEN. GEORGE MOORE TUNNEL (MALINTA
TUNNEL) I:134:55I:134:55- 58
GEN. GONZALES, THE LAST TO SURRENDER
I:131:12
I:131:12
GENATO, RAMON B. I:117:8
GENERAL AND MRS. WAINWRIGHT UNVEILING
JAPANESE SURRENDER DOCUMENTS
(SEPTEMBER 12, 1945) I:177:5
GENERAL BLANCO BRIDGE I:32:9I:32:9- 12
GENERAL DOUGLAS MACARTHUR STRIDES
DOWN THE MAIN STREET IN DAGUPAN
(1944) III:A11:46
GENERAL MACARTHUR AND GEN. WHEATON,
WITH THEIR STAFFS, ON A TOUR AT
ANGELES (1899) III:A11:3
GENERAL OF THE ARMY DOUGLAS
MACARTHUR I:99:2, 66- 7
GENERAL STRATEGY IN THE PACIFIC (1942(19421945) MAP III:A13:18
GENERALS AND STAFF AT REST IN LUZON
(1898
(189898-) III:A5:2
GEORGE DEWEY MONUMENT I:58:1I:58:1- 2
GEORGE W. HUBBELL MONUMENT
V:5:19V:5:19-21
GERHARDT, CHARLES H. V:5:71
GERMAIN, JOSEPH A. I:11:5
GHETTO MONUMENT IN WARSAW, POLAND
(JIMMY CARTER STANDS IN SILENT
PRAYER) II:11:27
II: 11:27
GI HOUSES AT CLARK FIELD (1949)
III:A11:66
GIANT CARGO VESSELS ARE LOADED AT RED
BEACH, LEYTE I:93:28; I:182:49
GILBERT, NEWTON W. WITH THE U. S.
PHILIPPINE COMMISSION I:132I:132 A:3A:3-4
GILHOUSER, HENRY A. (1939)
( 1939) I:174:2
GILHOUSER, HENRY, ET AL., AT AN ARMY
LUNCHEON (1937) V:5:67
GILKESON, FILLMORE (RADM) I:162:65
GILLESPIE, LEO AND CARA GALLOFIN
V:9:86
GILLETTE (COMMODORE) I:88:19I:88:19 -22
GILLMORE, R. A. (LT.) I:137:39
GIRALDA, LA, MANILA (1880(1880 -1900)
1900)
III:A14:2
GLEECK, LEWIS E. JR., AND AMB. JOHN
D. NEGROPONTE (1995) V:5:58V:5:58-59
GLEECK, LEWIS E. JR., WITH AMB. AND
MRS. RICHARD W. MURPHY, ET AL
II:39:3
GLEECK, LEWIS E. JR., WITH AMB.
WILLIAM MC. BLAIR, JR., ET AL
II:39:2, 5
GLEECK, LEWIS E. JR., WITH HIS WIFE
FIRA AND AMB. AND MRS. HENRY A.
BYROADE II:39:7
GLEECK, LEWIS E., JR. I:5:1I:5:1-2; I:6:1I:6:1-3;
I:7:13I:7:13- 14; I:69:2; II:39:1II:39:1- 8
GLEECK, LEWIS E., JR. WITH AMB.
WILLIAM STEVENSON II:39:1
GLEECK, LEWIS E., WITH STANLEY
PHILLIPS AND MATT BAILEY
BAI LEY (1995)
V:5:60
GLEN, EMMANUEL (SKETCH) I:118I:118-A:19
GLENN, JOHN (AUSTRONAUT) WITH AMB.
HENRY A. BYROADE AND A
BURMESE OFFICIAL II:29:13II:29:13-17
GLIMPSE OF MINDANAO BY BAUTISTA M.
FILIMENO (1937) I:122:90I:122:90- 91
GOBERNADORCILLO DE UNA CABECERA
I:51:29
GODINO TWINS I:186:56
GOEBEL, CHARLES I:66:5
GOFORTH, VESTAL LEE (AHC ASSISTANT
CURATOR) AT THE AHC LIBRARY
(MAY 26, 1978) V:13:4V:13:4- 7
GOHN A JAY, CUBA (1900(1900-) III:A3:157
GOITI SQUARE I:71:1I:71:1- 5; I:110:26
GOLAMCO HARDWARE COMPANY I:32:1
GOLD COINS RECOVERED
RECOVERE D IN BAGUIO
(1945) V:24:51
GOLD KNIFE PRESENTED BY RODRIGO C.
LIM
TO SECRETARY OF WAR ROBERT P.
PATTERSON (1946) I:138:14
GOLD MINE LABORERS IN BAGUIO V:10:17
GOLDBERG, ARTHUR J. (U.S. SECRETARY OF
LABOR) WITH NORBERT ROMUALDEZ JR.
II:75:53II:75:53-54
GOLDENBERG, M. I:117:16
GOLDHAGEN, MARTIN I:66:23
GOLEZ, ROILO WITH MARSH THOMSON, ET AL
V:9:15
GOLF COURSE (BAGUIO) I:16:20
GOLF COURSE AND WALLED CITY I:83:1
GOLF LINKS AND WALLED
WALLE D CITY (POSTCARD)
III:A22:18
GOLF LINKS, MANILA, (RUINS) III:A8:1
III:A8:1
GOMEZ, NENA GUIDES VICE PRES.
EMMANUEL PELAEZ AT THE PHILIPPINE
PAVILION II:73II:73-A:16
GOMEZ, PEPE V:19:84
GONDER, VIRGINIA WITH J. H. CARPENTER,
AND A. V. H. HARTENDORP V:9:12
GONZAGA, LEO P. AND MOMOY CARDENAS
V:9:2
GONZALES (GEN.), THE LAST TO SURRENDER
SURRENDER
I:131:12
GONZALES, RAFAEL WITH GOV. ESTRELLA
AND AMB. BOHLEN (1959) II:24:10
GONZALES, ANGEL WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL STAFF
(NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
GOOD FRIDAY SCENES IN PAMPANGA (1933)
I:127:5I:127:5 -9
GORDON, BOB I:76:19
GORMAN, JOSEPH
JO SEPH W. I:53:9
GOV. CHAS W. FAIRBANKS AND PARTY IN
PUERTO PRINCESA (PALAWAN) I:126:4I:126:4- 5
GOVERNMENT BUILDING (BONTOC) I:34:9,
13
GOVERNMENT BUILDING OF THE PROVINCE
OF TAYABAS, QUEZON I:144:3
GOVERNMENT COTTAGE
CO TTAGE NO. 4, BAGUIO
(1906(1906-1907) III:A17:131III:A17:131- 132
GOVERNMENT PRINTING PLANT, MANILA
(1900(1900-) III:A6:8
GOVERNOR CARPENTER’S RESIDENCE,
ZAMBOANGA I:64:17
GOVERNOR EVANS
EVANS HOUSE IN BAGUIO I:64:2
GOVERNOR GENERAL ROOSEVELT ATTENDING
A MANILA HOTEL DINNER WITH SENATE
PRES. QUEZON, GEN. BOOTH, ET AL.
I:145:2
GOVERNOR GENERAL’S PALACE, HAVANA,
CUBA (1900(1900-) III:A3:152III:A3:152-153
GOVERNOR
GOVERNOR GENERAL’S RESIDENCE,
MANILA (POSTCARD) III:A22:39
III:A22: 39
GOVERNOR HALE’S HOUSE IN KALINGAS
(1911) I:64:16
GOVERNOR IDE’S INAUGURATION (APRIL
2, 1906) III:A16:21III:A16:21 -24
GOVERNOR’S HOUSE (BONTOC) I:34:8
GOVERNOR’S HOUSE (PUERTA PRINCESA,
PR INCESA,
PALAWAN) I:126:1I:126:1- 2
GOVERNORGOVERNOR-GENERAL EXECUTIVE OFFICE,
MANILA (POSTCARD) I:111:16
GOVERNORGOVERNOR-GENERAL’S ADMINISTRATIVE
BUILDING I:16:26
GOVERNORGOVERNOR-GENERAL’S PALACE, MANILA
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:33
GOVERNORSGOVERNORS- GENERAL I:72:1I:72:1-27
GOYNES, IRENE I:66:10
GOZON, BENJAMIN
B ENJAMIN II:74:44
GRADUATING NURSES OF EMMANUEL
HOSPITAL (1941) I:118I:118-A:6
GRAND LODGE BANQUET AT THE
PLARIDEL TEMPLE (JULY 13, 1940)
I:117:16
GRANDE ISLAND (SUBIC BAY) I:162:42
GRANSTONE, ALAN WITH JIMMY CARTER,
ET AL.
AL. II:11:22
GRANT, ULYSSES S. (U.S. PRESIDENT,
18691869-1877) II:1:17
GRANT, W. S. (MAJ. GEN.) I:116:14
GRANT, W. S. (MRS.) I:116:12I:116:12- 13
GRAVES OF AMERICAN SOLDIERS AT
CAMP DEWEY I:119:18
GREAT NEW BEGINNING, A (PRES.
REAGAN’S INAUGURAL FESTIVITIES)
II:12II:12-A:26
GREAT EASTERN HOTEL (MAY 3, 1949)
1949)
I:117:14I:117:14-15
GREAT WHITE WAY, SUBIC (OLONGAPO)
I:162:8
GREATEST DEVASTATION OF THE
PHILIPPINES (1945) I:108:19I:108:19- 21
GREELY, A. W. (GEN.) I:92:5
GREEN, ADA I:8:13
GREEN, ALICE I:8:13
GREEN, JACK I:8:13
GREEN, JOHN W. I:8:13
GREETINGS IN NIGERIA (JIMMY
(JI MMY CARTER
WITH ALUSEGUN OBASANJO)
II:11:31
ST
GREGG, K. J. (1ST LT.), JANUARY 1932, AT
CLARK FIELD III:A11:37
GREY, CORPORAL FROM NEBRASKA
REGIMENT (PHIL(PHIL -AM WAR) V:5:24
GRIMSLEY, JAMES A. I:89:1I:89:1 -5
GRIMSLEY, JAMES A. (MRS.) I:89:1I:89:1-5
GROTESQUE GET UP AT POLO
P OLO CLUB
I:180:128I:180:128- 131
GROUP OF AMERICAN ARMIES OUTSIDE THE
WALLED CITY (1898) III:A5:141
GROUP OF INSURGENTS AT CAMP DEWEY
I:137:40
GROUP OF MORO YACANES OF BASILAN
ISLAND, SOUTH OF ZAMBOANGA I:183:38
GROUP OF OUR NEW PHILIPPINE COUSINS
st
AND SOLDIERS OF
O F THE 31 INFANTRY
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:77
GROVER, CLEVELAND (U.S. PRESIDENT,
18851885-1889, 18931893-1897) II:1:21
GUADALUPE CHURCH (MANILA) I:44:3I:44:3-5
GUADALUPE CHURCH RUINS I:44:5
GUADALUPE RUINS I:105:15
GUADALUPE RUINS (POSTCARD) I:111:17
GUADIZ, TEOFILO WITH GOV. ESTRELLA AND
AMB. BOHLEN (1959) II:24:16
GUADIZ, TEOFILO, DAGUPAN CITY MAYOR
WITH MRS. CHARLES BOHLEN (1959)
II:24:13
GUAGUA (PAMPANGA) I:127:1I:127:1-2, 10
GUAGUA, PAMPANGA (SEPTEMBER 1932)
I:127:1I:127:1 -2
GUARD MOUNT, ILIGAN, MINDANAO (1900)
I:119I:119- A:26; I:131:29
I:131:29
GUARDHOUSE (PARANG, MINDANAO, 1914)
I:119:2
GUERRERO, JOSEFINA V. (1948) I:138:21
GUERRERO, JOVENAL I:166:43
GUEVARRA, D. I:66:23
GUEVARRA, PEDRO (1935) I:133:6I:133:6- 7, 1111- 14
GUIDOTE, CECILE II:74:6
GUIMARAS TARGET RANGE I:137:16I:137:16 -38
GUN AND ENTRENCHMENT
ENTRENCHMENT CAPTURED FROM
THE INSURGENTS AT THE BATTLE OF
ZAPOTE RIVER (1899) I:132:5
GUNNEL, DAVID G., ADDRESSEE OF FUNSTON
MEMORIAL STATE PARK POSTCARD
I:185:5
GUNS AND SUNKEN GUNBOATS OF THE
SPANISH NAVY (CAVITE) I:158:2, 19
GUNS CAPTURED BY THE SPANISH FROM THE
INSURGENTS DURING INSURRECTION.
ARSENAL, MANILA (1898) III:A5:117
GUTIERREZ, DAVE WITH CORNELIO
PERALTA, ET AL V:9:3
GUTTAGUTTA- PERCHA TREE FELLED AND
RINGED (1913) V:7:61
GUTTA
GUTTATTA- PERCHA TREE FELLED AND
RINGED BY THE MOROS OF BUAN,
TAWITAWI-TAWI (1913) V:7:59
[H]
H. E. HEACOCK BUILDING (MANILA)
I:77:1
HACKETT, ALLEN I:5:33; I:161:1
HACKETT, ALLEN BURIAL V:5:36V:5:36- 41
HACKETT, BESSIE (1945) V:5:34V:5:34- 35
HACKETT, JOAN S.
S. I:5:33
HADJI BUTU I:122:50, 81
RD
HAGADORN, C. P. (LT., 23 U.S.
INFANTRY OFFICER, 1898)
III:A5:118
HAGONOY MARKET (BULACAN) I:38:2
HAGONOY BOAT MARKET (BULACAN)
I:38:2
HAIG, ALEXANDER WITH RONALD
REAGAN AND GEORGE BUSH II:12II:12A:37
HAIG, ALEXANDER (SECRETARY
(SE CRETARY OF
STATE, 1981) II:15:8II:15:8- 10
HAIG, ALEXANDER DIALOGUE WITH
ASEAN FOREIGN MINISTERS (JUNE
20, 1981) II:15:8II:15:8-10
HALE, IRVING I:158:13; I:176:7
HALE, WALTER I:64:8
HALFHALF-CASTE LADY OF WEALTH I:51:10
HALL OF JUSTICE, MANILA (JUNE(JUNE DECEMBER 1945) III:A10:7
III: A10:7A10:7 -8, 11
HALL, GUS (CRS DIRECTOR) I:166:41
HALLOWELL, SUSAN WITH ELLEN
FORBES, AND LANGDON WARNER
(1906(1906- 1907) III:A16:50
HALLOWELL, SUSAN (1906(1906- 1907)
III:A16:50, 53
HALPRIN, LAWRENCE I:50:1
HALSEMA RESIDENCE IN CEBU I:73:21
HALSEMA RESIDENCE IN SAN FERNANDO,
PAMPANGA I:73:19I:73:19-20
HALSEMA, E. J. AND HIS STAFF I:73:23
HALSEMA, JAMES J. COLLECTION I:73:1I:73:1 23
HALSEMA, JIM I:73:22
HALSEY HARBOR SOUTH ENTRANCE, CULION
ISLAND (1913) V:7:116
HALSEY, WILLIAM (ADM.) I:169:59
HALZERTHAL,
HALZER THAL, PAUL WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON, ET AL AT S. S. BURNET (1943)
V:12:1
ST
HAMILTON, ALEXANDER (1 U.S. SECRETARY
OF THE TREASURY) WITH GEORGE
WASHINGTON AND ROBERT MORRIS
(PAINTING) II:2:3
HAMILTON, EILEEN I:17:42
HAMILTON, LESTER I:7:30; I:17:43
HAMILTON,
HAMILTON, ROBERT I:7:30; I:17:42
HAMILTON, WILLIAM I:5:34I:5:34- 36
HAMILTON, WILLIAM (MRS.) I:5:34I:5:34-36
HAMILTON, WILLIAM C., AND ALBERTO
KATIGBAK WELCOMED AMB. WILLIAM H.
SULLIVAN AT THE MANILA
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (AUGUST 1,
1973) II:30:4
HAMILTON, WILLIAM WITNESSING
WITNESSING THE
PRESENTATION OF CHECK BY AMB.
HENRY A. BYROADE TO JAMES J.
WOLAHAN II:29:8
RD
HAMPTON, C. E. (LT., 23 U.S. INFANTRY
OFFICER, 1898) III:A5:118
HANCOCK BUILDING (MANILA) I:63:7
HANDICAP TOURNAMENT AT MANILA POLO
CLUB (JULY 1910) I:116:7I:116:7- 8
HANGARS AT CLARK FIELD AFTER BOMBING
OF JAPANESE BY AAF (1944) III:A11:50
HANGING AT LEON, PANAY (1901) I:129:98
HANN’S CLIFF SHOWING COMMENCEMENT OF
WORK, BAGUIO (1904) V:7:123
HANN’S CLIFF SHOWING PROGRESS OF
WORK, BAGUIO (1904) V:7:121
HANNEGAN, ROBERT E. (JULY 3, 1946)
I:138:13
HAPPY HALLOW (BAGUIO) I:17:23, 32
HAPPY HOLLOW BARRIE (BAGUIO) I:15:1.1
HARBISON (MAJ.) I:126:11
HARBOR (1900(1900-) III:A3:5
HARBOR OF CATBALOGAN,
CATBALOGAN, SAMAR
(POSTCARD) III:A22:112
HARBOR DEFENSE (CORREGIDOR)
(CORREGIDOR) I:48:21I:48:21 22
HARBOR OF ZAMBOANGA (1900(1900 -) III:A3:105
HARBOR SCENES, HAVANA, CUBA (1900(1900-)
III:A3:126III:A3:126- 128, 154154 -155
HARDING, WARREN G. (U.S. PRESIDENT,
19211921- 1923) II:1:27
ST
HARDY, WILFORD H. (1ST LT.), JANUARY
1932, AT CLARK FIELD III:A11:37
HARGROVE COLLECTION I:73I:73-A:1A:1- 29
HARGROVE, MILES I:73I:73-A:14
HARGROVE, THOMAS R. I:73I:73 -A:13A:13- 14;
I:134:56I:134:56-58
HARN, CHARLES S. (ST. LUKE’S HOSPITAL
DIRECTOR, 19671967- 1977) I:150:85I:150:85 88
HARNESS, FOREST A. WITH THE
AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS
COMMISSION
COMMISSION AT MANILA AIRPORT
(1960) III:A13:24
ST
HARPER, ROBERT W. (1 LT.), JANUARY
1932, AT CLARK FIELD III:A11:37
HARPIST I:51:13
HARRIMAN, W. AVERELL II:26:16; II:6:5
HARRIMAN, W. AVERELL WITH WILLIAM E.
STEVENSON AND MAURO CALINGO
II:26:16
HARRIS, PATRICIA
PATRICIA ROBERTS (SECRETARY
OF HOUSING AND URBAN
DEVELOPMENT, 19771977- 1981)
II:14:15II:14:15-16
HARRISON, BENJAMIN (U.S. PRESIDENT,
18891889-1893) II:1:22
HARRISON, FRANCIS B. I:72:1I:72:1-3; I:137:9;
I:164:15
HARRISON, FRANCIS B. ARRIVAL IN
MANILA I:64:15
HARRISON, FRANCIS B. WITH OSMENA
CARRYING AMERICAN FLAG
I:137:11
HARRISON, WILLIAM H. (U.S. PRESIDENT,
1841) II:1:8
HARRY J. HAWKINS COLLECTION (1900(1900-)
III:A6:1III:A6:1- 104
HARTENDORP, A. V. H. I:5:45I:5:45-53; I:6:2I:6:211
HARTENDORP, A. V. H. AND MRS.
HARTENDORP, WITH AMB. HENRY A.
BYROADE,
BYROADE, MRS. AND MRS. HENRY
MILLER II:45:8
HARTENDORP, A. V. H. WITH J. H.
CARPENTER, AND VIRGINIA GONDER
V:9:12
HARTIGAN, THOMAS (1907) I:163:5
HARTMAN, R. H. (LT., FIRST REGIMENT
IDAHO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY,
1898) III:A5:122, 131
HARTWELL’S STAMP MILL (KIAS,
(KIAS,
BENGUET) I:121:42
HARVILL, DENISE V:9:80
HAT AND UMBRELLA FACTORY (1908)
III:A15:1III:A15:1 -28
HAT FACTORY (1908) III:A15:1III:A15:1-3
HAT FACTORY, GENERAL AND HEAD OFFICE
(1908) III:A15:1III:A15:1 -2, 6
HAT FACTORY, MANILA V:5:5
HAT PRESSES, HAT FACTORY (1908)
III:A15:13III:A15:13- 14
HAT PRESSES, HAT FACTORY (1908)
III:A15:22
HAT STORE AT ESCOLTA I:63:8
HATFIELD, MARK WITNESSING THE OATH OF
OFFICE OF PRES. REAGAN II:12II:12-A:12A:12 -16
HATHEWAY (MRS.) (1906(1906-1907) III:A16:9,
26, 34, 49, 5151- 52
HATHEWAY (MRS.) WITH LANGDON WARNER,
AND ELLEN EMERSON (1906(1906-1907)
III:A16:34
HATHEWAY (MRS.), AND ELLEN EMERSON
(1906(1906 -1907) III:A16:26, 49
HATHEWAY (MRS.), JOSE AND MORENO
(1906(1906 -1907) III:A16:9
HATHEWAY HOUSE, BAGUIO, BENGUET
(1906(1906-1907) III:A17:89III:A17:89-92
HATHEWAY HOUSE, MANILA (1906(1906 -1907)
III:A16:10,
III:A16:10, 12
HAULIN WOOD (1900(1900-) III:A3:4
HAULING OF HUGE TIMBER AT MERCEDES
(ZAMBOANGA) I:183:33
HAUSERMANN (JUDGE) I:7:41
HAUSMANN, ROSALIE (1914(1914-1916) III:A2
HAVANA BOOTBLOCKS, LEARNING ENGLISH
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:135
HAVANA CATHEDRAL (1900(1900 -) III:A3:150
HAVANA HARBOR (1900(1900-) III:A3:126III:A3:126128,154
128, 154
HAVANA, CUBA (1900(1900-) III:A3:126III:A3:126-129, 131,
133133-135, 139, 151151- 154
HAVE YOU A PASS? SCENE ON THE FIRING
LINE (1900) I:132:3
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS (1900(1900-) III:A3:161
III:A3:161I:A3:161-173
TH
HAWKINS, A. L. (COL., 10 PENNSYLVANIA
VOLUNTEER INFANTRY OFFICER, 1898)
III:A5:139
HAY, JOHN I:74:1
HAYES, RUTHERFORD B. (U.S. PRESIDENT,
18771877- 1881) II:1:18
HAZELTON (MR.) I:164:8, 44
HEACOCK’S BILLBOARD I:106:33
HEADINGTON, JOHN L. I:1:7
HEADQUARTERS AMERICAN TROOPS,
ZAMBOANGA (1900(1900-) III:A3:108
HEADQUARTERS AT TACLOBAN (1902)
I:92:4
HEADQUARTERS IN MALATE (U. S. ARMY)
I:105:17
HEADQUARTERS OF THE U.S.
ARMY (POSTCARD) III:A22:42, 123
HEADQUARTERS OF THE U.S.
ARMY, JOLO (POSTCARD)
(POSTCARD) III:A22:123
HEADQUARTERS PHILIPPINES COMMAND
(U. S. ARMY) I:105:6
HEALD COLLECTION I:75:1I:75:1- 7
HEALD LUMBER CO. SAWMILL I:75:2
HEALTH BOARD OF THE PHILIPPINE
ISLANDS (1913) V:7:141
HEALTHIEST PW’S WERE SELECTED FOR
GROUP PHOTO. FORT
FORT O’DONNELL,
DEATH CAMP (MAY 15, 1942)
III:A11:42
HEATH, HERBERTH L. V:9:41V:9:41-42
HEILBRONN (CHARLOTTE & JOSEPH,
19141914- 1916) III:A2
HEILBRONN (MR. & MRS.) I:76:1I:76:1- 10
HEILBRONN AND FAMILY AT VILLA
CARLOTA, BAGUIO I:76:5, 8
HEILBRONN AND FRIENDS (1914
(191414-1916)
III:A2
HEILBRONN AND FRIENDS IN PINES
HOTEL, BAGUIO I:76:4
HEILBRONN COLLECTION I:8:1I:8:1-15;
I:76:1I:76:1- 72; I:163:5
HEILBRONN COMPANY EMPLOYEES
I:66:23, 3131-33; I:76:27I:76:27-28
HEILBRONN COTTAGE I:76:52I:76:52-59
HEILBRONN COTTAGE – INAUGURATION
I:76:52I:76:52 -54, 5656-, 5858 -59
HEILBRONN PHOTO ALBUM (1914(1914 -1916)
III:A2:1III:A2:1- 69
HEILBRONN PHOTO FROM BOB AND
MILLY GORDON I:76:19
HEILBRONN POSTCARD I:76:3
HEILBRONN RESIDENCE AT CALLE
GEORGIA, MALATE I:76:41
HEILBRONN RESIDENCE IN PASAY
I:76:68
HEILBRONN, CHARLOTTE I:66:17I:66:17 -22, 353536; I:76:1I:76:1 -10, 3535-51
HEILBRONN, CHARLOTTE (WEARING
IGOROT DRESS, 19141914- 1916) III:A2
HEILBRONN, CHARLOTTE AT PAGSANJAN
FALLS, LAGUNA I:76:40
HEILBRONN, CHARLOTTE UNVEILING PLAQUE
DEDICATION OF ANTIANTI-TUBERCULOSIS
I:76:49
HEILBRONN, CHARLOTTE’S MOTHER’S
MOTHER’ S
BIRTHDAY AT SAN FERNANDO, LA UNION
I:76:35
HEILBRONN, JOSEPH P. I:1:1I:1:1-5; I:163:5;
I:66:16I:66:16 -18; I:176:1I:176:1 -34
HEILBRONN, JOSEPH P. (PLAYING GOLF,
19141914-1916) III:A2
HEILBRONN, JOSEPH P. AT HIS MANILA
OFFICE I:76:12
HEILBRONN, JOSEPH P. AT JULY 5, 1937
CEREMONY
CERE MONY I:76:20I:76:20-21
HEILBRONN, JOSEPH P. AT THE OPENING OF
THE ELKS CLUB I:76:25
HEILBRONN, JOSEPH P. WITH COLTON
I:76:26
HEILBRONN, JOSEPH P. WITH ROTARY
FRIENDS I:76:17I:76:17- 18
HEILBRONN, JULIUS, ET AL., AT AN ARMY
LUNCHEON (1937) V:5:67
HELIOPAD (CAMP JOHN HAY) I:39:26
HELLMAN, ROSIE I:66:10
HEMP BODEGA IN ZAMBOANGA I:81:4
HEMP CARTS, ALBAY PROVINCE
PROVINCE
(POSTCARD) III:A22:83
III:A22:83
HEMP INDUSTRY I:81:3I:81:3- 5
HENARES, HILARION, JR. II:74:14, 45
HENDERSON, JAMES I:7:17
HERBOSA, LUCIA RIZAL I:148:6
HERDMAN, C. G., ET. AL, AT THE UNIVERSITY
CLUB (LATE 1930’S) V:5:69V:5:69 -70
HERZOG, BERNARD (NIGHTMARE AT STO.
TOMAS, 1945) V:3:22
HESS, CARL V:9:43
HESSELINK, J. V:10:26V:10:26 -29
HESSELINK, J. ADMIRING A GIFT KRIS FROM
MOJAJILON ESPITAL V:10:26
HESSELINK, J. DESPEDIDA
DESPEDIDA PARTY V:10:27
HESSELINK, J. ENTERTAINING SOME
YAKAN PLANTATION GUARDS AT
TUMAJUBONG, BASILAN V:10:29
HESSELINK, J. WITH TIDADUL
FALAHUDDIN, ET AL.
AL. V:10:28
HESSELINK, JOHANN V:9:119
HESTER,
HE STER, EVETT D. I:5:53; I:6:2I:6:2-3; I:6:11
HEWITT, LELAND R. (CAPTAIN), JANUARY
1932, AT CLARK FIELD III:A11:37
HICKERSON, JOHN D. II:25:13II:25:13- 14
HICKERSON, JOHN D. (AMBASSADOR)
ADDRESS OF WELCOME AT THE
MANILA CEMETERY AND MEMORIAL
CEREMONY (1960) III:A29
III:A29
HICKERSON, JOHN D. (U.S.
AMBASSADOR, JANUARY 19601960DECEMBER 1961) II:25:1II:25:1-14
HICKERSON, JOHN D. AND PRES. CARLOS
P. GARCIA II:25:6, 12
HICKERSON, JOHN D. DELIVERS A
MESSAGE II:25:6II:25:6- 7
HICKERSON, JOHN D. WITH
CONGRESSMAN M. VELOSO AND
ATTY. A. BENEDICTO II:25:3
HICKERSON,
HICKERSON, JOHN D. WITH CONRADO P.
ESTRELLA II:25:5
HICKERSON, JOHN D. WITH PHILIPPINE
GUESTS II:25:1
HICKERSON, JOHN D. WITH PRES. \
CARLOS P. GARCIA ON BOARD THE
RPS LAPULAPU-LAPU AT PIER 3
(FEBRUARY 12, 1960) II:25:12
HICKERSON, JOHN D. WITH THE
AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS
COMMISSION AT MANILA AIRPORT
(1960) III:A13:24
HICKERSON, JOHN D. WITH THOMAS C.
KINKAID, PRES. CARLOS P. GARCIA
AND GEN. JACOB L. DEVERS, AT THE
MANILA CEMETERY AND MEMORIAL
CEREMONY (1960) III:A27
HICKERSON, JOHN D. WITH VICE
PRESIDENTS LYNDON B. JOHNSON
AND DIOSDADO MACAPAGAL, ET AL.
IN MANILA (1961) II:8:7
HICKERSON, JOHN DEWEY (U.S.
AMBASSADOR) I:167:8
HICKS, LOUIS DAY WITH FILIPINO
VETERANS (APRIL 1971) II:62II:62A:31
HIGH AERIAL OF PART OF JAP FLEET
DURING SECOND BATTLE OF PHIL.
SEA (OCTOBER 2, 1944) I:182:31
HIGH LEVEL ENTERTAINMENT (JIMMY
CARTER SHAKES HAND WITH A
STILTED PERFORMER IN LAGOS,
NIGERIA) II:11:30
HIGH SCHOOL CLASS WITH AMERICAN
TEACHER I:60:16I:60:16-18
HIGHLIGHTS IN THE LIFE OF FRANKLIN
DELANO ROOSEVELT (1914) II:4:2II:4:24
HIGHWAY BUILT BY THE U. S. PUBLIC ROADS
IN SAN FERNANDO, LA UNION (1950)
I:152:8
HILL 120 DULAG, LEYTE ( HISTORIC SITES)
SITES)
III:A9:48III:A9:48 -54, 5757- 64
HILL, ALVA J. (1939) I:174:2
HILLS OF EXCILE I:118I:118 -A:18
HIROSHIMA, JAPAN I:12:1I:12:1- 2
HISTORIC HOUSES, SITES, ETC. I:76:1I:76:1- 21;
III:A9:1III:A9:1- 66
HISTORICAL MARKERS I:77:4I:77:4-7
HODEL, DONALD (ENERGY SECRETARY, 198119811989) II:15:1
HODGSON , MARY I:164:30I:164:30- 31, 63
HODGSON, CASPER I:60:15; I:164:22, 3232- 35
HOFFMAN, E. G. (MRS.) I:116:14
HOGANSON, GERALD (MRS.) I:7:33
HOLBROOKE, RICHARD II:40:1II:40:1-4
HOLBROOKE, RICHARD WITH PRES.
FERDINAND E. MARCOS II:40:1II:40:1-4
HOLDEN, E. M. (LT., FIRST REGIMENT IDAHO
VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, 1898) III:A5:122,
131
HOLLIDAY (MR. & MRS.) I:7:35
HOMBRE DE GUERRA TOLOANO I:51:27
HOMELIFE AT CLARK (1928) III:A11:36
HOMEHOME - MADE CANNON CAPTURED BY THE
SPANISH I:158:17
HONG KONG STREET, FORT STOTSENBERG
I:70:22
HONG KONG, CANTON, YOKOHAMA (1880(18801900) III:A14:34III:A14:34- 54
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO. (AD) I:186:1
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS (1900(1900 -)
III:A3:161III:A3:161- 167
HOOD, HELEN I:66:10
HOOVER, HERBERT (U.S. PRESIDENT, 192919291933) II:1:29
HOOVER, LAWRENCE (MRS.) I:7:33
HOPEVALE CROSS I:118I:118- A:20
HOPKINS, FRANCES E. WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON, ET AL V:12:5
HORNE, FREDERICK JOSEPH (VICE ADM.)
I:169:60
HORSE AND CARITELA I:33:1; I:73:5;
I:106:15I:106:15- 17; I:134:16; I:136:4, 77 -8
HORSE SHOW AT POLO CLUB I:116:16I:116:16 -17
HOSPITAL (ISABELLA,
( ISABELLA, MINDANAO, 1900)
I:119I:119-A:25
HOSPITAL (U. S.) IN ISABELLA, MINDANAO
I:131:28
HOSPITAL CORPS I:131:2I:131:2-3
HOSPITAL CORPS (MANILA, 1898)
I:158:6, 28
HOSPITAL CORPS AND RED CROSS AT
WORK IN THE FIELD (1900(1900 - )
III:A3:65
HOSPITAL CORPS CARRYING THE DEAD
AND WOUNDED FROM THE
BATTLEFIELD (1900(1900-) III:A3:92
HOSPITAL RELIEF SHIP I:158:3, 38
HOTCHKISS GUN OF THE AMERICAN
ARMY AT MALOLOS (1899) I:132:1
HOTEL DE ORIENTE I:32:5I:32:5- 8; I:110:14I:110:1417
HOTEL GREAT EASTERN, MANILA (RUINS)
III:A8:20
HOTEL
HOTEL PINES AT BAGUIO (POSTCARD)
III:A22:76
HOUSE IN ILOILO-ILO I:134:32
HOUSE MOVING DAY (POSTCARD) I:142:9
HOUSE NEAR CINGALON (CAPTURED BY
MACARTHUR’S BRIGADE (AUGUST
13, 1898) III:A5:31
HOUSE OF SULTAN OF MEDIA I:52:1
HOUSES SHOWING THE SHELL WINDOWS
(MANILA) I:131:27
HOUSES USED AS REGIMENT
HEADQUARTERS (1898(1898- ) III:A5:7
HOWARD, ALEX I:66:11
HOWELL, A. I:116:13
HOWLAND, H. S. (MAJOR) I:137:39
HQ SERVICE, CLARK FIELD (1919(1919-1920)
III:A11:29
HUBBARD, JOAN I:5:59I:5:59- 63
HUBBARD, THOMAS
THOMAS C. I:5:59I:5:59-63; I:64I:64A:3
HUBBELL MONUMENT AT THE EMBASSY
GROUNDS I:78:1I:78:1- 8
HUBBELL MONUMENT AT THE U.S.
EMBASSY GROUNDS V:5:19V:5:19- 21
HUBBELL, GEORGE W. MONUMENT
I:78:1I:78:1- 8
HUGHES, EDITH I:70:32
HULA DANCERS, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:169
HULL, CORDELL (SECRETARY OF STATE,
1935) I:133:5I:133:5-6
HUMMEL, ARHTUR , KENNETH RUSH AND
AMB. WILLIAM H. SULLIVAN,
BRIEFING WITH PRES. FERDINAND
E. MARCOS AT MALACANANG II:30:8
HUMMON, JOHN (U.S. AID) I:166:43, 494950
HUMPHREY, HUBERT WITH JIMMY
JIMMY CARTER,
ET AL. II:11:22
HUMPREY, HUBERT (MRS.) WITH MRS.
NIXON, AGNEW, AND WALLACE II:9:26
HUNT, F. W. (LT., FIRST REGIMENT IDAHO
VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, 1898) III:A5:122,
131
TH
HUNTER, J. L. (CAPT., 10 PENNSYLVANIA
VOLUNTEER INFANTRY OFFICER, 1898)
III:A5:139
III:A5:139
HUNTING HIDDEN JAP SNIPERS ALONG
MANILA WATERFRONT I:107:21
HUNTING HIDDEN JAP SNIPERS ALONG
MANILA WATERFRONT (1945) V:2:13
HUSKING COCONUTS I:9:16
HUSSEIN I (KING OF JORDAN) WITH JIMMY
CARTER, AND THE SHAH OF IRAN II:11:25
HUTH, D. (1946) I:138:18
I: 138:18
HYDROPHIS SEMPERI I:73I:73- A:17A:17-18
[I]
I HAVE RETURNED PROCLAMATION OF
DOUGLAS MACARTHUR I:93:13
I:103:2I:103:2-4; I:110:4I:110:4 -5
ICA MISSION (1958) I:166:18I:166:18-19
ICA WELL (BO. HARING, CONSOLACION, CEBU,
1959) I:166:10
ICE PLANT, MANILA (1900(1900-) III:A6:6
IDAHO OFFICERS, BEYOND BINONDO (1898(1898-)
III:A5:23
IDAHO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.FIRST
REGIMENT, LINE OFFICERS (1898)
III:A5:122
ND
IDE, HENRY (JUDGE) WITH THE 2
PHILIPPINE COMMISSION I:132I:132 -A:2
IDE, HENRY C. I:72:10
IDE, HENRY C. (BUST) I:186:49
IFUGAO DANCE I:55:20
IFUGAO DANCERS CARRYING AMERICAN
FLAG I:55:20
IFUGAO FARM SCENES V:16:27V:16:27- 29
IFUGAO HUT V:16:2
IFUGAO RICE FIELDS V:16:26
IFUGAO RICE TERRACES V:16:23V:16:23- 27
IFUGAO SETTLEMENT AMONG THE TERRACES
V:16:24V:16:24-26
IFUGAOS (TRIBE) I:55:20; I:121:38I:121:38-39
IFUGAOS DANCING ROUND A SACRED IMAGE
I:55:20
IFUGAOS DUSTING BUA ROAD (BAGUIO)
I:121:39
IFUGAOS SWEEPING BUA ROAD (BAGUIO)
I:121:38
IGLESIA DE BINONDO (1880(1880 -1900)
19 00)
III:A14:11
IGLESIA DE LA COMPANIA DE JESUS
I:44:28
IGLESIA DE SANTA CRUZ (1880(1880- 1900)
III:A14:12
IGLESIA DE SANTO DOMINGO, MANILA
(1880(1880 -1900) III:A14:14
IGLESIA Y CONVENTO DE RECOLETOS
I:44:36
IGNACIO, ELIAS I:66:7, 23
IGOROT BOWMAN I:79:3
IGOROT
IGORO T BURIAL CAVE (BAGUIO) I:17:20I:17:2021
IGOROT CHILDREN I:79:2
IGOROT CLIMBING A TREE FERN,
BENGUET (1913) V:7:38
IGOROT DANCE V:15:21
IGOROT GIRLS (1914(1914-1916) III:A2
IGOROT LABORERS V:10:14
IGOROT SCOUT SOLDIERS I:130:61I:130:61-62
IGOROT SOLDIERS,
SOLDIERS, BENGUET (1900(1900-)
III:A6:69
IGOROT TURNS OVER SODS WITH A PAIR
OF POINTED STICKS INSTEAD OF
PLOWING (1913) V:7:32
IGOROT WARRIORS I:79:12
IGOROT WARRIORS, BAGUIO V:10:2
IGOROTE BELLES IN FULL DRESS (1900(1900 ) III:A3:16
IGOROTE BOY FROM
F ROM INTERIOR OF LUZON
I:79:8
IGOROTE CHIEF I:79:13
IGOROTE FIESTA, TOPSIDE (MAY 1907)
III:A17:1III:A17:1- 4
IGOROTE SAVAGES WHO FOUGHT WITH
BOWS AND ARROWS, CAPTURED
FEBRUARY 4, 1899 III:A3:67
IGOROTES AT BAGUIO MARKET I:79:6
IGOROTES BONTOC
BONTOC I:79:5
IGOROTES MAKING BASKETS (1914(1914 1916) III:A2
IGOROTES PREPARING A REPOST,
BENGUET (1900(1900-) III:A6:61
IGOROTES PREPARING DOG FOR CHOW
I:79:11
IGOROTS (POSTCARDS) I:79:1I:79:1-9
IGOROTS (TRIBE) I:79:1I:79:1- 38; I:121:48;
I:130:61I:130:61-62; III:A6:56, 5858- 66, 70, 94;
III:A7:12, 23, 2525- 26, 3030-33, 70, 72
IGOROTS (TRIBE) BAGUIO, BENGUET (1906(19061907) III:A17:18, 170
IGOROTS DANCING PARADE V:15:2
IGOROTS GATHERING (BAGUIO) I:121:48
IGOROTS PREPARING WILD PIG FOR FOOD
I:79:7
IGOROTS SELLING THEIR WARES V:15:12V:15:1213
IGOROTS
IGOROTS WATCHING COCKFIGHT I:79:4
IGOROTTE DANCE I:79:9I:79:9-10, 15
IGORROTE LABORERS, BAGUIO, BENGUET
(1906(1906 -1907) III:A17:18
IGORROTES JOINED THE TAGAL ARMY
(FEBRUARY 8, 1899) III:A5:73
IKE’S MEMOIRS IN OIL II:6:5
IKI, ADJARA WITH J. HESSELINK, ET AL
V:10:28
V:10: 28
ILOCANO WOMEN SMOKING TOBACCO V:10:1
ILOILO (POSTCARDS) I:80:1I:80:1 -3
ILOILO (PROVINCE) I:80:1I:80:1- 14
ILOILO HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL TEAM
(1909(1909-) I:160:2
ILOILO FARMERS (1912) V:7:18
ILOILO PROVINCIAL BUILDING I:80:3
ILOILO WHARF CONSTRUCTION I:80:14
IMPROVISED
IMPROV ISED OUTDOOR BARBER SHOP IN A
FILIPINO VILLAGE (1899) I:132:15
IN GRACEPARK? V:20:30
IN THE PHILIPPINES. BREAKWATER
AT MANILA (POSTCARD)
III:A22:126
IN THE PHILIPPINES. ILOILO RIVER
(POSTCARD) III:A22:113
III:A22: 113
IN THE PHILIPPINES. MAGELLAN’S
MAGELLAN’ S
MONUMENT (POSTCARD)
III:A22:103
IN THE PHILIPPINES. MORO
DATTOS AT ZAMBOANGA
(POSTCARD) III:A22:116
IN THE PHILIPPINES. SUR RENDER IN
ZAMBOANGA (POSTCARD) III:A21:1
IN THE PHILIPPINES. TAFT PARTY ON
BOARD THE “MANCHURIA’ (POSTCARD)
III:A21:2
INAUGURAL BALL FOR PRES. REAGAN IN
MANILA (JANUARY 1981) V:5:47
INAUGURATION OF THE PHILIPPINE
COMMONWEALTH (1935) I:133:1, 33- 4,
16-18
INAUGURATION OF WILSON HALL V:9:7
INCENDO DE LOS PANTALANES DE JOLO
I:119I:119- A:5
INDEPENDENCE DAY I:80I:80-A:1A:1-22;
I:138:1I:138:1 -12
INDEPENDENCE DAY (JULY 4, 1946)
I:138:1I:138:1 -12
INDEPENDENCE DAY AT LUNETA (JULY 4,
1946) V:2:30V:2:30- 31
INDIOS (1880(1880 -1900) III:A14:24, 26
INDIRA GHANDI WITH DANIEL P.
MOYNIHAN INDONAN (MINDANAO)
I:122:40I:122:40-41
INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT CENTER
(1967) I:166:8
INDUSTRIES I:81:1I:81:1- 9
INFANTRY BARRACKS, FORT
FORT
WILLIAM MCKINLEY (POSTCARDS)
III:A21:11
INGLES, JOSE D. WITH AMB. BLAIR,
SECRETARY
SE CRETARY RAMOS AND
UNDERSECTARY BISNAR (1966)
II:27:12
INNER MOAT WALLED CITY I:129:48
INSIDE OF THE MANILA POST OFFICE
(1898(1898 -) III:A5:33
INSIDE THE BARRACKS (1900(1900-) III:A3:64
INSPECTING SCHOOL HOUSE
CONSTRUCTION ON CAMIGUIN
ISLAND I:60:1
INSTRUMENT OF
OF SURRENDER
(JAPANESE DOCUMENT) I:88:33
INSULAR BUILDING (ESCOLTA) I:105:56
INSULAR COLD STORAGE PLANT.
MANILA (POSTCARD) III:A22:44
III:A22:44
INSULAR GOVERNMENT PRESENT
HEADQUARTERS (1913) V:7:65
INSULAR ICE PLANT, MANILA
MANIL A
( POSTCARD) III:A21:12;
III:A21:12; III:A22:45
INSULAR LIFE BUILDING (MANILA)
I:106:7
INSURGENT DEAD AT BATTLE OF SAN
FERNANDO (1900(1900-) III:A3:70
INSURGENT DEAD AT BATTLE OF SANTA
ANA (1900(1900-) III:A3:50
INSURGENT SOLDIERS BEING CLOTHED
IN NEW UNIFORMS ON INSPECTION
I:131:14
INSURGENT TRENCHES
TRENCHES NEAR PASAI
I:129:95
INSURGENTS OF PHILPHIL-AM WAR I:129:52I:129:52- 58,
6262- 65, 96, 99, 126; I:131:14, 2424-25
INSURGENTS OF SAMAR, SURRENDER
I:129:99
INSURGENTS SURRENDERING TO THE
AMERICAN ARMY I:131:11
INSURRECTOS OF PAMPANGA I:131:21
INTENDENCIA BUILDING,
BUILDING, MANILA
(POSTCARD) III:A22:41
III:A22: 41
INTERINTER -FAITH MEMORIAL SERVICE IN HONOR
OF FORMER PRES. DWIGHT D.
EISENHOWER (MARCH 31, 1969) II:62:6
INTERISLAND SHIPPING ON THE
PASIG RIVER, MANILA
(POSTCARD) III:A22:9
III:A22: 9
INTERIOR SPANISH FORT, MALABANG,
MINDANAO (POSTCARD) I:119I:119-A:21
INTERISLAND NAVIGATION AND PORT WORKS
I:140:18
INTERINTER -ISLAND POWER BOATS (JUNE(JUNE DECEMBER 1945) III:A10:30
INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL (CEBU) I:42:9
INTERNATIONAL COOPERATIVE
ADMINISTRATION (ICA) I:166:10, 1818 -19,
37
INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER
HARVESTER MACLEOD, INC.
I:114I:114- A:4
INTERNATIONAL MILITARY TRIBUNAL
I:138:17I:138:17-20
INTERNATIONAL STUDIO (MANILA) I:76:26
INTERNEES AT STO. TOMAS I:156:2I:156:2 -18, 212128
INTERNEES MEETING AT STO. TOMAS V:3:1
INTERNEES, SANTO TOMAS V:3:1, 99-12, 151522
INTERNMENT CAMP,
C AMP, UST, MANILA (CARTER
COLLECTION) V:3:1V:3:1-25
INTRAMUROS (1900(1900 -) III:A12:89, 118
INTRAMUROS (MANILA) – 19421942 -1945 I:83:1I:83:112; I:108:25
INTRAMUROS (MANILA) I:82:1I:82:1-58; I:105:45;
I:142:26
INTRAMUROS ENTRANCE GATE, MANILA
(1900(1900 -) III:A6:24III:A6:24-25, 29
INTRAMUROS GATE V:1:7, 12
INTRAMUROS GATE, MANILA (1900(1900 -)
III:A6:24III:A6:24-25, 29
INTRAMUROS RUINS I:108:27I:108:27 -28
INTRAMUROS SQUATTERS (WW II) V:2:9
INTRAMUROS, MANILA (1900(1900-) III:A6:23III:A6:2325, 29, 32; III:A5:97
INTRAMUROS,
INTRAMUROS, MANILA (1945) V:4:19
INTRAMUROS, MANILA (JUNE(JUNE -DECEMBER
1945) III:A10:13III:A10:13-16
INTRAMUROS, MANILA (POSTCARD)
I:142:26
INTRAMUROS, MANILA (POSTCARD)
V:1:12
INTRAMUROS, MANILA (PRE(PRE -WAR) V:1:1,
7, 12, 45
INTRAMUROS, MANILA (RUINS) III:A8:5,
III:A8:5,
2626-27
INVASION OF LUZON I:96:5
IPIL TREE GETTING READY TO SAW A
SAMPLE CUT (1913) V:7:53
IRANIAN OFFICIAL VISIT ACCFA (1958)
I:166:18I:166:18-19
IRON GRILLE PERIMETER FENCE
(BATAAN) III:A9:10
IRON SIGNAGE (BATAAN) III:A9: 14
IRON TABLETS
TABLETS WHERE HISTORICAL
EVENTS ARE INSCRIBED (BATAAN)
III:A9:8III:A9:8-9
IRRIGATION SYSTEM PROJECT
(PHILCUSA(PHILCUSA-FOA) I:166:5
IRVIS, JIM I:66:11
ISABEL GATE, INTRAMUROS, MANILA
(1900(1900-) III:A6:30
ISABELA II (STATUE), MALATE PLAZA
(1913)
(1913) V:7:77
ISABELA II GATE (1913) V:7:84
ISABEL II GATE AND WALL
W ALL AROUND
OLD MANILA (POSTCARD) III:A22:20
ISABELA, BASILAN ISLAND, SOUTH OF
ZAMBOANGA I:183:52
ISABELLA, MINDANAO (1900) I:143:15
ISERSON, LEONOR I:66:10
ISIDRO, SEVERO M. WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL
STAFF (NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
ISLA DE CUBA (SPANISH CRUISER)
I:26:10
ISLA DE CUBA (SPANISH CRUISER) SUNK
BY DEWEY AT CAVITE (MAY 1, 1898)
III:A5:87, 94
IVORY, GEORGE, ET. AL, AT THE
UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY CLUB (LATE 1930’S)
V:5:69V:5:69-70
IWAHIG AND DAVAO PENAL COLONY
I:84:1I:84:1- 23
IWAHIG PENAL COLONY I:7:26
IWAHIG PENAL COLONY RECREATION
HALL I:84:5
IWAHIG PENAL COLONY (POSTCARDS)
I:84:1I:84:1- 20;
20; III:A22:130
IWAHIG PENAL COLONY ADMINISTRATION
BUILDING
BUILDING I:84:1I:84:1-2
IWAHIG PENAL COLONY ATHLETIC MEET
I:84:15
IWAHIG PENAL COLONY BARRIO DORMITORY
I:84:8
IWAHIG PENAL COLONY COOPERATIVE STORE
I:84:11
IWAHIG PENAL COLONY FOREMEN’S
QUARTERS I:84: 7
IWAHIG PENAL COLONY GENERAL HOSPITAL
I:84:10
IWAHIG PENAL COLONY GENERAL SUPPLY
BODEGA I:84:6
IWAHIG PENAL COLONY HOG HOUSE I:84:12
IWAHIG PENAL COLONY HOSPITAL I:84:4
IWAHIG PENAL COLONY, ISLAND OF
PALAWAN (POSTCARD) III:A22:130
IWAHIG PENAL COLONY OFFICERS QUARTERS
I:84:3
IWAHIG PENAL COLONY RICE FIELDS
FIELDS I:84:18
IWAHIG PENAL COLONY ROAD CONSTRUCTION
DIVISION I:84:19
IWAHIG PENAL COLONY TELEPHONE CENTRAL
I:84:9
[J]
J. P. HEILBRONN CO. EMPLOYEES I:76:71I:76:71-72
J. P. HEILBRONN CO. EMPLOYEES WHO HAVE
RERE -ENTERED THEIR SERVICES I:66:23
J. P. HEILBRONN CO.
C O. OFFICE BUILDING
I:76:67
J. P. HEILBRONN COLLECTION (1914(1914-1916)
III:A2:1III:A2:1- 69
J. P. HEILBRONN COMPANY EMPLOYEES
I:66:23, 3131-33; I:76:27I:76:27-28
J.P. HEILBRONN’S HOUSE IN MANILA V:5:2
JACK H. TAYLOR COLLECTION (1928)
III:A7:1III:A7:1- 72
JACKSON, ANDREW (U.S. PRESIDENT,
PR ESIDENT, 182918291837) II:1:6
JACOBS, JOSEPH (1936) I:137:57
JAMES, LUCY I:66:10
JANANG, PANGLIMA WITH J. HESSELINK,
ET AL.
AL. V:10:28
JANDA, MARIE I:7:22
JAP IGNITED FLAMES DEVOUR BUILDINGS
ALONG PASIG RIVER I:107:11
I:107: 11
JAP BATTLESHIP OF FUSC CLASS UNDER
ATTACK BY USS ENTERPRISE AIR
GROUP AT SULU SEA (OCTOBER 24,
1944) I:120:1
JAP
JAP BATTLESHIP YAMATO CLASS UNDER
ATTACK AT SIBUYAN SEA I:120:11
JAP BAYONET WOUNDS ON ONLY
SURVIVORS OF A FAMILY I:85:8
JAP CRUISER DODGES NAVY PLANE
ATTACKS IN VAIN I:182:5
JAP FREIGHTERS CAUGHT IN SHOWER IN
MANILA BAY I:107:1I:107:1- 2
JAP PLANTED TNT DESTROYED
DOWNTOWN SECTION I:108:13
JAP SHIPS BURNING IN MANILA BAY
AFTER SURPRISE
SURPRISE ATTACK BY V. ADM.
MARE MITSCHER’S CARRIER
I:107:31
JAP SHIPS ON THE BOTTOM OF MANILA
BAY I:107:7I:107:7-8
JAP SNIPER NEST, SLAIN BY YANKS
I:93:5
JAPAN SCENES (1900(1900-) III:A7:44, 52,
56, 62
JAPANESE “ZERO” MOUNTED IN FRONT
FRONT
OF CLARK AIR BASE OPERATIONS
(JULY 1946) III:A11:57
JAPANESE ATROCITIES I:83:7I:83:7-11;
I:85:1I:85:1-33
JAPANESE ATROCITIES FOUND IN
INTRAMUROS I:83:7I:83:7- 11; I:85:29I:85:29- 32
JAPANESE BEHEADING A FILIPINO
I:85:1I:85:1-3
JAPANESE BONES GATHERED
GAT HERED ON A
CREMATORY ALTAR I:86:2I:86:2-8
JAPANESE CASUALTIES I:107:14
JAPANESE CASUALTIES ON CORREGIDOR
I:49:16
JAPANESE ENEMY ON LUZON I:170:13
JAPANESE ESCORTING U.S. SURRENDER
PARTY INCLUDING THE CAVALRY
COMMANDER I:182:51
JAPANESE FLAG I:83:12; I:87:1I:87:1-2
JAPANESE FORCES LAND IN SIX POINTS
IN LUZON I:182:9
JAPANESE FORTIFICATIONS I:170:17
JAPANESE GONE, FILIPINOS RETURN TO
THEIR HOMES I:95:15I:95:15 -16
JAPANESE INVASION OF CORREGIDOR
I:49:37I:49:37 -38
JAPANESE KEMBU GROUP REMAINS
I:86:1
I:86:1:1- 13
JAPANESE LABORER BETWEEN CAMPS,
BAGUIO V:7:124
JAPANESE MIDDIES LANDING AT OLONGAPO
(POSTCARD) I:162:26
JAPANESE OCCUPATION I:87:1I:87:1-12
JAPANESE PLANES AND HANGARS AT CLARK
FIELD AFTER BOMBING BY AAF (1944)
III:A11:51
JAPANESE RICKSHAW AND COOLIE IN
IN MANILA
I:105:36
JAPANESE SHIPPING IN MANILA BAY
(NOVEMBER 1944) I:107:35
JAPANESE SHRINE (DULAG, LEYTE)
III:A9:61III:A9:61 -62
JAPANESE STRONG POINT, MANILA (RUINS)
III:A8:42
JAPANESE SURRENDER I:88:1I:88:1-33
JAPANESE SURRENDER (APRIL 28, 1935) AT
KIANGAN, NORTHERN
NORTHERN LUZON I:88:6
JAPANESE SURRENDER IN BAGUIO
(SEPTEMBER 3, 1945) I:88:7I:88:7-11, 1313- 25,
32
JAPANESE SURRENDER ABOARD THE USS
“MISSOURI (SEPTEMBER 1945) I:88:26I:88:2630
JAPANESE TROOPS LAND ON CORREGIDOR
I:49:37I:49:37 -38
JAPANESE WARSHIPS AT OLONGAPO
(POSTCARD) I:162:27
I: 162:27
JAPANESE WORKING AT THE TUNNEL ON
CORREGIDOR I:49:69
JAPS BEHEADING A FILIPINO I:85:1I:85:1- 3
JARANILLA, DELFIN (JUSTICE) I:138:17, 20
JARANILLA, SOFIA (1947) I:138:19
JARO CHURCH (ILOILO) I:44:9I:44:9-11
JARO MARKET I:80:1
JENISTA, FRANK I:5:57
JENISTA, FRANK L. PHOTO ALBUM
(DONATION) III:A11:1III:A11:1-68
JESUIT CHURCH I:44:26I:44:26- 28
JESUIT CHURCH, MANILA (1880(1880 -1900)
III:A14:29
JESUIT SCHOOL SCHOLARS I:60:8
JESUIT VILLA (BAGUIO) 1:17:281:17:28 -29
JETKINS, ROY WITH JIMMY CARTER IN
BRUSSELS
BRUSSELS II:11:38
JIM BLACK COLLECTION (CORREGIDOR)
V:11:1V:11:1-43
JIMENEZ, NICANOR T. (COL.) RECEIVING
AWARD BY AMB. AMB. RAYMOND A.
SPRUANCE II:21:1
JIMENEZ, REGINALD I:66:11
JIMMY CARTER IN LIBERIA
LIBERIA WITH PRES.
WILLIAM TOLBERT II:11:28
JIMMY CARTER WITH WALTER MONDALE
II:11:55II:11:55-58
JISON, ARSENIO II:74:46
JOE SMOKING PIPE I:7:41
JOHANSON, PERRY B. I:50:1
JOHN L. MANNING COLLECTION (1942)
III:A4:1III:A4:1- 22
JOHN OSBORN’S LACE TREE (BAGUIO
COUNTRY CLUB)
CLUB) I:121:40
JOHN XXIII, POPE, WITH VICE PRES. AND
MRS. EMMANUEL PELAEZ AT
VATICAN CITY II:73II:73-A:6
JOHNSON ADMINISTRATION (1963(1963 1968) II:8:4
JOHNSON, ANDREW (U.S. PRESIDENT,
18651865-1869) II:1:16; II:8:1II:8:1- 19
JOHNSON, CLAUDIA T. (LADY BIRD) WITH
VICE PRES. LYNDON B. JOHNSON IN
MANILA (1961) II:8:14II:8:14-16
JOHNSON, CLAUDIA WITH ROSALYNN
CARTER AND ELIZABETH FORD
II:11:13
JOHNSON, FINDLY I:7:42
JOHNSON, LYNDON B. – VISIT TO THE
PHILIPPINES, 1966 II:8:18
JOHNSON, LYNDON B. -- VISIT TO THE
PHILIPPINES, 1961 II:8:5
II:8:5:8:5-16
JOHNSON, LYNDON B. (MRS.) IN MANILA
(1961) II:8:14II:8:14- 16
JOHNSON, LYNDON B. (U.S. PRESIDENT,
19631963-1968) II:1:34
JOHNSON, LYNDON B. ACCEPTS A
BRONZE BUST OF THE LATE
ELEONOR ROOSEVELT BY ITALIANITALIANBORN SCULPTOR PIETRO LAZZARI
II:8:1
JOHNSON, LYNDON B. ACCOMPANIED BY
SECRETARY FELIXBERTO SERRANO
AND GEN. MANEUL F. CABAL IN
MANILA (1961) II:8:6
JOHNSON, LYNDON B. AND HIS CABINET
AT THE WHITE HOUSE II:8:4
JOHNSON, LYNDON B. AND MRS.
JOHNSON WAVE FAREWELL AT THE
MANILA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
( 1961) II:8:16
JOHNSON, LYNDON B. AND PRES.
CARLOS P. GARCIA EXCHANGE
VIEWS IN MALACANANG PALACE
(1961) II:8:14
JOHNSON, LYNDON B. CRACKS A JOKE AS HE
TRIES THE GAVEL HE USED AT A JOINT
SESSION OF THE PHILIPPINE CONGRESS
(1961) II:8:12
JOHNSON, LYNDON B. DELIVERS ADDRESS
AFTER ACCEPTING AN HONORARY
DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF LAWS FROM THE
STATE UNIVERSITY (1961) II:8:5
JOHNSON, LYNDON B. GREETS COL. DIZON
II:8:17
JOHNSON, LYNDON B. IN MANILA (MAY 1961)
II:8:14II:8:14- 16
JOHNSON, LYNDON B. IS WELCOMED BY VICE
PRES. DIOSDADO MACAPAGAL IN MANILA
(1961) II:8:7
JOHNSON, LYNDON B. LISTENS INTENTLY AS
PRES. CARLOS P. GARCIA EXPLAINS A
POINT IN MALACANG PALACE (1961)
II:8:13
JOHNSON, LYNDON B. POSES WITH
MEMBERS OF THE PHILIPPINE SENATE
(1961) II:8:11
JOHNSON, LYNDON B. RECEIVED SYMBOLIC
KEY TO MANILA FROM MANILA MAYOR
ANTONIO VILLEGAS (1961) II:8:9
JOHNSON, LYNDON B. WELCOMED BY PRES.
CARLOS P. GARCIA AT MALACANANG
PALACE (1961) II:8:8
JOHNSON, LYNDON B. WITH GEN. WILLIAM
WESTMORELAND II:8:3
JOHNSON, LYNDON B. WITH PRES.
PRES. AND MRS.
DIOSDADO P. MACAPAGAL AT THE WHITE
HOUSE II:71:2
JOHNSON, LYNDON B. WITH PRES. AND MRS.
MARCOS, AND WILLIAM BLAIR (1966)
II:8:18
JOHNSON, LYNDON B. WITH PRES. JOHN F.
KENNEDY AND RICHARD M. NIXON
(JANUARY 1961) II:9:27
JOHNSON, LYNDON B. WITH
W ITH REV. DR. LUTHER
KING II:8:2
JOHNSON, LYNDON B. WITH SEC.
FELIXBERTO SERRANO IN MANILA (1961)
II:8:10
JOHNSON, LYNDON B. WITH VICE PRES.
EMMANUEL PELAEZ AND GOV. LUIS
MUNOZ MARIN AT THE CONFERENCE ON
HUMAN SKILLS HELD IN SAN JUAN,
PUERTO RICO II:73II:73 - A:14A:14-15
JOHNSON, RAY G. (ICA MISSION IN IRAN)
I:166:18I:166:18-19
JOHNSON, THOMAS E. I:166:47I:166:47-48
JOHNSTON, GORDON (COL.) I:122:4;
I:180:119I:180:119- 120
JOHNSTON,
JOHNSTO N, GORDON AND GEN. FRANK
MCCOY AT MALACANANG (MAY 4,
1921) I:180:119I:180:119 -120
JOINT PREPARATORY COMMITTEE ON
PHILIPPINE AFFAIRS (MAY 20,
1936) I:137:57
JOLO (MINDANAO) I:122:29I:122:29 -30; I:159:56
JOLO (SULU) I:119I:119 -A:1A:1-5, 32; I:122:58,
60, 75
JOLO HEADQUARTERS OF THE U.S. ARMY
(POSTCARD) III:A22:123
III:A22: 123
JOLO ISLAND (SULU) I:122:75
JOLO STREET SCENE (1909) V:14:36
JOLO, COCONUT PALM DRIVE (1906(1906 1907) III:A16:25
JOLO, SULU (POSTCARDS) I:119I:119-A:3A:3 -5
JOLO, SULU (SKETCH, 1876) I:119I:119-A:28
JOLO, SULU SCENE III:A6:43
JOLO, SULU SCENES (1913) V:7:52, 545455
JOLO, SULU SCENES (1906(1906 -1907)
III:A16:31III:A16:31 -32, 3636-37, 4040 -46, 56
JOLOANOS MOROS SAWING TEAK
SAMPLE, ISLAND OF JOLO (1913)
V:7:52
JOLOANOSJOLOANOS- SAMAL MOROS SAWING OUT
WOOD SAMPLE
SA MPLE (1913) V:7:54
JONES BRIDGE V:1:15
JONES BRIDGE (1931(1931- 1935) I:128:13I:128:13 17
JONES BRIDGE (MANILA) I:36:1; I:36I:36 A:6; I:128:13I:128:13-17
JONES BRIDGE VIEWED ON PASIG RIVER
I:128:7
JONES BRIDGE, MANILA (RUINS)
I:108:39, 44
JONES BRIDGE/PASIG RIVER SCENE
(POST(POST-WAR) V:4:36
JONES, ALBERT (MAJ. GEN.) I:169:22I:169:22-24
JONES, ELIZABETH I:66:10
JONES, GEORGE (COL.) COMMANDING
RD
OFFICER OF THE 503 PARACHUTE
REGIMENTAL COMBAT TEAM LEAD
THE ASSAULT ON CORREGIDOR
(FEBRUARY 16 - MAR 9, 1945)
1945)
V:11:42
JONES, J. WELDON I:116:14
JONES, JOHN PAUL I:66:11
JONES, WELDON, ET AL. AT AN ARMY
LUNCHEON (1937) V:5:67
JONES, WILLIAM I:66:11
JOPLING, DANIEL W. (CAPT.) I:138:21
JOSE AND MORENO AND CALESA (1906(19061907) III:A16:11
III:A16: 11
JOSE HERNANDEZ MEMORIAL , HOSPITAL
STAFF AND NURSES I:118I:118- A:16A:16-17
JOSE HERNANDEZ MEMORIAL ANNEX I:118I:118A:12, 1616- 17
JOYOUS FILIPINOS SWARM OVER LUZON’S
BEACHES (1941) III:A11:45
JU AOAO- MEI (1947) I:138:19
JUAN LUNA STREET (MANILA) I:106:5
JUHL, IRV (WAYNE
(W AYNE ENGINEERING) I:114I:114 -A:14
JULIANA APARTMENTS (RUINS) I:114I:114 -A:5
JULY 4 CELEBRATION (LUNETA, 1900)
I:129:69I:129:69-71
JUMAH (LT.), COMMANDING OFFICER OF CO.
ST
1. 1 INFANTRY REGIMENT I:182:53
JUNGLE PATROL (LUZON) I:182:65
JURADO, EMIL WITH SEN. JAMES L. BUCKLEY
BUCKLEY
AND RONALD PALMER AT THE MANILA
OVERSEAS PRESS CLUB CONFERENCE
II:37:3
TH
RD
JUSMAG – 25 AND 33 ANNIVERSARY
I:89:1I:89:1- 11
TH
JUSMAG 25 ANNIVERSARY I:89:1I:89:1-5
RD
JUSMAG 33 ANNIVERSARY I:89:6I:89:6-11
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KAATOAN (BUKIDNON) I:37:21
KABASALAN RIVER (ZAMBOANGA) I:183:63
KALATUNGAN MOUNTAINS (BUKIDNON)
I:37:23
KALILANGAN (BUKIDNON) I:37:6I:37:6- 9
KALINGA MAN PLAYING MUSICAL
INSTRUMENT I:79:34
KALINGA TATTOOED WOMAN I:79:18
KALINGA WOMAN POUNDING RICE I:79:34
KALINGA WOMEN V:15:7
KALINGA WOMEN – TATTOOING V:15:23V:15:23-2 5
KALINGAN TATTOOED MEN I:54:15
KALINGAS (TRIBE) I:54:15I:54:15- 30
KALTENBORN, H. V. I:161:9I:161:9 -11
KALTENBORN, H. V. (MRS.) I:161:9I:161:9- 11
KAMADA, TAKEJIRO (ST. LUKE’S HOSPITAL
JAPANESE MEDICAL DIRECTOR DURING
WAR) I:150:90
KANGLEON REPORTS TO GEN. MACARTHUR
I:99:13; I:182:50
KANGLEON, RUPERTO (COL.) I:99:13;
I:182:50
KAPALONG (DAVAO) I:56:1I:56:1 - 2
KARAGUMOY MAT I:81:6
KASILAG, LUCRESIA II:74:5
KATANGLAD MOUNTAINS (BUKIDNON)
I:37:4I:37:4- 5, 14, 1717- 18
KATIGBAK, ALBERTO II:74:47
KATIGBAK, ALBERTO
ALBERTO AND WILLIAM C.
HAMILTON WELCOMED AMB. WILIAM
H. SULLIVAN AT THE MANILA
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (AUGUST
1, 1973) II:30:4
KATIGBAK, ALBERTO WITH AMB. C.
MENNEN WILLIAMS (JULY 17, 1968)
II:28:4
KATO, KYOTAKA I:86:9
KAZEMI, MOHAMAD (IRANIAN
AGRICULTURAL
AGRICULTURA L AFFAIRS
DIRECTOR) I:166:18I:166:18- 19
KEEPING THE COUNTRY’S HOPE ALIVE
I:182I:182- A:12
RD
KEETH, M. C. (LT., 23 U.S. INFANTRY
OFFICER, 1898) III:A5:118
TH
KELLAR, CHARLES (MAJ., 18 U.S.
INFANTRY OFFICER, 1898)
III:A5:113
KELLY, GEORGE WITH LEONARD
DAWSON, ET AL AT S. S. BURNET
(1943) V:12:1
KELLY, OAKLEY G. (LT.) AT CLARK FIELD
(1920) III:A11:23III:A11:23- 24
KELLY, SAMUEL G. I:50:1
KEMP, JACK II:61:16
KENNEDY SISTERS (1960) II:7:9
KENNEDY, CAROLINE WITH HER
MOTHER AND BROTHER AT
GRAVESITE (MAY 29, 1964) II:7:5
KENNEDY,
KENNEDY, JACQUELINE B. AT GRAVESITE
II:7:4II:7:4-5
KENNEDY, JOHN F. (U.S. PRESIDENT,
19611961-1963) II:1:33; II:7:1II:7:1- 9
KENNEDY, JOHN F. , JR. IS CHRISTENED
II:7:3
KENNEDY, JOHN F. WITH RICHARD M.
NIXON AND VICE PRES. LYNDON B.
JOHNSON (JANUARY 1961) II:9:27
KENNEDY, JOHN
JOHN F. WITH VICE PRES.
EMMANUEL PELAEZ AT THE WHITE
HOUSE (JUNE 26, 1962) II:73II:73-A:2
KENNEDY, JOHN F., JR. WITH HIS
MOTHER AND SISTER AT GRAVESITE
(MAY 29, 1964) II:7:5
KENNEDY, JOSEPH P. (FATHER OF U.S.
PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY) II:7:1
KENNEY, GEORGE C. I:99:4
KENNON ROAD BRIDGE I:121:41
KENNON, L. W. V. (COL.) ERECTED AN ARCH,
BAGUIO (1904) V:7:121
KENNON, LYMAN W. V. I:17:39
KERR, ROBERT WITH LEONARD G. DAWSON,
ET AL AT S. S. BURNET (1943) V:12:1
KESSEL, KATY I:66:10
KESSELL, RICHARD I:66:11
KHADJEH
KHADJEHDJEH-NOURI, HOSSEIN (MANAGING
DIRECTOR OF AN IRANIAN AGRICULTURAL
BANK) I:166:18I:166:18 -19
KHALID IBN ABD ALAL-AZIZ AL SAUD (KING OF
SAUDI ARABIA) WITH JIMMY CARTER AND
PRINCE FAHD II:11:24
KHAN, MUHAMMAD ZAFRULLA (PAKISTAN,
SEATO, 1954) I:157:1
KIDANGUIN RIVER (BUKIDNON) I:37:8
KIDAPAWAN (COTABATO) I:52:11
KIHARA, ZITARO I:87:3
KILBOURNE, E. E. (LT., SIGNAL CORPS. FIRST
COMPANY, 1898) III:A5:119
KILIKILI PLAIN (BUKIDNON) I:37:6
KILOMETER 8 (BAGUIO) 1:16:21
KILOMETER MARKER SIGNS (BATAAN)
III:A9:7, 12
KIMBROUGH,
KIMB ROUGH, FRANKLIN (LT. COL.) I:137:72
KIMMEL, E. (LT.) WITH A.A.S. G. W. MATHEWS,
RD
ET AL (3 U.S. ARTILLERY OFFICERS,
18981898-) III:A5:13
KING HUSSEIN OF JORDAN WITH JIMMY
CARTER AND THE SHAH OF IRAN II:11:25
KING KAMEHAMEHAI, (STATUE) HONOLULU
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:166
III: A3:166
KING KHALID OF SAUDI ARABIA WITH JIMMY
CARTER AND PRINCE FAHD II:11:24
KING, CHARLES (BRIG. GEN.) WITH HIS
STAFF RECEIVING TWO TAGAL
COMMISSIONERS (FEBRUARY 8, 1899)
III:A5:72
KING, CORETTA SCOTT WITH JIMMY CARTER
(FEBRUARY 1974) II:11:20
KING,
KING, EDWARD (MAJ. GEN.) I:169:44I:169:44-46
KING, ERNEST J. (ADM.) I:169:64
KING, LUTHER WITH LYNDON B. JOHNSON
II:8:2
KING, MARTIN LUTHER (PORTRAIT) II:11:20
KING, MARTIN LUTHER, SR. II:61:6
KINKAID, THOMAS C. (ADM.) INTRODUCES
SPEAKERS AT THE MANILA
MANILA
CEMETERY AND MEMORIAL
CEREMONY (1960) III:A13:28
KINKAID, THOMAS C. (ADM.) WITH GEN.
JACOB L. DEVERS, ET AL AT THE
MANILA CEMETERY AND MEMORIAL
CEREMONY (1960) III:A13:27
KINKAID, THOMAS C. (ADM.) WITH THE
AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS
COMMISSION AT MANILA
MANILA AIRPORT
(1960) III:A13:24
KIP MOORE COLLECTION V:15V:15- 22
KIRAM II, JAMALUL, SULTAN I:122:50
KIRK, ALLAN G. (ADM.) I:169:63
KIRTLEY J. GREGG MEMORIAL
(DECEMBER 1901 – APRIL 1942)
III:A11:43
KISSINGER, HENRY A. I:69:4I:69:4 -8
KISSINGER, HENRY A. WITH PRES.
RICHARD M. NIXON AND BOGDAN
CRNOBRNJA II:9:21
KISSINGER, HENRY WITH CHAIRMAN
MAO TSETSE - TUNG II:61:7
KITCHEN (JOLO) I:119I:119-A:2
KITONGAN (DEATH OF A WARRIOR
V:15:28
KITONGAN (LAST OF THE HEADHUNTERS)
I:79:22I:79:22 -23, 2828-32, 3737- 38
KITONGAN’S WAKE I:79:22
KITTELE (ADM.) I:11:17
KNAPSACKS I:77:13I:77:13- 16
KNEEBONE, EUGENE I:5:23I:5:23- 32
KNEEBONE, TERENCE I:5:23I:5:23 -32
KNIGHT, PAGE I:53:2, 6
KNOX CATHEDRAL, ISAAC PERIL ST.,
MANILA (RUINS) I:108:8
TH
KOCHLER, BENJAMIN M. (LT., 6 U.S.
ARTILLERY) (1898(1898-) III:A5:108
KODAK PHILIPPINES OFFICE V:9:87V:9:87-112
KORPAL, EUGENE S. I:89:6, 9
KORPAL, EUGENE S. (MRS.) I:89:10I:89:10- 11
KREPS, JUANITA (COMMERCE
SECRETARY, 19771977 -1981) II:14:17
KRIEGEL, DICK I:166:56
KRISTOS (COCKFIGHT) V:18:40V:18:40-57;
V:19:90
KRUEGER, WALTER (GEN.)
(GEN.) I:169:47I:169:47 -48
KRUEGER, WALTER (GEN.) ADDRESS AT
THE MANILA CEMETERY AND
MEMORIAL CEREMONY (1960)
III:A13:31
KRUEGER, WALTER (GEN.) WITH THE
AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS
COMMISSION AT MANILA AIRPORT (1960)
III:A13:24
KRUEGER, WALTER (LT. GEN.) I:96:2; I:99:4
I:99:4
KUENTZLER, HANS I:76:65
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LA CAPITANIA DEL PUERTO RIO PASIG (1880(18801900) III:A14:6
LA CARINDERIA (COCINERA FILIPINA) I:136:9
LA CARLOTA CHURCH (NEGROS OCCIDENTAL)
I:44:2
LA CARLOTA EXPERIMENT STATION, NEGROS
OCCIDENTAL (1913) V:7:25V:7:25 -27
LA CHAMBRE,
CHAMBRE, GUY (FRANCE, SEATO, 1954)
I:157:1
LA DIEZ/KRISTOS V:18:40V:18:40- 57; V:19:90
LA ESCOLTA – MAIN SHOPPING STREET V:1:2
LA GIRALDA, MANILA (1880(1880 - 1900) III:A14:2
LA INDEPENDENCIA STAFF I:65:8I:65:8-9
LA INSULAR (MANILA) I:110:14I:110:14-17
LA QUINTA MARKET, (REAR
(REAR OF) MANILA
(POSTCARD) III:A22:24
III:A22: 24
LA TRINIDAD COCKPIT V:19:14
LACSAMANA, J. I:66:23
LACSON, ARSENIO I:11:29I:11:29- 30; I:69:1
LADERA, BASTIANO I:66:33
LADIES IN HORSE AND CART I:134:16
LADIES’ SEMINARY, ZAMBOANGA (1900(1900 -)
III:A3:109
LAFAYETTE, MARQUIS DE, VISITING GEORGE
WASHINGTON AT MT. VERNON, VIRGINIA
(PAINTING) II:2:1II:2:1-2
LAGDAMEO, ERNESTO V. AND JOHN A. VOLPE
II:74:49
LAGDAMEO, ERNESTO V. WITH VICE PRES.
SPIRO AGNEW, ET AL . II:74:48
LAGUNA (PROVINCE) I:143:6I:143:6-10
LAGUNA DE BAY (1938) I:75:1
LAGUNA HIGH SCHOOL (JUNE(JUNE -DECEMBER
1945) III:A10:25
LAGUNA PROVINCE RIBBED BASKETS (1913)
V:7:6
LAGUNA, PUENTE CAPRICIO (1880(1880 -1900)
III:A14:23
LAKE TAAL I:73I:73 -A:5
LANAO (PROVINCE) I:90:1I:90:1 - 7
LANAO RIDGE I:37:7
LANCE, BERT (DIRECTOR OF
MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET,
B UDGET, 197719771981) II:14:18II:14:18-19
LAND REGISTRATION COMMISSION
I:166:27
LANDING AT CORREGIDOR
CORREGIDOR
(POSTCARD) III:A22:97
III:A22: 97
LANDING AT DUMAGUETE,
DUMAGUETE , NEGROS
(POSTCARD) III:A22:109
LANDING AT ZAMBOANGA, MINDANAO
I:120:16
LANDING BARGES RUSH MEN SHORE AS
U.S. AND JAPANESE PLANES DUEL
OVERHEAD I:93:23
LANDING BY PARACHUTE ON
CORREGIDOR I:49:9
LANDING CRAFT APPROACH BEACH
OPPOSITE LINGAYEN I:96:1
LANDING SUPPLIES FOR U. S. AIRFORCE
(1950) I:172:85
LANDMARKS III:A9:1III:A9:1 -64
LANE, GERARD M. WITH MARSH
THOMSON,
THOMSON, ET AL V:9:15
LANGE, HAROLD I:5:34, 4545 - 52; I:6:5I:6:5- 10
LANGHORNE, GEORGE (1907) I:163:5
LANTAKA AT U. S. EMBASSY I:172:39I:172:39-54
LAPHAM, JOHN I:116:10, 13
LAPITAN POINT (LANAO) I:90:6
LAPULAPU MONUMENT, MACTAN ISLAND
(DECEMBER 1954) V:5:4
LARSON,
LARSON, WILLIAM C. I:166:47I:166:47- 48
LASANG (DAVAO) I:56:3I:56:3-4
LAST PICTURE OF SALUTE I:129:82
LAST REVIEW OF AGUINALDO’S ARMY
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:87
LAUAN STUMP 13 FEET HIGH (1913)
V:7:50
LAUIS LEDGE, CEBU (1913) V:7:128
LAUREL, JOSE B., JR. WITH PRES.
MAGSAYSAY AND EULOGIO
RODRIGUEZ (JANUARY 1954) II:69:3
LAURITSEN TEA (1940) I:66:36
LAVA, HORACIO II:74:50
LAVALAVA-BALTAZAR FAMILY I:65:5I:65:5-6
LAWITAN (ZAMBOANGA) I:183:15
LAWLEY, WILIAM R. (MRS.) I:7:33
LAWTON MEMORIAL I:91:1I:91:1- 10
LAWTON MONUMENT
MONUMEN T I:7:13
LAWTON MONUMENT (PHOTO DONATED
BY T. H. PRICE) I:91:1
LAWTON MONUMENT (QUEZON CITY)
I:91:7
LAWTON MONUMENT LOCATION PLAN
(PHOTOGRAPH BY LAUREANO RAMOS)
I:91:5
LAWTON, HENRY W. (MONUMENT) I:91:1I:91:1- 10
LAWTON’S FUNERAL I:129:66
LAXALT, PAUL (SENATOR,
(SENATOR, NEVADA) II:61:8
LAZARO, ALEX AND LEO POLARES AT LATUAN
V:10:56
LAZARO, PILAR (1928) I:118I:118-A:7
LAZELLE, H. C. (LT.), GRAVE OF, AT CAVITE
(1898(1898 -) III:A5:134
LCM CARRIES TROOPS UP MINDANAO RIVER
TO FORT PIKIT I:120:8
LEAVEY, EDMOND H. I:88:19I:88:19 -22
LEAVEY,
LE AVEY, EDMOND H. AND OTHER OFFICERS
WHO RECEIVED JAPANESE SURRENDER
(SEPTEMBER 3, 1945) I:88:31
LEAVING THE PRESIDIO, SAN FRANCISCO FOR
MANILA (1900(1900-) III:A3:113
LECHON (ROAST PIG) I:105:10
LEE (GEN.) I:53:5
LEE, DOROTHY I:66:10
LEE, MAURICE (U.S. EMBASSY
E MBASSY COUNSELOR
FOR PUBLIC AFFAIRS) RECEIVED THE
ANVIL AWARD FROM JUSTICE CLAUDIO
TEEHANKEE (FEBRUARY 22, 1974)
II:75:67
LEGARDA (MRS. B. F.) I:66:21
LEGASPI AND URDANETA MONUMENT NEAR
LUNETA (1913) V:7:67
LEGASPI GARDEN AND PIER 7 (POSTCARD)
I:140:8
LEGASPI LANDING (MANILA) I:105:3
LEGASPI MONUMENT (MANILA) I:105:34
LEGASPI MONUMENT, MANILA (1900(1900 -)
III:A6:31
LEGASPI MONUMENT, MANILA (POSTCARD)
I:111:18
LEGASPI PORT LIGHT (1913) V:7:129
LEGISLATIVE BUILDING I:36I:36 -A:11A:11- 12
LEGISLATIVE BUILDING (MANILA,
(MANILA, PREPRE -WAR)
V:1:43V:1:43-44
LEGISLATIVE BUILDING (RUINS) I:108:1, 313132, 45
LEGISLATIVE BUILDING, MANILA (1945)
V:2:24
LEGISLATIVE BUILDING, MANILA (JUNE(JUNE DECEMBER 1945) III:A10:7III:A10:7 -8, 11
LEGISLATIVE BUILDING, MANILA (RUINS)
III:A8:18, 35
LEGISLATIVE STRATEGY (JIMMY CARTER
AND DEMOCRATIC PARTY
CONGRESSIONAL LEADERS)
II:11:22
LEHRBAS, L. N. (COL.) I:96:3
LEILAND, FALLON WITH CONRADO
ESTRELLA AND RAY PACHECO
(1968) I:166:15
LEONARD G. DAWSON COLLECTION
III:A14:1III:A14:1 -54
LEONHARDT, ARNO I:66:33
LEONHARDY, TERRENCE G. (VICE
CONSUL) WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON, ET AL.
AL. V:12:5
LEPER COLONY WHERE WILL REACH TIDE
WATER ON HALSEY BAY (1913)
V:7:46
LEPER COLONY, CULION ISLAND (1913)
V:7:117
LEPERS (NEAR CEBU) I:159:6
LETRAN BUILDING, MANILA (JUNE(JUNE DECEMBER 1945)
19 45) III:A10:6
LETRAN COLLEGE (RUINS) I:182I:182-A:3
LEVISTE, J. ANTONIO I:166:43
LEWIS, ANDREW L. (SECRETARY OF
TRANSPORTATION, 19811981 -1989)
II:15:21
LEWIS, GWEN I:76:10
LEWIS, JOE (CEREMONIES IN HIS
HONOR) I:185:28
LEWIS, RALPH I:76:34
LEYTE (PROVINCE) – 1945 I:93:1I:93:1-29
LEYTE (PROVINCE) – PREPRE -WAR I:92:1I:92:1- 5
LEYTE CAPITOL BUILDING I:93:7
LEYTE DESTRUCTION I:93:1I:93:1 -6
LEYTE HISTORIC SITES III:A9:43III:A9:43- 64
LEYTE LANDING – OCTOBER 1944 I:94:1I:94:1 10
ND
LEYTE LANDING 22 ANNIVERSARY
(OCTOBER 20, 1966) II:76:1II:76:1-5
TH
LEYTE LANDING
LANDING 24 ANNIVERSARY
(OCTOBER 20, 1968) II:76:6II:76:6-9
TH
LEYTE LANDING 30 ANNIVERSARY
(OCTOBER 19, 1974) II:76:10II:76:10- 15
LEYTE, SITUATION ON I:170:5
LIBERATED AMERICAN INTERNEES AND
G.I.’S AT STO. TOMAS INTERNMENT
CAMP, FEBRUARY 3, 1945
(POSTCARDS) I:156:23I:156:23 -24
LIBERATED CITIZENS OF TACLOBAN
LISTEN TO PRES. OSMENA I:93:30
LIBERATION AT STO. TOMAS (FEBRUARY
1945) V:3:18V:3:18- 22; V:23:17
LIBERATION OF INTERNEES AT STO. TOMAS
I:156:23I:156:23-27; V:23:17
LIBERATION OF THE PHILIPPINES
PHILIPPINES (20
OCTOBER 19441944 -15 AUGUST 1945)
1945) MAP
III:A13:19
III:A13:19
LIBERATION, 1945 I:95:1I:95:1- 27
LIBERTY BOND BILLBOARDS I:130:122
LIBERTY BOND PARADE I:80:7I:80:7-11
LIBERTY HALL PARTY (CARTER COLLECTION)
V:6:1V:6:1-107
LIBERTY HALL PARTY (MANILA) V:6:1V:6:1-107
LIBERTY HALL PARTY, ENTERTAINMENT
V:6:88V:6:88-107
LIBERTY HALL PARTY,
PARTY, GUESTS V:6:47V:6:47 -87
LIBERTY LOAN PARADERS I:80:4; I:137:42
LICAROS, GREGORIO II:74:51
LICSUM (U.S. ARMY TRANSPORT) I:137:2
LIGHT BATTERY AT PARANAQUE I:129:59,
6969- 72
LIGHT HOUSE, ENTRANCE
ENTRANCE OF PASIG RIVER
(POSTCARD) III:A22:12
III:A22: 12
LIGHT HOUSE (ALCARAZ),
(ALCARAZ), ENTRANCE TO
MANILA BAY (1900(1900-) III:A3:89
LIGHTHOUSE (CORREGIDOR) I:48:18; I:49:1,
6262- 63
LIGHTHOUSE AT ENTRANCE OF PASIG RIVER,
MANILA BAY (1898) III:A5:127
LIGHTING THE FIRE, SANGALI I:122:66
LILOAN (CEBU) I:42:13
LIM, ESTEFANIA A. I:166:54I:166:54 -56
LIM,
LIM, RODRIGO C. (1946) I:138:14
LINCOLN, ABRAHAM (U.S. PRESIDENT, 18611861 1865) II:1:15; II:3:1
LINDER, ROBERT I:166:41
LINEN HANDKERCHIEF MADE IN SCHOOL
(1913) V:7:6
LINGAD, JOSE II:74:52
LINGAYEN (PANGASINAN) -- 19421942- 1945
I:96:1I:96:1- 6
LINGAYEN (PANGASINAN) I:96:1I:96:1- 6; I:143:11;
I:144:1
LINGAYEN, PANGASINAN (JULY 1, 1911)
I:143:11
LINHOF, ERIC (MRS.) I:89:1
LINHOF, ERIC I:89:1I:89:1- 5
LIQUOR (1900(1900 -) III:A7:57III:A7:57-67
LITSEY, WELDON (VICE CONSUL) WITH
LEONARD G. DAWSON, ET AL V:12:5
LIZARD III:A1:6
LLORA,
LLORA, MANUEL JR. I:66:11
LOADING COPRAS IN ZAMBOANGA
(POSTCARD) I:183:5
LOADING TROOPS FOR ANGELES (1899)
III:A11:5
LOCKEFF, JAMES (CAPT.) WITH MAJ. L. H.
RICKER, CAPT. C. W. G. GALE, AND
LT. LEROY ELRINGE (1898(1898-)
III:A5:11
LOCKETT, THOMAS II:61:18
LOCKETT,
LOCKET T, THOMAS WITH PRES. ELPIDIO
QUIRINO, ET AL. II:68:2II:68:2- 5
LOG BRIDGE I:9:15
LOGAN, GORDON (MRS.) I:7:33
LOMA CHURCH, MANILA (1898(1898-)
III:A5:58
LOMBARDO FAMILY I:66:15
LOMBARDO, FRANK I:66:15
LOMOLIO, CEFERINO I:66:7
LONG, RUSSELL WITH JIMMY CARTER, ET
AL. II:11:22
LOOKOUTS ON THE CHURCH TOPTOP WATCHING THE FILIPINOS (TAGUIG,
1899) I:132:8
LOPEZ, FERNANDO AT A RALLY BY THE
MANILA JUNIOR CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE WITH U.S VICE PRES.
RICHARD M. NIXON AS SPEAKER
(1956) II:9:14
LOPEZ, FERNANDO WITH PRES.
QUIRINO,
QUIRINO, AMB. COWEN AND MRS,
LOPEZ II:20:4
LOPEZ, ANTONIO E. (GOVERNOR OF
TARLAC) I:166:20
LOPEZ, CARLOS WITH MRS. MYRON M.
COWEN II:20:6
LOPEZ, CARMELO V. I:5:61, 63
LOPEZ, FERNANDO (MRS.) WITH PRES.
QURINO, AMB. COWEN AND VICEVICE PRES. LOPEZ II:20:4
LOPEZ, FERNANDO WITH AMB. C.
MENNEN WILLIAMS AND PRES.
DIODADO MAGAPAGAL II:28:7
LOPEZ, FERNANDO WITH PRES. AND
MRS. MARCOS, AND U.S. PRES. AND
MRS. RICHARD M. NIXON (1969)
II:9:19
LOPEZ, FERNANDO WITH U.S. VICE PRES.
RICHARD M. NIXON (1956) II:9:9
LOPEZ,
LOPEZ, MARIQUIT AT A RALLY BY THE
MANILA JUNIOR CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE
COMMERCE WITH U.S. VICE PRES.
RICHARD M. NIXON AS SPEAKER
(1956) II:9:14
LOS BANOS INTERNMENT CAMP I:97:1I:97:1- 12
LOS BANOS STREET (LAGUNA) I:143:8
LOS BANOS, SITUATED ON THE LAGUNA
LAGU NA
DE BAY (POSTCARD) III:A22:128
LOSSITER, WILLIAM (DESPEDIDA AT ANC)
I:11:24
LOURDES GROTTO (BAGUIO CITY) I:134:13
LOUIS, JOE (HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMP) SIGNING
AN AUTOGRAPH AT STA. ANA CABARET
(1948) V:9:125
LOVE MAKING IN CUBA (1900(1900-) III:A3:144
III:A3:144
LOW COST HOUSING PROJECT I:166:6
LOWER, BEAUMONT V:9:13, 69
LOWER, BEAUMONT AND THOMAS MINETTE
V:9:69
LOWER, BEAUMONT WITH MARSH THOMSON,
ET AL.
AL. V:9:13
LOWRY, BOB I:66:11
LST’S AND SMALLER CRAFT CARRY ASSAULT
FORCES ASHORE AT LEYTE I:93:31
LT. SHOEMAKER REST CAMP (BENGUET)
I:29:2
LUCHECK, ANTHONY S. (MRS.) I:7:33
LUDLOW BARRACKS (PARANG, MINDANAO)
I:119:5
LUKBAN AND GUARD AFTER CAPTURE I:65:16
LUMANG LIPA BARRIO CAPTAIN I:73I:73 -A:22
LUMPIAS, MANUEL (REVEREND) I:150:83I:150:83- 84
LUNETA (1898) I:105:42
I:105: 42
LUNETA (1912) I:105:43
LUNETA AND MANILA CARNIVAL V:1:32
LUNETA FROM LEGASPI MONUMENT (1913)
V:7:66
LUNETA HOTEL I:77:2
LUNETA HOTEL, PERALTA APARTMENT, AND
SHELLBOURNE HOTEL (1946) V:2:30V:2:30-31
LUNETA PROMENADE, MANILA (1900(1900-)
III:A3:29
LUNETA SEA WALL
W ALL (c1898(c1898 - 1900) I:112:7
LUNETA SHOWING MANILA
MANILA HOTEL AND RIZAL
MONUMENT (POSTCARD) III:A22:17
LUNETA, MANILA (1900(1900-) III:A7:47
LUNETA, MANILA (1900(1900-) III:A3:28III:A3:28- 29
LUNETA, MANILA (POSTCARDS
(POSTCARDS) I:111:4;
I:111:4;
III:A22:13III:A22:13 -16
LUNETA, MANILA, WHERE
WHE RE DR. RIZAL WAS
EXECUTED (MOUNTED) I:109:11
LUYENDYK, GEORGINA I:66:10
LUZ, ARSENIO V:9:123, 129
LUZ, ARSENIO WITH CARLOS P. ROMULO,
AND FRED SAN JUAN AT THE MANGO
TERRACE V:9:129
LUZ, ARSENIO WITH THOMAS PRITCHARD,
ET AL.
AL. (1948) V:9:123
LUZON
LUZON BUS LINE I:13:4
LUZON RICE GROWERS HOLD
CONFERENCE I:166:20
LUZON, 19421942-1945 V:24:121
LYMAN, C. B. I:88:19I:88:19-22
LYRIC STUDIO (MANILA) I:66:20
LYRIC STUDIO (MANILA) I:76:72
LYRIC THEATER, ESCOLTA,
MANILA (POSTCARD) I:111:19
[M]
M .S.
.S. DOUGLASDOUGLAS-CER (POSTCARD)
I:162:32
MACABEBE SCOUTS (MEN WHO
CAPTURED AGUINALDO) I:1:11I:1:11- 12;
I:131:7
MACAPAGAL, DIOSDADO P. I:127:4;
I:166:25
MACAPAGAL, DIOSDADO P. (1961(1961-1965)
II:71:1II:71:1- 2
MACAPAGAL, DIOSDADO P. AND MRS.
MACAPAGAL VISIT PRES. LYNDON B.
JOHNSON AT THE WHITE HOUSE
II:71:2
MACAPAGAL, DIOSDADO P. SIGNING
PAPERS WITH AMB. WILLIAM
BYROADE I:166:25
MACAPAGAL, DIOSDADO P. WITH MRS.
MACAPAGAL AND JAPANESE
COUPLE I:127:4
MACAPAGAL, DIOSDADO P. WITH WILLIAM
E. STEVENSON II:26:8II:26:8-9
MACAPAGAL,
MACAPAGAL, DIOSDADO WELCOMED U.S.
VICE PRES. LYNDON B. JOHNSON IN
MANILA (1961) II:8:7
MACAPAGAL, DIOSDADO WITH AMB. C.
MENNEN WILLIAMS AND FERNANDO
LOPEZ II:28:7
MACAPAGAL, EVANGELINA GREETING
DAVID STERNBERG I:161:8
MACAPAGAL, EVANGELINA WITH MRS.
WILLIAM E. STEVENSON, ET AL
II:26:26
MACARTHUR , DOUGLAS AND SERGIO
OSMENA I:99:11I:99:11- 12
MACARTHUR BRIDGE (MANILA) I:36:12
MACARTHUR BRIDGE (RUINS) I:108:39, 44
MACARTHUR LANDING SITE MEMORIAL
III:A9:43III:A9:43 -47
MACARTHUR, ARTHUR I:11:11
MACARTHUR, ARTHUR (MAJ. GEN.) AND
AND
STAFF (1898(1898-) III:A5:20
MACARTHUR, ARTHUR (MANILA RESIDENCE
(1898) III:A5:143
MACARTHUR, ARTHUR WITH ADM. GEORGE
DEWEY I:186:45
MACARTHUR, ARTHUR, SR. I:72:11
MACARTHUR, ARTHUR, SR. I:98:1I:98:1-3
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS I:72:13; I:96:2I:96:2- 3;
I:94:1I:94:1- 10; I:99:1I:99:1 -2 0
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS KEEPS HIS PLEDGE
I:99:11I:99:11 -12
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS (POSTCARD) I:99:2
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS (WORLD WAR I)
I:99:5
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS ACCEPTING
COMMAND OF THE PHILIPPINE TROOPS
(AUGUST 15, 1941) I:99:17
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS AND MRS.
MACARTHUR AT MALACANANG PALACE
DANCE BALL I:99:15
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS AND TROOPS SALUTE
AT FLAG RAISING CEREMONY I:95:3
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS ARRIVAL CEREMONY
(OCTOBER 23,1935) I:99:14
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS ARRIVING ON PIER AT
TACLOBAN, LEYTE PRIOR TO OFFICIALLY
TURNING
TURNING OVER GOVERNMENT TO PRES.
SERGIO OSMENA (OCTOBER 23, 1944)
I:94:10
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS AT A STATE DINNER,
WITH PRES. MANUEL A. ROXAS, AMB.
PAUL V. MCNUTT, AND SERGIO OSMENA
(JULY 4. 1946) II:67:3
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS AT CORREGIDOR
I:49:24I:49:24 -28
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS AT MALACANANG
I:95:26
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS AT STO. TOMAS
LIBERATION (FEBRUARY 1945) V:3:18V:3:1819
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS DELIVERS ADDRESS
AT JULY 4, 1946 INDEPENDENCE DAY
RITES AT THE LUNETA I:138:10
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS GOES ASHORE IN
LINGAYEN I:96:2
MACARTHUR,
MACA RTHUR, DOUGLAS GREETS PRES.
ROXAS (JULY 4, 1946) I:138:11
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS INSPECTING
BEACH HEAD AT RED BEACH, LEYTE
I:94:6I:94:6- 8
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS LANDING AT
CORREGIDOR I:95:17
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS LANDING IN
LINGAYEN I:96:3
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS RECEIVING DEAD
JAP IN LEYTE I:94:2
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS SIGNS AND
WITNESSES JAPANESE SURRENDER
DOCUMENTS I:88:28I:88:28-30
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS SPEAKS IN
LIBERATED PHILIPPINE CITY,
CITY ,
NOVEMBER 3, 1944 (PHOTO BY
FRANK PRIST,
PRIST, JR.)
JR. ) I:99:4.2
I:99:4.2
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS STEPS OUT OF A
PLANE
PLANE AT AN ADVANCE AIR BASE IN
NEW GUINEA I:99:18
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS STRIDES DOWN
THE MAIN STREET IN DAGUPAN
(1944) III:A11:46
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS VIEWING
PARACHUTE LANDING AT NADZAB,
NEW GUINEA I:99:9
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS VISITS THE
REMAINS OF CAMP O’DONNELL
O’DONNELL
(JANUARY 29, 1945) III:A11:59
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS WITH BRIG. GEN.
RICHARD J. MARSHALL, AND GEN.
RICHARD K. SUTHERLAND STAYED
AT DEL MONTE FARM BEFORE
DEPARTING TO AUSTRALIA (1942)
V:9:136V:9:136- 137
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS WITH COL.
DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (OCTOBER
23, 1935) I:99:14
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS WITH GEN.
WHEATON, WITH THEIR STAFFS, ON
A TOUR AT ANGELES (1899)
III:A11:3
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS WITH M. L.
QUEZON AT A BANQUET AT MANILA
(1936) I:145:1
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS WITH OSMENA
AND ROMULO I:99:12
I: 99:12
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS WITH PARTY
PARTY
RETURNING TO RED BEACH, LEYTE I:94:9
I:94:9
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS WITH PRES. MANUEL
L. QUEZON II:65:3
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS WITH PRES. ROXAS,
MCNUTT AND QUIRINO (1946) I:138:9
MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS,
DOUGLAS, ET. AL. LANDING AT
LEYTE (1944) V:5:42
MACARTHUR, JEAN MARIE F. I:99:15I:99:15- 16
MACARTHUR’S HEADQUARTERS AND
TELEGRAPH OFFICE (MANILA, AUGUST
13, 1898) III:A5:137
MACCORMACK, H. E. WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL STAFF
(NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
MACDONALD, DONALD G. I:166:45, 53
MACHINE GUN IN ACTION IN MANILA STREET
(FEBRUARY 5, 1945) I:107:13
MACHINE SHOP, ENGINEER ISLAND (1913)
V:7:132V:7:132- 134
MACHINEMACHINE - GUNNED WHILE RUNNING FROM
BURNING HOME I:85:19
MACMAC-KARTHY, TEODORO WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY
A LBAY PROVINCIAL STAFF
(NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
MACMURRAY, JOHN VAN A. (1936) I:137:57
MACTAN ISLAND, ACROSS
ACROSS FROM
CEBU (POSTCARD) III:A22:104
III:A22:104
MADISON, JAMES (U.S. PRESIDENT, 180918091817) II:1:3
MADISON, PETER, HAROLD G. MCCONEGHEY,
SALVADOR MASCARDO MEETS HENRY
MILLER AT THE MANILA INTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT II:45:3
MADRIGALMADRIGAL-GONZALES, PACITA (SEN.) POSED
WITH U.S. VICE PRES. LYNDON B.
JOHNSON, PEDRO SABIDO AND EULOGIO
B. RODRIGUEZ (1961) II:8:11
MADSEN, ELMER, ET. AL, AT THE UNIVERSITY
CLUB (LATE 1930’S)
1930’S) V:5:69V:5:69 -70
MAESTRANZA DUMPING BOARD ON PASIG
RIVER (1913) V:7:97
MAESTRANZA DUMPING BOARD, MANILA
(1913) V:7:96
MAGALLANES MONUMENT I:82:56I:82:56 -57;
I:100:1I:100:1 -4; I:110:23
MAGALLANES MONUMENT (MACTAN, CEBU)
I:42:1; I:100:1
I:100:1
MAGALLANES MONUMENT (MANILA) I:100:2I:100:2 4
MAGEE, PHILLIP I:66:11
MAGELLAN MONUMENT, MACTAN ISLAND
(DECEMBER 1954) V:5:3
MAGELLAN’S MONUMENT, PASIG RIVER
AND MANILA (MOUNTED) I:109:9
MAGELLAN’S MONUMENT (POSTCARD)
III:A22:103
MAGSAYSAY, LUZ (MAY 31, 1969) II:62:6
MAGSAYSAY, RAMON F. (1953(1953- 1957)
I:53:3I:53:3- 4; I:161:5; II:63:3; II:63:1II:63:1- 3
MAGSAYSAY, RAMON F. AND MRS.
MAGSAYSAY WITH U.S. VICE PRES.
AND MRS. RICHARD M. NIXON AT
CORREGIDOR ISLAND (1956) II:9:16
MAGSAYSAY, RAMON F. AT A RALLY BY
THE MANILA JUNIOR CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE WITH U.S. VICE PRES.
RICHARD M. NIXON AS SPEAKER
(1956) II:9:14
MAGSAYSAY, RAMON F. WITH DAVID
STERNBERG I:161:5
MAGSAYSAY, RAMON F. WITH EULOGIO
RODRIGUEZ AND JOSE B. LAUREL,
JR. (JANUARY 1954) II:69:3
MAGSAYSAY, RAMON WITH HELEN
KELLER, ET AL II:69:2
MAGUIRE FIELD (LANAO) I:90:5
MAIL ARRIVING AT MANILA FROM U.S.
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:35
MAIL DAY IN CAMP (1900(1900-) III:A3:82
MAIMBUNG (JOLO, SULU) I:122:60
MAIMBUNG OR MAIUN, WAS THE
RESIDENCE OF THE SULTANATE
I:122:60
MAIN GATE,
GATE, NAVAL STATION,
OLONGAPO (POSTCARDS
(POSTCARDS )
III:A21:13 III:A22:86
MAIN GATE, SUBIC (OLONGAPO) I:162:9,
13, 5454- 55
MAIN STREET AT OLONGAPO I:162:15
MAIN STREET OF OLONGAPO
OLONG APO (POSTCARD)
III:A22:88
MAIN, CLARA THACHER I:150:95
MAJOR OLIVER
OLIVER B. WARWICK CAMP I:7:37
MAKING MANILA ROPE ALONG SIDE OF
ROAD (JUNE(JUNE -DECEMBER 1945)
III:A10:19
MALABANG (LANAO) I:90:6; I:119I:119- A:21
MALABON I:101:1I:101:1-11
MALABON (FIL(FIL-AM WAR) I:101:2I:101:2- 10
MALABON (POSTCARD) I:101:1
MALABON BURNING I:101:10
MALABUL RIVER (COTABATO) I:52:11
MALACANAN PALACE GROUNDS, RESIDENCE
OF GOVERNOR TAFT, MANILA (1913)
V:7:93
MALACANAN, SUMMER PALACE OF CAPT. GEN.
OF MANILA. OCCUPIED BY MAJ. GEN. OTIS
(1898(1898 -) III:A5:102
MALACANANG (1905), MANILA (MOUNTED)
I:109:13
MALACANANG 1963 CHRISTMAS
C HRISTMAS FESTIVAL
OFFICE (MRS. EVA MACAPAGAL
RECEIVING BOXES OF SOAP FROM MRS.
WILLIAM E. STEVENSON, ET AL. II:26:26
MALACANANG PALACE I:102:1I:102:1-8
MALACANANG PALACE RECEPTION FOR THE
WOODWOOD -FORBES MISSION (1921)
I:180:108I:180:108- 117
MALACANANG PALACE (FRONT AREA) I:102:8
MALACANANG PALACE (POSTCARDS)
I:102:1I:102:1 -3
MALACANANG PALACE (PRESIDENTIAL
RESIDENCE) I:102:7
MALACANANG PALACE (SIDE OF PASIG RIVER)
I:102:4, 7
MALACANANG PALACE, MILITARY
HEADQUARTERS OF GENERAL OTIS
(1898(1898 -) III:A5:22
MALACANANG PALACE/PASIG RIVER
RIVER (PRE(PRE WAR) V:4:1V:4:1-2
MALACANANG, MANILA,
EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE
GOVGOV-GEN (POSTCARD) III:A22:38
III: A22:38
MALAMPAYA (MINDANAO) I:119I:119 -A:17
MALATE (MANILA) I:103:1I:103:1- 7
MALATE BARRACKS I:103:2I:103:2 -4
MALATE CHURCH I:103:1
MALATE ESCUELA MUNICIPAL I:103:5
I:103:5:5- 7;
I:110:25
MALATE INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL, MANILA
(1913) V:7:1
MALATE MUNICIPAL SCHOOL I:103:5I:103:5- 7;
I:110:25
MALATE PLAZA (1913) V:7:79
MALATE SQUARE I:103:5I:103:5- 7; I:112:25
MALATE, FORT OF (1898(1898-) III:A5:93
MALATE, MANILA (1898(1898-) III:A5:81
MALATE, MANILA (1945) V:4:23
MALAYBALAY (BUKIDNON) I:37:16I:37:16- 19
MALCOLM DRIVE (MANILA) I:105:16
MALECON BAY FRONT DURING TYPHOON
(1913) V:7:71
MALECON DRIVE. MANILA
MANILA (POSTCARD)
III:A22:36
MALECON EXTENSION OF LUNETA
DRIVEWAY DURING A TYPHOON
(1913) V:7:78
MALINOWSKI, MICHAEL I:5:62
MALINTA TUNNEL (CORREGIDOR)
I:49:21I:49:21 -27; I:134:55I:134:55-58
MALINTA TUNNEL, CORREGIDOR (JUNE(JUNE DECEMBER 1945) III:A10:37III:A10:37-38
MALITBOG (BUKIDNON) I:37:10
MALITBOG RIVER (BUKIDNON) I:37:10
MALITUBOG RIVER (COTABATO) I:52:7
I:52: 7
MALLILLIN, ROGELIO B. I:5:57I:5:57- 58
MALOLOS (BULACAN) I:104:1I:104:1-21
MALOLOS CENTRAL PRIMARY SCHOOL,
BULACAN (1913) V:7:12
MALOLOS CHURCH I:23:1I:23:1- 4; I:104:16I:104:16 -21
MALOLOS, INSURGENT CAPITOL OF THE
PHILIPPINE (1900(1900-) III:A3:83
MALUKO (BUKIDNON) I:37:1
MAMALATEO, MARIANO C. I:66:33; I:76:71
MAN AND CARABAO I:134: 1818-23, 2525- 26
MAN AND COCKFIGHTER (1910) III:A1:9
MAN ON A CARABAO (POSTCARD)
I:142:28
MAN SELLING CLAY POTS I:134:12
MAN SELLING HIS WARES (POSTCARD)
I:142:10
MANALAYSAY, REUBEN WITH WILLIAM
WILLIA M E.
STEVENSON, CICERO D. CALDERON,
ALFREDO E. MORALES, AND ROBERT
SILLIMAN AT THE SILLIMAN
UNIVERSITY, DUMAGUETE II:26:17
MANANGA BRIDGE (CEBU) I:36:8
MANDAYAN SKIRT CLOTH, MINDANAO
(1913) V:7:7
MANGLICMOT, CELEDONIO I:166:43
MANGO TREE (POSTCARD)
(POST CARD) I:142:42
MANGO VENDOR I:51:12
MANGOSTEEN FRUIT, DUMAGUETE,
NEGROS ORIENTAL (1913) V:7:24
MANGYANS (TRIBE) I:55:2
MANILA – 19211921- 1940 I:106:1I:106:1-33
MANILA MOTOR WORKS, INC. (F. V. D.
REYES COLLECTION) I:114I:114 - A:1A:1-23
MANILA (‘THEN”) I:110:1I:110:1-2 7
MANILA (1900(1900-) III:A3:46
MANILA (1925, 1926) V:4:4V:4:4 -10
MANILA (1930) I:106:11, 13
MANILA (1932) I:106:2
MANILA (1933) I:106:14
MANILA (1935) I:106:8I:106:8-10, 16
MANILA (1936) I:106:17
MANILA (1940) I:106:25
MANILA (1941(1941- 1945) V:2:1V:2:1 -25
MANILA (1946(1946-) I:108I:108-A:1A:1 - 3
MANILA (AT THE TURN OF THE CENTURY)
I:109:1I:109:1 -13
MANILA (EVANS COLLECTION) I:105:44I:105:44-47
MANILA (FEBRUARY 18, 1935) I:106:29I:106:29-32
MANILA (FEBRUARY 28, 1945) I:108:47
MANILA (JUNE(JUNE -DECEMBER 1945) III:A10:1III:A10:116
MANILA (POSTCARDS) I:105:14I:105:14- 15; I:106:1
I:10 6:1
MANILA (POSTCARDS) I:111:1I:111:1-30
MANILA (PRE(PRE -WAR, WWII, POST WAR) V:1:1V:1:142; V:2:1V:2:1-33;V:4:133;V:4:1- 42
MANILA “BOMBEROS” FIRE DEPARTMENT
I:105:60
MANILA – 19411941- 1945 I:107:1I:107:1-49
MANILA AND DAGUPAN RAILROAD V:5:18
MANILA AND SUBURBS (1910) III:A1:1III:A1:1- 12
MANILA ARCH
ARCH (1880(1880- 1900) III:A14:1
MANILA BAY I:11:38; I:112:1I:112:1-9
MANILA BAY III:A6:1III:A6:1-41
MANILA BAY (1910) III:A1:1
MANILA BAY (PHIL(PHIL-AM WAR) I:105:22
MANILA BAY (WWII) I:107:9
MANILA BAY HARBOR INSTALLATIONS
BOMBED BY CARRIER AIRCRAFT I:107:3
MANILA BAY WITH MANILA
M ANILA HOTEL AT THE
BACKGROUND I:112:4, 8
MANILA BAY, FLEET AT ANCHOR (POSTCARD)
I:112:2
MANILA BOAT CLUB I:7:32
MANILA BOAT CLUB EN EL RIO PASIG I:128:8
MANILA BODIES (AUGUST 2, 1952) I:117:20
MANILA BOTANICAL GARDEN (1900(1900 -)
III:A6:9III:A6:9- 11
MANILA BRIDGE (1880(1880- 1900) III:A14:7
MANILA BUILDINGS (1945) V:2:1V:2:1-7, 18, 23,
24; V:4:18V:4:18- 25
MANILA BUILDINGS (1951) V:4:35
MANILA BURNING (FEBRUARY 7, 1945)
I:107:27, 33
MANILA BURNING (WWII) I:107:23I:107:23-29
MANILA CAPITOL (1900(1900-) III:A6:27
MANILA CARNIVAL AND LUNETA V:1:32
MANILA CATHEDRAL I:113:1I:113:1 -16
MANILA CATHEDRAL (1880(1880- 1900) III:A14:13
MANILA CATHEDRAL (POSTCARDS
(POSTCARDS) I:113:2;
I:113:2;
III:A22:64
MANILA CATHEDRAL (RUINS) I:36I:36-A:15A:15- 16;
I:113:4I:113:4 -7
MANILA CATHEDRAL (RUINS) III:A8:27, 46
MANILA CATHEDRAL, SPANISH
PRISONERS (1900
(1900900 -) III:A3:31
MANILA CEMETERY (PRE(PRE -WAR) V:1:19
MANILA CEMETERY AND MEMORIAL
(1960) III:A13:9III:A13:9 MANILA CEMETERY AND MEMORIAL.
CEREMONIES (1960) III:A13:25III:A13:25- 35
MANILA CEMETERY AND MEMORIAL.
CHAPEL (1960) III:A13:10, 1313- 15
MANILA CEMETERY AND MEMORIAL.
DEDICATORY INSCRIPTION (1960)
III:A13:12
MANILA CEMETERY AND MEMORIAL.
INTERIOR OF HEMICYCLE –
INSCRIBED NAMES OF MISSING
(TOTAL 36,279 NAMES) III:A13:20
MANILA CEMETERY AND MEMORIAL. MAP
ROOM (1960) III:A13:11
MANILA CEMETERY AND MEMORIAL. THE
GRAVES III:A13:22
I II:A13:22II:A13:22- 23
MANILA CEMETERY AND MEMORIAL.
VISITOR’S ROOM III:A13:21
MANILA CITY HALL (1900(1900-) III:A6:7
MANILA CITY HALL (1945) V:2:2V:2:2-3
MANILA CITY HALL (1945) V:4:20
MANILA CITY HALL (POSTCARD
(POSTCARDS
STCARDS)
III:A21:8;
III:A21:8; III:A22:49
MANILA CITY HALL (RUINS) I:108:33
MANILA CITY HALL (RUINS) III:A8:1, 32
MANILA CREEK (SAN MIGUEL) I:105:66;
I:110:6I:110:6 -7
MANILA DESTRUCTION (1945) I:36I:36-A:
1111- 28; I:108:1I:108:1- 52
RD
MANILA DURING THE 3 FLEET AIR
STRIKE (SEPTEMBER 21, 1944)
I:197:23I:197:23-24
MANILA DURING THE FIRST CELEBRATION
OF ITS LIBERATION DAY (1945)
I:95:20
MANILA ELKS CLUB (JULY 4, 1935)
I:149:7
MANILA FLOODS I:105:9
MANILA FLOODS (1914) III:A2
MANILA FREIGHT YARD (1913) V:7:111
MANILA HARBOR (1900(1900 -) III:A3:30, 38
MANILA HARBOR (DECEMBER 15, 1944)
I:107:30
MANILA HARBOR SHOWING OVER FIFTY
JAP SHIPS SUNK AFTER REPEATED
U.S. STRIKES I:182:38
MANILA HARBOR VIEW I:105:44
MANILA HOTEL I:114:1I:114:1- 35
MANILA HOTEL (1945) I:114:23; V:2:18
MANILA HOTEL (AERIAL VIEW) I:114:18
MANILA HOTEL (BANQUET FOR MINDANAO
BODIES)
BODIES) I:117:19
MANILA HOTEL (EVANS COLLECTION)
I:114:24
MANILA HOTEL (JUNE(JUNE - DECEMBER 1945)
III:A10:1III:A10:1 -4
MANILA HOTEL (POSTCARDS) I:114:4I:114:4- 21;
21;
III:A22:55
MANILA HOTEL (POSTCARDS, BLACK &
WHITE) I:114:4I:114:4- 16
MANILA HOTEL (POSTCARDS, COLORED)
I:114:17I:114:17-21
MANILA
MANI LA HOTEL (RUINS) III:A8:48
MANILA HOTEL ANNOUNCES THE
IMPLEMENTATION OF EMERGENCY
MEASURE I:182I:182-A:13
MANILA HOTEL AT THE MANILA BAY I:112:4, 8
MANILA HOTEL. COVERED SECTION, ROOF
GARDEN I:114:12, 26
MANILA HOTEL. DINING ROOM (POSTCARD)
I:114:5I:114:5 -6
MANILA
MANILA HOTEL. DINING ROOM VERANDAH
(POSTCARD) I:114:13
MANILA HOTEL. DRAWING ROOM (POSTCARD)
I:114:10
MANILA HOTEL. DRAWING ROOM OF PRIVATE
SUITE (POSTCARD) I:114:14, 33
MANILA HOTEL. FIESTA FAVILION I:114:4, 27
MANILA HOTEL. LIVING ROOM, PRESIDENT’S
SUITE (POSTCARD) I:114:15
MANILA HOTEL. LOBBY I:114:20, 32
MANILA HOTEL. MAIN LOBBY (POSTCARD)
I:114:9
MANILA HOTEL. MEN’S BAR I:114:28
MANILA HOTEL. MEN’S GRILL I:114:34
MANILA HOTEL. MEN’S LOGGIA (POSTCARD)
I:114:8
MANILA HOTEL. OFFICE AND LOBBY
(POSTCARD)
(POSTCARD) I:114:4
MANILA HOTEL. PAVILION (POSTCARD)
I:114:4
MANILA HOTEL. PRESIDENT’S SUITE
(POSTCARD) I:114:17
MANILA HOTEL. SWIMMING POOL
(POSTCARD) I:114:19
MANILA HOTEL’S ELEVATOR I:114:31
MANILA HOTEL’S HALL I:114:29
MANILA ICE PLANT (1900(1900-) III:A6:6
MANILA JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
MEETING AT THE MANILA HOTEL WITH
AMB. WILLIAM E. STEVENSON AS
GUEST SPEAKER II:26:10
MANILA JUNIOR CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE RALLY WITH U.S. VICE
PRES. RICHARD M. NIXON (1956)
II:9:14
MANILA MAFFIA (1900(1900-) III:A3:37
MANILA MOTOR
M OTOR WORKS EMPLOYEES
I:13:5
MANILA MOTOR WORKS, INC. (BIGAA
PLANT, BALAGTAS, BULACAN)
I:114I:114- A:17
MANILA MOTOR WORKS, INC. AS
DISTRIBUTOR OF KAISER, FRAZER
AND HENRY J. AUTOMOBILES
I:114I:114- A:16
MANILA NORMAL SCHOOL FACULTY
I:164:12
MANILA NORTH CEMETERY (WREATH
LAYING AT THE MAUSOLEUM OF THE
LATE PRES. MANUEL L. QUEZON,
JUNE 15, 1960) II:62:7
MANILA OBSERVATORY I:115:1I:115:1-2
MANILA OVERSEAS CLUB WITH DAVID
STERNBERG I:161:7
MANILA PALACE STORES (1935) I:63:10
MANILA PENITENTIARY (1898(1898-) III:A5:12
MANILA PIER (1905) V:14:32
MANILA PIERS V:2:11; V:4:26V:4:26-29
MANILA POLICE CHIEF I:8:13
MANILA POLO CLUB I:116:1I:116:1 -19
MANILA POLO CLUB (POSTCARD)
I:111:20
MANILA POLO CLUB AND
FORBES FIELD, PASAY (POSTCARD)
III:A22:56
MANILA POLO CLUB GROUNDS (1920)
I:116:18I:116:18-19
MANILA POLO CLUB HANDICAP
TOURNAMENT (JULY 1910)
I:116:7I:116:7 -8
MANILA POLO CLUB. 5OTH ANNIVERSARY
CELEBRATION (DECEMBER 17,
1939) I:116:12I:116:12- 14
MANILA PORT (ENTRANCE FROM PASIG)
I:140:21I:140:21-26
MANILA PORTS I:140:1I:140:1-26
MANILA POST OFFICE I:36I:36- A:6; I:106:6,
I:106:6,
2727- 28; I:141:1I:141:1- 5
MANILA POST OFFICE V:1:15; V:4:22
MANILA POST OFFICE (1898) I:141:5
MANILA POST OFFICE (1899, 1900) III:A5:1;
III:A6:5; III:A5:33
MANILA POST OFFICE (1945) V:2:7V:2:7-8; V:4:22
MANILA POST OFFICE (POSTCARDS) I:141:3I:141:3 4
MANILA POST OFFICE
OFFICE AND JONES BRIDGE
V:1:15
MANILA POST OFFICE ON PASIG RIVER
(RUINS) I:108:34, 38, 44, 51
MANILA POST OFFICE, (RUINS) III:A8:34, 47
MANILA PUMPING WORKS (1898(1898-) III:A5:44
MANILA RAILROAD TRAIN I:42:60
MANILA RUINS (POST(POST-WAR) III:A8:1III:A8:1- 22, 2626 49
MANILA SCENES, (1900(1900-) III:A6:1III:A6:1-42, 4747- 48,
7575- 76; III:A7:45III:A7:45- 47, 6363 -66
MANILA TRADING & SUPPLY COMPANY
III:A8:37
MANILA TREASURY OFFICE (1900(1900-) III:A6:21
MANILA UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES
(POSTCARDS) I:111:11I:111:11 -13
MANILA VERSUS CEBU INTERSCHOLASTIC
MEET, MANILA (1913) V:7:10
MANILA VISTA DE LA ENTRADA DEL RIO PASIG
(1880(1880-1900) III:A14:5
MANILA WATER WORKS (1900(1900-) III:A3:48
MANILA WOMANS CLUB I:76:48
MANILA WRECKED BY BATTLE AND FIRES
(FEBRUARY 25, 1945) I:108:36
MANILA, 19421942-1945 V:23:72
MANILA, CAPTURE
CAPTURE OF I:170:5I:170:5-6
MANILA, CAPTURE ON I:170:5I:170:5-6
MANILA, ENTRANCE GATE TO FORT SANTIAGO
(MOUNTED) I:109:12
MANILA, OLD (1880(1880 -1900) III:A14:1III:A14:1 -33
MANILA, POSTPOST-WAR V:2:26V:2:26 -33
MANILA, PREPRE -WAR (AERIAL VIEW) V:4:3V:4:3-8
MANILA, PREPRE -WAR (CARTER COLLECTION)
V:1:1V:1:1-42
MANILA, WWII/POSTWWII/POST -WAR (CARTER
COLLECTION) V:2:1V:2:1-33
MANILA’S BUSINESS DISTRICT I:106:6
MANILA’S NEW $1,000,000.00 PIER
(POSTCARD) I:140:7
MANILA—
MANILA— 18981898-1920 I:105:1I:105:1-71
MANKIN, JAMES P. V:10:25
MANNING, CORA ELLEN C. (1945) I:156:26
MANNING, JEREMIAH I:61:5
MANNING, JOHN L. I:5:23I:5:23 -33; I:78:1
MANNING, JOHN L. (1945) I:156:26
MANNING, JOHN L. COLLECTION (STO. TOMAS
INTERNMENT CAMP, 1942) III:A4:1III:A4:1- 22
MANNING, JOHN WITH BRUCE MEYER,
AND ERWIN VOSTER V:9:84
MANOK SALESMEN V:18:60
MANSFIELD, MICHAEL (VISIT TO THE
PHILIPPINES, 1975) II:41:1II:41:1 -2
MANSFIELD, MIKE WITH JIMMY CARTER
ET AL. II:11:22
MANSION HOUSE (BAGUIO) I:16:16I:16:16 -17
MANUEL DULDULAO POSTCARDS
III:A22:1
III:A22: 1 -138
MANUEL, MAGDALENA I:5:53; I:6:5I:6:5-9
MANUFACTURE OF VACCINES, SERUM
AND OTHER MEDICINES (PHILCUSA(PHILCUSAFOA LABORATORY EQUIPMENT)
I:166:12
MANUPALI RIVER VALLEY I:37:3I:37:3- 5
MANUSCRIPT OF RIZAL WHILE IN EXCILE
AT DAPITAN, MINDANAO (1896)
I:148:11
MANY MEN MISSES AND HITS AND
SINKING FOR JAP CRUISER I:182:6
MAO TSETSE - TUNG WITH HENRY
KISSINGER
KISSINGER II:61:7
MAP OF MINDANO (1903) I:119I:119 -A:27
MAPA, PLACIDO II:74:11
MARAMAG (BUKIDNON) I:37:20
MARANON, JOAQUIN II:74:53
MARCH 2, 1945 : FLAG RAISING
CEREMONY AT CORREGIDOR V:5:72
TH
MARCH, P.C. (LT., 5 U.S. ARTILLERY),
COMMANDING ASTOR BATTERY
BAT TERY
(1898(1898 -) III:A5:108
MARCOS FAMILY, AND THE REAGAN
FAMILY, 1969 III:A18:11III:A18:11-12, 14
MARCOS, FERDINAND E. I:118:1I:118:1- 5;
I:166I:166- 4545 -50; II:63:5; II:72:1II:72:1 -10
MARCOS, FERDINAND E. AND MRS.
MARCOS AT THE MEMORIAL
SERVICE AT ABM & CEMETERY (MAY
30, 1966) II:72:8
MARCOS, FERDINAND E. AND MRS.
MARCOS WITH GOV. AND MRS.
RONALD REAGAN, AND MR. & MRS.
EDUARDO COJUANGCO, 1969
III:A18:6
MARCOS, FERDINAND E. AND MRS.
MARCOS WITH GOV. RONALD
REAGAN AND MRS. REAGAN,
RE AGAN, 1969
III:A18:1III:A18:1-2, 1313-17, 2020- 25, 4343- 45
MARCOS, FERDINAND E. AND THE FIRST
LADY WITH AMB. AND MRS.
BYRAODE AND MR. AND MRS. HENRY
FORD II (MARCH 1, 1971) II:29:40II:29:40 -41
MARCOS, FERDINAND E. AND THE FIRST LADY
WITH AMB.
AMB. AND MRS. WILLIAM MC. BLAIR
(OCTOBER 5, 1967) II:27:18II:27:18-19
MARCOS, FERDINAND E. AT U. S. MEMORIAL
DAY SERVICE I:118:1I:118:1- 5
MARCOS, FERDINAND E. DANCE WITH MRS.
NANCY REAGAN, 1969 III:A18:31III:A18:31- 34
MARCOS, FERDINAND E. WITH AIDAID-ASIA
DONALD G. MACDONALD I:166:45
I:166: 45
MARCOS, FERDINAND E. WITH AMB. DAVID D.
NEWSOM (NOVEMBER 11, 1977) II:31:1,
4
MARCOS, FERDINAND E. WITH AMB. WILLIAM
H. SULLIVAN (1976) I:166:46I:166:46-50
MARCOS, FERDINAND E. WITH AMB. WILLIAM
H. SULLIVAN, RAMON RAVANZO, AND
THOMAS C. NOBLOCK II:30:9II:30:9-10
MARCOS, FERDINAND E. WITH U.S. PRES.
LYNDON B. JOHNSON, AMB. WILLIAM
BLAIR, AND MRS. MARCOS (1966) II:8:18
MARCOS, FERDINAND E., BRIEFING AMB.
WILLIAM H. SULLIVAN, KENNETH RUSH
AND ARTHUR HUMMEL AT MALACANANG
II:30:8
MARCOS, FERDINAND E., ESCORTED BY AMB.
AMB.
HENRY A. BYROADE ON ARRIVAL AT THE
AMERICAN CEMETERY AT FORT
BONIFACIO II:72:7
MARCOS, FERDINAND E., VISITED THE U.S.S.
ENTERPRISE AT THE NAVAL BASE, SUBIC
BAY, ZAMBALES II:72:9II:72:9-10
MARCOS, FERDINAND RECEIVING TOM
CARTER’S AMCHAM HISTORY V:9:13
MARCOS,
MARCOS, FERDINAND WITH U.S. PRES.
GERALD R. FORD (1975) II:10:4
MARCOS, FERDINAND WITH WORLD LEADERS
II:12II:12-A:35
MARCOS, FERDINAND, JR. AND RONALD
REAGAN, JR., 1969 III:A18:18
MARCOS, FERDINAND, MRS. MARCOS,
FERDINAND JR., WITH U.S. PRES. AND
MRS. RICHARD M. NIXON (1969) II:9:19
MARCOS, FERDINANDE E., DEPARTURE TO
U.S. (SEPTEMBER 12, 1966) II:72:2II:72:2- 5
MARCOS, IMEE R. WITH ERNESTO DE PEDRO
AND CLIFFORD SOUTHARD II:61:19
MARCOS, IMELDA R. I:11:31I:11:31 -32; II:72:12
MARCOS, IMELDA R. , AT THE HOSPITAL
(DECEMBER 1972) II:72:12
MARCOS, IMELDA R. IN THE HOSPITAL,
VISITED BY PRES. FERDINAND E.
MARCOS, AND DR. ROBERT CHASE
(DECEMBER 1972) II:37II:37 -A:1A:1-2
MARCOS, IMELDA R. WITH AMB. AND
MRS. RICHARD W. MURPHY, ET AL
II:32:14
MARCOS, IMELDA R. WITH AMB. AND
MRS. WILLIAM MC. BLAIR
B LAIR AND MRS.
GARCIA II:27:3
MARCOS, IMELDA R. WITH U.S. OFFICIALS
AT MALACANANG (1976) I:166:46
MARCOS, IMELDA R. WITH U.S. PRES.
LYNDON B. JOHNSON, PRES.
MARCOS, AND AMB. WILLIAM BLAIR
(1966) II:8:18
MARCOS, IMELDA WITH GOV. AND MRS.
RONALD REAGAN,
REAGAN, AND GUESTS, 1969
III:A18:7III:A18:7- 9
MARCOS, IMELDA, PRES. MARCOS,
FERDINAND JR., WITH U.S. PRES.
AND MRS. RICHARD M. NIXON
(1969) II:9:19
MARGOSATUBIG (MINDANAO) I:122:23I:122:23 27
MARIA KANNON SHRINE ( LEYTE)
III:A9:55
MARIDAGAO RIVER (BUKIDNON) I:37:6
MARIKINA RIVER I:134:50
MARINE BARRACKS AND GOVERNMENT
TUG AT ISABELLA I:143:15
MARINE CAVALRYMAN, OLONGAPO
(POSTCARD) I:162:40
MARINE GUARDS QUARTERS (1967)
I:172:76I:172:76-77
MARINO, SALVADOR II:74:55
MARINO, SALVADOR WITH AMB. WILLIAM
STEVENSON AT THE MALACANANG
MALACANANG
PALACE II:26:11II:26:11- 12
MARIO FEIR POSTCARDS AND
STEREOVIEWS III:A21:1III:A21:1 -21
MARIVELES HARBOR I:24:1
MARIVELES MOUNTAINS I:24:2I:24:2-3
MARKERS, HISTORICAL I:77:4I:77:4-7
MARKET (BAGUIO) I:16:25
MARKET SCENE (POSTCARD) I:142:16
MARKET SCENE, HAVANA, CUBA (1900(1900-)
III:A3:139
MARKET SCENE, MANILA (POSTCARD)
I:111:5
MARKET SCENE, MATANSAS, CUBA
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:140
MARKET SCENES I:16:25; I:111:5; I:134:11,
53; I:142:16
MARKET SCENES (1900(1900-) III:A3:10, 26
MARKETING RICE, CARABAO DRIVEN CART
(1900(1900 -) III:A12:109
MARKING, YAY I:161:3
MARPLE, ALLAN I:89:1I:89:1-2, 5
MARQUARDT, F. S. I:78:1
MARQUIS DEL DUERO (SPANISH SHIP) I:26:9
MARSHALL, GEORGE C. (GEN.) I:169:65
MARSHALL, GEORGE C. (GEN.) WITH PRES.
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT AND WINSTON
CHURCHILL IN CASABLANCA (JANUARY
1943) II:4:3
MARSHALL, RAY (LABOR SECRETARY, 197719771981) II:14:20II:14:20-21
MARSHALL, RICHARD J. (MAJ. GEN.)
I:124:34; I:169:25I:169:25- 27
MARSHALL, RICHARD J. WITH GEN. DOUGLAS
MACARTHUR, AND GEN. RICHARD K.
SUTHERLAND STAYED AT DEL MONTE
FARM BEFORE DEPARTING TO AUSTRALIA
AUSTRALIA
(1942) V:9:136V:9:136- 137
MARSMAN VILLAGE V:10:19
MARSMAN, HANS R. I:8:5
MARSMAN, JAN H., ET. AL, AT THE
UNIVERSITY CLUB (LATE 1930’S)
V:5:69V:5:69-70
MARSMAN, MARY I:8:5
MARTINEZ, A. I:66:23
MARTINEZ, JOSEFA JARA I:66:16
MARTINEZ, LEOPOLDO I:66:23, 33
MARTINSON,
MARTINSON, ED (LT., FIRST REGIMENT IDAHO
VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, 1898) III:A5:122,
131
MARYLAND IN DEWEY DOCK I:162:57I:162:57-58
MASAO, ANTONIO (1900(1900-) III:A3:124, 142
MASCARADES I:159:76I:159:76- 77
MASCARDO, SALVADOR WELCOMED HENRY
MILLER AT THE MANILA INTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT
AIRPORT II:45:3
MASON (POSTCARD) I:117:1
MASON COURT (MANILA) I:7:15
MASON, VIVIAN CARTER WITH MRS. MARY D.
EISENHOWER II:6:6II:6:6-7
MASONIC PERSONALITIES, ETC. I:117:1I:117:1-24
MASONIC TEMPLE, MANILA (1945) V:2:4;
V:4:24
MASONIC TEMPLE MANILA
MANIL A (POSTCARD)
III:A22:139
III:A22:139
MASONRY WORK, BENGUET ROAD (1906(19061907) III:A17:128
MASONS GATHERING AT THE GREAT
EASTERN HOTEL (MAY 3, 1949)
I:117:14I:117:14-15
MASS SERVICES AT THE SHRINE OF ST.
PILAR (MARCH 28, 1945) I:183:67
MATA, ERNESTO II:74:12II:74:12- 13
MATALING FALLS (MINDANAO) I:119
I:119:119 A:6A:6-8
MATANSAS RIVER, MATANSAS, CUBA
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:145
MATH, ELEMENTARY CLASS I:60:27
MATH, GRADE SCHOOL CLASS I:60:27
MATHEWS, J. J. (CAPT.) I:116:10
MATTISON (MRS.) I:5:53; I:6:11
MATTISON, LOU I:5:53; I:6:11
MAURO, ERNIE J. (TAC 5) AND SGT.
SGT.
STANLEY H. SAMBOR WITH FILIPINO
FAMILY IN CEBU (SEPTEMBER 1,
1945) I:95:19
MAXWELL, JAMES B. WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL
STAFF (NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
MAYON VOLCANO (POSTCARD) I:142:35
MAYON VOLCANO FROM TOBACO BAY,
ALBAY (1913)
(1913) V:7:115
MAYON VOLCANO, ALBAY ISLAND OF
LUZON (POSTCARD) III:A22:82
III:A22: 82
MAYSAYSAY, LUZ B. AND PRES.
MAGSAYSAY WITH U.S. VICE PRES.
AND MRS. RICHARD M. NIXON AT
CORREGIDOR ISLAND (1956) II:9:16
MBMB -2 BIBI- PLANE ENTERED THE AIR
SERVICE (1920) III:A11:25
III:A11:25
MCBRIDE, ROBERT B. I:88:6, 1919-22
MCCAFREY, STANLEY I:134I:134 -A:1A:1-4
MCCLINTOCK, CARMEN V:10:40V:10:40-41
MCCLINTOCK, CARMEN WITH TOM
CARTER V:10:41
MCCLINTOCK, GEORGE L. AT HIS
PLANTATION IN LAMITAN, BASILAN
V:10:39
MCCLURE, C. (CAPT.) WITH LT.
LT. PEGRAM
WHITWORTH, MAJ. GEN. ARTHUR
MACARTHUR, AND CAPT. C. G.
SWATELLA (1898(1898 -) III:A5:20
MCCLURE, C. (MAJ.) AYUNTAMIENTO
(1898(1898 -) III:A5:40
MCCLURE, ROBERT WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON, ET AT S. S. BURNET
(1943) V:12:1
MCCONE, JOHN WITH GOV. WILLIAM
SCRANTON,
SCRANTON, CYRUS VANCE AND DEAN
RUSK II:52:1
MCCONEGHEY (MRS.) I:7:33
MCCONEGHEY, HAROLD G., PETER MADISON,
SALVADOR MASCARDO MEETS HENRY
MILLER AT THE MANILA INTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT II:45:3
MCCORMACK, H. E. WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL STAFF
(1904
(1904 -1905) V:12:10
TH
MCCORMICK, H. B. (LT., 10 PENNSYLVANIA
VOLUNTEER INFANTRY OFFICER, 1898)
III:A5:139
TH
MCCORMICK, L. P. (LT., 10 PENNSYLVANIA
VOLUNTEER INFANTRY OFFICER, 1898)
III:A5:139
MCCOY, FRANK I:180:119I:180:119-120
MCCOY, FRANK (GEN.) COLLECTION
I:137:52
I:137:52:52-54
MCCOY, FRANK AND GORDON JOHNSTON AT
MALACANANG (MAY 4, 1921) I:180:119I:180:119120
MCCOY, HENRY B. (MRS.) I:116: 10, 14
MCDOWELL, PERCY (1907) I:163:5
MCFARLANE, ROBERT (SPECIAL ENVOY TO
THE MIDDLE EAST, 19811981-1989) II:15:22
MCGINNIS, EDWARD F. WITH THE AMERICAN
BATTLE MONUMENTS COMMISSION AT
MANILA AIRPORT (1960) III:A13:24
MCGREW, DALLAS D. L. (1906(1906- 1907)
III:A16:28, 35
MCHENRY, DONALD F. II:42:1II:42:1-2
MCHENRY, DONALD F. AND FAMILY II:42:2
MCKENNA, E. A. (CAPT. ) AYUNTAMIENTO
(1898(1898 -) III:A5:40
MCKENNA,
MCKENNA, E. A. (CAPT., SIGNAL CORPS. FIRST
COMPANY, 1898) III:A5:119
MCKINLEY , WILLIAM (U. S. PRESIDENT)
FUNERAL IN MANILA I:137:45, 63
MCKINLEY, WILLIAM (U.S. PRESIDENT, 18971897 1901) II:1:23
MCLOUGHLIN, JOHN I:5:23I:5:23- 33; I:118:2I:118:2-5
MCMILLAN, CARL H., JR. (JUNE 15, 1960)
II:62:7
MCNALLY, JOHN J., JR. (FOREMER WHITE
HOUSE STAFF) WITH MRS. JACQUELINE
B. KENNEDY AT GRAVESITE II:7:4
MCNAMARA, ROBERT (DEFENSE SECRETARY,
19631963-1968) II:8:4
MCNUTT, PAUL V. AND DCM NATHANIEL
DAVIS
DAVIS (STANDING BESIDE AN OLD
CAR II:18:2
MCNUTT, PAUL V. I:7:24; I:72:12I:72:12- 13
MCNUTT, PAUL V. (AS HIGH
COMMISSIONER) II:18:
II: 18:3
18: 3 -4
MCNUTT, PAUL V. (U.S. AMBASSADOR,
JULY 19461946- JUNE 1947) II:18:1II:18:1- 5
MCNUTT, PAUL V. AT A STATE DINNER,
WITH PRES. MANUEL A. ROXAS,
GEN. DOUGLAS MACARTHUR AND
SERGIO
SE RGIO OSMENA (JULY 4, 1946)
II:67:3
MCNUTT, PAUL V. AT THE ROTARY CLUB
OF MANILA I:149:3
MCNUTT, PAUL V. POSING WITH
FILIPINOS AND AMERICANS II:18:5
MCNUTT, PAUL V. TAKING OATH OF
OFFICE I:72:13
MCNUTT, PAUL V. WITH JOSEPH THOMAS
AT THE MANILA POLO CLUB II:18:4
MCNUTT, PAUL V. WITH PRES. MANUEL
ROXAS, ELPIDIO QUIRINO, AND
DOUGLAS MACARTHUR (1946)
I:138:9
MCNUTT, PAUL V., ET AL., AT AN ARMY
LUNCHEON (1937) V:5:67
MEDICAL AID TO WOUNDED AMERICANS
(WWII) I:43:1I:43:1-2
MEDICS HELPING A JUMP CASUALTY
WHILE TROOPER GUARDS THEIR
POSITION, CORREGIDOR V:11:25
MEDINA, FLORENCIO II:74:56
MEDINA, SARA COLLINS I:5:2
MEDIUM TANK BLASTS JAP PILLBOX IN
MANILA (FEBRUARY 1945)
I:107:15
MEESE, EDWIN (COUNSELOR, REAGAN
ADMINISTRATION) II:43:1II:43:1-3
MEETING IN IRAN (JIMMY CARTER WITH
KING HUSSEIN AND THE SHAH OF
IRAN) II:11:25
MEHL, B. R. (1959) I:114I:114- A:3
MEIM, EUSTAQUIO V. I:11:7, 3131-32
MEIM, JOHN II:61:17
MEIN, JOHN GORDON WITH WILLIAM
STEVENSON AND EULOGIO
RODRIGUEZ II:26:13
MELCHOR, ALEJANDRO
ALEJAND RO I:166:45, 47
MELIAN, ANTONIO I:7:32
MELLOR, JOHN E. I:166:44
MEMBERS OF THE REAGAN AND BUSH
FAMILIES AT THE INAUGURAL PARADE
II:12II:12-A:22A:22-23
MEMORIAL DAY RITES (MAY 31, 1976) II:62II:62A:42
MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE I:118:1I:118:1- 8
MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE AT THE AMERICAN
CEMETERY I:118:1I:118:1- 8
MEMORIAL SERVICE AT ABM & CEMETERY
(MAY 5, 1966) II:62II:62-A:51A:51- 54
MEN AT WORK AT CORDILLERA MOUNTAINS
V:16:6
TH
MEN OF THE 17 U. S. INFANTRY CROSSING
A SWAMP IN PURSUIT OF DATU ALI, LED
BY GEN.
GE N. MCCOY I:137:53
MEN OF THE SULU SEA (1945) I:122:48
MEN OF THE SULU SEA BY HELEN FOLLET
(PHOTOS OF SULU) I:122:86I:122:86-89, 93
MEN WHO CAPTURED AGUINALDO (MARCH
23, 1901) I:1:11I:1:11 -12; I:131:6; I:159:85
MENDOZA, ESTELITO I:69:8
MENESES, ANGEL P. (JUNE 15,1960)
15,1960) II:62:7
MENESES, JOAQUIN WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL STAFF
(NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
MENZI, HANS II:44:1II:44:1- 2
MERCADO, AGUSTIN I:66:23, 33
MERICAN LUMINARIES II:34II:34-51
MERRITT, WESLEY (GEN.) WITH GEN. E. S.
OTIS AND MEN (1898(1898-) III:A5:2, 8
MERRITT, WESLEY (MAJ. GEN.) I:169:9
MERZ (JP HEILBRONN CO.) I:8:6
I:8:6
MESS HALL, SUBIC (OLONGAPO) I:162:18
MESS ON THE BATTLEFIELD (1900(1900 -)
III:A3:98
MESTIZA ESPANOLA I:51:17I:51:17 -21
METROPOLITAN ENGINE UNDER TEST (1913)
V:7:87
METROPOLITAN THEATER (POSTCARDS)
I:111:21I:111:21-22
ST
MEXICAN FIGHTER SQUADRON (201 ), IN
THE SQUADRON AREA
AREA IN PORAC, A TOWN
NEAR CLARK FIELD (1946) III:A11:61
MEYER COLLECTION I:118I:118- A:1A:1-23
MEYER FAMILY (1927) I:118I:118-A:5
MEYER FAMILY’S BEACH HOUSE (1934)
I:118I:118- A:14
MEYER, BRUCE WITH ERWIN VOSTER, AND
JOHN MANNING V:9:84
MEYER, FRED (COLLECTION) I:118I:118-A:1
A: 1- 23
MEYER, FREDERICK I:118I:118-A:2, 5, 7, 9
MEYER, FREDERICK WITH MANUEL
ROXAS I:118I:118-A:2
MEYER, MILTON (1927) I:118I:118-A:5
MEYER, PAUL A. V:9:44V:9:44- 45
MEYER, RICHARD (1927) I:118I:118 -A:5
MEYER, RUTH SCHACHT I:118I:118-A:10
ND
MEYER’S 2 RESIDENCE I:118I:118 -A:11
MIARAYON (BUKIDNON)
(B UKIDNON) I:37:14I:37:14- 15
MIARAYON VALLEY (BUKIDNON) I:37:15
MILES (GENERAL & MRS. IN CEBU)
I:42:15
MILITARY BASES AGREEMENT
DISCUSSIONS WITH AMB. WILLIAM
MC. BLAIR, SECRETARY OF FOREIGN
AFFAIRS NARCISO RAMOS, JOSE D.
INGLES AND GAUTTIER BISNAR
(1966) II:27:12
MILITARY CAMPS I:119:1I:119:1-45
MILITARY CAMPS (SAMAR) I:119:22I:119:22 -45
MILITARY FUNERAL I:3:9
MILITARY TROOPS AT BAGUIO V:10:4
MILKMEN OF MANILA (1898(1898 -) III:A5:53
MILLER, EDWARD (GOV.) WITH W. C.
FORBES,
FORBE S, FAIRBANKS AND PARTY IN
PALAWAN I:126:12
MILLER, HANK I:5:34
MILLER, HENRY AND MRS. MILLER, WITH
MR. AND MRS. A. V. H. HARTENDORP,
AND AMB. AND MRS. HENRY A.
BYROADE II:45:8
MILLER, HENRY L (DIRECTOR OF U.S.
INFORMATION
INFORMATION SERVICE, 1967)
II:45:1II:45:1-9
MILLER, HENRY L. AWARDED BY PRES.
FERDINAND E. MARCOS II:45:5
MILLER, HENRY WITH AMB. HENRY A.
BYROADE AND ROYAL D. BISBEE, JR.
(MARCH 25, 1970) II:45:6
MILLIGAN, CLARK (ICA MISSION IN
MANILA) I:166:18I:166:18 -19
MILNE FAMILY REUNION IN CEBU I:66:5
MILNE, DANNY, I:66:5
MILNE, DEBBIE I:66:5
MILNE, LUCIE I:66:5
MILNE, WILLIAM I:66:5
MINDANAO – 18981898- 1940 I:119I:119 -A:1A:1-35
MINDANAO – 19421942- 1945 I:120:1I:120:1 -18
MINDANAO
MINDANAO – 1945 (MOUNTED) I:120:14
18
MINDANAO (APRIL 17, 1945) I:120:3I:120:3- 4
MINDANAO (RUINS) I:120:3I:120:3 -4
MINDANAO BODIES (BANQUET AT THE
MANILA HOTEL) I:117:19
MINDANAO DATU AND WIVES I:55:14
MINDANAO MAP (1903) I:119I:119-A:27
MINDANAO SEA SCENE I:59:26I:59:26 -29
MINDANAO, OPERATION IN I:170:16
MINDORO LUMBER COMPANY, BALER,
TAYABAS (1913) V:7:7:40
MINEFIELD ON VITO CRUZ, MANILA,
ILLUSTRATES THE TENDENCY TO MIX ALL
AVAILABLE TYPES OF MINES I:170:18
MINERS AT BAGUIO V:10:17
MINETTE, THOMAS AND BEAUMONT LOWER
V:9:69
MIRAS, TOMAS WITH LEONARD G. DAWSON
AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL STAFF
(NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
MISAMIS ORIENTAL (PROVINCE) I:143:17I:143:17 -18
MISAMIS. GROUP OF AMERICAN AND
FILIPINOS (1900) I:137:66
MISCELLANEOUS
MISCELLANEOUS (KIP MOORE COLLECTION)
V:22:1V:22:1-20
MISCELLANEOUS
MISCELLANEOUS PHOTOS I:184:1I:184:1 -11;
I:185:1I:185:1 -28; I:186:1I:186:1 -71; II:62:18
MITCHELL (GEN. & MRS.), BILLY WITH
NEGRITOS III:A11:20
MITCHELL, BILLY (GEN.), 1924 III:A11:20III:A11:20-21
MITCHELL, BILLY WITH GEN. EMILIO
AGUINALDO (1924) III:A11:21
MITCHELL, W. E. WITH MARSH THOMSON,
THOMSON, ET
AL. V:9:14
MITRA, RAMON AT THE COCKPIT V:19:50
MITRA, RAMON V., JR. V:20:4V:20:4-20
MITRA, RAMON V., JR. WITH JOSE
COJUANGCO JR., ET AL.
AL. V:20:1V:20:1-2
MOAT FILLING IN MANILA V:5:23
MOBILE CAVALRY, CAMP
STOTSENBERG/CLARK AIR BASE
(1899/1949) III:A11:11
MOBILE
MOB ILE CAVALRY, CLARK AIR BASE (1949)
III:A11:11
MOBILE MALARIA CONTROL UNIT IN
MINDANAO I:166:2
MODE OF CARRYING LOADS (1898(1898 -)
III:A5:103
MODERN 1010- INCH GUN AND FORTIFICATIONS
ON PASIG RIVER, END OF LUNETA (1898(1898) III:A5:150
MODERN 1010- INCH GUN AND MAGAZINES,
MAGAZINES,
OVERLOOKING MANILA BAY FROM
WALLED CITY (1898(1898-) III:A5:149
MODERN AMERICAN CATALOG, MANILA
(1900(1900 -) III:A6:14
MODERN AMERICAN HOUSE, MANILA
(1900(1900 -) III:A6:14
MODERN APARTMENT HOUSE, MANILA
(RUINS) III:A8:40, 44, 49
MOHAMMAD REZA PAHLAVI (SHAH OF
IRAN)
IRAN) WITH JIMY CARTER AND KING
HUSSEIN II:11:25
MOLAVE TOP WITH LIMBS 20 INCHES IN
DIAMETER WHICH WAS LEFT IN THE
WOODS (1913) V:7:49
MOLAVE WITH A TYPICAL SHORT BOLE
AND LARGE SPREADING LIMBS (1913)
V:7:39
MOLINA, TOMAS I:66:7
I:66:7
MOLUKO (MINDANAO) I:7:25
MONAWON WOMEN V:15:8
MONCADA CENTRAL SCHOOL BUILDING,
TARLAC (1913) V:7:4
MONDALE FAMILY IN THE PHILIPPINES
(1980) II:14:46
MONDALE, WALTER – VISIT TO THE
PHILIPPINES, 1980 II:14:38II:14:38 -49
MONDALE, WALTER (MRS.) II:14:44
II:14: 4444-46
MONDALE, WALTER (U.S. VICE
PRESIDENT, 19771977-1981) II:14:34II:14:3443, 4646- 47
MONDALE, WALTER AND MRS. MONDALE
II:14:46
MONDALE, WALTER WELCOMED AT
DEWEY BOULEVARD (1980)
II:14:48II:14:48-49
MONETARY BOARD IN SESSION I:186:51
MONKEY CAGE, BOTANICAL
BOTANICAL GARDENS,
MANILA (POSTCARD) III:A22:60
III:A22: 60
MONKEY CANYON BRIDGE I:18:1; V:5:6
MONROE, JAMES (U.S. PRESIDENT,
18171817-1825) II:1:4
MONTANA BATTERY BOYS (1898(1898 -)
III:A5:25
MONTE DE PIEDAD. MANILA
MAN ILA (POSTCARD)
III:A22:34
MONTES, SYLVIA I:166:41
MONTHLY MUSTER INSPECTION OF
COLONIST AT THE IWAHIG PENAL
COLONY I:84:20
MONTILLA, LUIS I:66:11
MONTILLA, JOSEPHINA I:66:10
MOORE, HOWARD S. I:53:1
MOORE, KIP COLLECTION V:15V:15- 22
MOORER, THOMAS II:46:1II:46:1-8
MOORER, THOMAS WITH M. L. PERALTA,
D.J. WALSH, A. M. SANTOS,
SANTOS, AND
AMB. WILLIAM E. STEVENSON II:46:6
II:46:6--7
MOPPING UP JAP SUICIDE GROUPS IN
CORREGIDOR CAVES I:49:15
MOPPING UP OF THE JAP FORCES IN
CORREGIDOR I:87:9
MOPPING UP OPERATIONS ON CORREGIDOR
I:49:10
MORALES, ALFREDO T. WITH WILLIAM E.
E.
STEVENSON, CICERO D. CALDERON,
REUBEN MANALAYSAY AND ROBERT
SILLIMAN AT THE SILLIMAN UNIVERSITY,
DUMAGUETE II:26:17
MORAN (JUSTICE) I:117:23
MORE PHILIPPINE PEOPLE ARE LIBERATED
AS JAPANESE LINES ARE BROKEN
I:95:11I:95:11 -12
MORO BOYS I:9:1
MORO BROTHERS OF SIASI ISLAND I:122:77
MORO CHILD AT CAGAYAN DE SULU I:65:2
MORO CHILD, HALFHALF-NAKED I:65:2
MORO CHILDREN I:122:4, 13
MORO CHILDREN AT THEIR WATER SPORTS
I:122:55
MORO CHILDREN WITH COL. GORDON
JOHNSTON I:122:4
MORO CONSTABULARY I:122:1I:122:1-2
MORO DANCING GIRLS (1900(1900-) III:A3:103
MORO DATOS (CHIEFS) OF LANAO, OF THE
GRAND (PULANGI) RIVER OF MINDANAO
I:122:11
MORO DATOS/DATUS/CHIEFS OF MINDANAO
I:122:8I:122:8 -12, 3333-34
MORO DATTO FROM MINDANAO I:122:85
MORO DATTOS AT ZAMBOANGA (POSTCARD)
III:A22:116
MORO DATU WITH UMBRELLA HOLDER AND
BODYGUARDS I:122:9
MORO ENLISTEES IN ZAMBOANGA (PHIL(PHIL-AM
WAR) V:5:25
MORO FISHING BOATS (POSTCARD) I:119I:119 A:22
MORO GIRL OF JOLO I:122:79
MORO GONGS I:122:52
MORO HOUSE I:122:51
MORO HOUSE IN THE SULU ISLANDS
I:122:65
I:122:6 5
MORO KIDS DANCING I:122:56
MORO MAIZE AT SINGALONG EXPERIMENT
STATION (1913) V:7:21
MORO MARKET AT GANASI (MINDANAO)
I:119I:119- A:33
MORO MARKET AT GINASI (EVANS
COLLECTION) I:119I:119 -A:33
MORO OF BASILAN ISLAND, SOUTH
OF ZAMBOANGA, WITH BOLO AND
KRIS I:183:37
I:183: 37
MORO OF SIASI ISLAND I:122:83
MORO SCOUT SOLDIER IN
ZAMBOANGA I:183:19
MORO SPEAR DANCE I:122:53
MORO SPEAR DANCE (1900(1900 -)
III:A3:102
MORO STORE I:122:54
MORO VINTAS AT ZAMBOANGA
I:183:69
MORO WEAPONS (POSTCARD) I:119I:119A:23
MORO WEDDING AT PARANG, SULU
I:122:62
MORO WOMAN I:122:82
MORO WOMAN WITH HER CHILD
I:122:87
MOROS CARRY A WOOD SAMPLE
(1913) V:7:57
MOROS OF BASILAND ISLAND
I:122:3
MOROS OF LANAO I:90:3
MOROS OF MINDANAO I:9:7; I:90:3;
I:122:1I:122:1 -14, 46, 63, 7878 -79
MOROS OF THE MIDDLE CLASS
I:122:78
MOROS OF ZAMBOANGA I:122:63
MOROS OF ZAMBOANGA WITH CAPT.
FINLEY I:122:46
MOROS ON LAKE LIGUASAN
(MINDANAO) I:119I:119 -A:10
MOROS ON THE PLANTATION I:9:7
MORRIS, ROBERT WITH GEORGE
WASHINGTON AND ALEXANDER
HAMILTON (PAINTING) II:2:3
MORRO CASTLE, HAVANA HARBOR
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:154
MORTAR PLATOON FIRING ON
JAPANESEJAPANESE -HELD POSITIONS,
CORREGIDOR V:11:29
MORTON, HERWALD H. II:61:21
ND
MOSES, BERNARD WITH THE 2
PHILIPPINE COMMISSION I:132I:132 A:2
MOSHER (BISHOP) AT BRENT
SCHOOL, BAGUIO (1928) V:8:53
MOSHER,
MOSHER, FRANK (RT. REV.
GOUVERNEUR) I:150:96I:150:96- 98
MOSQUE ON SULU ISLANDS I:122:88
MOSS, DAVID WITH TOM CARTER, ET AL V:9:5
MOTHER AND CHILD V:15:3
MOTHER AND CHILD (1910) III:A1:10
MOTHS (KIP MOORE COLLECTION) V:21:1V:21:1103
MOTION PICTURES (BILLBOARDS) I:106:22
I:106: 22
MOUNT APO (COTABATO) I:52:8
MOUNT MAYON (BICOL) I:134:59
MOUNT PINATUBO I:66:2; I:134:60I:134:60-62
MOUNT PINATUBO ERUPTION I:134:62
MOUNT RUSHMORE MEMORIAL (SOUTH
DAKOTA) I:185:10
MOUNT SAMAT I:134:34I:134:34-35
MOUNT SAMAT (EASTERN SLOPE) I:134:34
MOUNTAIN ARTILLERY
ARTILLERY I:129:42, 4444 -45
MOUNTAIN ARTILLERY I:131:31
MOUNTAIN CLUB (BAGUIO) I:121:47
MOUNTAIN GUN I:131:31
MOUNTAIN PROVICE SCENES (1900(1900-)
III:A12:6III:A12:6 -14, 2020- 22, 4242 -47, 5757- 58, 63,
100, 102, 104104-105, 109, 112; III:A6:51III:A6:5172, 9191- 92, 9494-104; III:A7:1III:A7:1- 23, 2525- 33
MOUNTAIN PROVINCE I:121:1I:121:1-48
MOUNTAIN PROVINCE (EVANS COLLECTION)
I:121:44I:121:44-47
MOUNTAIN PROVINCE OFFICIALS AND
GOVERNOR EVANS I:64:3
MOUNTAIN STUDIO (BAGUIO) I:76:66
MOUNTAINS (CEBU) I:42:55I:42:55 -58
RD
MOUSTACHE CLUB, 3 PURSUIT SQUADRON,
CLARK FIELD (JANUARY
(JANUARY 1932) III:A11:37
MOWER, CHARLES E. (TOMB) I:3:1I:3:1-3
MOYNIHAN, DANIEL P. (AMBASSADOR TO THE
UNITED NATIONS, 19741974 -1977) II:47:1II:47:1-8
MOYNIHAN, DANIEL WITH INDIA’S PRIME
MINISTER INDIRA GHANDI II:47:8
MRS. KENNEDY AT GRAVESITE II:7:4
MSA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
PROJE CTS I:166:21
MT. MAYON (BICOL) I:134:59
MT. PINATUBO I:66:2; I:134:60I:134:60- 62
MT. RUSHMORE MEMORIAL (SOUTH DAKOTA)
I:185:10
MT. SAMAT I:134:34I:134:34- 35
MT. SAMAT (EASTERN SLOPE) I:134:34
MUD AND STONE DWELLINGS I:77:17I:77:17 -20
MULITA RIVER (BUKIDNON) I:37:8
MUMMY CAVES (BAGUIO) I:17:20I:17:20 -21
MUNDT, KARL E. (SEN.)WITH THE AMERICAN
BATTLE MONUMENTS COMMISSION AT
MANILA AIRPORT (1960) III:A13:24
MUNGO GROWN AS A COVER CROP IN RICE
FIELD DURING DRY SEASON
(1913) V:7:22
MUNI, DOROTHY I:8:9
MUNICIPAL BUILDING
B UILDING OF BATANGAS
I:144:6
MUNICIPAL BUILDING, OLONGAPO
(POSTCARD) I:162:16
MUNICIPAL BUILDING, WITH STATUE
OF KING KAMEHAMEHAI,
HONOLULU (1900(1900-) III:A3:166
MUNICIPAL HALL OF VIGAN, ILOCOS
SUR (1950) I:175:7
MUNICIPAL SCHOOL (MALATE)
I:103:5I:103:5 -7; I:110:25
I:110:25
RD
MUNTON, C. H. (LT., 23 U.S.
INFANTRY OFFICER, 1898)
III:A5:118
MURPHY, ED WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON, ET AL AT S. S. BURNET
(1943) V:12:1
MURPHY, FRANK (GOV. GEN.)
I:133:1I:133:1 -4, 66- 7, 1111- 13, 16
MURPHY, FRANK I:72:14
MURPHY, FRANK AT THE LIBERTY
HALL PARTY,
PARTY, MANILA (1913)
V:6:39V:6:39-46
MURPHY, FRANK WITH PROVINCIAL
GOVERNORS (1934) I:137:55
MURPHY, MARGARETTA FITLER
II:17:1II:17:1- 3
MURPHY, RICHARD W. (U.S.
AMBASSADOR, JUNE 19781978 AUGUST 1981) II:32:1II:32:1-32
MURPHY, RICHARD W. I:5:23I:5:23-33;
I:7:14; I:89:7I:89:7 -11; I:167:3
MURPHY, RICHARD W. (MRS.) I:7:14;
I:161:15; I:89:10
MURPHY, RICHARD W. (MRS.)
II:32:14II:32:14-21
MURPHY, RICHARD W. AND FAMILY
II:32:12, 2020- 21
MURPHY, RICHARD W. AND FAMILY
AT THE CHURCH OF THE HOLY
TRINITY (DECEMBER 9, 1979)
II:32:20II:32:20-21
MURPHY, RICHARD W. AND
AND MRS.
MURPHY, ET AL WITH MRS.
IMELDA R. MARCOS II:32:14
MURPHY, RICHARD W. AND MRS.
MURPHY, WITH CARMELO
BARBERO (1981) II:32:7
MURPHY, RICHARD W. AT BATAAN CAPITAGAN
WATER SYSTEM INAUGURATION II:32:2
MURPHY, RICHARD W. AT THE BANGUITBANGUITPUNTOD IRRIGATION
IRRIGATI ON SYSTEM IN
CABUTUAN, ILOILO II:32:8II:32:8- 9
MURPHY, RICHARD W. AT THE PHILIPPINE
PLAZA HOTEL (1981) II:32:3
MURPHY, RICHARD W. VISIT TO NAGA, CEBU
II:32:22II:32:22-32
MURPHY, RICHARD W. WITH ABUCAY, BATAAN
MAYOR, MAXIMA C. DELA FUENTE
II:32:13
MURPHY, RICHARD W. WITH
W ITH CARLOS P.
ROMULO II:75:55
MURPHY, RICHARD W. WITH U.S. EMBASSY
PERSONNEL II:32:4II:32:4- 6
MURPHY, RICHARD WITH CARLOS P. ROMULO
(AUGUST 1979) I:166:36
MURPHY, ROBERT E. V:9:46
MURPHY. RICHARD W. IS SWORN IN AS
AMERICAN AMBASSADOR BY DOROTHY
PADGETT.
MURRAY,
MURRAY, C. H. (CAPT.) WITH GEN. E. S. OTIS
AND STAFF (1898(1898-) III:A5:9
MUSICAL SOIREE (MARCH 1928) I:118I:118-A:7
MUSKIE, EDMUND WITH JIMMY CARTER, ET
AL. II:11:22
MUSLIM FILIPINOS I:122:1I:122:1 - 93
MUSLIM FILIPINOS (1914(1914-1916) III:A2
MUSLIM WOMEN OF PACIJAN ISLAND,
MINDANAO I:122:16
MUSLIMS (FROM THE BOOK OF HELEN
FOLLET. MEN OF THE SULU SEA (1945)
I:122:86I:122:86-89, 93
MUSLIMS (FROM THE BOOK OF SYDNEY
CLOMAN. MYSELF AND A FEW MOROS
(1923) I:122:48I:122:48-65, 76, 7878 -79, 8181 -85
MUSLIMS IN WAR DRESS I:122:47
MUSLIMS OF CAGAYAN DE
DE SULU I:122:19I:122:19 -20
MUSLIMS OF INDONAN, MINDANAO I:122:40I:122:4041
MUSLIMS OF JOLO, MINDANAO I:122:29I:122:29- 30
MUSLIMS OF MARGOSATUBIG, MINDANAO
I:122:23I:122:23-27
MUSLIMS OF PACIJAN ISLAND, MINDANAO
I:122:16I:122:16-17
MUSLIMS OF PARANG, MINDANAO I:122:15
MUSLIMS OF SIBUTU ISLAND,
ISLAND, MINDANAO
I:122:39
MUSLIMS OF SOCOL ISLAND, MINDANAO
I:122:21I:122:21-22
MUSLIMS OF SOUTH UBIAN, MINDANAO
I:122:18
MUSNI, DOMINGO WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL
STAFF (NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
MY GRAIN IS SAFE I:166:37
MYERS, ALICE I:66:10
MYRICK, CONRAD I:6:2I:6:2-3
MYSELF AND A FEW MOROS BY SYDNEY
CLOMAN (PHOTOS OF MOROS
/MINDANAO) I:122:48I:122:48- 65, 7878-79,
8181- 85
[N]
N. & B. STABLES (AD) I:186:2
NABLE, JOSE C. II:75:11
NAGASAKI, JAPAN (1900(1900-) III:A3:174
NANUD, LUPO I:66:7
NAS CUBI POINT CEREMONIES
CEREM ONIES I:53:11
NAS CUBI POINT COMMISSIONING I:53:2I:53:26, 8, 1111-13
NATIONAL CITY BANK (1946) I:106:23I:106:23 24
NATIONAL CITY BANK, FIRST, BINONDO
(1947/48) V:5:58
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF NEGRO WOMEN
WITH MRS. MARY D. EISENHOWER
II:6:6II:6:6-7
NATIONAL PRESS CLUB. OF
OF THE
PHILIPPINES WITH U.S. VICE PRES.
RICHARD M. NIXON (1956) II:9:13
TH
NATIONAL STUDENTS CONFERENCE, 11
(BAGUIO, 19251925 -1926) I:118I:118-A:4
NATIVE BANCA – PASIG RIVER—
RIVER— MANILA
(POSTCARD) III:A22:10
III:A22:10
NATIVE CHILDREN, NUEVA CACERES,
SOUTH CAMARINES (1900(1900-)
III:A3:23
NATIVE CHILDREN, SOUTHERN LUZON
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:101
NATIVE CONSTABULARY I:131:10
NATIVE CUBAN CHILDREN, SANTIAGO
PROVINCE (1900(1900-) III:A3:147
NATIVE DWELLING, INERIOR OF LUZON (
STEREOVIEW PHOTO DONATED BY
CELLAR BOOK SHOP) I:134:30
NATIVE FILIPINO
F ILIPINO HUT SERVES AS
QUARTERS FOR GROUP OF U. S.
SOLDIERS (1899) I:132:11
NATIVE FILIPINOS WITH AFRICANAFRICAN -AMERICAN
AND WHITE AMERICANS I:159:70
NATIVE FISHERMEN ON THE PASIG RIVER
(1898(1898 -) III:A5:77
NATIVE FISHING BOAT, MANILA (POSTCARD)
I:111:6
NATIVE FRUIT VENDER, MANILA (1900(1900-)
III:A3:44
NATIVE FRUIT VENDORS, MANILA (MOUNTED)
I:109:3
NATIVE GATHERING TUBA FROM COCOANUTS
(POSTCARD) I:134:44
NATIVE HOMES ON THE TYPHOON SWEPT
BATANES ISLANDS (POSTCARD)
III:A22:101
NATIVE HOUSE (1900
(19 0000-) III:A6:50
NATIVE HOUSES (1898(1898 -) III:A5:59
NATIVE HOUSES OF NIPA (POSTCARD)
I:142:18
NATIVE LAUNDRY, MANILA (POSTCARD)
I:111:7
NATIVE MARKET SHOWING SHACKS, MANILA
(1913) V:7:107
NATIVE NIPA HOUSE, MANILA (POSTCARD)
I:142:19
NATIVE SCHOOL CHILDREN
CHILDREN WITH AMERICAN
TEACHERS, LEONARD WOOD, WILLIAM H.
TAFT AT BAGUIO I:164:21
NATIVE TOWN AND BOAT (1900(1900 -) III:A3:79
NATIVE TRIBES AT WAR (1900(1900-) III:A3:110
NATIVE VILLAGE ALONG THE PASIG RIVER
(POSTCARD) III:A22:93
NATIVE VILLAGE (1898) I:134:31; III:A5:133
NATIVE VILLAGE (1900(1900 -) III:A3:25
NATIVE VILLAGE PEOPLE (1900(1900 -) III:A3:12
NATIVE WATERWATER- CLOSETS, MANILA (1913)
V:7:104
NATIVE WOMEN BATHING, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:168
NATIVES AND BOAT, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:170
NATIVES LOADING AND UNLOADING VESSELS,
MANILA HARBOR (1900(1900 -) III:A3:38
NATIVES OF MINDANAO IN WAR DRESS
I:122:47
NATIVES OF ZAMBOANGA (1900(1900 -) III:A3:106
NAUSHON RECORDS (FISHEMAN’S ISLAND,
OCTOBER 2, 1938) I:134:33
NAVAL HOSPITAL SURGICAL WARD (CAVITE)
(CAVITE )
I:41:4
NAVAL HOSPITAL SURGICAL WARD, CANAO,
CAVITE (POSTCARD) I:129:47
NAVAL RESERVIST’S AND D.O.W. MEN
SHOVING OFF FOR HOME FROM
U.S.S. MAINE (JULY 1919) I:162:36
NAVARRETTE, JUAN WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL
STAFF (NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
V:12:9
NAVY BOMBERS BLAST JAP SHIPS IN
MANILA BAY I:107:6
NAZARENO, RODOLFO L. (JUNE 15, 1960)
II:62:7
NEBRASKA BOYS IN CAMP AT SANTA
MESA (1898(1898 -) III:A5:74
NEBRASKA REGIMENT I:158:8I:158:8-11
NEBRASKA REGIMENT MARCHING INTO
MANILA (AUGUST 13, 1898)
I:158:9I:158:9 -11
NEBRES, BIENVENIDO F., S.J. I:5:58
TH
NEFF, G. W. (MAJ., 10 PENNSYLVANIA
VOLUNTEER INFANTRY OFFICER,
1898) III:A5:139
NEGRITO CHIEF LUCAS’ SON AND
GRANDSON WITH M. M. BARON AT
CAMP STOTSENBERG (1919)
III:A11:16
NEGRITO WOMAN SHOWING RELATIVE
SIZE (1913) V:7:140
NEGRITOS (TRIBE) I:54:31I:54:31- 34
NEGRITOS HUNTERS I:54:32I:54:32-34
NEGROPONTE, JOHN D. I:5:58
NEGROPONTE, JOHN D. AND LEWIS E.
GLEECK (1995) V:5:58V:5:58- 59
NEGROS (PROVINCE) I:123:1I:123:1-5
NEGROS OCCIDENTAL (1913) V:7:24V:7:24-25
NEGROS OCCIDENTAL TRACK AND FIELD
SQUAD (1913) V:7:11
NEGROS, CEBU AND BOHOL (MAP)
I:170:19
NELSON, DAVID R. (PHOTOGRAPHER)
I:64I:64-A:1A:1- 2
NET FISHING I:134:4
NETZORG, JOCK AT THE GRAVE OF
THOMAS PRITCHARD V:9:124
NEVADA TRANSPORT ON SMOKE
I:172:13, 33
NEVINS, ALLAN
ALLAN I:5:53; I:6:11
NEW AMBASSADOR ARRIVES
(SPRUANCE) II:21:2
NEW BRIDGE, MANILA (1880(1880 -1900)
III:A14:7
NEW GUINEA (21 JULY 19421942 -11 MAY
1945) MAP III:A13:17
NEWSOM, DAVID D. (U.S. AMBASSADOR,
NOVEMBER 19771977 -MARCH 1978) I:5:21;
II:31:1II:31:1- 11
NEWSOM, DAVID D. AND MRS. NEWSOM
MEETS THE PRESS II:31:7
NEWSOM, DAVID D. AND MRS. NEWSOM, ET
AL. AT THE AIRPORT II:31:7II:31:7 -8
NEWSOM, DAVID D. PRESENTS HIS
CREDENTIALS TO PRES. FERDINAND E.
MARCOS (NOVEMBER 11, 1977) II:31:1
NEWSOM, DAVID D. SPEAKS BEFORE THE U.S.
EMBASSY
EMBASSY PERSONNEL II:31:10II:31:10-11
NEWSOM. DAVID D. HANDSHAKES WITH
PRES. FERDINAND E. MARCOS
(NOVEMBER 11, 1977) II:31:4
NG, NORA I:66:10
NIBLOCK, THOMAS C. (U.S. AID) I:166:35, 42,
4747- 50
NIBLOCK, THOMAS C. (U. S. AID DIRECTOR)
WITH GERARDO SICAT SIGNING
FINANCIAL
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE AGREEMENT
I:166:35
NICHOLS AIR FIELD (JUNE(JUNE - DECEMBER 1945)
III:A10:29
RD
NICHOLS, W. A. (COL., 23 U.S. INFANTRY
OFFICER, 1898) III:A5:118
NIETO, MANUEL, JR. II:75:12II:75:12-13
NIGHT FIRING IN LEYTE GULF I:93:14
NIMITZ, CHESTER W. (ADM.) I:169:71
I:169:7 1
NIPA HOUSE (MANILA) I:105:1
NIPA HOUSE (POSTCARD) I:142:3, 39
NIPA HOUSE BY THE RIVER (1910) III:A1:11
NIPA HOUSE, MANILA (POSTCARD) I:142:2
NIPA HOUSES I:134:27I:134:27 -31, 41
NIPA HOUSES (1880(1880 -1900) III:A14:25
NIPA HOUSES (1900(1900 -) III:A1:5, 11; III:A6:50;
III:A6:50;
III:A5:62
NIPA HOUSES (ERMITA) I:62:1I:62:1-4; I:110:21
NIPA HOUSES (POSTCARDS) I:142:1I:142:1- 9
NIPA HOUSES BY THE BAY I:142:8
NIPA HOUSES IN ZAMBOANGA (POSCARD)
I:183:3
NIPA HUT (1910) III:A1:5
NIPA HUTS (CEBU) I:42:12
NIPA HUTS (REST AREA FOR U. S.
VOLUNTEERS)
VOLUNTEER S) I:130:114I:130:114- 115
NIPA PALM (POSTCARD) I:142:27
NIPA PALM, FROM WHICH ROOFS AND SIDES
OF HOUSES ARE MADE, CULION ISLAND
(1913) V:7:45
NITE TEMPLE SHRINERS (MANILA HOTEL,
NOVEMBER 16, 1950) I:117:17I:117:17-18
NIXON ARRIVAL IS THIRD VISIT FOR A
U.S. PRESIDENT (1956)
(1956) II:9:6II:9:6-18
NIXON, THELMA R. AND PRES. NIXON
WITH PRES. AND MRS. MARCOS AND
THEIR SON, FERDINAND, JR. (1969)
II:9:19
NIXON, RICHARD AND FAMILY I:66:25
NIXON, RICHARD M. AND MRS. NIXON
TOURING CORREGIDOR ISLAND
WITH PRES. AND MRS. RAMON
MAGSAYSAY (1956) II:9:16
NIXON, RICHARD M. – VISIT TO THE
PHILIPPINES, 1956 II:9:2II:9:2-18
NIXON, RICHARD M. – VISIT TO THE
PHILIPPINES, 1969 II:9:19
NIXON, RICHARD M. WITH RAYMOND
SPRUANCE, MARIQUIT LOPEZ,
RAMON MAGSAYSAY, EUGENIO
LOPEZ AND MRS. NIXON AT RALLY
BY THE
THE MANILA JUNIOR CHAMBER
OF COMMERCE (1956) II:9:14
NIXON, RICHARD M. (U.S. PRESIDENT,
19691969-1974) II:1:35; II:9:1II:9:1- 27
NIXON, RICHARD M. AND HENRY A.
KISSINGER II:9:20II:9:20-22
NIXON, RICHARD M. AND MRS. NIXON
WITH PRES. AND MRS. FERDINAND
MARCOS, AND FERDINAND JR.
(1969) II:9:19
NIXON, RICHARD M. AT A RALLY BY THE
MANILA JUNIOR CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE (1956) II:9:14
NIXON, RICHARD M. AT THE CAMPUS OF
THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF THE
PHILIPPINES (1956) II:9:17
NIXON, RICHARD M. CONGRATULATES
PRES.
PRES. JOHN F. KENNEDY, VICE
PRES. LYNDON B. JOHNSON LOOKS
ON (JANUARY 1961) II:9:27
NIXON, RICHARD M. PRESENTED
MESSAGE FROM PRES.
EISENHOWER TO PRES. ELPIDIO
QUIRINO (1956) II:9:12
NIXON, RICHARD M. RECEIVES A
SOUVENIR FROM POPE PAUL VI AT
VATICAN CITY (JUNE
(J UNE 1963) II:9:24
NIXON, RICHARD M. SPEAKING AT MANILA
GRANDSTAND (1956) II:9:6
NIXON, RICHARD M. VISIT WITH THE
NATIONAL PRESS CLUB OF THE
PHILIPPINES (1956) II:9:13
NIXON, RICHARD M. VISITING THE ALABANG
STOCK FARM OF THE PHILIPPINE
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY
I NDUSTRY (1956)
II:9:18
NIXON, RICHARD M. WITH EULOGIO
RODRIGUEZ (1956) II:9:11
NIXON, RICHARD M. WITH FERNANDO LOPEZ
(1956) II:9:9
NIXON, RICHARD M. WITH HENRY A.
KISSINGER AND BOGDAN CRNOBRNJA
II:9:21
NIXON, RICHARD M. WITH JOSE ASPIRAS AND
J. V. CRUZ (1956) II:9:13
NIXON, RICHARD M. WITH MRS. NIXON AT
FINCH COLLEGE IN NEW YORK II:9:25
NIXON, RICHARD M. WITH PHILIPPINE
PRESIDENTS; AGUINALDO, OSMENA AND
GARCIA (1956) II:9:5, 15
NIXON, RICHARD M. WITH VICE PRES. SPIRO
T. AGNEW II:9:23
NIXON, RICHARD M., THEN AS VICE
PRESIDENT WHILE VISITING MANILA IN
NOVEMBER 22, 1953 AT THE RESIDENCE
OF J. ANTONIO ARANETA II:9:1
NIXON, RICHARD WITH CLARO M. RECTO
(1956) II:9:10
NIXON, RICHARD WITH EDUARDO
ROMUALDEZ II:75:51
NIXON, THELMA R. (PAT) AT A RALLY BY THE
THE
MANILA JUNIOR CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE WITH U.S. VICE PRES.
RICHARD M. NIXON AS SPEAKER (1956)
II:9:14
NIXON, THELMA R. WITH MMES. WALLACE,
AGNEW AND HUMPREY II:9:26
NIXON, THELMA R. WITH RICHARD M. NIXON
AT FINCH COLLEGE IN NEW YORK II:9:25
NIXON’S VISITS TO FAR EAST (1956) II:9:7
NOLLIDO, INIGO I:66:23, 33
NONNON- IMMIGRANT VISA SECTION, U.S.
EMBASSY (NEGATIVE(NEGATIVE -PRINTPRINT -OUTS)
I:184:11
NORMAL SCHOOL STUDENTS,
STUDEN TS,
MANILA (POSTCARD) III:A21:14
III:A21:14
NORMAL SCHOOL, MANILA
MANILA
(POSTCARD) III:A22:102
III:A22: 102
NORMAN E. ST.CLAIR
S T.CLAIR COLLECTION (1945)
III:A:10:1III:A:10:1- 75
NORTH ATLANTIC ORGANIZATION COUNCIL
MEETING ATTENDED BY U.S. PRES.
JIMMY CARTER IN BELGIUM II:11:38
NORTH, THOMAS (MAJ. GEN.) WITH THE
AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS
COMMISSION AT MANILA AIRPORT
(1960) III:A13:24
NORTHCOTT,
NORTHCOTT, JOHN V:9:47
NOTICE FROM THE JAPANESE IMPERIAL
ARMY OUTSIDE THE UST GATE V:3:6V:3:68
NOVELETA (CAVITE) I:158:21
NSWANSWA-PACDPACD- ICA WELL (CONSOLACION,
CEBU) I:166:10
NUFER ARRIVES (JULY 1956) II:23:1
NUFER REMAINS TO HAVANA (NOVEMBER
1956) II:23:3
NUFER, ALBERT (U.S. AMBASSADOR)
I:167:9
NUFER, ALBERT F. (AMB.) I:53:8
NUFER, ALBERT F. (MRS.) II:23:2, 99-10
NUFER, ALBERT F. (U.S. AMBASSADOR,
JULY 19561956- NOVEMBER 1956)
II:23:1II:23:1- 26
NUFER, ALBERT F. AND DR. MILTON
EISENHOWER (1953) II:23:8II:23:8-9
NUFER, ALBERT F. AND FAMILY II:23:2
NUFER, ALBERT F. DELIVERING A JULY 4
SPEECH AT THE PLAZA HOTEL,
BUENOS AIRES II:23:11II:23:11-14
NUFER, ALBERT F. IN BUENOS AIRES
II:23:8II:23:8- 15, 2121-23
NUFER, ALBERT F. RECORDING A JULY 4
ADDRESS FOR THE VOICE OF
AMERICA II:23:6
NUFER, ALBERT F. WITH JACK DEMPSEY
AND LUIS ANGEL FIRPO (1954)
II:23:7
[O]
O’BRIEN, LAWRENCE (POSTMASTER
GENERAL, 19631963 -1968) II:8:4
O’DONNELL, EMMETT (GEN.) ADDRESS AT
THE MANILA CEMETERY AND
MEMORIAL CEREMONY (1960)
III:A13:32
O’LOUGHLIN, L. C. (LT.) I:137:39
O’MALLEY, HELEN I:7:43
O’NEAL, EMMET (U.S. AMBASSADOR,
SEPTEMBER 19471947-JANUARY 1949)
II:19:1II:19:1- 3
O’NEAL, EMMET (U.S. AMBASSADOR)
I:167:10
O’NEILL, THOMAS P. (SPEAKER OF THE
HOUSE OF THE REPRESENTATIVES)
II:11:22; II:61:23
O’NEILL, THOMAS WITH JIMMY
J IMMY CARTER, ET AL
II:11:22
O’REILLY, GABRIEL A. (1907) I:163:5
O’SULLIVAN, CURTIS D. (MAJ. GEN.) WITH
THE AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS
COMMISSION AT MANILA AIRPORT (1960)
III:A13:24
OATH OF OFFICE OF PRES. JIMMY CARTER
WITH MRS. CARTER AND CHIEF JUSTICE
WARREN BURGER (1977) II:11:18
OBANA, MARCOS I:65:13
OBED, PONCIANO WITH LEONARD G. DAWSON
AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL STAFF
(NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
OBREROS DEL HIGH SCHOOL, SANTA CRUZ,
MARINDUQUE (JANUARY 16, 1907)
III:A16:67
OBSERVATORY, BAGUIO I:17:28I:17:28- 29
OCAMPO,
OCAMPO, A. I:66:23
OCTOBER 23, 1935. MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS
WITH COL. DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER
I:99:14
OCCUPATION DAY (SANTA ANA CABARET)
I:76:34
ODOM, T. C. I:70:31
ODOM, WILLIAM J. V:9:48
OFFICER’S CLUB BUILDING, FORT MCKINLEY
(POSTCARD) I:111:8
ND
OFFICERS MOUNT
MOUNT AND SECOND MOUNT, 2
TH
BATTALION, 24 FIELD ARTILLERY
STABLE AREA, CAMP STOTSENBERG
(1921) III:A11:18
OFFICERS RESIDENCES POST IN ZAMBOANGA
(POSTCARD) I:183:6
OFFICERS RESTAURANT, CLARK FIELD (JULY
1946) III:A11:58
OFFICERS ROW 153 (POSTCARD) I:162:38
I:16 2:38
OFFICER’S ROW, CAMP DOWNES, ORMOC,
LEYTE (POSTCARD) III:A22:111
III:A22: 111
OFFICERS WHO RECEIVED JAPANESE
SURRENDER (SEPTEMBER 3, 1945)
I:88:31
OFFICERS/SOLDIERS, 19421942 -1945 V:28:41
OFFICERS’ QUARTERS UNDER
CONSTRUCTION (1920) III:A11:28
OFFICIAL PORTRAIT OF MRS. NANCY REAGAN
II:12:12II:12:12-15
OFFICIAL WHITE HOUSE PHOTOS OF RONALD
REAGAN II:12II:12-A:1A:1- 2
OGILBY, LYMAN C. (BISHOP(BISHOP- ININ-CHARGE
OF ST. LUKE’S HOSPITAL, 19571957 1967) I:150:89
OGILBY, REMSEN V:8:38V:8:38- 39, 5454-55
OGILBY, REMSEN AND BISHOP BRENT
WITH BAGUIO SCHOOL FIRST CLASS
(1909) V:8:40
OGILBY, REMSEN AND GUY AYRAULT
(YMCA, MANILA, 1909) V:8:55
OGILBY, REMSEN AND GUY AYRAULT
WITH BRENT SCHOOL FIRST CLASS
(1909) V:8:40
OGILBY, REMSEN COLLECTION V:8:1V:8:1- 67
OHTA, K. S. I:186:16
OIL STOCKS IN PANDACAN ARE SET
AFLAME TO DENY STRATEGIC
MATERIALS TO THE ENEMY I:182I:182A:11
OKOCHI, DENHICHI I:88:19I:88:19- 22
OLD BASE OPERATIONS BUILDING, CLARK
FIELD (1934) III:A11:38
OLD CUSTOM HOUSE, ZAMBOANGA
(1900) I:183:18
OLD FASHIONED
FASHIONED SIEGE GUN (1898(1898 -)
III:A5:96
OLD FOLKS OF MR. AND MRS.
HEILBRONN III:A2
OLD MANILA (1880(1880- 1900) III:A14:1III:A14:1- 33
OLD MONASTERY NEAR AMERICAN
MONASTERY IN CAMP DEWEY
I:119:21
OLD PIER WITH U.S. COAST GUARD AND
ENLISTED SERVICEMEN AT
ZAMBOANGA I:183:23
OLD ROSARIO COCKPIT V:17:6V:17:6-7; V:19:4,
12
OLD SPANISH FORT AT SIASI (MINDANAO)
I:119I:119- A:24
OLD SPANISH FORTIFICATION
(INTRAMUROS) I:82:54I:82:54-55
OLD SPANISH GUNS AT FORT SANTIAGO,
MANILA I:158:18
OLD TUDING COCKPIT V:17:5; V:19:5
OLD WALL, INTRAMUROS, MANILA
MANILA (1900(1900) III:A6:32
OLD WEST GATE (SUBIC NAVAL BASE)
III:A9:26III:A9:26 -27
OLD WORSHIPING GROUNDS, NEAR
MATANSAS, CUBA (1900(1900 -) III:A3:160
OLONGAPO (U.S. NAVAL COMPLEX ,
SUBIC BAY) III:A9:26III:A9:26-32
OLONGAPO AND DRY DOCK “DEWEY” (1906(19061907) III:A16:5
III:A16: 5-8
OLONGAPO BARRACKS I:162:10
OLONGAPO HILLS I:162:3
OLSEN, WALTER E. V:9:49
OLSON AND ANDERS IN THEIR QUARTERSQUARTERSSIGNAL HILL, BATAAN (MARCH 1942)
I:182:1
OLSON, JOHN E. I:11:74
OMAHA BEACH (BATTLE SITE WHERE
THOUSANDS OF AMERICAN SOLDIERS
DIED DURING THE D -DAY LANDINGS IN
WORLD WAR II II:11:67
OMNIBUS, 1920 MODEL V:8:52
ON GUARD AT THE MANILA WATER WORKS
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:48
ON THE FIRING LINE (1900(1900 - ) III:A3:68
ON THE FIRING LINE IN THE RICE SWAMPS
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:93
ON THE U. S. SKIRMISH LINELINE -READY FOR
FOR THE
ENEMY (1899) I:132: 7
ONE OF SULTAN’S BODYGUARDS I:122:89
ONE OF THE SPANISH WRECKS (1898(1898-)
III:A5:83
ONLY SURVIVOR WHEN JAPS TURNED
FLAMEFLAME - THROWER INTO SHELTER I:85:18
OPERATION IN MINDANAO I:170:16
OPERATION LIVESTOCK DISPERSAL (ICA AID)
I:166:39
I:166:39
ORACCA BUILDING (BINONDO DISTRICT)
I:168:7
ORANGE GROVE AND CHILDREN, HONOLULU
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:167
ORCHID STOTSENBERG I:134:37
ORD, JAMES B. (1915) I:169:17I:169:17- 19
ORDER OF THE BLACK HAND (1900(1900 -)
III:A3:37
OREGON VOLUNTEERS (PHIL(PHIL-AM WAR)
V:5:32V:5:32-33
OREGON
OREGON VOLUNTEERS ’98 (1942) V:5:54
OREGON VOLUNTEERS AT FORT SAN ANTONIO
(1898) V:1:21V:1:21-22
OREGON VOLUNTEERS IN MANILA (1909)
V:5:46
ORIENTE HOTEL I:32:5I:32:5- 8; I:110:14I:110:14-17
ORIENTE HOTEL (STA. CRUZ) I:105:56
ORIOKU MARU (JAPANESE SHIP MARKER AND
TABLETS AT SUBIC, OLONGAPO
III:A9:30III:A9:30 -32
ORION, BATAAN HISTORIC MARKER
III:A9:37III:A9:37 -38
ORMOC (LEYTE) I:93:2; I:95:6
ORMOC VALLEY, SECURING THE
SOUTHERN ENTRANCE TO I:170:3
ORMOC, LEYTE RUINS I:93:2
ORNAMENTS, CORDILLERA FASHION
V:15:27, 2929 -30
ORTEGA, KATHERINE DAVALOS
DAVALOS
(TREASURER, 19811981 -1989) II:15:2
ORTEZA, LOIS WITH LEONARD G. DAWSON
AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL STAFF
(NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
ORTIZ, CARLOTA WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON, ET AL V:12:5
OSANA, C. I:66:23
OSENA, CRESENCIO I:66:33
OSMENA, ROSIE (MARCH 31, 1969)
II:62:6
OSMENA, SERGIO WITH AMB. WILLIAM
MC. BLAIR RAISE THE SLEUCE GATE
TO OPEN THE OWAK IRRIGATION
PROJECT IN CEBU (OCTOBER 21,
1964) II:27:14II:27:14-16
OSMENA, SERGIO WITH BASIL O’CONNOR
(MAY 31, 1945) I:124:13
OSMENA, SERGIO WITH U. S. ADMIRAL
BARBAY AT
AT HOLLANDIA (OCTOBER
1944) I:124:11, 34
OSMENA, SERGIO (1944(1944-1946) I:94:1,
3-8; I:99:4; II:63:4; II:66:1II:66:1- 2
OSMENA, SERGIO AND DOUGLAS
MACARTHUR I:99:11I:99:11 -12
OSMENA, SERGIO ARRIVES IN THE U.S.A.
(SEPTEMBER 28, 1945) I:124:4
OSMENA, SERGIO AT A STATE DINNER,
DINNE R,
WITH PRES. MANUEL A. ROXAS, AND
GEN. DOUGLAS MACARTHUR (JULY
4, 1946) II:67:3
OSMENA, SERGIO AT THE ARLINGTON
NATIONAL CEMETERY (AUGUST 4,
1944) I:145:3
OSMENA, SERGIO AT THE MANILA POLO
CLUB (DECEMBER 17, 1939)
I:116:14
OSMENA, SERGIO DURING INSPECTION
INSPECTION
TOUR OF THE ISLANDS WITH BASIL
O’CONNOR (MAY 31, 1945) I:124:13
OSMENA, SERGIO ELECTED AS SPEAKER
OF THE FIRST PHILIPPINE
ASSEMBLY (1907) I:124:6I:124:6- 8
OSMENA, SERGIO READS FREEDOM
PROCLAMATION AT TACLOBAN
CEREMONIES (1945) I:124:10
OSMENA, SERGIO READS
READS NEWSPAPER OF THE
JAPANESE SURRENDER (AUGUST 11,
1945) II:66:2
OSMENA, SERGIO WITH MANUEL L. QUEZON,
LEONARD WOOD, AND CAMERON FORBES
(MAY 4, 1921) I:124:3
OSMENA, SERGIO WITH F. B. HARRISON
CARRYING AMERICAN FLAG I:137:11
OSMENA, SERGIO WITH GEN. MACARTHUR
MACARTHUR AT
LEYTE (OCTOBER 24, 1944) I:124:12
OSMENA, SERGIO WITH U.S. VICE PRES.
RICHARD M. NIXON, EMILO AGUINALDO
AND CARLOS P. GARCIA (1956) II: 9:5, 15
OSMENA, SERGIO WITH W. C. FORBES I:68:3
OSMENA, SERGIO, 18781878-1961 1:159:2;
I:124:1I:124:1 -13
OSORIO, ANTONIO
ANTONIO JR. I:66:11
OTIS, E. S. (GEN.) I:169:10
OTIS, E. S. (GEN.) AND STAFF (1898(1898-)
III:A5:9
OTIS, E. S. (GEN.) WITH GEN. WESLEY
MERRITT AND MEN (1898(1898-) III:A5:2, 8
OUT FROM THE HUT V:15:11
OUTDOOR BARBER SHOP IN A FILIPNO
VILLAGE (1899) I:132:15
OVERSEAS PRESS CLUB (1948) I:161:9I:161:9-11
OVERTONOVERTON -KEITHLEY ROAD, MINDANAO
(POSTCARD) III:A22:118
[P]
P.I. BANK DIRECTORS I:76:69
PACD AUDIOAUDIO-VISUAL UNIT I:166:26
PACE, NAT MILLER (COL.) I:162:64
PACHECO, ABRAHAMS (MRS.) I:186:45
PACHECO, RAY WITH CONRADO ESTRELLA
AND FALLON LEILAND (1968) I:166:15
PACIFIC WAR MEMORIAL, CORREGIDOR (JUNE
4, 1968) II:62II:62- A:49A:49- 50
PACIFIC WAR VETERANS HOMECOMING
PROGRAM III:A9:1III:A9:1- 64
PACIJAN ISLAND (MINDANAO) I:119I:119- A:18
I:122:16I:122:16-17
PACK, WILLIAM I:64:3
PACK, WILLIAM F. AND GOV. ARTACHO (1906(19061907) III:A17:147
PACK, WILLIAM F. WITH GOV. ARTACHO, AND
MR. GREEN (1906(1906- 1907) III:A17:164
PACK, WILLIAM F. WITH W.C. FORBES, MR.
WHITMARSH, AND QUERDRUM AT
BAGUIO, BENGUET (1906(1906-1907)
III:A17:171
PACO CEMETERY I:125:1
I:1 25:125:1 -11
PACO CEMETERY (1898) III:A5:121
PACO CEMETERY (POSTCARDS) I:125:8I:125:89
PACO CEMETERY GATE (1930) I:125:3
PACO CEMETERY UNDER CHARGE OF THE
CITY (1913) V:7:73
PACO CEMETERY, MANILA (1900(1900-)
III:A7:54
PACO CEMETERY. BONEYARD (MANILA,
1898) III:A5:138
PACO CEMETERY’S SEXTON (1930)
I:125:5
PACO CHURCH BEFORE SHELLING (1898)
I:105:54
PACO CHURCH RUINS (1898) III:A5:142
PACO, MANILA (1880(1880-1900) III:A14:28
PADILLA, VICENTE WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL
STAFF (NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
V:12:9
PAETE, LAGUNA HEADQUARTER I:182:63
PAGALUNGAN (COTABATO) I:52:3I:52:3-4
PAGSANJAN FALLS (1914(1914- 1916) III:A2
PAGSANJAN FALLS (LAGUNA) I:142:45;
I:143:6, 10
PAGSANJAN FALLS (POSTCARD)
I:142:45
PAGSANJAN GORGE (POSTCARD)
I:142:47
PAGSANJAN VILLAGE, LAGUNA (JUNE(JUNE DECEMBER 1945) III:A10:26
PAGSANJAN, LAGUNA SCENE I:73:14I:73:14- 15;
I:143:6I:143:6 -7, 10
PAGUIO, PERFECTO II:75:14
PAGUIRIGAN, DOMINGO (1956) I:166:40
PAINTINGS OF GEORGE WASHINGTON’S
ANNIVERSARY II:2:1II:2:1- 5
PAJO, JUAN II:75:15
PAKDAL, BAGUIO, BENGUET (1906(1906 -1907)
III:A17:18
PALACIO GATE IN THE CITY WALL, MOAT
FILLED WITH WATER V:5:22
PALAWAN NATIVE CHECKING ARMY
TRANSIT UNIT (1913) I:126:3
PALAWAN PROVINCE (EVANS
COLLECTION) I:126:1I:126:1-13
PALAWAN TOWN HALL I:126:13
PALAWAN, 1911 (AERIAL VIEW) I:126:9
PALM GROVE I:134:46, 54
PALMA, RAFAEL WITH THE U. S. PHILIPPINE
COMMISSION I:132I:132 -A:3A:3-4
PALMER, RONALD D. WITH SEN. JAMES L.
BUCKLEY AND EMIL JURADO II:37:3
PALMER, W. C. V:9:50
PALO, LEYTE ISLAND (OCTOBER 21, 1944)
I:93:12
PAMINTUAN, LUCY I:66:34
I:66:34
PAMPANGA ( AUGUST 1910) I:127:12I:127:12-19
PAMPANGA (PHOTO ALBUM OF W. CAMERON
FORBES, AUGUST 1910) I:127:12I:127:12 -19
PAMPANGA (PROVINCE) I:127:1I:127:1- 19
PANAO TOP LOG 40 FEET LONG AND 3 FEET
IN DIAMETER (1913) V:7:44
PANAY RIVER I:118I:118 -A:22
PANGANTOCAN (BUKIDNON)
(BUKIDNON) I:37:22I:37:22- 23
PANGASINAN (PROVINCE) I:143:11, I:182:64
PANGASINAN, LINGAYEN (POSTCARD)
III:A22:81
PANGASINAN STREET SCENE (1900(1900 -)
III:A6:78
PANGLIMA UNGA I:122:84
PANIQUI COLISEUM (TARLAC) V:17:1; V:19:1V:19:12
PAPAIA TREE WITH FRUIT (POSTCARD)
(POSTCARD)
I:134:45
PARACHUTE LANDING ON CORREGIDOR I:49:9
PARADE (POSTCARD) I:159:58
PARADE AND ASSEMBLY IN BONTOC
PROVINCE (1900(1900-) III:A6:59III:A6:59-60,6460,64- 70
PARADE GROUND (CORREGIDOR) I:48:13I:48:13- 14
PARADE GROUND (PALAWAN) I:126:10
PARADE OF CARS IN ILOILO I:80:7
PARADE
PARADE VIEWERS (INAUGURAL PARADE,
1961) II:7:8
PARANAQUE COCKPITCOCKPIT -STADIUM V:19:3
PARANG (MINDANAO) I:90:5; I:119:2I:119:2- 5;
I:122:15
PARANG, MINDANAO (1900) I:119I:119-A:29A:29- 31
PARATROOPERS LAND ON CORREGIDOR
I:49:6
PARATROOPERS LANDING ON CORREGIDOR
I:49:2
PARATROOPERS
PARATROOPERS ON THE WAY DOWN,
CORREGIDOR V:11:19
PARATROOPERS WENT DOWN INTO SEA OFF
BREAKWATER POINT TOWARDS THE
SOUTHEAST, CORREGIDOR V:11:10
RD
PARATROOPS OF THE 503 INFANTRY
COMBAT TEAM DROP ON CORREGIDOR
I:49:40I:49:40 -46, 7070-71
PARATROOPS USE MORTAR TO JAR JAPS
FROM
FROM PILL BOX I:49:7, 32
PAREDES, QUINTIN WITH THE JOINT
PREPARATORY COMMITTEE ON
PHILIPPINE AFFAIRS (1936)
I:137:57
PAREJA, GREGORIO WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL
STAFF (NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
PARIAN GATE (INTRAMUROS) I:82:12I:82:12- 15,
3030- 37; I:110:1
I:110:110:1- 3
PARIAN GATE (POSTCARD) I:142:26;
I:82:12I:82:12 -15
PARIAN GATE, INTRAMUROS (1913)
V:7:76
PARIAN GATE, INTRAMUROS, MANILA
(1900(1900 -) III:A6:25
PARIAN STREET, TULAY, WHICH LEADS
TO THE CHINESE PIER I:122:59
PARKER, FRANK (GEN.) I:116:14
PARKER, GEORGE
GEORGE (BRIG. GEN.) I:169:28I:169:28 30
PARRETTE, PAUL I:69:1
PARRISH, J. A. V:9:51
PARSONS, CHARLES
CHARLES (CHICK) A. I:7:44
PARSONS, CHICK (MRS.) I:116:14
PARTY AT FORT STOTSENBERG I:70:32
PASCUAL, EFREN I:166:43
PASEO DE LA LUNETA I:105:69
PASEO DE LA ROTONDA, MANILA,
JULY 7, 1908 III:A22:72
III:A 22:72
PASEO Y MONUMENTO DE FERNANDO DE
MAGALLANES (1880(1880-1900)
III:A14:9
PASIG RIVER I:128:1I:128:1-19; III:A3:36, 46,
42; III:A5:61, 65, 82, 147
PASIG RIVER (1900) I:128:11I:128:11- 12
PASIG RIVER (1931(1931- 1935) I:128:13I:128:13-19
PASIG RIVER (POSTCARDS)
(POSTCARDS) I:111:30;
I:128:1I:128:1 -6; III:A22:2III:A22:2- 8
PASIG RIVER (WWII) I:107:11I:107:11-12
PASIG RIVER FROM WALL OF SPANISH
FORT SANTIAGO ARSENAL (1898)
I:128:9I:128:9 -10
PASIG RIVER SCENE I:105:5
PASIG RIVER SCENE, SHOWING
S HOWING FORT
SANTIAGO (POSTCARD) III:A22:3
PASIG RIVER WHARF I:140:6
PASIG RIVER, ISLAND OF LUZON
(POSTCARD) III:A22;4
III:A22; 4
PASIG RIVER, MANILA (1910) V:14:6V:14:6-7
PASIG RIVER, NEAR THE
THE CUSTOM
HOUSE, MANILA (POSTCARD)
(POSTC ARD)
III:A22:2
PASIG RIVER, NEAR THE
THE TOWN OF PASIG,
RIZAL PROVINCE (POSTCARD) III:A22:5
PASIG RIVER, SHOWING THE ANDA
MONUMENT (1898(1898-) III:A5:98
PASIG RIVER/ MALACANANG PALACE (PRE(PRE WAR) V:4:1V:4:1-2
PASONANCA PARK IN ZAMBOANGA I:183:35
PASSING AWAY THE TIME IN CAMP (1900(1900-)
III:A3:95
PATCH, ALEXANDER MCCARREL , JR. (GEN.)
I:169:66
I:169:66
PATEROS BRIDGE (RIZAL) I:36:11
PATINO, MARCELO E. I:66:40I:66:40-41; I:67:1I:67:1- 4
PATINO, MARCELO E. (MRS.) I:66:40I:66:40- 41;
I:67:1I:67:1- 4
PATIO OF THE STO. TOMAS INTERNMENT
CAMP (FEBRUARY 6, 1945) V:3:2
PATROL MOVING PAST DESTROYED MANILA
UNIVERSITY I:108:12
PATTERSON,
PATTERSON, JOHN ALEXANDER I:169:4I:169:4- 5
PATTERSON, ROBERT P. (1946) I:138:14
PATTON, GEORGE S., JR. (GEN.) I:169:67
PAVILLION OF THE MANILA HOTEL I:114:4, 27
PAYING OFF THE CUBAN SOLDIERS (1900(1900-)
III:A3:136
PAYMASTER GEN. BATES WITH MORO DATTOS
(1901) I:122:45
PAYNE, AUDREY I:76:47
PAYPON (GOVERNOR OF VIGAN, 1950) I:75:2,
7
PCC AUTO SHOP EMPLOYEES PICNIC, LOS
BANOS, LAGUNA I:13:3
PEACE COMMISSIONERS OF INSURGENTS
COMING THROUGH THE AMERICAN LINES
(1899) I:132:17
PEACE CORPS II:61:4; II:62II:62 -A:13A:13- 19
PEAKE, IRA F. (MAJ.), JANUARY 1932, AT
CLARK FIELD III:A11:37
PEALEZ, EMMANUEL WITH WILLIAM E.
STEVENSON AND EMILIO AGUINALDO
II:26:3
PEARCE, WILLIAM R. II:61:9
PEARL FISHING FLEET OFF JOLO
(POSTCARD) III:A22:120
III:A22: 120
PEARL FISHING IN THE SULU SEA I:81:9
PEARL
PEARL FISHING, JOLO III:A6:43
PEDRO R. REYES AND MECHANICS (OIL
PAINTING BY HUGO C. YONSON) I:114I:114A:1
PEDROSA, PIO II:75:6
PELAEZ, EMMANUEL I:69:7; II:73II:73-A1A1-17
PELAEZ, EMMANUEL IS GUIDED BY MS.
NENA GOMEZ AT THE PHILIPPINE
PAVILION II:73II:73-A:16
PELAEZ, EMMANUEL
E MMANUEL AND MRS. PELAEZ
IN PRIVATE AUDIENCE WITH POPE
JOHN XXIII AT VATICAN CITY II:73II:73A:6
PELAEZ, EMMANUEL AND MRS. PELAEZ
VISIT TO THE THAILAND PAVILION
II:73II:73-A:17
PELAEZ, EMMANUEL AND MRS. PELAEZ,
WITH J.V. CRUZ VISIT THE SEATTLE
WORLD’S FAIR II:73II:73-A:13
PELAEZ, EMMANUEL MEETS WITH
HAYATO IKEDA AND HASAYOSHI
OHIRA IN TOKYO (APRIL 30, 1963)
II:73II:73-A:8
PELAEZ, EMMANUEL VISITED MR. AND
MRS. LOUIS MCMANUS IN
CALIFORNIA (DECEMBER 12, 1963)
II:73II:73-A:7
PELAEZ, EMMANUEL WITH COL. AND MRS.
ROSCOE C. CRAWFORD JR. AT THE
CLARK AIR BASE (DECEMBER 2,
1962) II:73II:73 -A:3A:3-4
PELAEZ, EMMANUEL WITH JAPANESE
CHILDREN IN TOKYO (APRIL 29,
1963) II:73II:73 -A:9
PELAEZ, EMMANUEL WITH PRES. JOHN
F. KENNEDY AT THE WHITE HOUSE
(JUNE 26, 1962) II:73II:73-A:2
PELAEZ, EMMANUEL WITH U.S. VICE
VICE
PRES. LYNDON B. JOHNSON AND
GOV. LUIS MUNOZ MARIN OF
PUERTO RICO AT THE CONFERENCE
ON HUMAN SKILLS HELD IN SAN
JUAN, PUERTO RICO II:73II:73- A:14A:14-15
PELAEZ, EMMANUEL, PRESSES CLAIM TO
BORNEO (SEPTEMBER 9, 1962)
II:73II:73-A:5
PELLICER, MARIA I:7:43
PENA, SULPICIO
SUL PICIO I:66:7
PENAR DEL RIO, CUBA (1900(1900-) III:A3:130
PENDATUN, SALIPADA BEFORE FILIPINO
EDUCATORS II:75:16
PENDATUN, SALIPADA (MRS.) II:75:18II:75:1820
PENDATUN, SALIPADA IS GREETED BY
DEAN RUSK IN WASHINGTON, D.C.
(APRIL 7, 1966) II:75:17
PENITENTS IN PAMPANGA
PAM PANGA (1933) I:127:5I:127:5-9;
I:159:2I:159:2 -3
PENSIONADOS, WORTHY FILIPINO V:5:31
PEPPERS, DONALD I:5:53; I:6:11
PERALTA, CORNELIO WITH DAVE GUTIERREZ,
ET AL.
AL. V:9:3
PERALTA, MACARIO (SECRETARY OF
DEFENSE) II:75:21II:75:21- 28
PERALTA, MACARIO VISIT TO THE U.S.
MILITARY ACADEMY
ACADEMY II:75:23II:75:23-25
PERALTA, MACARIO VISIT TO WASHINGTON,
D.C. II:75:26II:75:26 -28
PERCIVAL, ARTHUR E. I:88:19I:88:19- 22
PEREZ, CARLOS ANDRES (VENEZUELAN
PRESIDENT) WITH JIMMY CARTER IN
VENEZUELA II:11:39II:11:39 -40
PEREZ, EDDIE WITH MARSH THOMSON, ET AL
V:9:15
PERKINS, P. J. (LT., SIGNAL CORPS. FIRST
COMPANY, 1898) III:A5:119
PERRINE, PAUL I:5:56
PERRINE, PAUL AND MARSH THOMSON
V:9:81
PERSHING DAY HONORS U.S. WORLD WAR I
GENERAL OF CENTENARY OF BIRTH
II:48:9II:48:9- 15
PERSHING FAMILY IN ZAMBOANGA II:48:4II:48:4 -5
PERSHING PLAZA, ZAMBOANGA
ZA MBOANGA I:183:7, 11,
43, 60
PERSHING, JOHN J. AS COMMANDER OF THE
AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE IN
WORLD WAR I, AWARDS DISTINGUISHED
ND
CROSSES TO SOLDIERS OF THE 32 U.S.
DIVISION IN FRANCE II:48:11II:48:11-15
PERSHING, JOHN J. II:48:1II:48:1- 15
PERSHING, JOHN J. (GEN.)
(GEN.) AFTER A
CONFERENCE WITH THE SULTAN AND
DATUS (1923) I:122:49
PERSHING, JOHN J. (SEPTEMBER 2, 1902
COMMENDATION FOR MARANAO DATU
CALI) I:120:9; I:122:49
PERSHING, JOHN J., AS A CADET, U.S.
MILITARY ACADEMY II:48:2
PERSHING, JOHN J., AS COMMANDANT OF
CADETS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF
NEBRASKA II:48:1
ND
PERSHING, JOHN J., AS A 2 LIEUTENANT OF
TH
THE 6 CAVALRY II:48:3
PERSONALITIES, EVENTS, ETC. I:186:1I:186:1-71
PERSONALITIES, EVENTS, ETC. (CARTER
COLLECTION) V:5:1V:5:1-73
PESHICK, FRANK WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY
A LBAY PROVINCIAL
STAFF (NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
PETERS, RICHARD B. WITH AMB. WILLIAM
MC. BLAIR, NARCISO RAMOS AND
GAUTTIER BISNAR (DECEMBER 13,
1966) II:27:6II:27:6 -9
PETIT BARRACKS, ZAMBOANGA
(POSCARDS) I:183:8I:183:8 -9
PHILCUSAPHILCUSA -FOA PROJECTS I:166:5I:166:5- 7
PHILIPINE PRESIDENTS
PRESIDENTS II:63:1II:63:1-5
PHILIPPINE AMERICAN DRUG CO. (BOTICA
BOIE DELIVERY CAR) I:114I:114- A:2
PHILIPPINE ANTIANTI- TUBERCULOSIS
SOCIETY (1937) I:66:18
PHILIPPINE ASSEMBLY, FIRST I:46:1;
I:132I:132- A:1
PHILIPPINE ASSEMBLY, SECOND I:132I:132 A:2A:2-4
PHILIPPINE BAND (P. S.) I:130:1I:130:1- 2
PHILIPPINE BAND AT CAMP
STOTSENBERG I:70:12I:70:12- 13
PHILIPPINE BUREAU OF ANIMAL
INDUSTRY. ALABANG STOCK FARM
(VISIT OF U.S. VICE PRES. RICHARD
M. NIXON, 1956) II:9:18
PHILIPPINE CHART I:60:3I:60:3- 7, 23
PHILIPPINE COMMISSION I:132I:132 -A:1A:1-4
PHILIPPINE COMMISSION, 1913
1 913 (CARTER
COLLECTION) V:7:1V:7:1- 141
PHILIPPINE COMMONWEALTH (1935(19351948) I:133:1I:133:1-18
PHILIPPINE COUNTRYSIDE I:134:1I:134:1- 54
PHILIPPINE EAGLE V:10:66V:10:66 -76
PHILIPPINE EDUCATION CO. (ESCOLTA,
POSTPOST-WAR) V:2:29
PHILIPPINE FLAG DISPLAYED AT U. S.
CAPITAL’S INDEPENDENCE
IN DEPENDENCE DAY
CELEBRATION (JULY 4, 1946)
I:138:7
PHILIPPINE FULBRIGHT PROGRAM I:134I:134A:1A:1-4
PHILIPPINE GENERAL HOSPITAL I:135:1I:135:114
PHILIPPINE GENERAL HOSPITAL (1904
PLAN) I:135:10
PHILIPPINE GENERAL HOSPITAL (1945)
V:4:18
PHILIPPINE GENERAL HOSPITAL
HOS PITAL (EVANS
COLLECTION) I:135:5I:135:5- 6
PHILIPPINE GENERAL HOSPITAL
(INTERIOR COURT) I:135:13
PHILIPPINE GENERAL HOSPITAL (POSTCARD)
I:135:1;
I:135:1; III:A22:99
PHILIPPINE GENERAL HOSPITAL OPERATING
PAVILLION AND CORRIDORS I:135:11I:135:11-12
PHILIPPINE GOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT IN EXILE
(WASHINGTON, 1944) I:124:33
PHILIPPINE HARBOR (1900(1900- ) III:A3:5
PHILIPPINE HEADQUARTERS (CAVITE, 1898)
I:131:23
PHILIPPINE HISTORY -- 18981898- 1946
I:137:1I:137:1 -72
PHILIPPINE HISTORY – SPANISH PERIOD
I:136:1I:136:1 -11
PHILIPPINE INDEPENDENCE DAY (JULY 4,
1946) I:138:1I:138:1-12
PHILIPPINE LUMBER AND DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY’S MILL YARD AT DALUPOAN,
CAMARINES SUR (1913) V:7:58
PHILIPPINE MANUFACTURING CO. –
INAUGURATION I:69:1
PHILIPPINE MANUFACTURING COMPANY
(PMC) V:9:117V:9:117- 118
PHILIPPINE MISSION TO ST. LOUIS WORLD
WOR LD
FAIR (1904) I:137:64
PHILIPPINE NORMAL SCHOOL I:60:11I:60:11- 13
PHILIPPINE NORMAL SCHOOL (1913) V:7:6
PHILIPPINE NORMAL SCHOOL CLASS IN
COOKING (1913) V:7:13
PHILIPPINE NORMAL SCHOOL SENIOR CLASS
(1913) V:7:12
PHILIPPINE R.R. TRAIN AT CALOOCAN
STATION V:5:26
V: 5:26
PHILIPPINE REPUBLIC (1946(1946-1948) I:138:1I:138:121
PHILIPPINE SCHOOL OF COMMERCE CLASS IN
STENEOGRAPHY, MANILA (1913) V:7:13
TH
PHILIPPINE SCOUTS (147 REPLACEMENT
BATTALION) INSPECTION WITH GEN.
DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER AT CLARK FIELD
(MAY 6, 1946) II:6:2
PHILIPPINE
PHILI PPINE SCOUTS (1899) I:131:7I:131:7- 9, 34
PHILIPPINE SCOUTS (IGOROTS) I:130:61I:130:61- 62
PHILIPPINE SCOUTS (P. S.) I:130:1I:130:1 -18, 515162, 8686- 109; I:131:7I:131:7-9, 34; I:159:1I:159:1- 85
PHILIPPINE SCOUTS ON PARADE I:137:3I:137:3-5
PHILIPPINE SENATE AND HOUSE (OCTOBER
16, 1923) I:46:2I:46:2 -3
PHILIPPINE
PHILIPPINE SENATE WITH U.S. VICE PRES.
LYNDON B. JOHNSON (1961) II:8:11
PHILIPPINE SOLDIERS (1899) I:131:24I:131:24-25
PHILIPPINE TRADE MISSION WITH PRES.
SUKARNO IN JAKARTA, INDONESIA
II:76:16
PHILIPPINE TROOPS MARCHING IN TO
MANILA (1899) I:131:22
PHILIPPINE
PHILIPPINE TROOPS MARCHING IN TO
MANILA (1899) I:105:59
PHILIPPINEPHILIPPINE -AMERICAN CELEBRATION
(1914(1914 -1916) III:A2
PHILIPPINEPHILIPPINE -AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL
FOUNDATION (PAEF) OFFICERS
WITH AMB. WILIAM H. SULLIVAN
(NOVEMBER 5, 1974) II:30:23
PHILIPPINEPHILIPPINE -AMERICAN MUSIC SOCIETY
(1945) I:137:71
PHILIPPINEPHILIPPINE -AMERICAN WAR
(STEREOVIEWS) I:132:1I:132:1-18
PHILIPPINEPHILIPPINE -AMERICAN WAR
(DESTRUCTION) I:129:76I:129:76- 81
PHILIPPINEPHILIPPINE -AMERICAN WAR CASUALTIES
I:131:4, 13, 16, 20, 30
PHILIPPINEPHILIPPINE -AMERICAN WAR, 18991899- 1901
I:129:1I:129:1 -127; I:130:1I:130:1-130; I:131:1I:131:1 34; I:132:1I:132:1-18
PHILIPPINES CONSTABULARY
CONSTABULARY
(POSTCARD) III:A22:98
PHILIPPINESPHILIPPINES- UNITED STATES BASES
TALKS (OCTOBER 15, 1976)
II:30:25
PHILLIPS, STANLEY I:5:58; V:9:5
PHILLIPS, STANLEY WITH TOM CARTER,
ET AL.
AL. V:9:5
PHOTO ALBUM TO GOV. GEN. W.
CAMERON
CAME RON FORBES BY CARLOS
GSELL (MANILA, JULY 1910)
III:A15:1III:A15:1 -28
PHOTO SOUVENIR ( MRS. ROSALYNN
CARTER AND DAUGHTER AMY IN
NIGERIA) II:11:29
PHOTOS WITH DEDICATION FOR MRS.
CHARLOTTE HEILBRONN I:76:71I:76:71- 72
PIANG, DATU UGALINGAN
(ASSEMBLYMAN OF COTABATO)
I:122:91
I:122:91
PICKETT HARNESS CO. (AD) I:186:2
PICORNELL (MRS.) I:8:7
PIER I (MANILA) I:140:10
PIER 3 (MANILA) I:140:11
PIER 5 (MANILA) I:140:4I:140:4 -5
PIER 7 & 13, MANILA (1945) V:4:26V:4:26-29
PIER 7 (MANILA) I:140:1,7, 1212- 16;
V:2:11; V:4:28V:4:28- 29
PIER 7, MANILA (POSTCARD)
(POSTCARD) I:111:26
PIER 7, MANILA (WW II) V:2:11
PIER 13 &7 MANILA (1945) V:4:26V:4:26-29
PIER AT MANILA (1905) V:14:32
PIERCEPIERCE - ARROW I:13:1I:13:1-2
PIERCE, CLINTON A. I:169:34I:169:34-36
PIERRE, FRANKLIN (U.S. PRESIDENT, 185318531857) II:1:13
PIERS OF MANILA I:140:1I:140:1-26
PIJUAN,
PIJUAN, AURORA II:75:29II:75:29- 30
PILIPINO P.O.W.’S I:65:17
PILLBOXES DEFENDING MANILA BUILDINGS
I:170:17
PILOTS IN THE EARLY DAYS WORE BOOTS
(1919) III:A11:13
PINES HOTEL, BAGUIO (1914(1914-1916) III:A2
PINE TREES I:15:4I:15:4-5, 29, 33
PINEDO (COMMANDER), FIRST ITALIAN TO
TO
LAND AN AIRPLANE ON AMERICAN SOIL
AT ZAMBOANGA (1925) I:183:51
PINES HOTEL (BAGUIO) I:16:28; I:17:26
PINES HOTEL (RUINS) I:18:7
PINES IN BENGUET (1913) V:7:35
PIONEER’S CLUB INTERIOR GARDEN I:139:1I:139:12
PIONEER’S CLUB OF MANILA I:139:1I:139:1- 4
PIONEER’S CLUB
CLUB READING ROOM I:139:3
PIPEPIPE - SMOKING TRIBESMEN I:54:50
PIROVANO HOUSE OCCUPIED BY AMB. PAUL
V. MCNUTT (1946) I:168:1I:168:1- 5
PITTMAN, KEY (1935) I:133:6I:133:6-7, 1111 -13
PLAGUE INTERIOR (1913) V:7:100
PLANE CRASH VICTIMS (WWII) I:3:9
PLANTATION HOUSE I:9:3
PLANTING
PLANTIN G RICE SCENE I:134:17, 51
PLARIDEL BRIDGE (AGNO) I:36:6
PLARIDEL TEMPLE (GRAND LODGE BANQUET,
JULY 13, 1940) I:117:16
PLATOON TROOPERS ADVANCING ON A
JAPANESEJAPANESE -HELD CAVE, CORREGIDOR
V:11:24
PLATOON TROOPERS FIRE A BAZOOKA ON A
JAPANESEJAPANESE -HELD POSITION, CORREGIDOR
CORREGIDOR
V:11:37
PLATT, NICHOLAS WITH DAN QUAYLE (1986)
II:15:3II:15:3- 4
PLAYERS OF MANILA POLO CLUB. HANDICAP
TOURNAMENT (JULY 1910) I:116:7I:116:7 -8
PLAZA (CEBU) I:42:1
PLAZA BURGOS, VIGAN, ILOCOS SUR (1950)
I:175:1, 6
PLAZA CARLOS III (STA. CRUZ) I:105:56
PLAZA
PLAZA CERVANTES (1905) I:68:29
PLAZA CERVANTES, MANILA (1913) V:7:64
PLAZA CERVANTES. MANILA
MAN ILA
(POSTCARD) III:A22:71
III:A22: 71
PLAZA DE CARLOS III, BINONDO (1898(1898 -)
III:A5:47
PLAZA DE MALATE I:103:5I:103:5- 7; I:110:25
PLAZA DE PALACIO (STEREOVIEWS)
I:137:12
PLAZA DE PALACIO (INTRAMUROS)
I:82:24, 4949-50
PLAZA ERMITA (1913) V:7:80
PLAZA GOITI I:71:1I:71:1 -5; I:106:18; I:110:26
PLAZA GOITI WAITING STATION,
MANILA (POSTCARD) III:A22:69
III:A22:69
PLAZA GOITI (POSTCARD) I:71:1
PLAZA GOITI, MANILA (POST(POST -WAR)
V:2:33
PLAZA
PLAZA GOITI, MANILA (POSTCARD)
III:A22:68
PLAZA GOITI, MANILA (PRE(PRE - WAR)
V:4:30V:4:30-32
PLAZA LAWTON, MANILA (1913) V:7:70
PLAZA LAWTON, MANILA (POSTCARD)
III:A22:67
PLAZA MALATE (1913) V:7:29
PLAZA MIRANDA AND ROSARIO STREET
V:1:5
PLAZA MIRANDA, MANILA (PRE(PRE -WAR)
V:1:5, 11
PLAZA PERSHING (ZAMBOANGA) I:183: 7,
11, 43, 60
PLAZA PERSHING, ZAMBOANGA
(POSTCARD) I:183:7
PLAZA SALCEDO, VIGAN, ILOCOS SUR
(1950) I:175:5
PLAZA SANTA CRUZ, MANILA (RUINS)
III:A8:7
PLAZA
PLAZA STA. CRUZ, MANILA (1914(1914-1916)
III:A2
PLAZA STO. THOMAS (MANILA) I:
105:38105:38-40
PLOT OF CAMP STOTSENBURG (1904)
III:A11:7
POLARES, LEO V:10:22, 56
POLARES, LEO AND ALEX LAZARO AT
LATUAN V:10:56
POLICE CHIEF, MANILA I:8:13
POLILLO (TAYABAS) I:143:20
I: 143:20143:20-21
POLK, JAMES K. (U.S. PRESIDENT, 18451845 1849) II:1:10
POLO AT THE PASAY POLO CLUB (EVANS
COLLECTION) I:116:6
POLO CLUB (OLD GROUNDS) I:116:18I:116:18-19
POLO CLUB AT SEA FRONT I:116:1I:116:1- 5
POLO CLUB GAME (MAY 1921) I:116:5
POLO CLUB TEAM (DECEMBER 17, 1939)
1939)
I:116:10
POLO GAME (BAGUIO) I:16:6
POND, HORACE B. V:9:52
ST
PONDLE, WILLIAM (LT.) OF THE 41
INFANTRY REGIMENT I:182:53
PONTOON BRIDGE (MANILA) I:107:12
POPE, PAUL VI PRESENTS A SOUVENIR
MEDALLION TO RICHARD M. NIXON AT
VATICAN CITY (JUNE 1963) II:9:24
II:9:24
PORAC, PAMPANGA (1946) III:A11:61
PORT OF CALDERA (ZAMBOANGA) I:183:39
PORT OF MANILA I:110:18I:110:18- 19
PORT OF MANILA, GATE I (POSTCARD)
III:A22:25
PORT OF MANILA (MOUNTED) I:109:1
PORT OF ZAMBOANGA I:183:31
PORT TERMINAL, MANILA (RUINS) III:A8:36
II I:A8:36
PORTRAIT IN SAUDI ARABIA (JIMMY CARTER
WITH PRINCE FAHD AND KING KHALID)
II:11:24
PORTS (CORREGIDOR) I:48:16
PORTS (MANILA) I:140:1I:140:1 -26
PORTS OF MANILA (DESTRUCTION) I:140:2I:140:2-3
POSIA, ADIATO R. I:5:21
POSIA, LUZ V. I:5:21
POSIA, PERFECTO V. I:5:21
I:5:21
POST CHAPEL BUILDING (CORREGIDOR)
I:48:22
POST EXCHANGE, CLARK FIELD (1949)
III:A11:68
POST EXCHANGE, FORT STOTSENBERG
I:70:24
POST GROUNDS, ZAMBOANGA I:183:17
POST LIBERATION BUILDING BOOM AT CLARK
FIELD (LATE 1944 OR EARLY 1945)
III:A11:56
POST
POS T OFFICE (MANILA) I:36I:36 -A:6; I:106:6, 272728; I:141:1I:141:1-5
POST OFFICE (POSTCARD)
(POSTCAR D)
III:A22:47III:A22:47 -48
POST OFFICE, BAGUIO, BENGUET (1906(19061907) III:A17:169
POST OFFICE, MANILA V:1:15; V:4:22
POST OFFICE, MANILA (1899, 19001900-)
III:A5:1; III:A6:5; III:A5:33
POST OFFICE, MANILA (POSTCARD)
III:A21:15
POST OFICE
OFICE MANILA (RUINS) I:108:34,
38, 44, 51; III:A8:34, 47
POSTCARD ADDRESSED TO W. C. FORBES
I:66:4
POSTCARD OF GOV. W. CAMERON
FORBES I:17:23
POSTCARDS (SPETH COLLECTION)
I:159:1, 49, 58,
58, 6565 -66
POSTON, FREDDIE L. PHOTO ALBUM
III:A11:1III:A11:1 -68
POSTPOST-WAR, MANILA (RUINS) III:A8:1III:A8:1-22,
2626- 49
POTENCIANA GATE (INTRAMUROS)
I:82:16
POTENCIANA GATE (POSTCARD) I:82:16
POTTER, CHARLES
CHARLE S E. (SEN.) WITH THE
AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS
COMMISSION
COMMISSION AT MANILA AIRPORT
(1960) III:A13:24
POTTERS STACKING FLOWER POTS FOR
FIRING (SANGALI) I:122:71
POW MEDALS I:64I:64-A:3
POW OF BATAAN AND CORREGIDOR
VETERANS I:64I:64- A:3
POWDER HOUSE AND PREVIOUS
BARRACKS OF THE SPANISH NEAR
MANILA (1898(1898-) III:A5:78
POWERS,
POWERS, W. A. V:9:53
POZORUBIO, PANGASINAN (1906(1906-1907)
III:A17:45III:A17:45 -48, 127, 165
PRATT, H. C. (MRS.) I:116:13
PREFABRICATED POWER FOR MANILA
(POST(POST-WAR) V:2:28
PRENTICE, E. L. I:166:22
PRENTICE, E. L. (MRS.) I:166:22
PRESBITERIAN CHURCH, MANILA
MANILA (1900(1900-)
III:A6:16
PRESENTATION OF MEDICAL KITS BY THE
PEACE CORPS (1976) II:62II:62 -A:17A:1719
PRESENTATION OF THE DISTINGUISHED
FLYING CROSS TO LT. OAKLEY G.
KELLY, AT CLARK FIELD (1920)
III:A11:24
PRESIDENT AND ADVISER (RICHARD M.
NIXON AND HENRY A. KISSINGER
KISSINGER
II:9:20
PRESIDENT AND MRS. FERDINAND E.
MARCOS POSED WITH PRES. AND
MRS. LYNDON B. JOHNSON IN
WASHINGTON II:8:19
PRESIDENT AND MRS. LYNDON B. JOHNSON
POSED WITH PRES. AND MRS.
FERDINAND E. MARCOS IN WASHINGTON
II:8:19
PRESIDENT
PRESI DENT AND MRS. REAGAN WAVE TO
PEOPLE LINING PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
DURING THE INAUGURAL PARADE II:12II:12A:25
PRESIDENT EISENHOWER, SECRETARY OF
STATE DULES AND BOHLEN II:24:34
PRESIDENT ELPIDIO QUIRINO AND AMB.
COWEN WITH VICEVICE -PRESIDENT AND MRS.
LOPEZ II:20:4
PRESIDENT LYNDON JOHNSON AND HIS
CABINET II:8:4
PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN AND MRS.
REAGAN AT THE GEORGE WASHINGTON
HOSPITAL II:12II:12 -A:29
PRESIDENTE OF ATAK BENGUET AND FAMILY
I:55:16
PRESIDENTIAL ASSISTANT ON COMMUNITY
DEVELOPMENT (PACD) I:166:10, 26
PRESIDENTS
PRESI DENTS – UNITED STATES (1799(1799- 1993)
II:1:1II:1:1-38
PREPRE-WAR MANILA (POSTCARDS) V:1:12V:1:12-13
PREPRE -WAR MANILA COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS
ALONG PASIG I:106:33
PRICE, THOMAS I:5:54; I:7:14; I:174:3I:174:3 -4
PRICE, THOMAS H. JR. WITH MARY SOUDERS,
FRANCIS EMERSON, JR., AND DOYLE
SOUDERS II:49:4
PRICE, THOMAS H., JR. I:91:6I:91:6-7; II:49:1II:49:1- 5
PRICE, THOMAS H., JR. AT FACTS – FORUM
WITH PROTACIO SOTTO, ALBERT
FRIEDLANDER, ATILANO CISCO, EVERETT
GIBBS, AND ALEJO SANTOS II:49:5
PRICE, THOMAS H., JR. WITH RICHARD FINN
AND M. V. STOHLEN II:49:2
II:49:2:49:2- 3
PRIESTLY, WILLIAM I:11:74
PRIMITIVE AGRICULTURE (1913) V:7:32, 34
PRINCE FAHD AND KING KHALID WITH JIMMY
CARTER II:11:24
PRINCE OF WALES, EDWARD AT THE MANILA
POLO CLUB GAME (MAY 13, 1922)
I:116:9
PRINTING PLANT, MANILA (1900(1900 -) III:A6:8
PRISIONERS
PRISIONERS GREW VEGETABLES ON STO.
TOMAS GROUNDS I:156:21I:156:21- 22
PRISONERS GATHERED ON GROUNDS OF STO.
TOMAS INTERNMENT CAMP I:156:11
PRITCHARD, THOMAS V:9:123, 126126-128
PRITCHARD, THOMAS WITH CARLOS
P. ROMULO, ET AL (1948) V:9:123
PRIVATE RESIDENCE, HONOLULU
HONO LULU
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:163
PRIZE OF FALSE LEADERSHIP I:131:13
PRIZE SCHOLARS OF JESUIT SCHOOL
I:60:8
PROCESSION OF NATIVES, BOLONG
I:183:49
PROCLAMATION OF THE PHILIPPINE
COMMONWEALTH (1935) I:133:1,
3-4, 1616 -18
PROCLAMATION TO THE PEOPLE OF THE
PHILIPPINES,
PHILIPP INES, BY DOUGLAS
MACARTHUR I:93:13
PROMENADE AND MONUMENT TO
HERNANDO DE MAGALLANES
(1880(1880 -1900) III:A14:9
PROPAGANDA/SURRENDER/LIBERAPROPAGANDA/SURRENDER/LIBERA-TION
(JIM BLACK COLLECTION) V:29:1
V:29: 1-28
PROTESTS, DEMONSTRATIONS AT CLARK
AIR BASE I:70:33
PROVINCES I:143:1I:143:1-22
PROVINCIAL BUILDING (ILOILO) I:80:3
PROVINCIAL BUILDING OF BACOLOD
(1901) I:123:3
PROVINCIAL CAPITOL BUILDING OF LEYTE
I:93:7
PROVINCIAL CAPITOL BUILDING, SANTA
CRUZ, LAGUNA (JUNE(JUNE - DECEMBER
1945) III:A10:21III:A10:21- 22
PROVINCIAL CAPITOL OF ZAMBOANGA
I:183:47
I:183: 47
PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT BUILDING OF
AMBOS CAMARINES PROVINCE
I:144:5
PROVINCIAL GOVERNORS (1932)
I:137:51
PROVINCIAL GOVERNORS SRES.
FORMOSO, CAILLES Y SEVILLA WITH
FRANK MURPHY (1934) I:137:55
PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
(CORREGIDOR) I:48:8
PUBLIC EXECUTION
EXECUTION (PHIL(PHIL -AM WAR)
I:129:46, 98
PUBLIC LAW 480 AGREEMENT (AUGUST
6, 1979) I:166:36
PUBLIC PARK, HAVANA, CUBA (1900(1900 -)
III:A3:156
PUBLIC SCHOOL (ANGELES, PAMPANGA)
I:144:4
PUBLIC SCHOOL (CORREGIDOR) I:48:8
PUBLIC SCHOOL AT OLONGAPO (POSTCARD)
I:162:15
PUBLIC WORKS, MOUNTAIN PROVICE (1900(1900-)
III:A6:98III:A6:98 -100
PUENTA DE ESPANA (1898(1898 - ) III:A5:4
PUENTE CAPRICIO, LA LAGUNA (1880(1880-1900)
III:A14:23
PUENTE COLGANTE (1880(1880- 1900) III:A14:8
PUENTE DEL GENERAL BLANCO I:32:9I:32:9 -12
PUENTECITO DE SAN SEBASTIAN, MANILA
(1880
(1880 -1900) III:A14:18
PUERTA DE ISABEL (INTRAMUROS) I:82:3, 38
PUERTA DE ISABEL II, INTRAMUROS (1880(18801900) III:A14:10
PUERTO PRINCESA, CLEARING THE HARBOR
I:170:12
PUNISHMENT FOR VARIOUS CRIMES (MANILA,
PREPRE -WAR) V:1:48
PUTNAM, GEORGE A. I:186:67
PUYAT, GENE II:75:31
PUYAT, GIL WITH MRS. RICHARD A .
BYROADE, ET AL II:75:32
PUYAT, JOSE (ASSEMBLYMAN) INSPECTS
AID/CRS DONATED CLOTHING (1981)
I:166:32
PX STORE (CAMP JOHN HAY) I:39:27
Q BOATS I:186:58
QUARTER CENTURY CLUB (J. P. HEILBRONN
CO.) I:66:33
[Q]
QUARTERS OF U. S. SOLDIERS IN A CHURCH
IN MALABON (1899) I:132:13
QUARTERS AT CAMP JOHN HAY I:39:7
QUARTERS AT FORT STOTSENBERG I:70:25
QUARTERS AT SUBIC, OLONGAPO I:162:17
QUARTERS OF GEN. LEONARD WOOD
(PARANG, MINDANAO, 1900) I:119I:119-A:29
QUASHA,
UAS HA, WILLIAM (DIRECTOR, ST. LUKE’S
LUKE’S
HOSPITAL) II:61:10
QUASHA, WILLIAM H. (ST. LUKE’S HOSPITAL
DIRECTOR, 19781978- 1996) I:150:79
QUASHA, WILLIAM WITH CLAUDE M. WILSON,
ET AL V:9:14
QUAYLE, DAN – VISIT TO THE PHILIPPINES,
1986 II:15:3II:15:3-7
QUAYLE, DAN (U.S. VICE PRESIDENT, 198119811989) II:15:3II:15:3 -7
QUAYLE, DAN AND MRS. QUAYLE IN THE
PHILIPPINES (1986) II:15:4II:15:4 -7
QUAYLE, DAN AT THE U.S. EMBASSY
(1986) II:15:3II:15:3- 4
QUAYLE, DAN WITH NICHOLAS PLATT
(1986) II:15:3II:15:3- 4
QUEEN’S PALACE, HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN
ISLANDS (1900(1900-) III:A3:165
III:A3:165
QUEMADA, LEONOR (1989) I:166:29
QUEZON AND SAYRE AT OPENING OF JAIJAIALAI (1940) V:5:44
QUEZON BRIDGE (MANILA) I:36:12, 15
QUEZON BRIDGE (RUINS) I:108:14I:108:14-15
QUEZON, AURORA A. I:66:20I:66:20 -21; I:76:70
QUEZON, MANUEL L. II:63:1; II:65:1II:65:1-4
QUEZON, MANUEL L. (1935(1935- 1944)
I:72:13; II:65:1II:65:1- 4
QUEZON, MANUEL L. AND DOUGLAS
MACARTHUR (DECEMBER 17, 1941)
V:1:46
QUEZON, MANUEL L. AND FRANCIS B.
SAYRE (1940) V:5:44
QUEZON, MANUEL L. AND JAMES M.
CRAWFORD INSPECTING PINEAPPLE
PROCESSING
PROCESSING AT DEL MONTE,
CAGAYAN DE ORO V:9:135
QUEZON, MANUEL L. AT AMERICAN
RUBBER PLANTATION V:5:45
QUEZON, MANUEL L. FAMILY II:65:2
QUEZON, MANUEL L. MEETS COUNCIL OF
STATE IN MARIKINA (NOVEMBER 11,
1941) V:1:47
QUEZON, MANUEL L. REMAINS AT
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
(AUGUST 4, 1944) I:145:3
QUEZON, MANUEL L. WITH GEN.
DOUGLAS MACARTHUR II:65:3
QUEZON, MANUEL L. WITH GOV. GEN.
ROOSEVELT AT MANILA HOTEL
I:145:2
QUEZON, MANUEL L. WITH MACARTHUR
AT A BANQUET AT MANILA (1936)
I:145:1
QUEZON, MANUEL L., WITH WOOD,
FORBES AND OSMENA (MAY 4,
1921) I:124:3
QUEZON. MANUEL L., JR. (JUNE 15,
1960) II:62:7
QUEZONQUEZON-AVANCENA, ZENAIDA (JUNE 15,
1960) II:62:7
QUIAPO CHURCH (MANILA) I:146:1I:146:1 -2
QUIAPO CHURCH (MANILA, 1940)
I:106:22
QUIMSON,
QUIMSON, JOHN (MRS.) WITH AMB. AND MRS.
HENRY A. BYROADE, MR. AND MRS.
GERARDO ROXAS, AND SEBASTIAN
UGARTE II:29:19II:29:19- 23
QUINGUA BRIDGE SPANS FOUR 100 FT.
(1913) V:7:110
QUINGUA RIVER, CABANATUAN (1913)
V:7:112
QUIRINO, ELPIDIO (1948(1948 -1953)
II:68:1II:68:1- 12; I:69:1
QUIRINO, ELPIDIO ADDRESSED THE U.S.
SENATE AND HOUSE OF
REPRESENTATIVES II:68:12
QUIRINO, ELPIDIO VISITS U.S. PRES. HARRY
TRUMAN II:68:6II:68:6 -7
QUIRINO, ELPIDIO WITH AMB. PAUL V.
MCNUTT, PRES. HARRY TRUMAN, AND
JOAQUIN M. ELIZALDE
ELIZALDE II:68:6II:68:6-7
QUIRINO, ELPIDIO WITH PRES. MANUEL A.
ROXAS (JULY 3, 1946) II:67:2
QUIRINO, ELPIDIO WITH PRES. ROXAS,
MCNUTT, AND MACARTHUR (1946)
I:138:9
QUIRINO, ELPIDIO WITH THOMAS LOCKETT, ET
AL. II:68:2II:68:2-5
QUIRINO, ELPIDIO WITH U.S. VICE PRES.
RICHARD M. NIXON PRESENTING
MESSAGE FROM PRES. EISENHOWER
(1956) II:9:12
QUISUMBING, EDUARDO II:75:33
QUONSET HUTS I:172:15I:172:15-16, 56, 6969- 72
[R]
R. C. BEACON LANTERS OR PORT LIGHTS
(1913) V:7:129
R.P.R.P. -U.S. BASES TALKS (OCTOBER 15, 1976)
II:30:25
R.R. TRAIN (1900
( 19001900-) III:A3:6
RADA Y VILLA DE ZAMBOANGA I:183:28
RADFORD, ARTHUR W. I:53:1I:53:1-3
RAFT OF COCONUTS IN PASIG RIVER (1900(1900-)
III:A3:45
RAFTS OF HEWN TIMBER AND ROUGHLY
HEWN BANCAS, DALUPOAN, CAMARINES
SUR (1913) V:7:48
RAIL ROAD TRAIN AT CALOOCAN STATION
V:5:26
RAILROAD (CEBU) I:42:2
RAILROAD (CORREGIDOR) I:48:6
RAILROAD (ESCOLTA) I:63:4I:63:4-5, 8; I:106:15
RAILROAD (MALOLOS) I:104:3I:104:3-4
RAILROAD ALONG SANTA CRUZ BRIDGE
FROM PLAZA GOITI (1900(1900-)
III:A12:86
RAILROAD IN CALOOCAN (1898(1898-)
III:A5:24
RAILROAD STATION
STA TION AT SAN FERNANDO,
PAMPANGA III:A9:34
RAILROAD TRAIN, MANILA NORTHBOUND
V:4:37
RAILWAY TO DAGUPAN (1898(1898-) III:A5:25
RAILWAYS (MALOLOS) I:104:3I:104:3-4
RAISING THE AMERICAN FLAG ON
CORREGIDOR UNDER JAP FIRE
I:49:12
RAISING THE SAIL ON THE BAMBOO MAST
MA ST
I:122:86
RAMIREZ, CRESCENCIA I:118I:118-A:7
RAMOS, FIDEL V. I:89:7I:89:7- 10; II:75:78
RAMOS, FIDEL V. AND MRS. RAMOS WITH
AMB. WILLIAM H. SULLIVAN
II:30:21II:30:21-22
RAMOS, JOSE B. II:75:34
RAMOS, LAUREANO I:91:3I:91:3- 4
RAMOS, NARCISO (FOREIGN SECRETARY)
II:75:1, 3535 -3 8
RAMOS, NARCISO (SECRETARY OF
FOREIGN AFFAIRS) AND AMB.
WILLIAM MC. BLAIR SIGNED AN
AGREEMENT OF $2.5 MILLION FOR
THE PRINTING OF TEXTBOOKS
(1966) II:27:10
RAMOS, NARCISO AND AMB. WILLIAM MC.
BLAIR SIGNED THE VETERANS
CLAIMS OF $30,120,000 (1966)
II:27:11
II:27:11
RAMOS, NARCISO AND DEAN RUSK
SIGNED PHILIPPINEPHILIPPINE -U.S. MILITARY
AGREEMENT II:75:38
RAMOS, NARCISO PAYS COURTESY TO
PRES. SUKARNO IN JAKARTA,
INDONESIA (AUGUST 20, 1966)
II:75:35
RAMOS, NARCISO TOAST WITH AMB.
WILLIAM MC. BLAIR AND JAMES N.
TULL (1966)
(1966) II:27:13
RAMOS, NARCISO WITH AMB. WILLIAM
BLAIR JR., AND JAMES N. TULL
II:54:3
RAMOS, NARCISO WITH AMB. WILLIAM
MC. BLAIR, GAUTTIER BISNAR, AND
RICHARD B. PETERS (DECEMBER 13, 1966)
II:27:6II:27:6- 9
RAMOS, NARCISO WITH GEN. SUHARTO IN
JAKARTA (AUGUST 25, 1966)
196 6) II:75:36
RAMSEY, EDWIN I:5:54
RANCHO PARK GOLF CLUB I:7:20
TH
RANGER BATTALION, 6 WITH PRES.
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT (MARCH 8,
1945) II:4:1
RAQUIZA, ANTONIO DISCUSSED WITH ALBERT
G. VIGDERMAN DURING VISIT TO
WASHINGTON, D.C. 11:75:39
RASUL, GULAMU (ASSEMBLYMAN OF SULU)
I:122:90
RATHGEBER, G. H. (LT.) I:137:39
RAVAGES OF WAR IN MANILA (1898(1898 -)
III:A5:51
RAVANZO, RAMON I:166:47I:166:47 -50
RAY, BEECHER (MAJ.) I:163:5
RAZON, BENITO WITH THE JOINT
PREPARATORY COMMITTEE ON
PHILIPPINE AFFAIRS (1936) I:137:57
READING, LORD (UNITED KINGDOM, SEATO,
1954) I:157:1
READY FOR THE ENEMY (1900(1900-) III:A3:62
READYREADY- AIMAIM-FIRE I:93:8
REAGAN FAMILY AT THE WHITE HOUSE
II:12:10; II:12II:12- A:32
REAGAN FAMILY WITH MRS. IMELDA MARCOS,
1969 III:A18:5, 10
REAGAN FAMILY, AND MARCOS FAMILY 1969
III:A18:11III:A18:11- 12
REAGAN, RONALD (AS A POSSIBLE 1968
REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE)
II:12:1II:12:1- 2
REAGAN, BESS II:12:10; II:12II:12-A:32
REAGAN, CAMERON II:12:10; II:12II:12-A:32
REAGAN, COLLEEN II:12:10; II:12II:12-A:32
REAGAN, DORIA II:12:10; II:12II:12-A:32
REAGAN, MAUREEN II:12:10; II:12II:12-A:32
REAGAN, MICHAEL II:12:10; II:12II:12-A:32
REAGAN, NANCY (OFFICIAL PORTRAIT AS
FIRST LADY) II:12:12II:12:12-15
REAGAN, NANCY AND PRES. REAGAN WITH
PRES. AND MRS. JIMMY CARTER II:12:11
REAGAN, NANCY PORTRAITS II:12:12II:12:12 -15,
II:12II:12-A:30
REAGAN, NANCY WITH AMB. HENRY BYROADE,
AND PRES. AND MRS. FERDINAND
MARCOS, 1969 III:A18:3
REAGAN, NEIL II:12:10; II:12II:12-A:32
REAGAN, RON II:12:10; II:12II:12 -A:32
REAGAN, RONALD (INAUGURAL BALL IN
MANILA, 1981) V:5:47
REAGAN, RONALD (OFFICIAL WHITE
WHITE
HOUSE PHOTOS) II:12II:12-A:1A:1- 2
REAGAN, RONALD (U.S. PRESIDENT,
19811981-1989) II:1:37; II:12:1II:12:1 -18;
II:12II:12-A:1A:1 -43
REAGAN, RONALD (WHITE HOUSE
PORTRAIT) II:12II:12-A:4
REAGAN, RONALD AND MRS. NANCY
REAGAN II:12:3II:12:3 -4, 66- 11; II:12II:12A:12,19A:12,19- 21, 25, 2727-29
REAGAN, RONALD AND
AND MRS. REAGAN
DANCE AT THE INAUGURAL BALL IN
THE SMITHSONIAN’S MUSEUM OF
AMERICAN MEMORY II:12:9
REAGAN, RONALD AND MRS. REAGAN
WITH MRS. IMELDA MARCOS, 1969
III:A18:4
REAGAN, RONALD AND MRS. REAGAN
WITH PRES. AND MRS. FERDINAND
MARCOS, 1969 III:A18:1III:A18:1 -2, 1313- 17,
2020-25,4325,43- 45
REAGAN, RONALD AND MRS. REAGAN
WITH PRES. AND MRS. FERDINAND
MARCOS, AND MR. & MRS. EDUARDO
COJUANGCO, 1969 III:A18:6
REAGAN, RONALD AND MRS. REAGAN
WITH PRES. AND MRS. JIMMY
CARTER II:12:11
REAGAN, RONALD AND MRS. REAGAN,
PRES. AND MRS. FERDINAND MARCOS
TOASTS WITH AMB. HENRY BYROADE,
1969 III:A18:31
REAGAN, RONALD AS GOVERNOR OF
CALIFORNIA II:12:6II:12:6 -8
REAGAN, RONALD DANCE WITH MRS.
IMELDA MARCOS, 1969
1969 III:A18:27III:A18:27-30,
34
REAGAN, RONALD DELIVERS THE FIRST
INAUGURAL ADDRESS EVER
FROM THE WEST FRONT OF THE
CAPITOL II:12II:12-A:42A:42-43
REAGAN, RONALD DELIVERS HIS
INAUGURAL ADDRESS II:12II:12 -A:17A:1718
REAGAN, RONALD HOLDING A DOLLAR
BILL II:12II:12-A:5A:5 -7
REAGAN, RONALD INAUGURATION DAY AS
U.S. PRESIDENT II:12:3II:12:3 -5; II:12II:12A:12A:12-16
REAGAN, RONALD RECOVERING FROM A
BULLET WOUND SUFFERED DURING AN
ASSASSINATION ATTEMPT II:12II:12-A:29
REAGAN, RONALD TAKES THE OATH OF
OFFICE FROM CHIEF JUSTICE WARREN
BURGER AS MRS. REAGAN AND JIMMY
CARTER LOOKS ON II:12:3II:12:3- 4; II:12II:12-A:12A:1216
REAGAN, RONALD TRYING THE LECHON WITH
IMELDA MARCOS, 1969 III:A18:19
REAGAN, RONALD VISIT TO THE PHILIPPINES,
1969 III:A18:1
III:A18:1:1- 51
REAGAN, RONALD WITH GEORGE BUSH II:12II:12A:3
REAGAN, RONALD WITH GEORGE BUSH AND
ALEXANDER HAIG II:12II:12-A:37
REAGAN, RONALD WITH GEORGE BUSH, ET AL
II:12II:12-A:36
REAGAN, RONALD WITH GEORGE SHULTZ
II:12II:12-A:34
REAGAN, RONALD WITH PRES. CORAZON C.
AQUINO (SEPTEMBER
(SE PTEMBER 1986) II:73:3II:73:3- 4
REAGAN, RONALD WITH WORLD LEADERS
II:12II:12-A:35
REAGAN, RONALD, JR. AND FERDINAND
MARCOS, JR., 1969 III:A18:18
REAL GATE (INTRAMUROS, 1910) III:A1:4
REAL GATE LOOKING TOWARD CALLE
NOZALEDA (1913) V:7:83
REAL GATE THROUGH CITY WALL (1913)
V:7:82
REAL STREET (INTRAMUROS) I:82:8, 52
REBEL MORO DATU I:122:8
RECEIVING SHIP (POSTCARD) I:162:34
RECEPTACLES, PACO CEMETERY (POSTCARD)
I:125:8
RECEPTION AT POLO CLUB FOR W. CAMERON
FORBES I:180:128I:180:128- 131
RECEPTION FOR U.S. VICE PRES. AND MRS.
MRS.
LYNDON B. JOHNSON AT MALACANANG
PALACE (1961) II:8:15
RECEPTION IN VENEZUELA (JIMMY CARTER
WITH VENEZUELAN PRES. CARLOS
ANDRES PEREZ) II:11:39
RECOLETOS CHURCH I:44:35
RECONNOITERING (1900(1900-) III:A3:71
RECOVERED COINS IN BAGUIO (1945)
V:24:51
RECTO,
RECTO, CLARO M. (1935) I:133:6I:133:6 -7, 1111 -15
RECTO, CLARO M. WITH U.S. VICE PRES.
RICHARD M. NIXON (1956) II:9:10
RED BEACH (LEYTE) I:93:28I:93:28 -29
RED CROSS AT WORK IN THE FIELD
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:65
REED, THOMAS B. I:186:46
REESE, RUSSELL EARL I:117:20
REFUGEES STREAM
STREA M ACROSS PASIG RIVER
ON PONTOON BRIDGE I:107:12
REFUGEES STREAM ACROSS PASIG RIVER
ON PONTOON BRIDGE (1945) V:2:14
REFUGEES, VIETNAMESE (RESCUE
OPERATION) I:147:1I:147:1-8
REGALA, ROBERTO (SUPREME JUSTICE)
II:75:40II:75:40-43
REGALA, ROBERTO, GREETED BY JUSTICE
JU STICE
EARL WARREN II:75:43
REGALE, ROBERTO (CONSUL GEN.)
I:138:21
REGATTA ON THE PASIG RIVER
(SEPTEMBER 17, 1932) I:128:8
REGIMENT OF PHILIPPINE TROOPS
STATIONED NEAR MANILA (1899)
I:131:25
REGIONAL ADAPTIVE TECHNOLOGY
CENTER (MARAWI CITY) I:166:42
REGIONAL
RE GIONAL SERVICE CENTER (U.S.
EMBASSY) I:172:61
REINA CHRISTINA (SPANISH CRUISER)
I:26:12I:26:12 -13
REINA CHRISTINA, MANILA BAY (1900(1900-)
III:A3:59; III:A5:28
REINHARDT, JOHN (DIRECTOR OF U.S.
INFORMATION AGENCY, 19771977-1981)
II:14:22II:14:22-23
REIS, JULIUS S. V:9:54
RELAX
RELAX TIME OF AMERICAN SOLDIERS
(1898) I:158:7
RELIEF GOODS FOR TYPHOON VICTIMS
(1970) I:69:14I:69:14 -15
RELIEF OPERATIONS, AMERICAN I:69:13I:69:1316
REMAINS OF SEVERAL PRIESTS KILLED
IN WALLED CITY I:83:10
REMEDIOS MODERN STUDIO I:66:22
REMONTADO, RIZAL PROVINCE (1913)
(1913)
V:7:139
REMOVING THE STATUE OF QUEEN
ELIZABETH FROM HAVANA, CUBA
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:135
RENNE, ROLAND (MRS.) I:166:22
RENNE, ROLAND R. (ECA CHIEF)
I:166:16, 22
RENNOLD, WILLIAM H. V:9:55
RENOVATED KITCHEN AT AMBASSADOR’S
RESIDENCE IN DEL PAN ST.
ST. I:178:82
REPEATED STRIKES BY CARRIER BASED
AIRCRAFT HAVE LEFT MANILA HARBOR
I:107:30
TH
REPLACEMENT BATTALION, 147
(PHILIPPINE SCOUTS) INSPECTION WITH
GEN. DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER AT CLARK
FIELD (MAY 6, 1946) II:6:2
RESERVATION OFFICES AT OLONGAPO
(POSTCARD)
(POSTCARD) I:162:16
RESTAURANT (CAMP JOHN HAY) I:39:16
RD
RETREAT FORMATION, 3 AERO SQUADRON
EMBLEM AT CAMP STOTSENBERG
(NOVEMBER 1919) III:A11:14
REVELL, DENNIS II:12:10; II:12II:12-A:32
REVIEWING STAND (MEMBERS OF THE
CARTER AND MONDALE FAMILIES REVIEW
THE INAUGURAL
INAUG URAL PARADE II:11:11
REYES, EDDIE V:10:21, 47, 52
REYES, EDDIE WITH MAYOR FURIGAY, DATU
UNDING, AND TOM CARTER V:10:52
REYES, F. V. D. COLLECTION I:114I:114-A:1A:1-23
REYES, FERNANDO V. D. I:114I:114-A:3, 66- 11, 14,
1919- 21; I:13:2
REYES, PEDRO R. I:114I:114-A:3, 1010-12, 1919-22
REYES, PEDRO R. AND SONS (1934 & 1972)
I:114I:114- A:10A:10- 11
REYES, PONCIANO I:114I:114-A:6A:6-11, 13, 1919- 21
REYES, SAMUEL II:75:4
REYES, VIRGILIO II:75:44
REYNOLDS, CHARLES A. WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL STAFF
(NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
REYNOLDS, E. E. I:7:27
RIANO, LOLITA I:5:21
RICE FIELD, MOUNTAIN PROVINCE (1900(1900-)
III:A6:91
RICE FIELDS (1900(1900 -) III:A12:80III:A12:80- 81, 93, 99,
106106 -108, 123, 136, 164
RICE HUSKING I:134:2
RICE PLANTING (POSTCARD) I:142:40
RICE STORAGE JAR (SANGALI) I:122:73
RICE TERRACES
TERRACES V:16:21V:16:21-27
RICE, HELEN I:66:34
RICE, HENRY I:66:11
RICHARDSON, ARTHUR V:9:19
RICHMOND, SHANNON WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL STAFF
(NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
RICHMOND, SHANNON WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY
ALBAY PROVINCIAL
STAFF (1904(1904-1905)
1905) V:12:10
RICHTER, RUTH WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON, ET AL.
AL. V:12:5
RICKER, L. H. (MAJ.) WITH CAPT. JAMES
LOCKEFF, CAPT. C. W. G. GALE, AND
LT. LEROY ELRINGE (1898(1898-)
III:A5:11
RIFFLES OUTSIDE TENT I:159:83
RIO PASIG, MANILA (1910) V:14:6V:14:6-7
RIO TUMAGA QUE ALIMENTA
ALI MENTA LA ZANJA DE
ZAMBOANGA I:183:29
RIVER I:9:4
RIVER IN CANDABA (PAMPANGA) I:127:11
RIVER IN GUAGUA, PAMPANGA
(SEPTEMBER 1932) I:127:2, 10
RIVER LANDING AT MALOLOS
MAL OLOS
(POSTCARD) III:A22:129
RIVER SCENE, SHOWING DENSE FOREST
GROWTH (1913)
(1913) V:7:47
RIVER VALLEY (CEBU) I:42:59
RIVERSON (PROF., JULY 18, 1900)
I:186:54
RIZAL (SHIP) I:59:25
RIZAL AVENUE, MANILA (POSTCARD)
I:111:27
RIZAL MEMORIAL BASEBALL STADIUM,
MANILA (POSTCARD) I:111:28
RIZAL MEMORIAL TENNIS STADIUM,
MANILA (POSTCARDS) I:111:24I:111:24- 25
RIZAL MONUMENT I:148:1I:148:1- 2
RIZAL MONUMENT ON LUNETA, MANILA
(1900(1900 -) III:A7:47
RIZAL MONUMENT, MANILA (POSTCARD)
I:111:23
RIZAL, JOSE P., 18611861- 1896 I:148:1I:148:1- 13
RIZAL, JOSEFA I:148:8
RIZAL, LUCIA (DE HERBOSA) I:148:6
RIZAL, MARIA I:148:7I:148:7- 8
RIZAL, NARCISA I:148:7
RIZAL, OLYMPIA I:148:5
RIZAL, PACIANO I:148:3I:148:3-4
RIZAL, SATURNINA I:148:9
RIZAL’S MANUSCRIPT WHILE IN EXCILE
AT DAPITAN, MINDANAO (1896)
I:148:11
ROAD BUILDING IN MINDANAO I:166:4
ROAD BUILDING PROJECT UNDER
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
DEVELOPMEN T
PROGRAM (1959) I:166:9
ROAD NEAR POZORUBIO, PANGASINAN
PROVINCE (POSTCARD) III:A22:80
III:A22: 80
ROAD TO LUNETA PARK, MANILA (1898(1898-)
III:A5:67
ROADES, WALTER (EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF
SUPERIOR COACH) I:114I:114-A:13
ROAST PIG IN MANILA I:105:10
2/79,
2/79, WALTER AND
AND SAM GACHES V:9:74
ROBBINS, BOB WITH PRES. CLINTON, AND
OTHER WAR VETERANS, CORREGIDOR
(NOVEMBER 13, 1994) V:9:83
ROBBINS, CARL (1936) I:137:57
ROBERTS, CLETE I:99:4.2
I:99:4.2
ROBINSON, CHARLES W. I:166:46
ROCES, ISABEL II:75:45
ROCES, JESUS MARCOS II:75:46
II:75: 46
ROCES, JOAQUIN II:75:47
ROCHA, ANDRES I:66:11
ROCHA, LOLITA I:8:2
ROCKEFELLER, MARGARETTA M. WITH MR.
NELSON A. ROCKEFELLER II:17:1II:17:1-3
ROCKEFELLER, NELSON A. (U.S. VICE
PRESIDENT, 19741974-1977) II:17:1II:17:1- 3
ROCKEFELLER, NELSON A. AND MRS.
ROCKEFELLER II:17:1
II:17:1:17:1-3
ROCKEFELLER, NELSON VISIT THE BERLIN
WALL II:17:3
ROCO, VICENTE III (1985) I:166:29
RODGERS, HENRY (CAPT) I:137:39
RODRIGUEZ, EULOGIO (SENATE PRES.) WITH
U.S. VICE PRES. RICHARD M. NIXON
(1956) II:9:11
RODRIGUEZ, EULOGIO B. (SEN.) POSED WITH
U.S.
U. S. VICE PRES. LYNDON B. JOHNSON,
PEDRO SABIDO AND PACITA MADRIGALMADRIGALGONZALES (1961) II:8:11
RODRIGUEZ, EULOGIO WITH PRES.
MAGSAYSAY AND JOSE B. LAUREL
(JANUARY 1954) II:69:3
RODRIGUEZ, EULOGIO WITH WILLIAM E.
STEVENSON AND JOHN GORDON MEIN
II:26:13
RODRIGUEZ,
RODRI GUEZ, JUAN (1956) I:166:40
RODRIGUEZ, JUAN DE G. (GOVERNOR OF
PANGASINAN) I:166:20
RODWAY, LOREN I:166:56
RODWELL, W. W. I:60:15; I:164:24I:164:24-29
ROGERS, LEE, AND JOHN C. TODD AT UST
CAMP V:3:15V:3:15- 16
ROGERS, THEO, ET. AL, AT THE UNIVERSITY
CLUB (LATE 1930’S)
1930’S) V:5:69V:5:69 -70
ROMAN, FRANCISCO I:11:6
ROMBLON (PROVINCE) I:143:12I:143:12- 13
ROMBLON INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
(1910, 1912) V:7:2
ROMERO, JOSE WITH THE JOINT
PREPARATORY COMMITTEE ON
PHILIPPINE AFFAIRS (1936)
I:137:57
ROMERO, PEDRO WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL
STAFF (NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
ROMERO, REDENTOR AND MRS. ROMERO,
WITH AMB. AND MRS. HENRY A.
BYRAODE, AND DUKE ELLINGTON
II:29:10
ROMUALDEZ, BENJAMIN II:75:48 II:75:
ROMUALDEZ, EDUARDO II:75:49II:75:49- 52
ROMUALDEZ, EDUARDO WITH PRES.
RICHARD NIXON II:75:51
ROMUALDEZ, ENRIQUE I:134I:134-A:1A:1- 4
ROMUALDEZ, NORBERTO JR.
(SECRETARY OF LABOR) WITH
ARTHUR J. GOLDBERG II:75:53II:75:53- 54
ROMUALDEZ, EDUARDO AND MRS.
ROMUALDEZ WITH PRES. AND MRS.
JIMMY CARTER II:75:52
ROMULO WITH DOUGLAS MACARTHUR,
AND SERGIO OSMENA
OS MENA I:99:12
ROMULO, CARLOS P. 1:69:41:69:4 -6, 8,
I:72:13, I:94:1, 33-8; I:99:12;
I:138:13; I:166:47; I:172:57;
I:174:3I:174:3 -4; II:75:55II:75:55- 56
ROMULO, CARLOS P. SIGNED A MUTUAL
AGREEMENT WITH AMB. WILLIAM H.
SULLIVAN II:30:12
ROMULO, CARLOS P. V:9:123, 129
ROMULO, CARLOS P. (GEN.) WITH THE
AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS
COMMISSION AT MANILA AIRPORT
(1960) III:A13:24
ROMULO, CARLOS P. AND AMB. RICHARD
W. MURPHY II:75:55
ROMULO, CARLOS P. AT STO. TOMAS
(FEBRUARY 21, 1945) I:156:28
ROMULO, CARLOS P. RECEIVES MEDAL
FROM AMB.
A MB. MICHAEL H. ARMACOST
II:33:8
ROMULO, CARLOS P. SIGNS THE UNITED
NATIONS CHARTER IN SAN
FRANCISCO, U. S. A. (JUNE 26,
1945) I:165:1I:165:1-2
ROMULO, CARLOS P. WITH AMB. MICHAEL
H. ARMACOST AND MR. TANAKA
(1981) II:33:9II:33:9- 10
ROMULO, CARLOS P. WITH AMB. RICHARD W.
MURPHY (AUGUST 1979) I:166:36
ROMULO, CARLOS P. WITH ARSENIO LUZ, AND
FRED SAN JUAN AT THE MANGO TERRACE
V:9:129
ROMULO, CARLOS P. WITH GOV. AND MRS.
RONALD REAGAN, AND PRES. AND MRS.
FERDINAND MARCOS, 1969 III:A18:41
ROMULO, CARLOS P. WITH LESTER L. WOLFF
II:58:4
ROMULO, CARLOS P. WITH SERGIO OSMENA,
ET AL . (1944) I:124:34
ROMULO, CARLOS P. WITH THOMAS
PRITCHARD, ET AL (1948) V:9:123, 129
ROOSEVELT (MRS.) I:7:35
ROOSEVELT, ALICE (1905) II:61:15
ROOSEVELT, ELEONOR R. (FL, 19331933 -1945)
II:4:5II:4:5-8
ROOSEVELT,
ROOSEVELT, ELEONOR R. GREETING HER
MAORI GUIDE IN NEW ZEALAND (1943)
II:4:8
ROOSEVELT, ELEONOR R. IN ROME WITH
GRANDDAUGHTER NINA II:4:7
ROOSEVELT, ELEONOR R. MADE A TRIP TO
NEW ZEALAND (1943) II:4:8
ROOSEVELT, ELEONOR R. RETURNS FROM
BANGKOK II:4:6
ROOSEVELT,
ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. I:133:1I:133:1 -14
ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. (U.S. PRESIDENT,
19331933-1945) II:1:30; II:4:1II:4:1- 9
ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. AT U.S. CAPITAL,
RECEIVES 12 U.S. ARMY RANGERS
(MARCH 8, 1945) II:4:1
ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. BURIAL PARADE
(APRIL 1945) II:4:4
ROOSEVELT,
ROO SEVELT, FRANKLIN D. SIGNING THE
CONSTITUTION OF THE PHILIPPINE
COMMONWEALTH (1935) I:133:2, 66 -7,
1111- 12
ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. SIGNING THE
TYDINGSTYDINGS- MCDUFFIE LAW (MARCH 24,
1935) I:133:8I:133:8-10
ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. WITH WILLIAM J.
BRYAN AND PRES. WOODROW WILSON
WILSON
(1914) II:4:2
ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. WITH WINSTON
CHURCHILL IN CASABLANCA (JANUARY
1943) II:4:3
ROOSEVELT, JAMES II:50:1II:50:1 -4
ROOSEVELT, NINA WITH GRANDMOTHER
ELEONOR R. ROOSEVELT IN ROME II:4:7
ROOSEVELT, THEODORE I:7:35; I:70:14I:70:1415; I:72:15
ROOSEVELT,
ROOSEVE LT, THEODORE (U.S.
PRESIDENT, 19011901-1909) II:1:24
ROOSEVELT, THEODORE AND THE ROUGH
RIDERS (CUBA 1898) I:185:27
ROSARIO STREET (MANILA) I:106:16I:106:16-17,
20
ROSARIO STREET (STA. CRUZ) 1:106:20
ROSARIO STREET, BINONDO, MANILA
V:1:6, 9, 13, 30
ROSE, THOMAS
T HOMAS L. I:166:43
ROSENSTOCK, CHRISTIAN W. V:9:20
ROSENTHAL, JAMES D. WITH FRANK
CARLUCCI AND ISABELO R. CASTRO
II:61:22
ROSINUS, GUNTHER II:51:1II:51:1 -2
ROSS, ERV I:7:20I:7:20- 21
ROSS, JAMES I:117:21
ROSS, LANNY (MAJ.) I:137:71
ROSS, SCHARD I:7:32
ROSSITER, THOMAS
THOMAS PRITCHARD, ARTIST
(PAINTING OF GEORGE
WASHINGTON WITH MARQUIS DE
LAFAYETTE) II:2:1II:2:1- 2
ROTARY CLUB OF MANILA GATHERING
ATTENDED BY AMB. CHARLES E.
BOHLEN (JULY 18, 1957) II:24:43
ROTARY CLUB AT MANILA HOTEL (1940)
I:149:4I:149:4 -5
ROTARY CLUB OF MANILA I:149:1
I:149:1:149:1 -9
ROTARY CLUB OF MANILA AT MANILA
HOTEL (1940) I:149:4I:149:4-5
ROTARY CLUB OF MANILA AT THE
UNIVERSITY CLUB (1939?) I:149:6
ROTARY CLUB OF MANILA AT THE
MANILA ELKS CLUB (JULY 4, 1935)
I:149:7
ROTARY CLUB OF MANILA MEMORIAL
DEDICATION I:149:1
ROTARY CLUB PRESIDENTS (1919(1919 -1959)
I:149:9
ROTARY INTERNATIONAL I:76:17I:76:17- 18
ROTONDA, MANILA (POSTCARD)
(POSTCARD)
III:A22:70
ROUGH RIDERS AND THEODORE
ROOSEVELT (CUBA, 1898) I:185:27
ROUND STOVE AND TRIANGULAR STOVE
(SINGALI) I:122:70
ROUND STOVE, SANGALI I:122:67
I:122: 67
ROUNDS, STEPHEN (USICA MANILA) AT THE
AHC LIBRARY (MAY 26, 1978) V:13:4V:13:4-7
ROUTE MAP OF CLARK FIELD (1942)
III:A11:44
ROXAS BOULEVARD (MANILA) I:105:2;
I:106:21, I:171:17
ROXAS, ELPIDIO R. (BAGUIO RESIDENCE)
I:16:4
ROXAS, GERARDO I:69:3
ROXAS, GERARDO
GERARDO AND MRS. ROXAS WITH
AMB. AND MRS. HENRY A. BYROADE, ET
AL.
AL. II:29:19II:29:19- 23
ROXAS, JUDY I:69:3
ROXAS, MANUEL A. (1946(1946-1948) II:67:1II:67:1- 3
ROXAS, MANUEL A. AT A STATE DINNER, WITH
AMB. PAUL V. MCNUTT, GEN. DOUGLAS
MACARTHUR, AND SERGIO OSMENA
(JULY 4, 1946) II:67:3
ROXAS, MANUEL A. WITH COL. EUBANK AT
CLARK FIELD (MARCH 14, 1948) II:67:1
ROXAS, MANUEL A. WITH VICE PRES. ELPIDIO
QUIRINO (JULY 3, 1946) II:67:2
ROXAS, MANUEL GREETS DOUGLAS
MACARTHUR (JULY 4, 1946) I:138:11
ROXAS, MANUEL L. (PRES.) VISIT TO CLARK
FIELD (APRIL 15, 1948) III:A11:64, 66
ROXAS, MANUEL L. WITH GEN. EUGENE L.
EUBANK AT CLARK FIELD (APRIL 15,
1948) III:A11:66
ROXAS, MANUEL SIGNS DIPLOMATIC
AGREEMENT AFTER TAKING OATH OF
OFFICE (JULY 4, 1946) I:138:8
ROXAS,
ROXAS, MANUEL WITH DR. FRED MEYER AT
CAPIZ I:118I:118- A:2
ROXAS, MANUEL WITH MCNUTT, QUIRINO,
MACARTHUR (1946) I:138:9
ROXAS, MANUEL WITH THE JOINT
PREPARATORY COMMITTEE ON
PHILIPPINE AFFAIRS (1936) I:137:57
ROYAL GATE AT PAGSANJAN
PAGSANJAN
(POSTCARD) III:A22:79
III:A22:79
ROYAL PALMS, THE PRINCIPAL TREES OF
CUBA (1900(1900-) III:A3:158
ROYAL STREET (MALATE) I:62:5I:62:5- 7;
ROYAL STREET AND MALATE BARRACKS
I:103:2I:103:2 -4
ROYCE WITH MOTHER I:7:19
RSC, EMBASSY COMPOUND (1963) I:172:61
RUBBER PLANTATION (PARANG, MINDANAO)
I:119
I:119- A:30A:30- 31
RUBBER PLANTATION AT LATUAN, BASILAN
V:10:57
RUBBER PLANTATION IN BASILAN,
ZAMBOANGA I:81:8
RUDD, A. J. (LT., SIGNAL CORPS. FIRST
COMPANY, 1898) III:A5:119
RUINS OF BATTERIES CROCKETT AND
GEARY, CORREGIDOR V:11:10
RUINS OF MANILA (1945) I:108:37I:108:37-40
RUINS OF OFFICERS HOUSING AND
WATER TANKS, CORREGIDOR V:11:8
TH
RUINS OF THE 59 COAST ARTILLERY
REGIMENT BARRACKS, CORREGIDOR
V:11:14
RURAL HEALTH SERVICE I:166:11
RUSH, KENNETH, ARTHUR HUMMEL AND
AMB. WILIAM H. SULLIVAN,
BRIEFING WITH PRES. FERDIAND E.
MARCOS AT MALACANANG II:30:8
RUSK, DEAN (SECRETARY OF STATE)
WELCOMED SALIPADA PENDATUN IN
WASHINGTON, D.C. (APRIL 6, 1966)
II:75:17
RUSK, DEAN (SECRETARY OF STATE,
STATE ,
19631963-1968) II:8:4
RUSK, DEAN (U.S. SECRETARY OF STATE,
1961
196161-1963) II:4:9
RUSK, DEAN DELIVERS UELOGY FOR
MRS. ELEONOR R. ROOSEVELT
(NOVEMBER 15, 1962) II:4:9
RUSK, DEAN WITH GOV. WILLIAM
SCRANTON, JOHN MCCONE, AND
CYRUS VANCE II:52:1
RUSSELL, BERTRAND I:7:28
RYAN, WILLIAM (CAPT.) I:65:13
[S]
S.S.
S.S. CHARLSTON IN THE DEWEY,
OLONGAPO (POSTCARD) I:162:21
S.S. BALTIMORE I:26:6
S.S. COLUMBIA I:96:4
S.S. ENTERPRISE I:162:63
S.S. GEN. ALAVE (POSTCARD) I:162:25
S.S. HART (AMERICANS ON BOARD,
COTABATO RIVER) I:52:6
S.S. KITKUM BAY I:93:21
S.S. LOUISIANA (POSTCARD)
(POSTCAR D) I:162:28
S.S. MAINE (POSTCARD) I:162:32
S.S. MAYON (POSTCARD) I:142:37
S.S. MONADOCK (POSTCARD) I:162:22
S.S. NEW ORLEANS (POSTCARD)
I:162:23
S.S. OLYMPUS I:96:1
S.S. PANTHER, 1920 (POSTCARD) I:162:29
S.S. PETREL I:26:11
S.S.
S. S. PRES. COOLIDGE I:8:5
I: 8:5
S.S. RALEIGH I:26:8
S.S. SOUTH DAKOTA I:162:20
S.S. ST. LO I:93:18I:93:18- 19
S.S.
S. S. THOMAS I:164:2I:164:2-4, 13, 3737-38
S.S. WARREN I:180:124I:180:124- 127
SABIDO, PEDRO (SEN.) POSED WITH U.S. VICE
PRES. LYNDON B. JOHNSON , EULOGIO B.
RODRIGUEZ AND PACITA MADRIGALMADRIGALGONZALES (1961) II:8:11
SABONG (KIP MOORE COLLECTION) V:17:1V:17:1100; V:18:1V:18:1-100; V:19:1V:19:1 -100
SABUNGEROS - CHEERS V:19:94
SABUNGEROS V:18:1V:18:1- 5
SABUNGEROS (KIP MOORE COLLECTION)
V:17:36V:17:36- 84; V:18:80, 9494 -99; V:19:48V:19:48-90
SABUNGEROSSABUNGEROS-CHOWTIME V:27V:27-29
SADAT, ANWAR (EGYPTIAN
(EGY PTIAN PRESIDENT) WITH
PRES. AND MRS. CARTER, ET AL. IN
EGYPT II:11:36
SAGADA GENTLEMAN I:65:12`
SAGE, CHARLES G. (MAJ. GEN.) WITH THE
AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS
COMMISSION AT MANILA AIRPORT (1960)
III:A13:24
SAGGING INTERLINK WIRE (BATAAN) III:A9: 5,
13
SAGRARIO, MARIA I:76:61
SAILBOATS (POSTCARD) I:142:15
SAINT AGUSTIN CONVENT AND CHURCH,
MANILA (RUINS) III:A8:21
SAINT DOMINGO (MANILA) I:105:64;
I:110:11I:110:11-13
SAINT PILAR SHRINE (ZAMBOANGA) I:183:67
SALAS, RAFAEL II:75:2
SALCEDO, JUAN, JR. II:75:57
SALEEBY, E. G. I:8:1
SALEEBY, M. M. I:116:13
SALEEBY, M. M. (MRS.) I:116:14
SALEM, RENATA I:66:10
SALES ROOM, HAT AND UMBRELLA FACTORY
(1908) III:A15:7
SALIENTES, MANUEL I:89:1
SALINGER, PIERRE (FORMER WHITE HOUSE
PRESS SECRETARY) WITH MRS.
JACQUELINE
JACQUELINE B. KENNEDY AT GRAVESITE
II:7:4
SALIPSIP, JIM V:9:3V:9:3 -4
SALIPSIP, JIM WITH CORNELIO PERALTA,
ET AL.
AL. V:9:3
SALIPSIP, JIM WITH LINDA TSAOYANG,
AND JANET G. THOMAS V:9:4
SAM STUDIO (ONGPIN) I:66:21
SAMAL HOUSES (MINDANAO) I:122:61
SAMAR (LEYTE) I:143:14
I:143: 14
SAMAR (PHIL(PHIL-AM WAR) I:130:31I:130:31 -49
SAMAR INSURGENT OFFICERS I:131:6
SAMAR INSURGENTS, SURRENDER
I:129:99
SAMBOR , STANLEY H. (SGT.) AND TAC5
ERNIE J. MAURO WITH FILIPINO
FAMILY IN CEBU (SEPTEMBER 1,
1945) I:95:19
SAMOKI VILLAGE I:34:4
SAMPALOC, MANILA (1898(1898- ) III:A5:66
SAMS, JERRY (PHOTOGRAPHER, STO.
TOMAS INTERNMENT CAMP, 1942)
III:A4:1III:A4:1- 22
SAMSON, FELIX WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL
STAFF (NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
SAN FERNANDO STREET (STA. CRUZ)
I:105:37
SAN AGUSTIN CHURCH (MANILA)
I:151:1:151:1 -6
SAN AGUSTIN CHURCH, INTRAMUROS,
MANILA (MOUNTED) I:109:10
SAN AGUSTIN CHURCH, MANILA (1880(18801900) III:A14:15
SAN AGUSTIN CHURCH, MANILA (1900(1900-)
III:A6:19; III:A14:30
SAN AGUSTIN CONVENT, MANILA (1900(1900-)
III:A6:20
SAN ANDRES PRIMARY SCHOOL, MALATE,
MALATE,
MANILA (1913) V:7:1
SAN ANTONIO DE ABAD AFTER
BOMBARDMENT BY DEWEY (1899(18991901) III:A5:84
SAN BEDA ALUMNOS BANQUETE ANNUAL
I:137:65
SAN BEDA COLLEGE (POSTCARD)
I:111:13
SAN CARLOS COLLEGE, ISLAND OF
CEBU (POSTCARD) III:A22:107
III:A22:107
SAN DOMINGO CATHEDRAL, MANILA
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:39
SAN FELIPE CHURCH I:44:34I:44:34-35
SAN FERNANDO (CEBU) I:42:10
SAN FERNANDO (LA UNION) I:152:1I:152:1- 15;
I:64:14
SAN FERNANDO CATHEDRAL (1900(1900 -)
III:A3:81
SAN FERNANDO POINT (LA UNION) I:152:2
SAN FERNANDO POINT FLASHING LIGHT
(1913) V:7:127
SAN FERNANDO PROVINCIAL SCHOOL, LA
UNION (1913) V:7:4
SAN FERNANDO, PAMPANGA III:A9:33III:A9:33 -36
SAN FERNANDO, LA UNION (PHOTOGRAPHS
BY J. Y. BRYAN, 1950) I:152:1I:152:1-8
SAN FRANCISCO CHURCH (INTRAMUROS)
I:82:38
SAN JOSE BEACH (CORREGIDOR) I:49:29
I:49: 29
SAN JOSE, MANILA (1880(1880 -1900) III:A14:21
SAN JUAN (POSTCARD) I:142:4
SAN JUAN (SIQUIJOR) I:123:2
SAN JUAN BRIDGE (MANILA) I:36:14
SAN JUAN BRIDGE, MANILA
MANILA
(POSTCARD) III:A22:91
ST
SAN JUAN BRIDGE (WHERE 1 SHOT WAS
FIRED OF PHILPHIL-AM WAR) I:129:89
SAN JUAN BRIDGE WHERE FIRST SHOT WAS
FIRED (FEBRUARY 4, 1899) I:36:14
SAN JUAN, FRED WITH CARLOS P. ROMULO,
AND ARSENIO LUZ AT THE MANGO
TERRACE V:9:129
SAN JUAN, SIQUIJOR NUDE CHILDREN ON
THE BEACH I:65:3
SAN LAZARO HOSPITAL, MANILA (POSTCARD)
(POSTCARD)
I:111:9
SAN LUIS APARTMENTS (RUINS) I:108:29
SAN LUIS TERRACE (RUINS) I:108:10
SAN MARCELINO CHURCH I:44:1
SAN MIGUEL (MANILA) 1:105:66; I:110:6I:110:6- 7
SAN MIGUEL BEER (AD) I:186:3I:186:3- 4
SAN MIGUEL, AZUCARERIA DE (1880(1880 -1900)
III:A14:20
SAN MIGUEL, CENON
CENON I:66:23, 33
SAN MIGUEL, MANILA (1898(1898 -) III:A5:65
SAN PALOC, MANILA (1898(1898 - ) III:A5:66
SAN RAMON DAVAO PENAL COLONY I:84:21
SAN SEBASTIAN BASILICA (MANILA) I:153:1I:153:1 3
SAN SEBASTIAN BASILICA (POSTCARD)
I:153:1
SAN SEBASTIAN CHURCH, MANILA
(MOUNTED) I:109:5
I:109:5
SAN SEBASTIAN, PUENTECITO DE, MANILA
(1880(1880 -1900) III:A14:18
ND
SANBORN, ELWELL A. (2 LT.), JANUARY
1932, AT CLARK FIELD III:A11:37
SANCHEZ, JESUS WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON, ET AL V:12:5
SANCHEZ, MODESTO I:11:32
SANDAKAN (BORNEO) I:185:11I:185:11-25
SANDERS,
SANDERS, L. P. (LT.) WITH GEN. E. S.
OTIS AND STAFF (1898(1898-) III:A5:9
SANDIKO, TEODORO (1935) I:133:13I:133:13-15
SANFORD (BISHOP) AT BRENT SCHOOL,
BAGUIO (1928) V:8:53
SANGALI (ZAMBOANGA) I:122:66I:122:66 -74
SANGLEY POINT (CAVITE) I:41:1, 1313 -18
SANGLEY POINT, CAVITE,
CAVITE, TURNOVER
CEREMONIES, AUGUST 31, 1971
(NEGATIVE PRINTPRINT- OUTS) I:184:5I:184:5 -6
SANITARY STEAM LAUNDRY (1909, 1913,
1915) V:9:113V:9:113 -116
SANTA ANA (RUINS) I:105:70I:105:70-71
SANTA ANA CABARET (OCCUPATION DAY)
I:76:34
SANTA ANA CHURCH I:129:85; I:158:16
SANTA ANA, MANILA
MANILA (1880(1880- 1900)
III:A14:22
SANTA CRUZ (MANILA) I:105:56
SANTA CRUZ BRIDGE FROM PLAZA GOITI
(1900(1900-) III:A12:86
SANTA CRUZ BRIDGE, PASIG RIVER
(1913) V:7:98
SANTA CRUZ CENTRAL SCHOOL (LAGUNA)
I:143:9
SANTA CRUZ CHURCH (MANILA)
I:110:22; I:113:1
SANTA CRUZ CHURCH (MANILA) I:154:1I:154:15; V:1:8
SANTA CRUZ CHURCH, MANILA (1880(18801900) III:A14:12
SANTA CRUZ CHURCH, MANILA (1899(18991900) III:A6:2; III:A5:34
SANTA CRUZ CHURCH, MANILA (RUINS)
III:A8:21, 33
SANTA CRUZ ESTERO I:105:8
SANTA CRUZ MAIZE PLOT
PLOT
DEMONSTRATION STATION (1913)
V:7:28
SANTA CRUZ ONION PLOT
DEMONSTRATION STATION (1913)
V:7:29
SANTA CRUZ, LAGUNA (PROVINCIAL
CAPITOL BUILDING, 1945)
III:A10:21III:A10:21- 22
SANTA CRUZ, MANILA (RUINS) III:A8:7
SANTA CRUZ, MARINDUQUE
MARINDUQUE (JANUARY 16,
1907) III:A16:66III:A16:66- 69
SANTA FILOMENA, GUAGUA (PAMPANGA)
I:127:10
SANTA MESA, MANILA (1898(1898 -) III:A5:74
SANTA RITA CLUB (GORDON’S PLACE AT
SUBIC) I:162:6
SANTA ROSA CONVENT COLLEGE (RUINS)
III:A8:3
SANTA ROSA, LAGUNA HIGH SCHOOL (JUNE(JUNE DECEMBER
DECEMBER 1945) III:A10:25
SANTIAGO, IGNACIO I:166:43
SANTO DOMINGO CHURCH (MANILA) I:155:1I:155:1 3
SANTO DOMINGO CHURCH, MANILA (RUINS)
III:A8:15
SANTO DOMINGO CHURCH, MANILA (1880(18801900) III:A14:14
SANTO DOMINGO CHURCH, MANILA (1900(1900-)
III:A6:18
SANTO DOMINGO GATE,
GA TE, BEGINNING WORK OF
WIDENING (1913) V:7:81
SANTO TOMAS GYMNASIUM
SANTO TOMAS CAMP WASHROOM V:3:17
SANTO TOMAS INTERNMENT CAMP V:3:1V:3:1-25;
V:23:9V:23:9-19
SANTO TOMAS INTERNMENT CAMP, 1942
(MANNING COLLECTION) III:A4:1III:A4:1-22
SANTO TOMAS LIBERATION (FEBRUARY
1945)
1945) V:3:18V:3:18- 22; V:23:17
SANTO TOMAS MONUMENT, MANILA (1900(1900-)
III:A6:22
SANTO TOMAS PLAZA (MANILA) I:105:38I:105:38 -40
SANTO TOMAS UNIVERSITY (AERIAL VIEW)
V:1:35V:1:35-36
SANTOS, BENITO I:66:23
SANTOS, H. I:7:31
SANTOS, R. F. WITH LEONARD G. DAWSON
AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL
PROVINCIAL STAFF
(NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
SAPAO (THE FORT) I:73I:73-A:12, 20, 2424- 25
SAUNDERS, NORMA I:66:10
SAW MILL (1900(1900-) III:A3:27
SAYRE, FRANCIS B. I:72:16; I:116:12, 14;
I:137:48, 50
SAYRE, FRANCIS B. AND MANUEL L. QUEZON
(1940) V:5:44
SAYRE, FRANCIS B. – VISIT TO SAN PABLO
CITY, LAGUNA (1941) I:137:48
SAYRE HIGHWAY, THREE MILES SOUTH OF
MARAWAG, MINDANAO (WWII) I:120:6
SCENE AT PRESIDIO, SAN FRANCISCO
(1900(1900-) III:A3:111
SCENE IN LUZON (1900(1900-) III:A3:20
SCENE IN MINDANAO I:136:11
SCENE ON THE
THE LUNETA, MANILA (1900(1900-)
III:A3:28
SCENE ON THE PASIG (POSTCARD)
( POSTCARD)
III:A22:11
SCENE, WALLED CITY (POSTCARD)
( POSTCARD)
III:A22:22
SCENES IN THE PHILIPPINES (1898(18981900) III:A3:1III:A3:1 -110
SCENES IN THE PHILIPPINES, CUBA,
PORTO RICO AND THE HAWAIIAN
ISLANDS (1898(1898- 1900) III:A3:1
III:A3:1:A3:1-171
SCENES OF SAN FRANCISCO (1900(1900 -)
III:A3:111III:A3:111- 123
SCHILLING, W. (LT. GEN.) I:138:20
SCHIM, LILIA I:66:10
SCHLESINGER, JAMES (CHAIRMAN,
ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION,
19691969-1974) II:61:24
SCHLESINGER, JAMES (ENERGY
ASSISTANT, 19771977 -1981) II:14:24II:14:24 -25
RD
SCHLEY, T. F. (LT., 23 U.S. INFANTRY
OFFICER, 1898) III:A5:118
SCHMIDT, HELMUT (WEST GERMAN
CHANCELLOR) WITH PRES. AND
MRS. CARTER, ET AL IN EGYPT
II:11:36
SCHOENING, WALTER AT THE UNIVERSITY
CLUB (LATE 1930’S) V:5:69V:5:69- 70
SCHOOL
SCH OOL AT DUMAGUETE (1904) I:123:5
SCHOOL CHILDREN OF CALAPAN
MINDORO I:66:29
SCHOOL CHILDREN CALISTHENIC DRILL
(1913) V:7:9
SCHOOL CHILDREN USING THE
PHILIPPINE CHART I:60:3I:60:3- 7, 23
SCHOOL CLASS IN DAVAO I:56:6
SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF AND BLIND
I:60:
I:60:9
0: 9- 10
SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF AND BLIND,
MANILA (1913) V:7:14
SCHOOL GIRLS (BONTOC) I:34:10
SCHOOL GIRLS IN BONTOC PROVINCE
I:60:2
SCHOOL GIRLS, EMBROIDERING I:60:2
SCHOOL OF HOUSEHOLD INDUSTRIES,
MANILA (1913) V:7:5
SCHOOL SCENES (1913) V:7:12V:7:12- 14
SCHOOL, INTERMEDIATE (CEBU) I:42:9
SCHOOLS (BAGUIO) I:16:22, 27
SCHULTZE, CHARLES (ECONOMIC ADVISER,
19771977-1981) II:14:26
SCHULZ, ROBERT L. (COL.) MILITARY AIDE TO
PRES. EISENHOWER (JUNE 15, 1960)
II:62:7
SCHUMAN, (LT.) C. (PHOTOGRAPHER) I:96:5
I:96:5
SCHWEIKER, RICHARD (SECRETARY OF
HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, 198119811989) II:15:23
SCOOTERS FOR ROVING STATISTICIANS OF
THE DIVISION OF AGRICULTURAL
ECONOMICS (ICA AID, 1956) I:166:40
SCOTT, CHURCHILL G. COLLECTION (1900(1900-)
III:A6:1III:A6:1- 104
SCOTT, HUGH L. (MAJ.)
( MAJ.) I:122:50
TH
SCOTT, O. S. (CHAPLAIN, LT., 10
PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY
OFFICER, 1898) III:A5:139
SCOUTING PARTY CAPTURE FILIPINOS AND
FOUR CHILDREN (1900(1900-) III:A3:75III:A3:75-76
SCOUTING PARTY OF U. S. SOLDIERS IN THE
RAINY SEASON (1899) I:132:10
SCRANTON,
SCRANTON, WILLIAM (GOVERNOR,
PENNSYLVANIA) II:52:1II:52:1 -2
S-DAY AT LINGAYEN I:96:1
SEA SCENE IN MINDANAO I:59:26I:59:26 -29
SEABURY, BETTY JANE I:66:34
SEAFRONT (BACK WALL) I:172:66
SEAFRONT BUS TERMINAL (1964) I:172:67
SEAFRONT GATES (1964) I:172:63I:172:63-65
SEAFRONT MAIDS’
MAI DS’ QUARTER (1962) I:172:68
SEAL ROCKS, SAN FRANCISCO (1900(1900-)
III:A3:123
SEAMANS, ROBERT C. (SECRETARY, U.S. AIR
FORCE) WITH JUAN PONCE ENRILE
II:61:13
SEARS, ROBERT V:9:13, 79
SEARS, ROBERT AT AMCHAM CHRISTMAS
PARTY (1995) V:9:79
SEARS, ROBERT WITH BEAUMONT LOWER, ET
AL.
AL. V:9:13
SEATO (1954) I:157:1I:157:1-2
SEATO CONFERENCE ON COMMUNITY
DEVELOPMENT (BAGUIO, 1960) I:157:2
SEATO, 1954 (NEGATIVE PRINTPRINT- OUTS)
I:184:7I:184:7 -10
SEATTLE GYMNASTIC CLUB (AUGUST 30,
1968) II:62II:62 -A:32
SEAVER, GEORGE H. V:9:56
SECOND BATTALION
BAT TALION U.S. INFANTRY
(1898) III:A5:124
SECOND OREGON VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.
STAFF AND LINE OFFICERS (1898(1898 -)
III:A5:112
SECOND OREGON, COMPANY C. PAUSING
AT LUZON (1898(1898 -) III:A5:5, 42
SECOND PHILIPPINE ASSEMBLY I:132I:132A:2A:2-4
SECOND PHILIPPINE COMMISSION I:132
I: 132132A:2
SECOND REGIMENT OREGON VOLUNTEER
INFANTRY OFFICERS (1898(1898 -)
III:A5:106, 120
SECRETARY INGERSOL’S ARRIVAL (1976)
II:62II:62-A:35A:35- 38
SECTION OF THE AMERICAN
AMERICAN
RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT.
DISTRICT. MANILA
(POSTCARD) III:A22:40
III:A22: 40
SECURING THE SOUTHERN ENTRANCE
ENTRANCE TO
ORMOC VALLEY I:170:3
SEIZURE OF ZAMBOANGA I:170:7
SELLECK, CLYDE A. (COL.) I:169:37I:169:37-40
SELLNER, GEORGE (1907) I:163:5
SENORITA CANDIES, MALABON SUGAR
CO. (DELIVERY VAN) I:114I:114- A:7
SERRANO FELIXBERTO AND GEN.
MANUEL F. CABAL ACCOMPANYING
U.S. VICE PRES. LYNDON B.
JOHNSON IN MANILA (1961) II:8:6
SERRANO, ALEJANDRO WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL
STAFF (NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
SERRANO, FELIXBERTO WITH VICE
PRESIDENTS DIOSDADO
MACAPAGAL AND LYNDON B.
JOHNSON IN MANILA (1961) II:8:7II:8:78
SERVICE,
SERVICE, RICHARD AT CLARK AIR BASE
(DECEMBER 23, 1964) II:53:1II:53:1-2
SERVICE, RICHARD M. I:7:31
SESSION ROAD (BAGUIO) I:16:23, 25
SESSION ROAD TO STONE MARKET
I:17:25
SEWING OF STRAWHATS, HAT FACTORY
(1908) III:A15:11
SEXTONS AT PACO CEMETERY (1930)
I:125:5I:125:5 -7
SHAH OF IRAN WITH JIMMY CARTER AND
KING HUSSEIN II:11:25
SHAMBLES THAT WAS MANILA
(FEBRUARY 12, 1945) I:108:16, 46
SHARP, WILLIAM (MAJ. GEN.) I:169:41I:169:41 -43
SHATTERED DOCK FACILITIES AND BATTERED
SHIPS I:108:49
SHATTERED HOUSES ALONG DEWEY
BOULEVARD
BOULE VARD I:108:6
SHATTNER, L. D. (CAPT., FIRST REGIMENT
IDAHO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, 1898)
III:A5:122, 131
SHELL FROM THE AMERICAN ARTILLERY SETS
FIRE TO PASIG (1900(1900-) III:A3:57
SHELLING JAPS IN WALLED CITY WITH
240MM HOWITZER I:83:5
SHELTON, DONIPHAN I:69:10
I:69:1 0
SHEPARD, W. D. (CAPT.) I:137:39
SHERIDAN DRIVE, CAMP JOHN HAY
(POSTCARD) III:A22:75
III:A22: 75
SHERMAN TANK HEADS FOR THE U.P.
ENGINEERING BUILDING I:182I:182-A:5
SHIDIRKEN, HARRY I:66:11
SHIGEMITSU, NAMORU I:88:4, 2626-27
SHIPPING ON THE PASIG
PASI G RIVER,
MANILA (POSTCARD) III:A22:3
III:A22: 3
SHIPPING ON THE WATERFRONT,
WATE RFRONT,
CEBU (POSTCARD) III:A22:108
III:A22: 108
SHIPPING PLACE AT PASIG RIVER
(POSTCARDS) I:128:1I:128:1- 6
SHIVER, EUNICE K. WITH PATRICIA K.
LAWFORD II:7:9
SHIVER, R. SARGENT (MRS.) WITH MRS.
PETER LAWFORD II:7:9
II:7: 9
SHOEMAKER CAMP (BENGUET) I:29:2
SHOOTING PRISONERS IN CABANNAS
FORTRESS, HAVANA, CUBA (1900(1900-)
III:A3:129
SHORE BATTERIES I:41:9I:41:9- 10
SHOWING THE STRAIN OF BATTLE I:182:67
SHRINE OF VALOR MUSEUM III:A9:21
SHRINE OF VALOR (BATAAN) III:A9:18III:A9:18- 25
SHRINE OF VALOR MONUMENT (CROSS)
III:A9:19, 22
SHRINE OF VALOR TABLET III:A9:18
SHRINE OF VALOR, CHAPEL ALTAR III:A9:20
SHULMAN, MARSHALL (ADVISOR ON SOVIET
AFFAIRS) II:61:25
SHULTZ, GEORGE I:69:2
SHULTZ, GEORGE, MANILA VISIT (APRIL 181820, 1974) II:53II:53-A:1A:1- 2
SIAMESE SEEDLESS POMELO (1913) V:7:24
SIBUTU ISLAND (MINDANAO) I:14:1I:14:1-2;
I:122:39
SIBUYAN SEA (MINDANAO) I:120:11
SICAT, GERARDO I:166:35, 44, 46
SICAT, GERARDO WITH U. S. AID
DIRECTOR THOMAS C. NIBLOCK
SIGNING FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
AGREEMENT I:166:35
I:166:3 5
SIEGE GUN (1898(1898 -) III:A5:96
SIERRA MOUNTAINS AND BAMBAN RIVER
VALLEY (VIEW FROM
STOTSENBERG) I:134:42
SIGNAL CORPS LAYING WIRE ACROSS
RIVER SOUTH OF FORT ANTONIO
(AUGUST 13, 1898) III:A5:125
SIGNAL CORPS STATION ON WATER TANK
AT CORREGIDOR ISLAND (1898
(18 9898-)
III:A5:104
SIGNAL CORPS STRINGING WIRE FROM
LINES INTO MANILA (AUGUST 13,
1898) III:A5:109
TH
SIGNAL CORPS, 18 COMPANY (MANILA,
1898) III:A5:135
SIGNING OF AGREEMENT WITH THE
PEACE CORPS (JUNE 7, 1973)
II:62II:62-A:13A:13- 16
SIGNING OF THE DECLARATION OF
INDEPENDENCE
INDEPENDENCE (PAINTING) II:62:10
SILLIMAN, ROBERT WITH WILLIAM E.
STEVENSON, REUBEN MANALAYSAY,
CICERO D. CALDERON, ALFREDO T.
MORALES AT THE SILLIMAN
UNIVERSITY, DUMAGUETE II:26:17
SIMINUL (ZAMBOANGA) I:122:69, 77
SIMMIE, A. T. V:9:57
SIN, JAIME L., CARDINAL
CARDINAL I:69:2
SINGALON RIVER I:134:49
SINGALON RIVER CROSSED BY THE
TROOPS IN THE RIGHT IN COMING
TO MANILA I:119:21
SINGALONG EXPERIMENT STATION
(1913) V:7:21, 23
SINGALONG EXPERIMENT STATION
VEGETABLE PLATS (1913) V:7:15
SINGALONG, MANILA
MA NILA (1898(1898 - ) III:A5:50,
55
SINGER, JACQUES (WARRANT OFFICER)
I:137:71
SINKING A JAP CRUISER BY NAVAL
AIRCRAFT IN MANILA BAY I:107:4
SIQUIJOR BATH HOUSE I:65:4
SIQUIJOR BEACH SCENE I:65:3
SISON, FERNANDO II:75:58
SITANKAI (SOUTHERNMOST INHABITED
POSSESSION
POSSE SSION OF UNCLE SAM)
I:122:57
SITUATION ON LEYTE I:170:4
SIXTH ARTILLERY CLEARING
CLEARING THE
WOODS NEAR PASAY
(STEREOVIEW) III:A21:19
III:A21:19
SIXTH CAVALRY ON BIVUOAC
NEAR FORT STOTSENBERG
(1927) III:A11:32
SIXTH ORDER FLASHING
FLASHING LIGHT, SAN
FERNANDO POINT (1913) V:7:127
SIXTH ORDER PORT LIGHT, LEGASPI (1913)
V:7:129
SIXTH RANGER BATTALION WITH PRES.
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT (MARCH 8,
1945) II:4:1
SKIRMISH LINE HALTING FOR REST BEFORE
WADING A PADDYPADDY- FIELD (1899) I:132:9
SLADEN,
SLADEN, F. W. (LT.) WITH GEN. E. S. OTIS AND
STAFF (1898(1898-) III:A5:9
SLAPPING GAME OF BONTOC IGOROTS
I:55:4I:55:4- 5
SLAUGHTERED BODIES IN FORT SANTIAGO
I:83:7, 11
SLAUGHTERHOUSE (1913) V:7:94
SMEALLIE, J. M. (REAR ADM.) I:116:12, 14
SMITH, BELL & CO. (AD) I:186:3
I:186:3:3- 4
SMITH, JAMES (GEN.) I:163:5
SMITH, JAMES F. I:72:17; I:163:5; I:176:2
SMITH, JEAN KENNEDY AND MR. SMITH WITH
U.S. VICE PRES. LYNDON B. JOHNSON IN
MANILA (1961) II:8:7
SMITH, PHOEBE I:66:3
SMITH, STEPHEN AND MRS. SMITH JEAN
KENNEDY WITH U.S. VICE PRES.
P RES. LYNDON
JOHNSON IN MANILA (1961) II:8:7
SMITH, WILLIAM FRENCH (ATTORNEY
GENERAL, 19811981 -1989) II:15:24II:15:24- 29
SMOKE BLANKETS MANILA DURING CARRIERCARRIERBASED PLANE ATTACK I:107:25
SMOKE BLANKETS MANILA DURING CARRIERCARRIERBASED PLANE ATTACK I:107:28
SMOKE RINGRING- 12 IN. MORTAR I:130:85
SMOKE RISING FROM MILITARY TARGETS
(SEPTEMBER 21, 1944) I:182:27
SOCIAL HALL AT TEACHERS’ CAMP, BAGUIO
(1913) V:7:14
SOCOL ISLAND (MINDANAO) I:122:21I:122:21-22,
I:119I:119- A:14A:14- 16; I:183:12
SOFTBALL TEAM (CAPIZ GIRLS) I:160:3
SOKOLOV, A. I:5:56
I:5: 56
SOLDIER CARRIES A WOUNDED FILIPINO GIRL
TO THE BOAT LANDING I:95:7
SOLDIER TAKING A RIDE AT NAGASAKI,
JAPAN (1900(1900-) III:A3:174
SOLDIER’S GRAVE AT CAVITE (1898(1898 -)
III:A5:134
SOLDIERS AMUSING THEMSELVES BY
TOSSING EACH OTHER IN A BLANKET
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:94
III:A3:94
SOLDIERS AND FILIPINOS BATHING
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:84
SOLDIERS AT MESS (1900(1900 -) III:A3:72
SOLDIERS BURYING A DEAD FILIPINO
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:63
TH
SOLDIERS OF THE 30 U.S.
VOLUNTEERS, AT THE PRESIDIO,
SAN FRANCISCO (1900(1900-) III:A3:114
st
SOLDIERS OF THE 31 INFANTRY
INFA NTRY (1900(1900) III:A3:77
SOLDIERS ON A HIKE (1900(1900 -) III:A3:97
SOLDIERS OUT FOR A RIDE (1900(1900-)
III:A3:20
SOLDIERS PREPARING SUPPER IN A
CAPTURE TOWN (1900(1900-) III:A3:100
SOLDIERS RECOVERED COINS IN BAGUIO
(1945) V:24:51
SOLDIERS SHOOTING FILIPINO
INCENDIARIES
INCENDIAR IES (1900(1900-) III:A3:47
SOLDIERSOLDIER- TEACHER WITH THEIR CLASS
OF STUDENTS (1899) V:5:28V:5:28- 30
SOLEMN TRIBUTE (JIMMY CARTER AT
THE GHETTO MONUMENT IN
WARSAW) II:11:27
SOLIONGCO, MANUEL I:66:7
SOME AMERICANS DIG IN WHILE OTHERS
HELP BRING SUPPLIES ASHORE
I:182:42
SOMERSILLE, ALBERT E. WITH LEONARD
G. DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL
STAFF (NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
SOMETHING NEW (AD) I:186:2
SORENSEN, THEODORE (CIA DIRECTOR,
19771977-1981) II:14:27II:14:27-28
SORIANO, ANDRES I:7:32; V:9:59
SORIANO, JOSE M. V:9:58
SOUTH DAKOTA
DAK OTA VOLUNTEERS (1898(1898-)
III:A5:26
SOUTH DOCK (CORREGIDOR) I:48:17
SOUTH GATE, SUBIC OLONGAPO
(SHOWING MARKS OF SHELLING
1898) I:162:14
SOUTH HARBOR (MANILA) I:36I:36-A: 1
SOUTH UBIAN (MINDANAO) I:119I:119- A:19;
I:122:18
SOUTH UBIANS ISLANDS (MINDANAO) I:119I:119A:16
A: 16
SOUTHARD, CLIFFORD E. WITH ERNESTO DE
PEDRO AND IMEE MARCOS II:61:19
SPACE COUNCIL MEETING PRESIDED BY VICE
PRES. SPIRO T. AGNEW IN WASHINGTON
II:16:2
SPACE SHIP/SHUTTLE II:62:15
SPAFFORD, EVERETT N. (FARM MECHANICS
SPECIALIST) I:166:38
SPANIARDS WITHIN
WITHIN AN ENTRENCHED HOUSE
AT MALATE (1898(1898 -) III:A5:81
SPANISH CRUISER ISLA DE CUBA, SUNK BY
DEWEY AT CAVITE (MAY 1, 1898)
III:A5:87
SPANISH ENTRENCHMENT (1898(1898-) III:A5:85
SPANISH FILIPINO BANK.
BANK. MANILA
(POSTCARD) III:A22:66
SPANISH FORT (CEBU) I:42:54
SPANISH FORT, MALABANG, MINDANAO
(POSTCARD) I:119I:119 -A:21
SPANISH FORTS (MINDANAO) I:119I:119 -A:21, 24
SPANISH FRIARS AT INTRAMUROS I:136:1
SPANISH GUN DISMOUNTED AT CAVITE BY
DIRECT HIT FROM DEWEY’S FLEET
I:158:20
SPANISH GUNBOAT IN MANILA BAY I:26:2
I:26:2
SPANISH GUNS CAPTURED AT CAVITE NAVY
YARD (MAY 1, 1898) I:158:35
SPANISH LIGHTLIGHT- HOUSE AND FORT MILLS
WATER TANKS IN THE FOREGROUND,
CORREGIDOR V:11:17
SPANISH MESTIZA I:51:17I:51:17- 21
SPANISH OUTPOST BATTERY (1898(1898-)
III:A5:27
SPANISH PERIOD I:136:1I:136:1- 11
SPANISH
SPANISH PRIESTS REMAINS I:36I:36-A:2A:2- 3;
I:85:24
SPANISH PRISONERS (MANILA) I:158:24I:158:24 -27
SPANISH PRISONERS OUTSIDE MANILA
CATHEDRAL (1900(1900-) III:A3:31
SPANISH SHIPS IN MANILA BAY I:26:2I:26:2- 3,7,93,7,910, 1414- 15
SPANISH SOLDIERS
SOLDIERS CAPTURED IN MANILA
(1898(1898 -) III:A5:41, 43, 45,
45, 114
SPANISH SOLDIERS SHOOTING CUBAN SPIES,
AT PENAR DEL RIO, CUBA (1900(1900 -)
III:A3:130
SPANISH TRENCHES (NOVELETA, CAVITE)
I:158:21
SPANISH TROCHA NORTH OF TUKARAN,
MINDANAO (1913) V:7:59
SPANISH WAR VETERANS I:76:22I:76:22 -24
SPANISHSPANISH- AMERICAN WAR IN CUBA
I:185:27
SPANISHSPANISH- AMERICAN WAR, 1898 I:158:1I:158:1 46
SPEAKER’S COTTAGE, BAGUIO CITY
(1900(1900 -) III:A6:71
SPEARS (LT.) I:126:11
SPEECH IN NEW DELHI (JIMMY CARTER
ADDRESSES THE INDIAN
PARLIAMENT) II:11:66
SPETH COLLECTION I:159:1I:159:1 -85
SPETH, E. (MAJOR) I:137:8; I:159:9
I:159:9:159:9- 12
SPETH,
SPETH, E. (POSTCARD) I:137:8
SPOEHR, ALEXANDER (PHOTOS OF
ZAMBOANGA AND SULU) I:122:66I:122:66 75, 77, 92
SPORTS I:160:1I:160:1-8
SPORTS (POSTCARDS) I:160:1I:160:1-3
SPRING WHICH SUPPLIES THE TOWN OF
CULION WITH WATER (1913)
V:7:118V:7:118-119
ND
SPRINGER, ALLEN
ALLEN R. (2 LT.), JANUARY
1932, AT CLARK FIELD III:A11:37
SPRUANCE, RAYMOND A. PINNING
AWARD TO COL. NICANOR T.
JIMENEZ II:21:1
SPRUANCE, RAYMOND A. (ADM.)
DELIVERS DEDICATORY ADDRESS
AT THE MANILA CEMETERY AND
MEMORIAL CEREMONY (1960)
III:A13:33
SPRUANCE,
SPRUANCE, RAYMOND A. (ADM.) WITH
THE AMERICAN BATTLE
MONUMENTS COMMISSION AT
MANILA AIRPORT (1960) III:A13:24
SPRUANCE, RAYMOND A. (U.S.
AMBASSADOR) I:78:4I:78:4- 8; I:167:11
SPRUANCE, RAYMOND A. (U.S.
AMBASSADOR, FEBRUARY 19521952 APRIL 1955) II:21:1II:21:1-11
SPRUANCE, RAYMOND
RAYM OND A. AND MRS.
SPRUANCE ARRIVAL IN MANILA
(1952) II:21:2
SPRUANCE, RAYMOND A. WITH THE
ARANETA FAMILY AND VICE PRES.
NIXON (1954) II:21:7
SPRUANCE, RAYMOND AT A RALLY BY
THE MANILA JUNIOR CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE WITH U.S. VICE PRES.
RICHARD M. NIXON
NIXON AS SPEAKER
(1956)
II:9:14
SPUNGING BOILER, HAT FACTORY (1908)
III:A15:23
ST. AGUSTIN CHURCH, MANILA (1900(1900-)
III:A6:19
ST. AGUSTIN CONVENT AND CHURCH, MANILA
(RUINS) III:A8:21
ST. CLAIR, NORMAN E. COLLECTION (1945)
III:A10:1III:A10:1 -75
ST. LOUIS
LOU IS EXPOSITION (1904) I:137:64
ST. LOUIS WORLD FAIR PHILIPPINE MISSION
(1904) I:137:64
ST. LUKE’S HOSPITAL I:150:1I:150:1-103
ST. LUKE’S HOSPITAL (c.1950) I:150:103
ST. LUKE’S HOSPITAL (1967) I:150:8
ST. LUKE’S HOSPITAL (CHRISTMAS)
I:150:55I:150:55-65
ST. LUKE’S HOSPITAL
HOSPITAL AMBULANCE (1907)
I:150:33
ST. LUKE’S HOSPITAL BUILDING I:150:1I:150:1- 8
ST. LUKE’S HOSPITAL CHAPEL I:150:51I:150:51-52
ST. LUKE’S HOSPITAL FACILITIES I:150:34I:150:3450
ST. LUKE’S HOSPITAL NURSES AND STAFF
I:150:66I:150:66-78, 102
ST. LUKE’S HOSPITAL NURSES’ HOUSE
I:150:9I:150:9 -16
ST. LUKE’S HOSPITAL OPERATING ROOM
I:150:46I:150:46-47
ST. LUKE’S HOSPITAL PATIENTS I:150:17I:150:17-33
ST. LUKE’S HOSPITAL RELIGIOUS SERVICES
I:150:53I:150:53-54
ST. MARY AND ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL I:44:18
ST. MARY AND ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL, MANILA
(RUINS, 1945) V:4:13
ST. MARY’S
MARY’ S EPISCOPAL CATHEDRAL,
CATHEDRAL,
MANILA (POSTCARD) III:A22:65
III:A22:65
ST. PAUL’S HOSPITAL I:150I:150 -A:1
ST. PAUL’S HOSPITAL, MANILA (POSTCARD)
III:A21:16
ST. PILAR SHRINE (ZAMBOANGA) I:183:67
ST. STEPHEN’S CHINESE CHURCH, MANILA
(RUINS, 1945) V:4:14
STA. ANA (MANILA)
(MANILA) I:105:70I:105:70-71
STA. ANA CHURCH I:129:85; I:158:16
STA. ANA IN RUINS I:105:70I:105:70 -71
STA. ANA, MANILA (1880(1880 -1900) III:A14:22
STA. CRUZ (MANILA) I:105:56
STA. CRUZ BEACH (CAVITE) I:41:6
STA. CRUZ BRIDGE (MANILA) I:36:12
STA. CRUZ CENTRAL SCHOOL (LAGUNA)
(LAGUNA)
I:143:9
STA. CRUZ CHURCH (MANILA) I:110:22;
I:113:1; I:154:1I:154:1- 5
STA. CRUZ CHURCH, MANILA (1880(1880 1900) III:A14:12
STA. CRUZ CHURCH, MANILA (1900(1900 -)
III:A6:2; III:A5:34
STA. CRUZ CHURCH, MANILA (1914(1914 1916) III:A2
STA. CRUZ ESTERO I:105:8
STA. LUCIA,
LUCIA, INTRAMUROS
INTRAMUROS GATE, MANILA
(1900(1900 -) III:A6:24, 29
STA. MARIA, ILOCOS SUR (1910)
I:134:63
STA. MESA, MANILA (PHIL(PHIL-AM WAR)
I:105:18I:105:18-21
STA. ROSA CONVENT COLEGE (RUINS)
III:A8:3
STA.CRUZ, MANILA (1914(1914 -1916) III:A2
STAFF AND TRAINING SCHOOL OF ST.
LUKE’S HOSPITAL I:150:77
STAGMEIER, EDGAR B. (PFC.) I:182:52
STAGNER, ROSEMARY I:66:10
STALIN, JOSEF WITH HARRY S. TRUMAN
AND WINSTON CHURCHILL IN
POTSDAM, GERMANY II:5:15II:5:15-17
STAMP OF P.I.P.I. -U.S.A. 10 CENTS I:186:7
STANDARD, CASUAL DRESS FOR EXPATS
(PRE
(PRE -WAR) V:5:56
STARK, HAROLD L. (ADM.) I:169:68
STARS AND STRIPES RETURNS TO THE
PHILIPPINES I:95:21
STATE, WAR AND NAVY DEPARTMENT
(WASHINGTON) I:185:6
STATUE OF MANILA UNIVERSITY (RUINS)
I:108:9
STEAM ENGINE TURNED OVER BY THE
SPANISH GOVERNMENT
GOVERNME NT (1913)
V:7:86
STEAMER LANDING (JOLO) I:122:64
STEELE, TOURISM PROMOTER LOOKS AT
A BUNTAL HAT I:66:14
STENHOUSE, NICOLA I:76:47
STERNBERG, DAVID I:41:1; I:161:1I:161:1- 16
STERNBERG, DAVID (2 DAYS PRIOR TO
HIS DEATH) I:161:2
STERNBERG, DAVID (WAKE) I:7:14
STERNBERG, DAVID AT THE OVERSEAS
PRESS CLUB (1948) I:161:9I:161:9-11
STERNBERG, DAVID GREETING MRS.
EVANGELINA MACAPAGAL I:161:8
STERNBERG, DAVID T. COLLECTION
DONATED TO THE AHC I:5:33
STERNBERG, DAVID WITH MR. & MRS. RAMON
MAGSAYSAY I:161:5
STERNBERG,
STERNBERG, DAVID WITH THE MANILA
OVERSEAS CLUB I:161:7
STERNBERG, KATHERINE I:5:33
STERNBERG’S HOUSE ON BENITEZ ST. CUBAO
(QUEZON CITY) I:161:2
STEVENS, FREDERICK H. I:117:19
STEVENS, FREDERICK H. (MRS.) V:9:18
STEVENS, FREDERICK H. RECEIVING A
PLAQUE FROM PAUL
PAUL WOOD V:9:68
STEVENSON, JAMES I:66:11
STEVENSON, W. G. I:116:13
STEVENSON, W. G. (MRS.) I:116:12
STEVENSON, WILLIAM E. UNVEILING THE
BUST OF IRVING HART II:26:5
STEVENSON, WILLIAM E. WITH MS.
CONCHING SUNICO, ET AL II:26:26
STEVENSON, WILLIAM E. (MRS.)
II:26:19II:26:19-26
STEVENSON, WILLIAM E. (U.S. AMBASSADOR)
I:167:12
STEVENSON, WILLIAM E. (U.S. AMBASSADOR,
FEBRUARY 19621962- JUNE 1964) II:26:1II:26:1- 26
STEVENSON, WILLIAM E. AND MRS.
STEVENSON II:26:19
STEVENSON, WILLIAM E. AND MRS.
STEVENSON, WITH MRS.
MRS. MAURO CALINGO
II:26:20
STEVENSON, WILLIAM E. LAYS A WREATH AT
THE TOMB OF THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER
AT FORT SANTIAGO (FEBRUARY 7, 1962)
II:26:18
STEVENSON, WILLIAM E. WITH CHIEF JUSTICE
CESAR BENGZON II:26:2
STEVENSON, WILLIAM E. WITH EMILIO
AGUINALDO, AND EMMNUEL PELAEZ
II:26:3
STEVENSON, WILLIAM E. WITH EULOGIO
RODRIGUEZ, AND JOHN GORDON MEIN
II:26:13
STEVENSON, WILLIAM E. WITH MRS. MAURO
CALINGO II:26:21II:26:21 -23
STEVENSON, WILLIAM E. WITH REUBEN
MANALAYSAY, ET AL AT SILLIMAN
UNIVERSITY, DUMAGUETE II:26:17
STEVENSON, WILLIAM E. WITH RUSSELL S.
SWARTLEY, AND AMELITO MUTUC AT THE
MANILA HOTEL II:26:10
STEVENSON, WILLIAM E. WITH SALVADOR
MARINO AT THE MALACANANG PALACE
II:26:11II:26:11- 12
STEVENSON, WILLIAM WITH PRES.
DIOSDADO P. MACAPAGAL
MACAPAGAL II:26:8II:26:8-9
STEVENSON, WILLIAM WITH W. AVERELL
HARRIMAN, AND MAURO CALINGO
II:26:16
STILWELL, JOSEPH W. (GEN.) I:69:70
STIMSON, HENRY L. I:72:18I:72:18 -19
STO. DOMINGO CHURCH (MANILA)
I:155:1I:155:1 -3
STO. DOMINGO CHURCH, MANILA (1880(18801900) III:A14:14
STO. DOMINGO
DOMINGO CHURCH, MANILA (1900(1900-)
III:A6:18
STO. THOMAS PLAZA (MANILA) I:105:38I:105:38 40
STO. TOMAS INTERNMENT CAMP I:156:1I:156:1 30
STO. TOMAS INTERNMENT CAMP, 1942
(MANNING COLLECTION) III:A4:1III:A4:1-22
STO. TOMAS MONUMENT, MANILA (1900(1900) III:A6:22
STONE,
STO NE, WILLIAM COLLECTION
COLLECTIO N (1945(1945-)
III:A8:1III:A8:1- 51
STONE, WILLIAM W. (STAFF SGT, SIGNAL
CORPS, U.S.A.) III:A8:50
STONER, FRANK G. (COL.) I:65:13
STORAGE JAR COPIED FROM CHINESE
DESIGN I:122:77
STORAGE JARS I:122:69, 72,72, -73, 77
STORE HOUSE (1880(1880-1900) III:A14:27
STORE HOUSE (POSTCARD)
(POS TCARD) I:142:22
STOTSENBERG ORCHID I:134:37
STOTSENBERG, JOHN AND SOME STAFF
OFFICERS I:158:5
STOTSENBERG, JOHN M. MONUMENT
I:70:1I:70:1- 10
STOTSENBURG GROWLS (SEPTEMBER
11, (1920) III:A11:27
STOTSENBURG, JOHN M. (1899)
III:A11:1
STOVES OF SANGALI I:122:67,
I:122:67, 70
STRAUSS (ADMIRAL), PRIVATE YACHT
I:162:25
STRAUSS, ROBERT WITH JIMMY CARTER,
ET AL. II:11:22
STREET AND BUILDING ORGANIZATION,
MANILA I:170:15
STREET IN LOS BANOS (LAGUNA) I:143:8
STREET IN SAN JUAN (POSTCARD)
I:142:4
STREET IN ZAMBOANGA, MINDANAO
MINDANAO
(POSTCARD) III:A22:115
STREET OF MANILA I:106:3
STREET ROYAL (ERMITA) I:62:5I:62:5- 7
STREET SCENE IN ILOILO (POSTCARD)
I:142:29
STREET SCENE (MANILA) I:105:37, 57;
I:106:19
STREET SCENE (MORO PROVINCE) I:122:38,
42
STREET SCENE (ZAMBOANGA) V:5:8
V: 5:8
STREET SCENE IN GUAGUA, PAMPANGA
(SEPTEMBER 1932) I:127:1
STREET SCENE IN JOLO (1900) I:119I:119-A:32
STREET SCENE IN OLONGAPO AFTER
TYPHOON (POSTCARD) I:162:31
STREET SCENE IN VIGAN (1950) I:175:4
STREET SCENE IN ZAMBOANGA I:183:45
STREET SCENE, HONOLULU
HONOLULU (1900(1900 -)
III:A3:162
STREET SCENE, JOLO, ISLAND OF
JOLO (POSTCARD) III:A22:121
III:A22:121
STREET SCENE, MANILA (1900(1900-) III:A3:41, 44
STREET SCENE, NATIVE FRUIT VENDORS,
MANILA (MOUNTED) I:109:3
STREET SCENE, ORMOC,
ORM OC, ISLAND OF
LEYTE (POSTCARD) III:A22:106
III:A22:106
STREET
STREET SCENE, PANGASINAN (1900(1900-)
III:A6:78
RD
STRITZINGER, F. G. (LT., 23 U.S. INFANTRY
OFFICER, 1898) III:A5:118
STROLL IN PARIS ( JIMMY CARTER WITH
FRENCH PRES. GISCARD D’ESTAING)
II:11:37
STRONG, JAMES V:10:36V:10:36-38
STRONG, JAMES GRAVE, LATUAN, BASILAN
V:10:37
STRUCK BY JAP SABER WHILE REMOVING
EFFECTS FROM BURNING HOME I:85:20
STULL, LEE T. I:134I:134-A:1A:1 -4; I:166:44
STULL, LEE T. (MRS.) I:134I:134 -A:1A:1-4
STYER, WILHELM D. I:88:16, 1919-22
SUBANUNS (TRIBE) I:122:35I:122:35-36, 44
SUBANUNS OF ZAMBOANGA (1900)
I:122:35I:122:35-36, 44
SUBIC BAY CHAPEL (OLONGAPO) III:A9:29
SUBIC BAY, 1910 (POSTCARD) V:14:8
SUBIC BAY, OLONGAPO (U.S. NAVAL
COMPLEX) III:A9:26III:A9:26-32
SUBIC FLEET OFF OLONGAPO (POSTCARD)
I:162:30
SUBIC, OLONGAPO I:162:1
I:162:1:162:1-66
SUBIC, OLONGAPO (POSTCARDS) I:162:13I:162:13 40
SUBIDO, ABELARDO II:75:3
SUBURBS IN MANILA (1898) I:105:28,
68
SUGAR LORCHAS, ISLAND
ISLAN D OF
NEGROS (POSTCARD) III:A22:110
III:A22:110
SUGAR WAREHOUSE AT MALABON RIZAL
PROVINCE I:101:11
SUKARNO (INDONESIAN PRESIDENT)
WITH VISITING PHILIPPINE TRADE
MISSION IN JAKARTA II:76:16
SULIT, LORETO PARAS I:166:41
SULLIVAN, WILLIAM H. IS WELCOMED BY
ALBERTO KATIGBAK AND WILLIAM C.
HAMILTON AT THE MANILA
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (AUGUST
1, 1973) II:30:4
II:30:4
SULLIVAN, WILIAM H. AND CEZAR
VIRATA (SIGNING, 1974) II:30:24
SULLIVAN, WILIAM H., FALL OF
CORREGIDOR VISIT (MAY 6,
1974) II:30:17II:30:17-20
SULLIVAN, WILLIAM H. I:69:6I:69:6-7, 9912
SULLIVAN, WILLIAM H. (U.S.
AMBASSADOR, AUGUST 19731973APRIL 1977) II:30:1II:30:1-16
SULLIVAN, WILLIAM H. AT LEYTE
LANDNG RITES CEREMONY
II:30:6II:30:6- 7
SULLIVAN, WILLIAM H. AT THE R.P.R.P. U.S. BASES TALKS (OCTOBER 15,
1976) II:30:25
SULLIVAN, WILLIAM H. SIGNED A
MUTUAL AGREEMENT WITH
CARLOS P. ROMULO II:30:11
SULLIVAN, WILLIAM H. WELCOMED
AMERICAN
AMERICAN DIGNITARIES II:30:5
SULLIVAN, WILLIAM H. WITH
FERDINAND E. MARCOS (1976)
I:166:46I:166:46-50
SULLIVAN, WILLIAM H. WITH GEN.
AND MRS. FIDEL V. RAMOS
II:30:21II:30:21-22
SULLIVAN, WILLIAM H., GUEST OF
THE AMERICAN LEGION
CONVENTION IN ILOILO (1974)
II:62II:62-A:7A:7 -10
SULLIVAN,
SULLIVAN, WILLIAM H., KENNETH
RUSH, ARTHUR HUMMEL
BRIEFING WITH PRES.
FERDINAND E. MARCOS AT
MALACANANG II:30:8
SULLIVAN, WILLIAM H., PRES. FERDINAND E.
MARCOS, RAMON RAVANZO, AND
THOMAS
THOMA S C. NIBLOCK SIGNED A $4.2
MILLION LOAN AGREEMENT FOR THE
DEVELOPMENT OF TIWI GEOTHERMAL
FACILITY IN ALBAY II:30:9II:30:9- 10
SULLIVAN, WILLIAM H., RECEPTION FOR PAEF
(NOVEMBER 5, 1974) II:30:23
SULLIVAN. WILLIAM H. AT THE RIZAL
MONUMENT (1973) II:30:13II:30:13 -16
SULTAN DIKIDIKI-DIKI I:122:7
SULTAN JAMALUL KIRAM II I:122:50
SULTAN OF JOLO I:122:14
SULTAN OF MEDIA (HOUSE) I:52:1
SULTAN OF SULU I:122:5
SULTAN OF SULU (DIKI(DIKI- DIKI) I:122:7
SULTAN OF SULU (FORMER) I:122:93
SULTAN OF SULU WITH DAVID P. BARROWS
I:122:34, 37
SULTAN’S BODYGUARD I:122:89
SUMMER DAY IN THE PHILIPPINES (1898(1898-)
III:A5:59
III:A5:59
SUMMER SCHOOL (TARLAC, 1903) I:60:14
SUMMERS, PAUL (1956) I: 166:40
SUMULONG, JUAN WITH THE U. S. PHILIPPINE
COMMISSION I:132I:132 -A:3A:3-4
SUMULONG, LORENZO II:75:59
SUNKEN GARDEN (MANILA) I:105:11
SUPPLEMENTAL OFFICE BUILDING (1970)
I:171:25
SUPPLIES
SUPPLIES GOING TO MALOLOS I:104:3
SUPPLY DEPOT, FORT STOTSENBERG I:70:26
SUPREME COUNCIL OF THE PHILIPPINES
(BANQUET AT THE MANILA HOTEL,
JANUARY 13, 1951) I:117:19
SUPREME COURT BUILDING FAÇADE I:77:8I:77:89
SURGICAL CLINIC AT ST. PAUL’S HOSPITAL
(1908) I:150I:150- A:1
SURPRISE ASSAULT FINDS THE JAPS
UNPREPARED; AMERICANS PUSH MEN
AND SUPPLIES ASHORE I:182:40I:182:40 -41
SURRENDER OF GEN. CAILLES I:129:96
SURRENDER OF INSURGENTS OF SAMAR
I:129:99
SUSPENSION BRIDGE (MANILA) I:36:10
SUSPENSION BRIDGE I:9:14
SUSPENSION BRIDGE
BRIDGE OVER PASIG RIVER
(1898) III:A5:129
SUSPENSION BRIDGE, MANILA (1900(1900-)
III:A6:3, III:A5:64
SUSPENSION BRIDGE (THE
(THE OLD) OVER
THE PASIG RIVER (POSTCARD)
III:A22:1
SUTHERLAND, R. K. (MAJ. GEN.)
I:169:31I:169:31-33
SUTHERLAND, RICHARD
RIC HARD K. (LT. GEN.)
I:96:3; I:99:4
SUTHERLAND, RICHARD K. WITH GEN.
DOUGLAS MACARTHUR, AND GEN.
RICHARD J. MARSHALL STAYED AT
DEL MONTE FARM BEFORE
DEPARTING TO AUSTRALIA (19142)
V:9:136V:9:136- 137
SWATELLA, C. G. (CAPT.) WITH MAJ. GEN.
ARTHUR MACARTHUR, LT. PEGRAM
PEGRAM
WHITWORTH, AND CAPT. C.
MCCLURE (1898(1898 -) III:A5:20
SWING, JOSEPH M. (LT. GEN.) READS
MESSAGE FROM PRES.
EISENHOWER AT THE MANILA
CEMETERY AND MEMORIAL
CEREMONY (1960) III:A13:30
SWING, JOSEPH M. (LT. GEN.) WITH THE
AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS
COMMISSION AT MANILA AIRPORT
(1960) III:A13:24
SWITHZER (ADM.) I:53:3
SYCIP, ALBINO II:75:60
SYKIA APARTMENT (RUINS) I:108:3
SYLVESTER, A. T. (MRS.) I:116:13
SYMBOLIC OF THE PHILIPPINESPHILIPPINES-UNITED
STATES RELATIONS, DURING PRES.
AQUINO’S VISIT
VI SIT TO U.S.
(SE
(SE PTEMBER 1986)
1986) II:73:14
SYMBOLIC TRANSFER OF 394/M394/M- 79
(MAY 9, 1966) II:62II:62-A:41
SZILY, LADISLAUIS WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL
STAFF (1904(1904-1905) V:12:10
[T]
TAAL (BATANGAS) I:144:2
TAAL CRATER I:73I:73-A:19
TAAL LAKE I:73I:73 -A:5
TAAL LAKE (JUNE(JUNE -DECEMBER
DECEMBE R 1945)
III:A10:28
TAAL MAP I:73I:73-A:28A:28-29
TAAL VOLCANO IN ERUPTION, JANUARY
30, 1910 (POSTCARD) I:142:24
TAAL VOLCANO, BATANGAS (POSTCARD)
I:142:23
TAAL VOLCANO, MANILA (POSTCARD)
III:A22:100
TAAL. THE MORNING AFTER
AF TER THE
EXPLOSION, JANUARY 30, 1910
(POSTCARD) III:A22:137
III:A22: 137
TABAKA, FLORENCE A. WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON, ET AL V:12:5
TABLET IN CAVITE NAVY YARD (POSTCARD)
I:162:35
TACLOBAN (LEYTE) I:92:1I:92:1 - 4; I:99:4
TACLOBAN, LEYTE (MACARTHUR, ET AL.
DURING LIBERATION, NOVEMBER 3,
1944) I:99:4.2
TAFT, HELEN (MRS. WILLIAM H. TAFT) V:5:43
TAFT, WILLIAM H. I:72:25I:72:25 -27; I:163:1I:163:1 -13;
I:164:21, 49
TAFT, WILLIAM H. (U.S. PRESIDENT, 190919091913) II:1:25
ND
TAFT, WILLIAM H. 2 MISSION TO THE
SOUTHERN ISLANDS (1901) I:163:8I:163:8- 12
TAFT, WILLIAM H. VISIT TO VISAYAS (1905)
I:163:13
TAFT, WILLIAM H. WITH PROVINCIAL
GOVERNORS I:163:6
TAFT, WILLIAM H. WITH LEONARD WOOD,
AMERICAN TEACHERS, AND NATIVE
SCHOOL CHILDREN AT BAGUIO I:164:21
ND
TAFT, WILLIAM H. WITH THE 2 PHILIPPINE
COMMISSION I:132I:132 -A:2
TAFT,
TAFT, WILLIAM H. WITH THE PRIMERA
ASAMBLEA FILIPINA (OCTOBER 16, 1907)
I:163:5
TAGABIRAN (SAMAR) I:130:73
TAGABIRAN, SAMAR (1905) I:119:37I:119:37-38
TAGAL FAMILY (1898(1898 -) III:A5:80
TAGAL MAIDEN (1898(1898 -) III:A5:79
TAGBANUA WOMEN HARVESTING RICE,
CALAMINANES ISLANDS (1913) V:7:34
TAGBANUA WOMEN, CALAMIANES ISLAND
(1913) V:7:137
TAGBANUA, CALAMIANES ISLAND (1913)
V:7:136
TAGOLOAN RIVER (BUKIDNON) I:37:10
TAGUDINTAGUDIN-BONTOC ROAD, MOUNTAIN
PROVINCE (1900(1900-) III:A6:95III:A6:95-104
TAIT, STEWART I:7:1
TALACAG (BUKIDNON) I:37:12I:37:12- 13
TALEMO PEAK (COTABATO AND DAVAO
BORDER) I:52:8
TALIM ISLAND QUARRY SITE, LAGUNA DE
BAY (1913) V:7:114
TALISAY (CEBU) I:42:55I:42:55-58; I:43:1I:43:1-4
TAMANO, MAMINTAL I:166:42
TAN, LORENZO (BRIG. GEN.) II:75:61
TANCO, ARTURO II:75:62II:75:62- 66
TANDUAY
TANDUAY STATION, MANILA FIRE
FIRE
DEPARTMENT (POSTCARD)
III:A22:52
TANGON, GREGORIO I:66:7
TANGUILE CUT FOR BANCA (1913)
V:7:43
TANKS (WWII) I:36I:36-A:5
TANYAG, ZACARIAS I:66:23, 33
TARGET RANGE (GUIMARAS) I:119:25;
I:137:16I:137:16-38
TARLAC SUMMER
SUMME R SCHOOL (1903)
I:60:14
TARUC, LUIS I:73:22
TASK FORCE 77.4 IN MINDANAO SEA
(JANUARY 3, 1945) I:120:10
TATAD, FRANCISCO II:75:9
TATAD, FRANCISCO WITH LESTER L.
WOLFF II:58:3
TATTOOED KALINGA WOMAN I:79:18
TATTOOED TRIBE I:54:15; I:55:1
TATTOOED WOMAN
WOMAN I:79:22
TATTOOED WOMEN V:15:23V:15:23-26
TAUSUG PLOW I:122:92
TAUSUGS (TRIBE) OF JOLO I:59:10
TAYABAS (QUEZON) I:143:19I:143:19-21
TAYABAS PROVINCIAL CAPITOL (QUEZON)
I:144:3
TAYLOR, CARSON V:9:60, 61
TAYLOR, CARSON, ET. AL, AT THE
UNIVERSITY CLUB (LATE 1930’S)
V:5:69V:5:69-70
RD
TAYLOR, J. R. M. (LT., 23 U.S. INFANTRY
OFFICER, 1898) III:A5:118
TAYLOR, JACK H. COLLECTION (1928)
III:A7:1III:A7:1- 72
TAYLOR, JOHN W. I:7:34
ND
TAYLOR, YANTIS (2 LT.), JANUARY 1932
III:A11:37
TAYLOR, ZACHARY (U.S. PRESIDENT,
18491849-1 850) II:1:11
TAYTAY, RIZAL PROVINCE.
PROVIN CE. A TYPICAL
FILIPINO VILLAGE (POSTCARD)
(PO STCARD)
III:A22:84
TEACHER’S CAMP (BAGUIO) I:16:6I:16:6-8, 29
TEACHERS’ CAMP BASEBALL GAME,
BAGUIO (1913) V:7:11
TEACHERS’ CAMP SOCIAL HALL, BAGUIO
(1913) V:7:14
V:7:14
TEAK STOOL GROWING IN THE FOREST NEAR
THE CITY OF JOLO (1913) V:7:55
TEATRO CAVITENO (1898) I:131:23
TECSON, PABLO WITH LEONARD G. DAWSON
AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL STAFF
(NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
TEEHANKEE, CLAUDIO (JUSTICE)
PRESENTING THE ANVIL AWARD TO
MAURICE
MAURICE LEE (FEBRUARY 22, 1974)
II:75:67
TELEGRAPH STATION (MALOLOS) I:104:9;
I:158:30
TELEPHONE OFFICE, MANILA (RUINS)
III:A8:45
TELESCO, LEE I:5:21I:5:21-22
TELSHAW, HERBERT WITH MARSH THOMSON,
ET AL V:9:14
TENTEN-INCH BREECH LOADER (1898(1898 -) III:A5:46
TENTEN-INCH
INCH GUN OVERLOOKING LUNETA
(1898(1898 -) III:A5:91
TENTH PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY
OFFICERS (1898(1898-) III:A5:139
TEXAS AGGIE MUSTER I:134:55I:134:55-58
TEXAS FLAG I:134:56I:134:56 -58
THANKSGIVING DAY 1912, AT SUBIC’S MESS
HALL (SUBIC) I:162:18
THATCHER, MARGARET WITH WORLD
WORLD
LEADERS II:12II:12-A:35
THEATER (CAMP JOHN HAY) I:39:14
THERE ARE CASUALTIES I:93:6; I:182:48
THIBAULT, ELVIRA I:8:1
THIRD ORDER FLASHING LIGHT, CAPE
BOLINAO (1913) V:7:130
THIRD PURSUIT SQUADRON IN FORMATION AT
CLARK FIELD (1920) III:A11:23
THIRD U.S. ARTILLERY AT LUZON (1898(1898-)
III:A5:6, 51
THIRD U.S. ARTILLERY OFFICERS (1898(1898 -)
III:A5:13
THIRTEENTH BATTALION, EITHTEENTH
INFANTRY (1898(1898-) III:A5:16
THOMAS CARTER COLLECTION V:1V:1- 10
THOMAS, J. A. I:116:13
THOMAS, J. A. (MRS.) I:116:14
THOMAS, JANET G. WITH JIM SALIPSIP, AND
LINDA TSAOYANG V:9:4
THOMAS, JOHN (MRS.) I:7:33
THOMAS, JOSEPH I:78:4I:78:4- 8
THOMAS, JOSEPH WITH PAUL V. MCNUTT AT
THE MANILA POLO CLUB II:62:10
THOMAS, LOUIS WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL
STAFF (NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
THOMASITES I:164:1I:164:1-57
THOMASITES (AMERICAN TEACHERS)
V:4:40V:4:40-41
THOMASITES AT BAGUIO TEACHER’S
SUMMER CAMP I:164:52I:164:52-53
THOMASITES BRINGING BOOKS I:164:8I:164:8 10, 14, 4343-44
THOMASITES BUILDING DESKS I:164:7,
42
THOMASITES HISTORICAL MARKER
I:164:1
I: 164:1
THOMASITES IN BAGUIO I:164:21, 49
THOMASITES WITH HOWARD TAFT, AND
LEONARD WOOD I:164:21, 49
THOMASITES WITH IGOROTS I:164:21, 49
THOMPSON, R. E. (COL.) AYUNTAMIENTO
(1898(1898 -) III:A5:40
THOMSON (COL.) ARRIVAL AT THE IWAHIG
PENAL COLONY I:84:13I:84:13- 14
THOMSON, MARSH I:7:22; I:166:41;
V:9:13V:9:13-14, 81
THOMSON, MARSH AND PAUL PERRINE
V:9:81
THOMSON, MARSH WITH BEAUMONT
LOWER, ET AL V:9:13
THOMSON, MARSH WITH ROILO GOLEZ,
ET AL V:9:15
THOMSON, MARSH WITH W. E. MITCHELL,
ET AL.
AL. V:9:14
THREE WOMEN KILLED BY
B Y JAPS IN
WALLED CITY I:83:8I:83:8-9
THRONE ROOM (ARCHIBISHOP PALACE)
I:44:23I:44:23 -24
TIENDA DE COMESTIBLES DEL PAIS
(1880(1880 -1900) III:A14:27
TIGNUAN (TAYABAS) I:143:19
TINGSON, CRISPIN I:66:33
TINGUIANES (TRIBE) I:54:35I:54:35-38
TINGZON, C. I:66:23
TOBACCO CULTURE, CUBA
CUBA (1900(1900-)
III:A3:149
TOBACCO FIELDS, CAGAYAN PROVINCE
(POSTCARD) I:142:20
TOBACCO SMOKING, YOUNG CORDILLERA
BOY V:15:4V:15:4- 5
TOBIAS (GENERAL) II:75:68II:75:68 -70
TODD, HELEN I:66:34
TODD, JOHN C., AND ROGERS LEE AT UST
CAMP V:3:15V:3:15 -16
TODD, VIOLA I:66:34
I:66: 34
TOLBERT, WILLIAM (LIBERIAN PRESIDENT)
WITH JIMMY CARTER II:11:28
TOLENTINO, ARTURO II:75:71
TOLENTINO, CRISPINA, WIFE OF DR. JAMES
STRONG V:10:24
TOM CARTER AND DR. A. INFANTE AT HIS
HOSPITAL IN ISABELA, BASILAN V:10:55
TOMAS, LUIS WITH LEONARD G. DAWSON AND
ALBAY PROVINCIAL STAFF (1904(1904-1905)
V:12:10
TOMAS, NICANOR II:75:72
TOMB OF THE DULAGUENOS WHO DIED
DURING WWII (DULAG, LEYTE) III:A9:60
TOMB OF THE UNKNOWN AMERICAN
SOLDIERS (DULAG, LEYTE) III:A9:50
TONDO DISTRICT, MANILA (1900(1900 -) III:A3:47,
III:A3:47,
53
TONDO INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL, MANILA
(1910, 1913) V:7:3
TONDO PLAZA (EVANS COLLECTION) I:106:12
TONDO PLAZA (MANILA) I:106:12
TONDO, MANILA (1898(1898-) III:A5:18
TONDO, MANILA (RUINS, 1898) III:A5:146
TOOLS FOR FREEDOM FOR DON BOSCO
II:26:4
TOPSIDE (BAGUIO)
(BAGUIO) I:17:1I:17:1- 19
TOPSIDE BARRACKS FROM CORREGIDOR
HOSPITAL I:36I:36- A:9
TOPSIDE, BAGUIO, BENGUET (1906(1906 -1907)
III:A17:1III:A17:1 -4, 8, 1010 -15, 20, 30, 3838-39, 585886, 175175-176, 183183- 188
TORTURED, BURNED AND KILLED WITH
HANDS TIED BEHIND BACK I:85:16I:85:16- 17
TOURIST VIEW POINT AT COCKPIT V:19:91V:19:91 93
TOUSSAINT, DONALD (U.S. CHARGE’ D’
AFFAIRES) AT THE AHC LIBRARY (MAY
26, 1978) V:13:4V:13:4 -7
TOWER AT JOLO, ISLAND
ISLAND OF JOLO
(POSTCARD) III:A22:122
TOWN HALL (CULION, PALAWAN) I:126:13
TOWN OF AYALA I:183:34
TRACK AND FIELD SPORTS
SPOR TS (1913) V:7:8, 11
TRACK AND FIELD SQUAD OF NEGROS
OCCIDENTAL (1913) V:7:11
ST
TRACK AND FIELD TEAM OF THE 1 FAR
EASTERN OLYMPIAD (MANILA, 1913)
I:160:7; V:7:8
TRAIN ALONG BRIDGE OF SPAIN (1900(1900-)
III:A12:85
TRAIN, R.R. (1900(1900-) III:A3:6
TRAINBUS AT ESCOLTA I:63:4I:63:4-6, 8;
I:106:15
TRANSPORT AND CASCOE, MANILA
HARBOR (1900(1900-) III:A3:30
TRANSPORT LEAVING MANILA FOR SAN
FRANCISCO (1900(1900-) III:A3:58
TRANSPORT LEAVING SAN FRANCISCO
FOR MANILA (1900(1900-) III:A3:112
TRANVIA
TRANVIA I:48:6I:48:6 -7
TRAVELLING MEAT MARKET IN MINDANAO
I:122:32
TREASURY OFFICE, MANILA (1900(1900 -)
III:A6:21
TREE, JOHN R. WITH MOJAJILON ESPITAL
AT BASILAN V:10:49
TRENCHES DESERTED BY AGUINALDO’S
ARMY IN MALABON (1899) I:132:4
TRIBAL DANCE I:54:45
TRIBAL HUNTERS I:54:32I:54:32 -34, 46, 53
TRINIDAD VALLEY (BENGUET) V:8:57V:8:57-58
TRINIDAD, FRANCISCO WITH MR. AND
MRS. JAMES N. TULL, AND JUTANO
SAKAMOTO II:54:2
TRINILLOS, A. I:66:23
TROOPER FIRING HIS BAZOOKA ON A
JAPANESEJAPANESE - HELD POSITION,
CORREGIDOR V:11:34
TROOPERS HEADING INTO THE SEA OFF
GEARY POINT, CORREGIDOR V:11:11
TH
TROOPERS OF 34 INFANTRY REGIMENT
FIRING ON JAPANESEJAPANESE - HELD AT FORT
MILLS POWERPLANT, CORREGIDOR
V:11:35
RD
TROOPERS OF THE 503 FIRST ASSAULT
FORCE SECURE THE U. S. FLAG ON
THE FORT MILLS PARADE GROUND,
CORREGIDOR V:11:43
TROOPS ADVANCING UPON A JAPANESE
POSITION, CORREGIDOR V:11:40
TROOPS CROSSING THE RIVER I:129:91I:129:9192
TH
TROOPS OF 34 REGIMENT WORK ON
JAP POSITION (FEBRUARY
(FEBRUARY 17,
1945) I:182:7
TROPHY PRESENTED TO W. CAMERON
FORBES I:68:30
TROPICAL VEGETATION, BENGUET (1913)
V:7:37
TROWBRIDGE, ALEXANDER (ACTING
COMMERCE SECRETARY, 19631963-)
II:8:4
TRUMAN, ELIZABETH AND HARRY S. TRUMAN
AT THEIR RESIDENCE IN INDEPENDENCE,
INDEPENDEN CE,
MISSOURI II:5:10II:5:10- 12
TRUMAN, HARRY S. WITH PRIME MINISTER
WINSTON CHURCHILL OF GREAT BRITAIN,
AND MARSHALL JOSEF STALIN OF THE
SOVIET UNION IN POTSDAM, GERMANY
(JULY 1945) II:5:15II:5:15 -17
TRUMAN, HARRY S. (1945(1945- 1953) II:5:1II:5:1-17
TRUMAN, HARRY S. (U.S. PRESIDENT,
PRESIDENT, 194519451953) II:1:31
TRUMAN, HARRY S. AND MRS. TRUMAN AT
THEIR RESIDENCE IN INDEPENDENCE,
MISSOURI II:5:10II:5:10- 12
th
TRUMAN, HARRY S. AS CAPTAIN OF THE 129
th
FIELD ARTILLERY, 35 DIVISION, U.S.
ARMY II:5:5II:5:5- 7
TRUMAN, HARRY S. PLAYS THE PIANO
ACCOMPANIMENT
ACCOMPANIMENT TO COMEDIAN JACK
BENNY’S VIOLIN AT A NATIONAL PRESS
CLUB PARTY IN WASHINGTON, D.C.
(JANUARY 27, 1945) II:5:13II:5:13 -14
TRUMAN, HARRY S. WITH GRANDSON
WILLIAM DANIEL VACATIONING IN DUCK
KEY, FLORIDA WITH (MARCH 28, 1964)
II:5:8II:5:8-9
TRUMAN, HARRY S., SIGNS RESOLUTION
RESOL UTION
BRINGING U. S. INTO UNESCO (1946)
I:137:58
TSAOYANG, LINDA V:9:3V:9:3 -4
TSAOYANG, LINDA WITH JIM SALIPSIP, ET AL.
AL.
V:9:3
TSAOYANG, LINDA WITH JIM SALIPSIP, AND
JANET G. THOMAS V:9:4
TSUNEYOSHI, YOSHIO (1947) I:178:1
TUCUCAN GIRLS I:55:8I:55:8 -9
TUCUCAN PASS
PASS (BONTOC) I:34:12
TUG OF WAR (GAME) I:55:3; I:121:45;
I:130:81
TULL, JAMES N. I:6:2I:6:2-3; II:54:1II:54:1-3
TULL, JAMES N. (MRS.) I:7:33
TULL, JAMES N. TOAST WITH AMB. WILLIAM
MC. BLAIR AND NARCISO RAMOS (1966)
II:27:13
TURNER, STANSFIELD (CIA DIRECTOR, 197719771981) II:14:30
TURNOVER OF 25 JEEPS TO PHILIPINE
CONSTABULARY (OCTOBER 18, 1971)
II:62II:62-A:39A:39- 40
TURNOVER OF CHECK AT AMB. HENRY A.
BYROADE’S RESIDENCE (AUGUST 27,
1970) II:47II:47-48
TURNOVER OF FOUR U.S. BOATS TO THE
PHILIPPINE
PHILIPPINE GOVERNMENT (AUGUST
31, 1966) II:62II:62-A:47A:47 -48
TURNOVER OF U.S.S. KIRSHNA TO THE
PHILIPPINE GOVERNMENT
(OCTOBER 1971) II:62II:62-A:43A:43 -46
TWENTIETH KANSAS AT DINNER,
MALOLOS (STEREOVIEW)
III:A21:20
TWENTIETH KANSAS VOLUNTEERS
(1898) III:A5:145
III:A5: 145
TWENTYTWENTY-THIRD U.S. INFANTRY. STAFF
AND LINE OFFICERS, 1898)
III:A5:118
TWIN PEAKS (1904) V:7:22
TWIN PEAKS, BAGUIO, BENGUET (1906(19061907) III:A17:42III:A17:42-43, 161, 163
TWIN PEAKS, BENGUET (1906(1906- 1907)
III:A16:1III:A16:1- 4
TWINS AT CHRISTMAS PARTY I:76:62
I:76:62
TWO AMERICANS WITH A PHILIPPINE
FAMILY I:131:26
TYDINGS, MILLARD E. I:133:8I:133:8-10;
I:138:15
TYLER, JOHN (U.S. PRESIDENT, 184118411845) II:1:9
TYPICAL BEDROOM IN FIRST CLASS
HAVANA DWELLING I:136:10
TYPICAL DENSE UNDERGROWTH OF
BEJUCO (1913) V:7:41
V:7:4 1
TYPICAL FOREST SCENE (STEREOVIEWS)
I:134:47
TYPICAL NATIVE DWELLING AT TAGUIG
(STEREOVIEWS) I:134:30
TYPICAL PHILIPPINE MAIDEN AND NATIVE
HARP (1898(1898-) III:A5:15
TYPICAL SAMAL HOUSES ABOVE THE
WATER NEAR SIASI I:122:61
TYPICAL STREET OF FILIPINO VILLAGE
VILLA GE
(POSTCARD) I:134:43
[U]
U. S. CAVALRY AT ILLIGAN, MINDANAO
(1900) I:137:46, 6161-62
U. S. – PHILIPPINE CEREMONIES (1899)
I:137:59I:137:59- 60
U. S. AERIAL ATTACK ON MANILA BAY
I:108:50
U. S. AERIAL ATTACK ON MANILA BAY BY
PLANE FROM USS TICONDEROGA
I:107:29
U. S. AID I:166:1I:166:1-60
U. S. AMBASSADOR’S RESIDENCE IN BAGUIO
I:168:45I:168:45-53
U. S. AMBASSADOR’S RESIDENCE IN MANILA
I:168:54I:168:54-56
U. S. AMBASSADORS – RESIDENCE I:168:1I:168:1109
U. S. AMBASSADORS TO THE PHILIPPINES
I:167:1I:167:1 -13; II:18II:18- 33
U. S. ARMED FORCESFORCES- FAR EAST (USAFFE)
I:169:1I:169:1 -70
U. S. ARMY ENCAMPMENT IN LANAO
PROVINCE I:137:52
U. S. ARMY HEADQUARTERS (MALATE)
I:105:17
U. S. ARMY OFFICERS IN POWPOW -POW WITH
MORO TRIBESMEN IN LANAO I:137:54
U. S. ARMY’S CAMPAIGN MAPS, 19451945- 1946
I:170:1I:170:1 -19
U. S. ARTILLERY PIECE AND FORTIFICATIONS
IN PAMPANGA I:158:15
U. S. CHANCERY I:172:15I:172:15-16, 56
U. S. COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY AT
ORACA BUILDING (BINONDO) I:168:7
U. S. EMBASSY – GROUNDS/COMPOUND
I:172:1I:172:1 -95
U. S. EMBASSY I:171:1I:171:1-29
U. S. EMBASSY (AERIAL
(AERIAL VIEW) I:171:17
U. S. EMBASSY (OVERLOOKING MANILA BAY)
I:171:16
U. S. EMBASSY BESIDE SEAWALL I:171:14
U. S. EMBASSY CHANCERY I:171:18,
I:172:80I:172:80-81
U. S. EMBASSY DISPENSARY I:172:78
U. S. EMBASSY ENTRANCE/GATE I:171:13, 16
U. S. EMBASSY
EMB ASSY IN RUINS (1945)
(1945) I:171:22I:171:2223
U. S. EMBASSY LANTAKA I:172:39I:172:39 -54
U. S. EMBASSY RESIDENCE FENCE SHOWING
RUST DAMAGE I:172:74
U. S. EMBASSY RIGHT AFTER THE LIBERATION
I:171:22I:171:22-23
U. S. EMBASSY SUPPLEMENTARY OFFICE
BUILDING (1964) I:171:19I:171:19- 21
U. S. FIRING LINE, SOLDIERS
SOLDIER S OCCUPYING
NATIVE HUTS (1899) I:132:12
U. S. FLAG HOISTED AT FORT SAN ANTONIO,
MALATE (AUGUST 13, 1898) I:158:37
U. S. GATLING GUN I:158:31
U. S. HIGH COMMISIONER’S OFFICE
BUILDING AFTER WWII I:108:35
U. S. HOSPITAL, 1900 (ISABELLA,
MINDANAO) I:119I:119-A:25; I:131:28
U.S. MARINE CORPS BARRACKS
B ARRACKS AT
OLONGAPO (POSTCARD) III:A22: 86
U. S. MARINES MARCH AT SUBIC I:162:11
U. S. MEDIC AIDS WOUNDED WOMEN AND
CHILDREN I:85:9
U. S. NAVY BOMB JAP SHIP DURING
BATTLE OF THE EASTERN
PHILIPPINES I:93:15
U. S. NAVY DONATED SUPPLIES TO
TYPHOON VICTIMS TO BUTUAN
RESIDENTS (1984) I:166:33
U. S. PHILIPPINE COMMISSION I:132I:132A:1A:1-4
U.S. PROTECTED CRUISER
CRUISER
“CHARLESTON” (POSTCARD)
III:A22:96
U. S. SEAFRONT I:172:63I:172:63-68
U. S. SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVES
REPRESENTATIVES
PARTICIPATING IN INAUGURATION
OF PHILIPPINE REPUBLIC (1946)
I:138:12
U. S. VOLUNTEERS (PHIL(PHIL -AM WAR)
I:129:9I:129:9 -41, 4343-47, 91, 101, 104104 124; I:130:19I:130:19-34; I:131:2I:131:2 - 3, 33;
I:137:6, 10; I:158:4I:158:4-16, 2828- 37
U. S. VOLUNTEERS WITH FILIPINO
INSURGENTS I:158:41
U.P. AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL, LOS
BANOS, LAGUNA (1938) V:5:73
U.S. AERIAL ATTACK ON JAP SHIPPING IN
MANILA BAY I:182:37
U.S. AID PROJECT TO MARAWI CITY
I:166:42
U.S. AID TO BULACAN PROVINCE I:166:53
U.S. AMBASSADOR’S RESIDENCE IN
BAGUIO I:105I:105-109; I:168:45
I:168:45:168:45-53
U.S. AMBASSADORS TO THE PHILIPPINES
(1946(1946 -1984) II:18II:18- 33
U.S. ARMY TRANSPORT THOMAS V:4:39,
V:5:1
U.S. CRUISER (POSTCARD) I:162:33
U.S. ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE DURING
PRES. DIOSDADO P. MACAPAGAL
ADMINISTRATION (1961(1961 -1965)
II:71:1
U.S. FLAG HOISTED IN RED BEACH, LEYTE
(1944) I:67:5
U.S. HEADQUARTERS AND SIGNAL CORPS
CABLE OFFICE IN ZAMBOANGA I:183:55
TH
U.S. INFANTRY, 14 (1898(1898- ) III:A5:49
U.S. MILITARY ACADEMY STUDENTS WITH
MACARIO PERALTA II:75:23II:75:23 -24
U.S. MILITARY
MILI TARY PORT OF MANILA I:70:34
U.S. MILITARY POST, ZAMBOANGA
(POSTCARD) I:183:8
U.S. NA. POMPEY (POSTCARD) I:162:24
U.S. NAVAL COMPLEX (SUBIC BAY) III:A9:26III:A9:26 32
U.S. NAVAL HOSPITAL, ISABELA, BASILAN
ISLAND (ZAMBOANGA) I:183:53
U.S. NAVAL STATION (OLONGAPO)
(OLONGAPO) I:162:50
U.S. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT GREETS
RANGERS WHO PARTICIPATED IN LUZON
PRISON CAMP II:4:1
U.S. RANGERS ESCORT LIBERATED
AMERICANS FROM THE PRISONER OF
WAR CAMP AT CABANATUAN (JANUARY
1945) I:182:43
U.S. SOLDIER SHOWS JAPANESE POWS
NEWS OF GERMAN SURRENDER
S URRENDER I:182:57
U.S. SOLDIERS (V.E. DAY, 1945) I:182:66
U.S. SURRENDERS TO JAPAN (MAY 7, 1942)
I:88:12
U.S. TROOPS MARCHING INTO MANILA
(AUGUST 13, 1898) I:176:8I:176:8 -9
U.S. VOLUNTEERS AIMING FIRE (PHIL(PHIL- AM
WAR) I:129:44
U.S. VOLUNTEERS WHO STAYED V:5:27
V:5:27
U.S. VOLUNTEERS, 30TH (1900(1900 -) III:A3:114
U.S.A.T. BUFFORD AT THE Q.M. DOCK, MANILA
MANILA
(POSTCARD) III:A22:95
III:A22: 95
U.S.A.T. THOMAS, MANILA
MANILA HARBOR III:A22:94
U.S.O. ENTERTAINMENT I:182:60I:182:60 -61
U.S.U.S. -R.P. AGRICULTURAL COMMODITY SALES
AGREEMENT SIGNED (1977)
( 1977) I:166:44
U.S.S. BALTIMORE I:26:6
U.S.S. CHARLSTON IN THE DEWEY,
OLONGAPO (POSTCARD) I:162:21
U.S.S. COLUMBIA I:96:4
U.S.S. ENTERPRISE I:162:63
U.S.S. GEN. ALAVE (POSTCARD) I:162:25
U.S.S. KIRSHNA TURNOVER TO THE
PHILIPPINE GOVERNMENT (OCTOBER
1971) II:62II:62 -A:43A:43- 46
U.S.S. KITKUM BAY I:93:21
U.S.S. LOUISIANA (POSTCARD) I:162:28
U.S.S. MAINE (POSTCARD) I:162:32
U.S.S. MAYON, DOLLAR S.S. LINE (POSTCARD)
I:142:37
U.S.S. MONADOCK (POSTCARD) I:162:22
U.S.S. NASHVILLE BURNING AFTER HIT
BY JAP BOMBER (DECEMBER 15,
1944) I:182:32
U.S.S. NEW ORLEANS (POSTCARD)
I:162:23
U.S.S. OLYMPUS AND TRANSPORTS
UNDER AIR ATTACK I:96:1
U.S.S. PANTHER, 1920 (POSTCARD)
I:162:29
U.S.S. “PENNSYLVANIA”
“PENNSYLVANIA” IN THE DRY
DOCK “DEWEY” AT OLONGAPO
OLON GAPO
(POSTCARD)
(POSTCARD) III:A22:87
U.S.S. PETREL I:26:11
U.S.S. PRES. COOLIDGE I:8:5
U.S.S. RALEIGH I:26:8
U.S.S. SOUTH DAKOTA (POSTCARD)
I:162:20
U.S.S. ST. LO BURNING AFTER BEING HIT
BY KAMIKAZI SUICIDE PLANE OFF
LEYTE I:93:18; I:182:46
U.S.S. WARREN I:180:124I:180:124- 127
UDALL, STEWART (INTERIOR SECRETARY,
19631963-1968) II:8:4
UDPAGA, HILARIO I:66:23, 33
UGARTE, SEBASTIAN WITH AMB. AND
MRS. HENRY A. BYROADE, ET AL
II:29:29II:29:29-23
ULLMAN, AL WITH JIMMY CARTER, ET AL.
AL.
II:11:22
UMAZU, YOSHIHIRO I:88:29
UMBRELLA DEPARTMENT : SEWING
SEW ING
MACHINES, UMBRELLA FACTORY
(1908) III:A15:27III:A15:27 -28
UMBRELLA FACTORY (1908) III:A15:4
UMBRELLA STICK DEPARTMENT,
UMBRELLA FACTORY (1908) III:A15:25
UNA PARTIDA DE CASA I:136:6
UNDER JAP FIRE ON STREET OF
MANILA’S CHINATOWN I:107:18
I:107:18
UNDER
UNDER THE SHADE OF THE SHELTERING
PALM, SUBIC (POSTCARD) I:162:38
UNDERNOURISHED INTERNEES I:156:10
UNIFORM
UNIFORM OF K. E. AND 6 GUNS TAKEN BY
P. C. SOLDIER (POSTCARD) I:159:1
UNION CHURCH OF MANILA I:44:13I:44:13 -20
UNION CHURCH OF MANILA
MANILA
(POSTCARD) III:A22:61III:A22:61- 62
UNION CHURCH.
CHURCH. CALLE PADRE FAURA,
MANILA (POSTCARD) III:A22:63
UNION LANDING AND CUSTOM
CUSTOM HOUSE
WHARF. MANILA (POSTCARD)
(POSTC ARD)
III:A22:33
UNITED NATIONS I:165:1I:165:1- 2
UNITED SERVICES CLUB I:42:27
UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS
VE TERANS
DEPARTMENT COMMANDER ARCADIO
AGCAOILI I:117:2
UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS I:7:37;
I:174:1I:174:1 -2
UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL
DEVELOPMENT (U.S. AID) I:166:1I:166:1 -60
UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY
STUDENTS WITH MACARIO PERALTA
II:75:23II:75:23-24
UNITED STATES PRESIDENTS (1799(1799-1993)
II:1:1II:1:1-38
UNITED STATESSTATES -PHILIPPINE COMMISSION
(1910(1910 -1912) I:132I:132-A:2A:2-4
UNITS OF JAP FLEET UNDER ATTACK BY U.S.
PACIFIC FLEET CARRIER (OCTOBER 25,
1944) I:182:29
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES (POSTCARDS)
I:111:11I:111:11-13
UNIVERSITY CLUB (OCCUPATION DAY, 1939?)
I:149:6
UNIVERSITY CLUB, MANILA V:5:68
UNIVERSITY HALL (MANILA) I:105:46
UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS I:156:1, 11,
1919- 20, 30
UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS (AERIAL VIEW)
V:1:35V:1:35-36
UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS, INTERNMENT
CAMP (AERIAL
(AERIAL VIEW) V:3:5, 2323- 25
UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS, MANILA
(RUINS) III:A8:28, 41
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES I:173:1I:173:1 -4
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES
(POSTCARD) I:173:4
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES (RUINS)
I:108:22; I:173:2
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES,
PHILIPPINES, LOS
BANOS, LAGUNA (1938) V:5:73
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES. COLLEGE
OF AGRICULTURE (VISIT OF U.S. VICE
PRES. RICHARD M. NIXON, 1956) II:9:17
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES. COLLEGE
OF ENGINEERING BUILDING UNDER
CONSTRUCTION (1953) I:166:7
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES. COLLEGE
OF VETERINARY SCIENCE BUILDING
I:166:51
UNIVERSITY SQUARE AND SAINT DOMINGO
I:105:64; I:110:11I:110:11-13
UNLOADING GOVERNMENT MULES AT
MANILA I:140:17
UNSON, GRISELDA B. I:66:10
UNSON, RAMON I:66:11
UNSON, SALUD F. I:66:35
UP THE AVENUE (PRES. CARTER AND
FAMILY WALK THE INAUGURAL
PARADE II:11:10
UPPER FALLS, PAGSANJAN (POSTCARD)
I:142:45
URIARTE, CECILE I:8:2
USAFFE GUERRILIA FORCES, SQUADRON
155 SIGNED LETTER BY H. C.
CONNER, JR. (MARCH 30, 1944)
III:A11:47
USAFFE OFFICERS I:169:1I:169:1 - 70
USING BURNING GASOLINE TO FORCE
JAPS INTO OPEN I:182:8
USIS TEMPORARY QUARTERS OFFERED
BY GOV. AGUILA OF SAN FERNANDO,
LA UNION (1950) I:152:7
UTAH BATTERY (1898(1898-) III:A5:17, 26
UTAH LIGHT BATTERY I:129:59, 6969- 72
UTAH LIGHT BATTERY OFFICERS (1898)
III:A5:123
UY CHACO BUILDING (MANILA) I:106:7
[V]
VALENCIA, ELPIDIO II:75:73
VALERO APARTMENTS (EMBASSY RENTAL
PROPERTY) I:168:28
VAN BUREN, MARTIN (U.S. PRESIDENT,
18371837-1841) II:1:7
TH
VAN VALZAH, D. D. (COL., 18 U.S.
INFANTRY OFFICER, (1898)
III:A5:113
VANCE, CYRUS (SECRETARY OF STATE)
II:55:1II:55:1- 4
VANCE, CYRUS (SECRETARY OF STATE,
19771977-1981) II:14:33
VANCE, CYRUS WITH GOV. WILLIAM
SCRANTON, DEAN RUSK AND JOHN
MCCONE II:52:1
VANDERGRIFT, A. A. (GEN.) I:169:69
I:169:69
VARGAS, JESUS WITH G. MENNEN
WILIAMS II:75:74
VAUGHN, JACK (DIRECTOR, PEACE
CORPS) II:61:11
VELASCO (SPANISH CRUISER) I:26:15
VELASCO, FIDEL I:166:37
VELLOZ CONDUCCION I:136:3
VENDEDORA DE MANGAS I:51:12
VERGEL DE DIOS, AGUSTIN (ARTWORK) I:13:1
I:13: 1
VETERANS ARMY OF THE PHILIPPINES
I:174:1I:174:1 -4
VETERANS, FILIPINOS WITH CONG. LOUIS DAY
HICKS (APRIL 1971) II:62II:62 -A:31
VICE PRESIDENT LYNDON JOHNSON IN
MANILA (MAY 1961) II:8:5II:8:5 - 16
VICE PRESIDENT OF THE PHILIPPINES
(ELPIDIO QUIRINO) VISITS PRESIDENT OF
THE UNITED STATES (HARRY TRUMAN)
II:68:6II:68:6- 7
VICE PRESIDENTIAL DISTAFF GROUP (WIVES
OF U.S. VICE PRESIDENTS) II:9:26
VICKERS, ROSS I:76:6
VICTIMS OF THE JAPS IN THE PHIL. GENERAL
HOSPITAL I:85:25
VICTORIA (MAGELLAN’S VESSEL) I:136:2
VICTORY ARCH (MANILA) I:105:29,
I:105:29, 53
VICTORY JOE IN SOUTHER LUZON I:182I:182 -A:1
VIETNAM PEACE STRATEGY II:8:3
VIETNAMESE
VIETNAME SE REFUGEES (RESCUE
OPERATION) I:147:1I:147:1-8
VIEW FROM AMERICAN TRENCHES (1900(1900-)
III:A3:69
VIEW OF ANGELES LOOKING NORTHWARD
FROM THE CATHEDRAL TOWER (1899)
III:A11:6
VIEW OF MANILA HARBOR AT THE OPENING
OF HOSTILITIES (AUGUST 3, 1914)
I:105:44
VIEW OF PRESIDIO AND GOLDEN GATE, SAN
FRANCISCO (1900(1900-) III:A3:121
VIEWS OF OLD MANILA, HONG KONG, CANTON
& YOKOHAMA (1880(1880- 1900) III:A14:1III:A14:1 -54
VIGAN (ILOCOS SUR, 1950) I:175:1
I:175:15:1 -9
VIGAN BUILDINGS/HOUSES (1950) I:175:2I:175:2 -7
VIGAN CENTRAL PLAZA (1950) I:175:6
VIGAN CITY HALL, ILOCOS SUR (1950)
I:175:7
VIGAN HIGH SCHOOL CLASS I:60:16I:60:16- 18
VIGAN PROVINCIAL CAPITOL (1950) I:175:5,
7
VIGAN TRADE SCHOOL BOYS (1950) I:175:1
VIGILAR, GREGORIO I:166:43
VILLA CARLOTA (1922) I:121:38I:121:38- 39
VILLA CARLOTA (BAGUIO) I:8:3; I:15:4;
I:17:44; I:76:5, 8, 63
VILLA CARLOTA (PASAY) I:76:68
VILLAGE OF SAN JOSE, MANILA (1880(1880-1900)
III:A14:21
VILLAMOR, IGNACIO I:117:11
VILLAVICENCIO, B. G. I:166:43
VILLEGAS, ANTONIO HANDS TO U.S. VICE
PRES. LYNDON B. JOHNSON THE
SYMBOLIC KEY TO MANILA (1961)
II:8:9
VILLEGAS, ANTONIO J. I:11:27I:11:27- 28;
II:75:75
VINCENT, DOC I:7:29
VINTAS (POSTCARD) I:119I:119- A:22;
I:142:15
VIRAC AIRPORT (CATANDUANES)
I:166:31
I:166:3 1
VIRATA, CEZAR AND AMB. WILLIAM H.
SULLIVAN (SIGNING, 1974) II:30:25
VIRATA, LEONIDES S. II:75:76
VIRAY, MANUEL A. II:75:77
VISAYAS, 19421942-1945 V:25:94
VITERBO, ANTONIO I:118I:118 -A:8
VITERBO, MILAGROS HERNANDEZ I:118I:118A:8
VITO CRUZ STREET, MANILA (WWII)
I:107:20
VIYASAN ISLANDS, CLEARING THE
CENTRAL I:170:9
VOCATIONAL TRAINING SCHOOL
(PHILCUSA(PHILCUSA- FOA) I:166:13
VOLCKMAN, RUSSELL I:5:54
VOLPE, JOHN A. (U.S. SECRETARY OF
TRANSPORTATION AND ERNESTO V.
LAGDAMEO) II:74:49
VOLUNTEER REGIMENTS I:176:1I:176:1 -13
VOLUNTEER
VOLUNTEER SIGNAL CORPS. FIRST
COMPANY (1898(1898-) III:A5:119
VOSTER, ERWIN WITH BRUCE MEYER,
AND JOHN MANNING V:9:84
[W]
W. C. FORBES COLLECTION I (1906(1906 1907) III:A16:1III:A16:1- 79
W. CAMERON FORBES TROPHY (ANNUAL
INAUGURAL POLO GAME, 1938)
I:116:11
WACK WACK GOLF CLUB, MANILA
(POSTCARD) I:111:29
WAGNER, L. G. I:11:8
WAGNER, ROY L. (PROGRAMS OFFICER,
U.S. AID) II:56:1II:56:1 -2
WAINE, VIRGINIA I:66:10
WAINWRIGHT, JONATHAN (GEN.) I:88:3, 121225; I:169:57; I:177:1I:177:1- 5
WAINWRIGHT, JONATHAN ORDERS ENTIRE
USAFFE TO SURRENDER
SURRENDER (MAY 7, 1942)
I:88:12
WAINWRIGHT, JONATHAN (MRS.) (1945)
I:176:5
WAINWRIGHT, JONATHAN WITH LT. GEN.
HOMMA AND OTHERS (1942) I:182:55
WALES, R. D. V:9:62
WALL IN BUILDING WHERE A SPANISH
PRISONER WAS CRUCIFIED I:159:5
WALL, THE (INTRAMUROS, 1910) III:A1:3
WALLACE, HENRY (MRS.) WITH MRSS.
AGNEW, NIXON, AND HUMPREY II:9:26
WALLACE, JOHN I:6:5I:6:5- 9
WALLED CITY (INTRAMUROS) I:82:1I:82:1-58
WALLED CITY (RUINS) III:A8:5
WALLED CITY AND MANILA BAY V:1:1
WALLED CITY, MANILA (POSTCARD) I:111:30
WALSH, JOHN (MRS.)
(MRS.) I:7:33
WALTERS, VERNON A. (REPRESENTATIVE TO
THE UNITED NATIONS, 19811981 -1989)
II:57:1II:57:1- 2
WANDERING BOYS FIND HOME I:186:52
WAR COMES TO THE PHILIPPINES I:182I:182 A:11, 13
WAR CRIME TRIAL I:178:1
WAR DAMAGE IN WALLED CITY I:108:27I:108:27 -28
WAR DAMAGE, 19421942-1945 V:27:29
WAR DAMAGED BUILDING WALL I:108:4
WAR MEMORIALS, UNION SQUARE, SAN
FRANCISCO I:185:3I:185:3-4
WAR REFUGEES RECEIVING FOODSTUFFS
FROM THE IMPERIAL JAPANESE FORCE
I:87:11
WAREHOUSES ON THE WATERFRONT,
WATERFRONT, CEBU
(POSTCARD) III:A22:105
III:A2 2:105
WARING, FRANK A. (1936) I:137:57
WARM RECEPTIONS (VICE PRES. WALTER
MONDALE GREETS PRES. JIMMY CARTER)
II:11:55
WARNER, LANGDON WITH ELLEN FORBES,
AND SUSAN HALLOWELL (1906(1906 -1907)
III:A16:50
WARNER, LANGDON WITH MRS. HATHEWAY
(MRS.), AND ELLEN EMERSON
EME RSON (1906(19061907) III:A16:34
WARRINER, B. B. (LT.) I:137:39
WARWICK CAMP I:7:37
WARWICK BARRACKS,
BARRACKS, CEBU ISLAND
(POSTCARD) III:A21:177
WASH SCENE IN ZAMBOANGA I:183:21
WASHDAY I:134:1, 66-8
WASHER WOMAN, MANILA (1900(1900-)
III:A6:48
WASHERWOMAN V:5:50
WASHING CLOTHES SCENES (1914(1914 1916) III:A2
WASHING CLOTHES (POSTCARD)
(POSTCARD)
III:A22:131
WASHINGTON BOYS REPULSING AN
ATTACK OF INSURRECTORS
INSURRECTORS
(STEREOVIEW) III:A21:21
III:A2 1:21
WASHINGTON, D.C. (ORIGINAL PLAN FOR
THE U.S. CAPITAL) II:62:11
WASHINGTON,
WASHINGTON, GEORGE (U.S. PRESIDENT,
17891789-1797) II:1:1; II:2:1II:2:1- 5
WASHINGTON, GEORGE ON HORSEBACK ,
JULY 3, 1775 (PAINTING) II:2:5
WASHINGTON, GEORGE WITH ALEXANDER
HAMILTON AND ROBERT MORRIS
(PAINTING) II:2:3
WASHINGTON, GEORGE WITH MARQUIS
DE LAFAYETTE AT MT. VERNON,
VIRGINIA (PAINTING) II:2:1II:2:1- 2
WASHINGTON, GEORGE, AS SURVEYOR OF
FAIRFAX ESTATES (PAINTING) II:2:4
WATCHING FOR THE ENEMY (1900(1900 -)
III:A3:90
WATER SUPPLY IN PAMPANGA (1910)
I:127:16
WATER BUFFALOES CARRYING FAMILIES
IN LEYTE I:93:9
WATER STORAGE,
STORAGE, SANGALI I:122:69
WATER STORAGE, SIMINUL I:122:69
WATER TRANSPORTATION (POSTCARD)
I:142:36
WATERFRONT (MANILA, 1929) I:106:26
WATERFRONT CHILDREN V:5:52
WATERFRONT, MANILA (POSTCARD)
I:111:26
WATKINS, LETTY AND PATRICK WATKINS
V:9:85
WATKINS, PATRICK
PATR ICK AND LETTY WATKINS
V:9:85
WAYSIDE STATIONS (1913) V:7:125
WEAVER, ROBERT (HOUSING SECRETARY,
19631963-1968) II:8:4
WEAVING A KARAGUMOY MAT I:81:6
WEAVING CLOTH I:81:1
WEBB, T. CLIFTON (NEW ZEALAND,
SEATO, 1954) I:157:1
WEDDING AT FORT STOTSENBERG I:70:31
I:70:31
WEDDING CEREMONY ATTENDED BY
FILIPINOS AND AMERICANS I:66:24
WEDDING IN MANILA, 1930’S I:8:14
WEDDING PARTY (1948) I:8:2
WEDDING PARTY (MAIMBUNG, JOLO, SULU)
I:122:60
WEDDING PORTRAIT POSTCARD FOR MR. &
MRS. HEILBRONN FROM FRANCISCA
I:76:66
WEIDNER,
WEIDNER, EDWARD W. II:61:20
WEINBERGER, CASPAR (SECRETARY OF
DEFENSE, 19811981 -1989) II:15:30II:15:30- 31
WEINBERGER, CASPAR W. (SECRETARY OF
HEALTH, EDUCATION AND WELFARE,
19691969-1974) II:61:12
WEINBERGER, CASPAR W. (U.S. SECRETARY
OF DEFENSE) MEETS WITH PRES.
CORAZON C. AQUINO (SEPTMBER 1986)
II:73:6
WEINSTEIN, PHILLIP JR. I:66:11
WEINSTEINER, NORA I:66:10
WELCOME ARCH IN MINDANAO FOR WOODWOODFORBES MISSION AND DICKINSON’S
PARTY (1921) I:59:24
WELCOME DEATH MARCH MARKER (BATAAN)
III:A9: 6, 11
WELCOME IN POLAND (JIMMY CARTER
CA RTER WITH
A YOUNG GIRL ON HIS ARRIVAL IN
WARSAW ) II:11:26
WELCOME SIGNS (BATAAN) III:A9:4, 6, 11, 15
WELCOME SIGNS AT SAN FERNANDO,
PAMPANGA III:A9:33
WENDOVER, ROYCE F. AND SHIPMATE (1908)
V:14:29
WENDOVER, ROYCE F. COLLECTION V:14:1V:14:1 36
WENDOVER’S ZAMBOANGA HOUSE V:14:30
WEST BERLINERS HONOR KENNEDY II:7:7
WEST COAST MEMORIAL TO THE MISSING
(1960) III:A13:1III:A13:1 -8
WESTLEY, A. GORDON WITH, A. LEWIS
BURRIDGE, ET AL V:9:14
WESTMORELAND, WILLIAM (GEN.) WITH
LYNDON B. JOHNSON II:8:3
WHARF (CEBU) I:42:18,
I:42:18, 5050 - 51
WHEATON (GEN.), WITH THEIR STAFFS, ON A
TOUR AT ANGELES (1899) III:A11:3
RD
WHELLER, D. P. (LT., 23 U.S. INFANTRY
OFFICER, 1898) III:A5:118
WHELPLEY, BEATRICE E. WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON, ET AL V:12:5
WHERE THE AMERICAN SOLDIERS WHO
W HO
TH
FELL AUGUST 13 ARE BURIED
(1898(1898 -) III:A5:14
WHERE THE TROOPS FIRST ENTERED
MANILA (1898(1898-) III:A5:99
WHIPPLE, C. W. (COL.) WITH THE
AYUNTAMIENTO (1898(1898 -) III:A5:40
RD
WHIPPLE, C. W. (COL., 23 U.S.
INFANTRY OFFICER, 1898)
III:A5:118
WHITE HOUSE
HOU SE MEETING (RICHARD M.
NIXON, HENRY A. KISSINGER AND
BOGDAN CRNOBRNJA) II:9:21
WHITE HOUSE PORTRAIT OF PRES.
RONALD REAGAN II:12II:12-A:4
WHITE, FRANK R. I:164:16
WHITWORTH, PEGRAM (LT.) WITH MAJ.
GEN. ARTHUR MACARTHUR, ET AL
(1898(1898 -) III:A5:20
WIGHTMAN, PERCY
PERCY L. WITH LEONARD G.
DAWSON AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL
STAFF (NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
WILKIN, FORD I:161:9I:161:9- 11
WILLIAM W. RONALD L. (PRESS
SECRETARY, 19691969-1974) II:61:14
WILLIAM W. STONE COLLECTION (1945(1945-)
III:A8:1III:A8:1- 51
WILLIAMS, C. MENNEN PRESENTS HIS
CREDENTIALS
CREDENTIALS TO PRES. FERDINAND
E. MARCOS (JUNE 17, 1968)
II:28:3
WILLIAMS, C. MENNEN WITH ALBERTO
KATIGBAK, GREETINGS MEMBERS
OF THE CABINET (JUNE 17, 1968)
II:28:4
WILLIAMS, C. MENNEN WITH FORMER
PRES. DIOSDADO MACAPAGAL AND
VICEVICE -PRES. FERNANDO LOPEZ
II:28:7
II:28:7
WILLIAMS, C. MENNEN (MRS.) II:28:10II:28:1012, 1414- 17; II:62:6
WILLIAMS, C. MENNEN (U.S.
AMBASSADOR, JUNE 19681968- APRIL
1969) I:167:2; II:28:1II:28:1 -20
WILLIAMS, C. MENNEN AND FAMILY WITH
LEWIS E. GLEECK, JR. WELCOMED
BY FILIPINOS II:28:8
WILLIAMS, C. MENNEN AND MRS.
MENNEN INTERVIEWED BEFORE
DEPARTURE, WITH VICEVICE -PRES.
FERNANDO LOPEZ II:28:10
WILLIAMS, C. MENNEN CONFERRED AN
AWARD OF THE ORDER OF SIKATUNA,
RANK OF LAKAN BY PRES. FERDINAND E.
MARCOS II:28:5
WILLIAMS, DOROTHY I:7:43
WILLIAMS, STANLEY V:9:63
WILLKIE, WENDELL WITH THE AMERICAN
BATTLE MONUMENTS COMMISSION AT
MANILA AIRPORT (1960) III:A13:24
WILLOW & BEATER, HAT FACTORY (1908)
III:A15:17
WILNER (BISHOP) I:149:1
WILSON, CLAUDE M. WITH HERBERT
TELSHAW, ET AL V:9:14
WILSON, CLAUDE M. WITH MARSH THOMSON,
ET AL V:9:15
WILSON, CLAUDE WITH GEORGE DRYSDALE,
ET AL V:9:13
WILSON, JOHN R. V:9:64V:9:64 -65
WILSON, LAURENCE L. I:7:16
WILSON, S. J. I:116:13
WILSON, WOODROW (U.S. PRESIDENT, 19131913 1921) II:1:26; II:4:2
WILSON, WOODROW WITH FRANKLIN D.
ROOSEVELT AND WILLIAM
WILLIAM J. BRYAN
(1914) II:4:2
WIMPRESS, DUNCAN I:134I:134- A:1A:1-4
WINDING GEAR AND MARINE GEAR, ENGINEER
ISLAND (1913) V:7:131
WINE (1900(1900-) III:A7:57III:A7:57- 67
WINGED DEATH OVERTAKES FLEEING JAP
CRAFT I:93:10
WIRTZ, WILARD (LABOR SECRETARY, 196319631968) II:8:4
WISNER,
WISNER, FRANK G. I:64I:64-A:1
WISSLER, J. G. I:53:1
WIVES OF U.S. VICE PRESIDENTS II:9:25
WOLAHAN, JAMES J. RECEIVES CHECK FROM
AMB. HENRY A. BYROADE. LOOKING ON IS
WILIAM HAMILTON II:29:4
WOLFF, LESTER L. INTRODUCED WITH JUAN
PONCE ENRILE II:58:2
WOLFF, LESTER
LESTER L. LAUGHS WITH PRES.
FERDINAND E. MARCOS, ET AL. II:58:1
WOLFF, LESTER L. SHAKES HAND WITH
CARLOS P. ROMULO II:58:4
WOLFF, LESTER L. WITH FRANCISCO TATAD
II:58:3
WOLFF, LESTER LIONEL II:58:1II:58:1-4
WOLFF, THOMAS AT THE LIBERTY HALL
PARTY, MANILA V:6:18V:6:18- 38
WOLFF, THOMAS J. V:9:66
WOLFSON, JOSEPH, ET AL., AT AN ARMY
LUNCHEON (1937) V:5:67
WOLFSON, JULIA I:1:7
WOMAN BEATEN WHEN SHE REFUSED TO
SUBMIT TO ASSAULT I:85:15
WOMAN PLANTING RICE V:16:14
WOMAN SMOKING TOBACCO (1900
(190000 -)
III:A6:57
WOMAN, DOILIE MAKER V:5:51
WOMAN, HARVESTING RICE V:5:49
WOMEN AND CHILDREN KILLED BY
BAYONET AND RIFFLE IN WALLED
CITY I:85:29I:85:29 -32
WOMEN AND CHILDREN KILLED BY JAPS
IN MANILA I:85:26I:85:26- 28
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE V:16:12V:16:12 -14
WOMEN SELLING WARES
WARES ON THEIR
HEADS I:134:9I:134:9 -10
WOMEN SUFFERED BULLET WOUNDS
I:85:14
WOMEN TATTOOING V:15:23V:15:23-25
WOMEN WEAVERS (1910) III:A1:7
WOMEN’S PARLEY APPLAUSE
(ROSALYNN CARTER, BETTY FORD
AND LADY BIRD JOHNSON II:11:13
WOMEN’S REPLACEMENT DEPOT (JUNE(JUNE DECEMBER 1945)
19 45) III:A10:23III:A10:23-24
WOMENS’ SEMINARY, ZAMBOANGA
(1900(1900 -) III:A3:109
WOOD , MAJ. GEN. (SEPTEMBER 3, 1945)
I:88:19I:88:19 -22
WOOD BURNER TRAIN V:5:18
WOOD DISEMBARKING IN MANILA (MAY 4,
1921) I:180:82I:180:82- 85
WOOD, LEONARD I:1:9I:1:9- 10; I:46:2I:46:2-3;
I:116:3I:116:3 -4; 1:124:3; I:164:2
I:16 4:24:2- 3;
I:172:4I:172:4 -6; I:179:1I:179:1- 3
WOOD, LEONARD (1906(1906- 1907)
III:A16:64
WOOD, LEONARD AT THE OLD POLO CLUB
I:116:3I:116:3 -4
WOOD, LEONARD AT ZAMBOANGA (1922)
I:179:1
WOOD, LEONARD ADDRESS TO SENATE
AND HOUSE (OCTOBER 16, 1923)
I:46:2I:46:2- 3
WOOD, LEONARD WITH AMERICAN
A MERICAN AND
JAPANESE OFFICERS I:179:3
WOOD, LEONARD WITH MANUEL L.
QUEZON, W. C. FORBES AND SERGIO
OSMENA (MAY 4, 1921) I:124:3
WOOD, LEONARD WITH WILLIAM H. TAFT,
AMERICCAN TEACHERS, AND NATIVE
SCHOOL CHILDREN AT BAGUIO I:164:21
WOOD, LEONARD, ET AL., AT AN ARMY
LUNCHEON (1937) V:5:67
WOOD, PAUL (PRESIDENT OF INTERNATIONAL
HARVESTER CO., 1959) I:114I:114-A:3
WOOD, PAUL H. V:9:67V:9:67 -68
WOODWOOD -FORBES MISSION (1921) I:1:9;
I:179:1I:179:1 -132
WOODWOOD -FORBES MISSION (MINDANAO, 1921)
I:59:3
WOODWOOD -FORBES MISSION AT MALACANANG
MALACANAN G
PALACE (MAY 4, 1921) I:180:90I:180:90- 91
WOODWOOD -FORBES MISSION IN CAVITE (1921)
I:180:1I:180:1 -27
WOODWOOD -FORBES MISSION IN MINDANAO
(1921) I:180:28I:180:28-67
WOODWOOD -FORBES MISSION IN PUERTO
PRINCESA (1921) I:180:79I:180:79 -81
WOODWOOD -FORBES MISSION IN ZAMBOANGA
(1921) I:170:67I:170:67-76
WOODWOOD -FORBES
FO RBES MISSION RECEPTION ON
WHARF (MAY 7, 1921) I:180:86I:180:86- 89, 9292 94
WOODWOOD -FORBES MISSION WITH DICKINSON
VISIT TO MINDANAO (1921) I:59:3I:59:3-10
WOODING, HARRY (ASST. SECRETARY OF
STATE, 1935) I:133:5
WOOD PILING BY THE BRENT BOYS AT
BAGUIO (1910) V:8:43V:8:43- 44
WOOL
WOOL HARDENER & BUMPERS, HAT
FACTORY (1908) III:A15:19
WOOL HAT FACTORY (1908) III:A15:3
WOOL WASHING & HYDROHYDRO-EXTRACTOR, HAT
FACTORY (1908) III:A15:16
WORCESTER, DEAN (BAGUIO RESIDENCE)
I:16:5
WORCESTER, DEAN C. I:64:3, 10, 12; I:181:1I:181:12
ND
WORCESTER, DEAN C. WITH THE 2
PHILIPPINE COMMISSION I:132I:132 -A:2A:2-4
WORCESTER, DEAN C. WITH W. C. FORBES
I:68:14
WORKBENCH DEMONSTRATION (1957)
I:166:38
WORLD SLASHERS CHAMPIONSHIP/
CLARO CORTEZ V:18:73V:18:73 -79
WORLD WAR II DESTRUCTION IN MANILA
I:108:1I:108:1-52; III:A8:1III:A8:1 -22, 2626- 49
WORLD WAR II IN THE PHILIPPINES (BOOK
COVER OF PHILLIP KATZ) I:182:12
WORLD WAR II IN THE PHILIPPINES
(THOMAS JEFFERSON CULTURAL
CENTER COLLECTION) PART I
III:A19:1III:A19:1- 35
WORLD WAR II IN THE PHILIPPINES
(THOMAS JEFFERSON CULTURAL
CENTER COLLECTION) PART II
III:A20:1III:A20:1- 26
WORLD WAR II RUINS (MOUNTED) I:182I:182A:2A:2-5
WORLD WAR II SHRINES AND
LANDMARKS III:A9:1III:A9:1 -64
WORLD WAR, 19421942- 1945 I:182:1I:182:1 -88
WORTHINGTON, STAN (WAYNE
ENGINEERING) I:114I:114 -A:14
WOUNDED AMERICAN SOLDIER I:158:32
WOUNDED AMERICANS (WWII) I:43:1I:43:1- 2
WOUNDED FILIPINOS IN SANTA ANA
DISTRICT (PHIL(PHIL-AM WAR) I:129:67
WRECK OF JAP SHIP I:36I:36- A:8
WRECK OF SPANISH WARSHIP “DON
JUAN DE AUSTRIA” SUNK (MAY 1,
1898) I:158:23
WRECK OF THE MAINE, HAVANA HARBOR
(1900(1900-) III:A3:126
WRECK OF THE REINA CHRISTINA,
MANILA BAY (1900(1900-) III:A3:59;
III:A5:28
WRECKAGE ALONG PASIG RIVER V:2:19
WRECKED CHURCH (1945) I:108:18
WRECKED QUEZON BRIDGE ACROSS
PASIG RIVER IN MANILA I:108:15
WRECKED QUEZON BRIDGE FRAMES
DEVASTATED MANILA I:108:14
WRESTLING (GAME) I:55:6
WRIGHT PARK (BAGUIO) I:15:4; I:17:36I:17:36 38
WRIGHT, LUKE E. (GEN.) I:72:20I:72:20- 24;
I:132I:132- A:2
WRIGHT, RUPERT R. (ECA) I:166:16
WYOMING OFFICERS IN LUZON (1898(1898-)
III:A5:21
WYRICK, TERRY I:166:52,
I:166:52, 56
[Y]
YMCA. MANILA (POSTCARD)
(POSTCARD) III:A22:58
Y.M.C.A., TAFT AVE., MANILA V:1:10
YAKANS
YAKANS (TRIBE) I:54:39I:54:39-44; I:55:14;
I:183:14; 38
YAMASHITA COMES OUT TO SURRENDER
(APRIL 28, 1945) I:88:5
YAMASHITA SURRENDERS (APRIL 28, 1945)
I:88:5I:88:5- 6
YAMASHITA,
YAMASHITA, TOMOYUKI I:88:5I:88:5-22
YAN, MANUEL I:89:2, 5
YANGCO TWINS I:186:56
YANGCO, TEODORO II:75:10
YEAGER, H. R. (COL.) I:138:19
YENKO, MARIANO A., JR. II:75:78
YMCA BUILDING (RUINS) I:108:29
YMCA, MANILA (1905) I:105:58
YOSHIDA, TANICHIRO I:87:12
YOUNG BOY SMOKING TOBACCO V:15:4V:15:4-5
YOUNG COUPLE COMING FROM WEDDING
CEREMONY (JUNE(JUNE -DECEMBER 1945)
III:A10:20
YOUNG CUBAN PATRIOT (1900(1900-) III:A3:143
YOUNG FILIPINA BRINGS A TATTERED U.S.
FLAG OUT OF HIDING I:95:22I:95:22-23
YOUNG GIRL WITH HER PUPPY V:15:14V:15:14-15
YOUNG
YOU NG LADIES’ SEMINARY, MANILA (1900(1900-)
III:A3:22
YOUNG LADIES’ SEMINARY, ZAMBOANGA
(1900(1900-) III:A3:109
YOUNG MAN WITH COCK V:18:61V:18:61- 62
YOUNG SOLDIERS I:159:80I:159:80- 82
YOUNG, ANDREW (AMBASSADOR TO THE
UNITED NATIONS) II:14:31II:14:31- 32; II:59:1II:59:1-2
[Z]
YRIARTE, MANUEL I:180:96I:180:96 -98
ZACATE HARVEST I:134:3
ZAIDE, GREGORIO II:75:5, 79
ZAMBOANGA I:59:4I:59:4- 7, 11; I:183:1I:183:1 -69
ZAMBOANGA & SULU ARCHEOLOGICAL
APPROACH TO ETHNIC DIVERSITY BY
ALEXANDER SPOEHR I:122:66I:122:66- 77, 77,
92
ZAMBOANGA (AMOS COLLECTION) I:9:1I:9:1-16
ZAMBOANGA (POSTCARDS)
(POSTCARDS) I:183:1I:183:1 -9
ZAMBOANGA (WWII) I:120:12I:120:12-16
ZAMBOANGA CANAL, NEAR GEN. LEONARD
WOOD’S RESIDENCE (1906(1906 - 1907)
III:A16:27
ZAMBOANGA CHURCH (1900(1900-) III:A3:107
ZAMBOANGA GENERAL HOSPITAL I:183:44
ZAMBOANGA HARBOR (1900(1900 -) III:A3:105
ZAMBOANGA HIGH SCHOOL I:183:42
ZAMBOANGA NATIVES (1900(1900 -) III:A3:106
ZAMBOANGA NEAR PAGADIAN (1939)
I:183:61I:183:61-62
ZAMBOANGA PLAZA (POSTCARD)
(POSTCARD)
III:A22:119
ZAMBOANGA PROVINCIAL CAPITOL
I:183:47
ZAMBOANGA SCENE (1922) I:73:12I:73:12- 13
ZAMBOANGA STREET SCENE V:5:8
ZAMBOANGA WHARF I:122:58; I:183:27,
48, 68
ZAMBOANGA WHARF (1900) V:14:31
ZAMBOANGA, KABASALAN (1939)
I:183:63
ZAMBOANGA, MINDANAO (1900)
I:122:35I:122:35-36; I:183:18, 2424 -26, 646466
ZAMBOANGA, MINDANAO (RUINS)
I:120:14I:120:14-15
ZAMBOANGA, SEIZURE OF I:170:7
ZAMBOANGA. MORO ENLISTEES
ENLIST EES (PHIL(PHIL-AM
WAR) V:5:25
ZAMBOANGUENA I:51:16
ZAPA, TOMAS WITH LEONARD G. DAWSON
AND ALBAY PROVINCIAL STAFF
(NOVEMBER 1904) V:12:9
ZAPOTE RIVER (1899) I:132:5
ZIGZAG OF THE BENGUET ROAD I:121:43
ZIGZAG ROAD (BENGUET) I:15:2; I:79:1;
I:121:43
ZIGZAG ROAD (POSTCARD) I:15:2
ZIGZAG ROAD, BENGUET (1900(1900-) III:A6:92;
III:A7:5, 21
ZIGZAG, BENGUET (POSTCARD) I:142:34;
I:142:34;
III:A22:78, 135
ZIMMERLY, GARNETT I:166:46
ZOLETA, GLORIA I:66:10
ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, MANILA (POSTCARD)
I:111:10
ZUMWALT, ELMO R. (VICE ADMIRAL) II:60:1II:60:12
PHOTOGRAPHIC COLLECTION, PARTS II-V :
1--V) = 9,179
TOTAL NO. OF POSITIVE PRINTS (PART 1
TOTAL NO. OF NEGATIVE PRINTS (PART IV) = 4,667

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