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Some things Secretary Taft's party will see in the Philippines, July 9, 1905 by John T Pilot, via Flickr

Interesting New York Tribune Newspaper Illustrated Supplement cover page from the early This image is from the US Library of Congress archives.

1905 Duotone Print Igorrotes Igorot Austronesian Philippines Abra Apayao XGQ2

1905 Duotone Print Igorrotes Igorot Austronesian Philippines Abra Apayao XGQ2

This is an original 1905 duotone halftone print of "Igorrotes." The term "Igorot" is the collective name of various Austronesian ethnic groups. During the Spanish colonial era, the word was variously

“Prinsa de Paa” (1906) - - Photo taken in the Philippines. Talk about a serious commitment to ironing!

How Pinoy Iron Clothes?" “Prinsa de Paa” Contrary to popular belief, Filipinos didn’t initially use the European charcoal flat-irons to press their baro and sayas. Instead, they went more traditional with a crude equipment called “prinsa de paa

My brother had one just like this hanging in his bedroom.  Vintage Weapons of Moroland Philippines Wall Panoply by GoodsBayou,

My brother had one just like this hanging in his bedroom. Vintage Weapons of Moroland Philippines Wall Panoply by GoodsBayou,

Igorot Philippines

Igorot Woman Carrying Her Child In A Basket, Baguio, Philippine Islands ca. school Baby wearing, thank goodness for

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