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109 items in this album on 6 pages.

Clarke, Hamamoto, Yamashita, Hendricks, and Guy, at YamashitaPT-221 and PT-222, Higgins 78-foot motor torpedo boats, along with many other PT Boats being stripped of their parts before their hulls were burned, Samar, Philippines, Nov 1945.
Clarke, Hamamoto, Yamashita, Hendricks, and Guy, at Yamashita's arraignment, Manila, Philippines, 8 Oct 1945PT-221 and PT-222, Higgins 78-foot motor torpedo boats, along with many other PT Boats being stripped of their parts before their hulls were burned, Samar, Philippines, Nov 1945.
Inauguration ceremony of President Ramón Magsaysay and Vice President Carlos Garcia, Independence Grandstand (now Quirino Grandstand), Rizal Park, Manila, Philippines, 30 Dec 1953Luz Magsaysay, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Ramón Magsaysay in Manila, Philippines, 26 Aug 1955
Inauguration ceremony of President Ramón Magsaysay and Vice President Carlos Garcia, Independence Grandstand (now Quirino Grandstand), Rizal Park, Manila, Philippines, 30 Dec 1953Luz Magsaysay, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Ramón Magsaysay in Manila, Philippines, 26 Aug 1955
Sergio Osmeña, Ramón Magsaysay, and others, 16 Mar 1957Men working at the crash site of the Philippine C-47 presidential transport aircraft (which had killed President Ramón Magsaysay), Balamban, Cebu, Philippines, 17 Mar 1957
Sergio Osmeña, Ramón Magsaysay, and others, 16 Mar 1957Men working at the crash site of the Philippine C-47 presidential transport aircraft (which had killed President Ramón Magsaysay), Balamban, Cebu, Philippines, 17 Mar 1957
The Philippine Campaign officially came to a close when Imperial Japanese Army Lieutenant Hiroo Onoda was relieved of duty by Major Yoshimi Taniguchi on Lubang Island, Philippines, Mar 1974 – after 30 years in the hills.USNS Spica in drydock, Ship Repair Facility Subic Bay, Philippines, 1 Jan 1987; note USS Proteus tending two submarines
The Philippine Campaign officially came to a close when Imperial Japanese Army Lieutenant Hiroo Onoda was relieved of duty by Major Yoshimi Taniguchi on Lubang Island, Philippines, Mar 1974 – after 30 years in the hills.USNS Spica in drydock, Ship Repair Facility Subic Bay, Philippines, 1 Jan 1987; note USS Proteus tending two submarines
Entrance of the Malinta Tunnel, Corregidor, Philippines, Oct 2007
Entrance of the Malinta Tunnel, Corregidor, Philippines, Oct 2007

109 items in this album on 6 pages.



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