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Portrait of Manuel Quezon, date unknownEmilio Auginaldo and Manuel Quezon in the Philippine Islands, 1935
Portrait of Manuel Quezon, date unknownEmilio Auginaldo and Manuel Quezon in the Philippine Islands, 1935
First inauguration of Philippine Commonwealth President Manuel Quezon, Legislative Building, Manila, Philippine Islands, 15 Nov 1935Manuel Quezon climbing the stairs of Malacañang Palace for the first time as the president, Manila, Philippine Islands, 15 Nov 1935
First inauguration of Philippine Commonwealth President Manuel Quezon, Legislative Building, Manila, Philippine Islands, 15 Nov 1935Manuel Quezon climbing the stairs of Malacañang Palace for the first time as the president, Manila, Philippine Islands, 15 Nov 1935
Official signing ceremony of the Charter of Zamboanga City, Mindanao island, Philippine Islands, 12 Oct 1936C. A. Dewitt and Manuel Quezon, date unknown
Official signing ceremony of the Charter of Zamboanga City, Mindanao island, Philippine Islands, 12 Oct 1936C. A. Dewitt and Manuel Quezon, date unknown
Manuel Quezon giving a radio address regarding woman suffrage and speeding up the Philippine independence timeline, Washington DC, United States, 5 Apr 1937, photo 1 of 2Manuel Quezon giving a radio address regarding woman suffrage and speeding up the Philippine independence timeline, Washington DC, United States, 5 Apr 1937, photo 2 of 2
Manuel Quezon giving a radio address regarding woman suffrage and speeding up the Philippine independence timeline, Washington DC, United States, 5 Apr 1937, photo 1 of 2Manuel Quezon giving a radio address regarding woman suffrage and speeding up the Philippine independence timeline, Washington DC, United States, 5 Apr 1937, photo 2 of 2
Philippine President Manuel Quezon and US High Commissioner Paul McNutt, 1938Admiral Thomas C. Hart, Philippine President Manuel Quezon, and future US Congresswoman Clare Boothe Luce, Oct 1941
Philippine President Manuel Quezon and US High Commissioner Paul McNutt, 1938Admiral Thomas C. Hart, Philippine President Manuel Quezon, and future US Congresswoman Clare Boothe Luce, Oct 1941
Walter Nash, Lord Halifax, Song Ziwen, Alexander Loudon, and Manuel Quezon with Franklin Roosevelt, Washington DC, United States, 1 Jan 1942President Manuel Quezon (with family) and President Franklin Roosevelt (with Captain John McCrea), Washington DC, United States, 13 May 1942
Walter Nash, Lord Halifax, Song Ziwen, Alexander Loudon, and Manuel Quezon with Franklin Roosevelt, Washington DC, United States, 1 Jan 1942President Manuel Quezon (with family) and President Franklin Roosevelt (with Captain John McCrea), Washington DC, United States, 13 May 1942
Francisco Castillo Najera, Franklin Roosevelt, Manuel Quezon, Cordell Hull, and other Allied leaders at the White House, Washington DC, United States, Jul 1942Portrait of President Manuel Quezon, Nov 1942
Francisco Castillo Najera, Franklin Roosevelt, Manuel Quezon, Cordell Hull, and other Allied leaders at the White House, Washington DC, United States, Jul 1942Portrait of President Manuel Quezon, Nov 1942
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