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Manila, Queen of the Pacific
Description: A Tour of Manila, Philippines in the 1930s

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Clip #: TFA-30A
Length: 10:51
Year: 1938
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1930s
Filmmaker: Andre de la Varre
Region: Far East
Country: Philippines
City: Manila
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
Manila Bay, ships, ocean liners, Pasig River, American flag, Philippine flag, casco flat bottom boats on canal, families, wash hanging on line, man bathing, Intramuros walled city, filled in moat now a drill ground, American troops with rifles marching in formation, doing drill manuvers, royal gate, Manila aquarium, Parian gate, street of shops, Quiapo district, cars, horse drawn carriages, Franciscan Church, women wearing bodice made of pinapple plants, McKinley Square, Cathedral, Tondo district, pan across buildings, streetcar, Divisoria, Recto Avenue traffic, Escolta, principal business street, Rizal Avenue, Avenida Rizal arcaded sidewalk, pedestrians, market, baskets, large pots, hats, nuns, calesas horse drawn carriages, carromatas, caretelas carabao oxen pulling a cart, traffic policeman in pith helmet, horse drawn bus, Jones bridge, post office, Burgos Drive, Legislative Building, golf course, Manila Hotel, Ermita, University of the Philippines, American City, Dewey Boulevard, mansions, American High Commission, home of President of Philippine Commonwealth,


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