Emilio Auginaldo and Manuel Quezon in the Philippine Islands, 1935

Caption   Emilio Auginaldo and Manuel Quezon in the Philippine Islands, 1935 ww2dbase
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Photos at Same Place Philippines
Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 22 Dec 2014

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1. Ken P. Sarmiento says:
18 Dec 2014 04:48:19 PM

I believe this was taken during the May 4, 1935 Presidential Elections, presentation of candidates at the Commonwealth building which later become the Philippine Senate Building. Emilio Aguinaldo & Manuel Quezon ran for the presidency.

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