Manila (Philippines)--Description and travel
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: SC 00851
Scope and Contents
Travel diary of John G. and Verna O. Francis, 1931, describing their sea voyage from New York City to the Philippine Islands, via the Panama Canal, San Fransisco and Hawaii on board of the transport ship US Grant.
Identifier: SC 00848
Scope and Contents Two letters written by H. M. Lewis, a missionary in Sendai, Japan to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Creasy in Roanoke, Virginia in 1932 and 1934 respectively.One letter includes a description of "child life in Japan" that the author suggests might be useful for a Bible class.The second letter consists of a 15 page description titled "The Log" (circulation 120) and describes in detail travels to different places in Asia. Sections are titled: 'Manila', 'Along the China Sea - Hong...
Identifier: 0SC 00097
Scope and Contents Photograph album comprising 15 pages and 61 black and white photographs of various sizes. The photographs are adhered to the stiff heavy paper sheets. Photograph album was created by John Carling, Major and Assistant Surgeon of the 35th United States Volunteer Infantry. It consists of photographs documenting world travels while on board the United States Army Transport Ship, Thomas, around 1901. Descriptions of the photographs and location accompany each...
Identifier: SC 01690
Scope and Contents Assorted but unrelated materials from before, during and immediately after World War I, including a photograph of a young man in military uniform, labeled "Richard Flack"; an envelope addressed to Carlotta Howard; an invoice for stamps bought at the United States Military Academy; and a "Food Conservation Notes" newspaper.There is also a two-page typed letter sent from John J. Miland, Company "E" 13th Infantry, Manila, Philippines to Captain Charles N. Murphy. Captain Murphy was...