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Presidential Museum and Library, Malacañan Palace

The Presidential Museum and Library is the primary office within the Office of the President responsible for preserving, managing, and promoting the history and heritage of the Philippine Presidency, and particularly of Malacañan Palace as its official seat. It is the principal historical and artistic repository in support of the institution of the Presidency and for the benefit of the Republic and the Filipino people.



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Early uniforms of the Filipino revolutionaries were inspired by the Spanish  Guayabera  and  Guerrera ; some were stolen uniforms from captive Spanish troops. Army ranks were shown on the cuffs on sleeves of the uniforms, similar to Spanish . Upon the establishment of the Philippine Revolutionary Government and its Department of War on June 23, 1898, [1]  the uniforms issued by the army of Emilio Aguinaldo’s government were only made from available materials at the time. Uniform designs...
Topics: Infographic, First Republic, Philippine Army, PCDSPO
President Manuel L. Quezon Collection
President Manuel L. Quezon Collection
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The President Manuel L. Quezon collection is a library of important books, papers, letters and memoirs covering the life of President Quezon, his family, and the Commonwealth era.
Basilio J. Valdes Digitized Collection
Basilio J. Valdes Digitized Collection
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The Basilio J. Valdes Digitized Collection is a library of important papers, letters and memoirs covering the Commonwealth, World War II, and Post-War eras of the Philippines. President Manuel L. Quezon designated Major Valdes as Chief of Staff through Executive Order No. 179. Before the Commonwealth government withdrew to Corregidor, Valdes was also made a member of President Quezon’s War Cabinet on December 24, 1941, serving as Secretary of Defense, Public Works, Communications and Labor...
Topics: basilio valdes, philippine history
Presidential Museum and Library, Malacañan Palace
by Bureau of Local Government
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Symbols of The State Republic of The Philippines
Topics: Symbols, Seals, Coat of Arms
The Philippine Revolution And Beyond ( Volume II) Edited By Elmer A. Ordoñez
Topic: Philippine Revolution
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The Philippine Revolution And Beyond ( Volume I)
Topic: Philippine Revolution
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Bagong Pagsilang was the hymn of President Ferdinand E. Marcos’ Bagong Lipunan. It was composed by Felipe de Leon Sr. and its lyrics written by Levi Celerio.
Topic: Levi Celerio
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Transcript of the proceedings and debates of the Constitutional Commission of 1986
Topic: Constitutional Commission
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By The Philippine Constabulary Choral Ensemble With Band Accompaniment
Topic: audio
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This directory includes profiles of several notable professionals and officials from Batangas; and commercial, social, industrial and agricultural information.
Topic: Directory
Presidential Museum and Library, Malacañan Palace
by Malacañang Protocol Office
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This is the roster of recipients of the Honors Code of the Philippines that includes the Quezon Service Cross, Order of Lakandula, Order of Sikatuna, Philippine Legion of Honor, Order of National Artists, Order of National Scientists, among others. More about  Executive Order No. 236, s. 2003 .
Topics: Roster, Presidential Awards, Honors Code of the Philippines
President Manuel L. Quezon Collection
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This book is a compilation of newspaper clippings from various newspapers such as El Tiempo, Mabuhay, Herald, La Vanguardia, and Tribune among others.
Topics: clippings, Manuel L. Quezon
President Manuel L. Quezon Collection
by Miguel R. Cornejo
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The Republic Magazine and Directory Vol. 1 Devoted to the promotion of economic, social, political and educational interests of the Philippines and her relations with foreign countries.
Topics: Manuel L. Quezon, Sergio Osmena, Manuel Roxas
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Transcript of the proceedings of the Constitutional Commission of 1986
Topic: Constitutional Commission
Presidential Museum and Library, Malacañan Palace
by Fact Finding Commission
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1990 Report Fact Finding Commission
Topic: Corazon C. Aquino
Presidential Museum and Library, Malacañan Palace
by Department of Information, Imperial Japanese Army
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Ano ang Kalibapi (What is Kalibapi) 
Topic: Second Republic
President Manuel L. Quezon Collection
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This book is about the life of President Manuel L. Quezon written by himself. Its introduction was written by General Douglas MacArthur.
Topics: Manuel L. Quezon, Autobiography, Autobiography
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In this book are the pictures of and biographies of over one hundred Chinese residents in the Philippines. The author has endeavored to include human representative types of Chinese businessmen of the old as well as the young generation, who have been, and are contributing very much to the economic and industrial development of this country. Please use the citation below: Lim R. C. (1930). Who's Who in the Philippines (Chinese Edition). Retrieved from...
Topic: chinese
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The Framing Of The Philippine Constitution  Jose M. Aruego
Topic: constitution
This document is a compilation of selected quotations from the speeches delivered by President Manuel L. Quezon. The themes of his messages covered national defense, economic development, education, democracy, character, and patriotism.
Topics: Manuel L. Quezon, Quotations
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Transcript of the proceedings of the Constitutional Commission of 1986
Topic: Constitutional Commission
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Transcript of the proceedings of the Constitutional Commission of 1986
Topic: Constitutional Commission
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This document is a 1952 annual report of Philippine Oil Development Company under the administration of Pres. Elpidio Quirino. It includes report on drilling operations such as report of Mr. E. F. Richards, President of Kern Drilling Corporation, Mr. Benjamin Daleon, his report on the Panay operation, report from the Petroleum Technologists Inc. regarding the analysis performed on three of the core samples from hole in Panay.
Topic: Annual Report
Address of President Roxas on the Parity Questions at the University of the Philippines
Topics: audio, Manuel Roxas
By The Philippine Constabulary Band
Topic: audio
The January 1944 issue of Philippines Magazine features the speech delivered by President Manuel L. Quezon before the Herald Tribune forum in New York, Carlos P. Romulo’s I Am a Filipino, and Filipinos in the U.S. Armed Forces by James G. Wingo, among others.
Topic: Magazines
This book is a compilation of newspaper clippings from various newspapers such as El Tiempo, Mabuhay, Herald, La Vanguardia, and Tribune among others.
Topics: clippings, Manuel L. Quezon
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by C2C Kashmere Arpa
Topic: audio
This title is a compilation of important documents on the declaration of Martial Law, statement of President Ferdinand E. Marcos, and the content of Proclamation No. 1081. Also, it contains general orders, letters of instructions, and presidential decrees related/relevant to the declaration of Martial Law in the Philippines.
Topics: Martial Law, Ferdinand Marcos
Presidential Museum and Library, Malacañan Palace
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Part 1 of Manila Free Philippines, a collection of newspapers during World War II
Topics: newspapers, clippings, World War II
This biographical book of Pres. Manuel L. Quezon written by Sol H. Gwekoh and published in 1948 by University Publishing Co.,contains information on his personal life,career, political life and his achievements. This biography is a product of extensive research and many interviews the author had with friends and associates, and even “enemies” of Quezon. Also, in this book are incorporated materials contained in author’s earlier books in the same subject.
Topics: Manuel L. Quezon, autobiography
From The Marching Songs of Raul Manglapus.
Topics: audio, Ramon Magsaysay
Mga Awitin at Tugtugin ng Pilipinas sa Bagong Lipunan
Topic: audio
Presidential Museum and Library, Malacañan Palace
by Foreign Service Institute
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Diplomatic Relations 
Topics: Diplomatic Relations, Elpidio Quirino, Carlos P. Garcia, Ramon Magsaysay, Ferdinand Marcos,...
This book is a compilation of newspaper clippings from various newspapers such as El Tiempo, Mabuhay, Herald, La Vanguardia, and Tribune among others.
Topics: clippings, Manuel L. Quezon
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Transcript of the proceedings of the Constitutional Commission of 1986
Topic: Constitutional Commission
by The Philippine Constabulary Choral Ensemble With Band Accompaniment
Topic: audio
President Manuel L. Quezon Collection
by Quezon Memorial Commitee
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This document contains the 1978 centennial souvenir program in honor of the late President Manuel L. Quezon. It includes red-letter days in Quezon’s life,quotes from his inaugural address, and photos from MLQ photo gallery among others.
Topics: souvenir program, Manuel L. Quezon
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This document contains the pre-war encyclopedic directory of the Philippines. Formerly known as Cornejo’s Philippine Directory. Also, it contains a historical account of the Philippines from pre-Spanish period; state documents, inaugural addresses and speeches of American and Filipino statesmen; and opinion and press statements of military and naval authorities, politicians, economists, educators, and writers on Philippine affairs, among others.
Topics: Commonwealth, directories
This book covers the story of the Philippines in its first year as a republic. It includes a record of the accomplishments of the executive as well as of other government agencies.
Topics: Third Republic, Manuel Roxas
President Manuel L. Quezon Collection
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This book is a compilation of newspaper clippings from various newspapers such as El Tiempo, Mabuhay, Herald, La Vanguardia, and Tribune among others.
Topics: clippings, Manuel L. Quezon
This book is a compilation of newspaper clippings from various newspapers such as El Tiempo, Mabuhay, Herald, La Vanguardia, and Tribune among others.
Topics: Philippine Press Clippings, Clippings
President Manuel L. Quezon Collection
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Newspaper clippings on the Huk Ambush of Aurora Quezon, Baby Quezon, Felipe Buencamino III 
Topic: Manuel L. Quezon
Presidential Museum and Library, Malacañan Palace
by The National Historical Institute
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The Malolos Congress A Centennial publication on the inauguration of the Philippine Republic (January 23, 1899 - January 3, 1999)
Topic: Malolos Congress
Presidential Museum and Library, Malacañan Palace
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1986 Snap Election Campaign Ads
Topics: audio, Ferdinand E. Marcos, Corazon C. Aquino
President Manuel L. Quezon Collection
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Manuel Luis Quezon on his Centenary  by Alfredo Saulo Biographer of Jorge B. Vargas, Felipe Agoncillo, Norberto Romualdez, Manuel Roxas, and Bienvenido M. Gonzalez. Published by The National Science Development Board (c) 1978
Topics: Manuel L. Quezon, Commonwealth, World War II
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Philippine Magazine, Vol. XXXIV 
Topics: Philippine Magazine, magazines
President Manuel L. Quezon Collection
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Newspaper clippings on the Huk Ambush of Aurora Quezon, Baby Quezon and Felipe Buencamino III.
Topics: Manuel L. Quezon, Aurora Quezon, Scrapbook
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This document contains a digitized compilation of several issues of the Los Angeles Examiner collected by Doña Aurora Aragon Quezon that feature a series of articles telling the story of General Jonathan Mayhew Wainwright from the Japanese occupation of the Philippines.
Topics: newspapers, Jonathan Wainwright
This book is a compilation of newspaper clippings from various newspapers such as El Tiempo, Mabuhay, Herald, La Vanguardia, and Tribune among others.
Topics: clippings, Manuel L. Quezon
ROXAS: The Story of a Great Filipino and of the Political Era in which he lived by Marcial Lichauco
Topics: Manuel Roxas, biography
Letters from Acting Post-Office Inspector Benedicto Cunanan to Secretary of National Defense and Communications Major General Basilio Valdes on the opening of post offices in the Province of Leyte
Topics: Basilio Valdes, World War II, Leyte, official papers, letters, Secretary of National Defense and...
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This document features various newspapers collected by First Lady Aurora Aragon Quezon, wife of First President of the Commonwealth of the Philippines Manuel L. Quezon, from 1942 to 1945. These newspapers include the Philadelphia Record, the New York Times, the Los Angeles-based Philippines Star Press, the Philippines News Herald (also based in Los Angeles), the Times Herald (Vallejo, California), the Philippines Mail (Salinas, California), the Philippines Bataan Herald (Delano, California),...
Topic: newspapers
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By The Philippine Constabulary Band
Topic: audio
This book is a compilation of newspaper clippings from various newspapers such as El Tiempo, Mabuhay, Herald, La Vanguardia, and Tribune among others
Topic: Philippine Press Clippings
This book is a compilation of newspaper clippings from various newspapers such as El Tiempo, Mabuhay, Herald, La Vanguardia, and Tribune among others.
Topics: clippings, Manuel L. Quezon
Assorted correspondence pertaining to the delivery of postage stamps and the restoration of the postal service in Leyte in 1945
Topics: Basilio Valdes, Secretary of National Defense and Communications, World War II, leyte, official...
Presidential Museum and Library, Malacañan Palace
by Esperanza B. Gatbonton
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Bastion de San Diego is located on the southern tip of  Manila's walled fortification. 
Topics: Intramuros, excavation
Presidential Museum and Library, Malacañan Palace
by Claro M. Recto
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The issue of political collaboration in the Philippines
Topics: Claro M. Recto, Japanese Occupation
President Manuel L. Quezon Collection
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This vol.1 no. 10 issue of “The Quezonian Review” magazine contains documents on The Huks and Dr. Laurel collaborations etc., profiles of Quezon and Osmeña, articles about chaos in Pampanga and features on history, arts, and fashion.
Topics: Manuel L. Quezon, magazines
Statement of President Manuel Roxas on the signing of agreement on US Military Bases, March 14, 1947
Topics: audio, Manuel Roxas
Official Program of the Inauguration of President Diosdado Macapagal
Topics: Diosdado Macapagal, Emmanuel Pelaez, Inauguration
Philippines Magazine Volume 1, 1941(Complete)
Topic: Magazine
President Manuel L. Quezon Collection
by Carlos Quirino
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Quezon Man Of Destiny
Topic: Manuel L. Quezon
Official Program of the Inauguration of President Ramon Magsaysay
Topics: Ramon Magsaysay, Carlos P. Garcia
Proclamation of General Douglas MacArthur providing for military measures to be taken upon the apprehension of citizens of the Philippines who voluntarily have given aid, comfort and sustenance to the enemy
Topics: Basilio Valdes, World War II, Military, official papers
This December 1940 issue of the Philippines Magazine includes a brief profile of personalities such as Paul V. McNutt, Leo Kocialkowski, Harry B. Hawes, Francisco Varona, Pilar N. Ravelo, Joaquin M. Elizalde, and Maj Gen. James G. Harbord; message of President Manuel L. Quezon on the Philippine Commonwealth; speech on independence and economics by former finance minister Manuel Roxas.
Topic: Magazine
Presidential Museum and Library, Malacañan Palace
by Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office
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This book honors a dedicated public servant, in the hope that his life and career will serve as an inspiration and challenge to the Jesse M. Robredos of the future. Just as the death of Ninoy Aquino inspired Jesse to enter public life, we hope that Jesse's story, and the manner in which the nation came together to pay tribute to him, will inspire future generations to pursue what has memorably come to be known as tsinelas leadership.  The Committee on Funeral Arrangements and Burial of the...
Topics: Jesse M. Robredo, Memorial Book
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This booklet includes major speeches delivered by the presidential candidates, President Elpidio Quirino, and former Defense Secretary Ramon Magsaysay at the University of the East.
Topics: University of The East, Ramon Magsaysay, Elpidio Quirino
President Manuel L. Quezon Collection
by Sol H. Gwekoh
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Aurora Quezon Life and Deeds by Sol H. Gwekoh
Topics: Aurora Quezon, Manuel L. Quezon
Bagong Pagsilang By The Philippine Constabulary Choral Ensemble With Band Accompaniment
Topic: audio
President Manuel L. Quezon Collection
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The "Collectivista March" was composed by Lt. Col. Walter H. Loving for President Manuel L. Quezon in 1922, the period when President Quezon split the Nacionalista Party and formed the Partido Collectivista Liberal. During the war against the Japanese, the march was adapted as a wartime song of the Hukbalahap.
Topics: audio, Manuel L. Quezon, Hukbalahap
This issue of the Philippines Magazine includes speech of President Manuel L. Quezon on Philippine loyalty and articles on Philippine trade, Manuel Roxas and Manila’s position in a changing Asia among other
Topic: Magazine
The Marching Songs of Raul Manglapus
Topic: audio
Mabuhay (Rondalla)
Topic: audio