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Ilocos schoolteachers

Statement of responsibility: E.C. Arellano
by Arellano, E.C.
Type: materialTypeLabelVisual materialSubject(s): 1696 | Public schools | Baguio | 1921 | abra | baguio | benguet | Camilo Osias | commonwealth | costumes | Department of Public Instruction | ilocos norte | ilocos sur | la union | luther parker | may 1921 | national library | northern luzon | public schools | senator | teacher training | teacher training | teachers'' camp | third republicOnline resources: View photo (midsize) | View photo (thumbnail) | View in Retrato website General Note(s):
Teachers from various public schools in the Ilocos region, including Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, Abra and La Union, pose for a souvenir photo in front of a cottage in Teachers'' Camp, Baguio. Camilo Osias--sixth from left, front row--would later become a senator of the Comomonwealth and the Third RepublicCollection: Luther Parker Collection, National LibraryImage type: Reproduction: Photograph List(s) this item appears in: Education (American period)
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Teachers from various public schools in the Ilocos region, including Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, Abra and La Union, pose for a souvenir photo in front of a cottage in Teachers'' Camp, Baguio. Camilo Osias--sixth from left, front row--would later become a senator of the Comomonwealth and the Third Republic.

Photo by E.C. Arellano Baguio, 5/3/21Caption Note)

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