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Memoirs of Victor Buencamino

by Buencamino, Victor Abreu.
Type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Mandaluyong : Jorge B. Vargas Filipiniana Foundation, 1977Edition: 1st ed.Subject(s): Buencamino, Victor Abreu, 1888-1977 | Cabinet officers -- Philippines -- Biography
Contents:
Some secrets of longevity -- The pampered boy of Sagunto Street -- Learning the Palmeta Way -- Dona Ninay "Supot" -- Why I don't go to confession -- Hostages abroad -- Into manhood at Boone's -- Felipe Buencamino the First -- A fair exhibit at the St. Louis Exposition -- The first streaker -- How I got stuck with hogs -- We loved our heroes and our country then -- Earning while learning at Cornell -- A fun tour of Europe on a budget -- The Philippines' greatest contribution to the world of science -- The "father" of veterinary medicine in the Philippines -- A confirmed bachelor falls -- The French connection : circa 1920 -- Guess whose stench : the horse's or mine -- The MacArthurs : like father, like son -- Meet Dr. Schurman of Cornell -- A moment of fulfillment -- As I knew Quezon, the man -- As I knew Quezon, the statesman -- The era of elegance on the dance floor -- Breaking the race barrier -- Eight hours work for eight hours pay -- Enough rice for the masses, enough earnings for the farmer -- On being firm--but fair -- My bullet was a dud -- The hell hole that was Bataan -- Marchers in a snake pit -- The lure of the uniform -- How to lose 40 pounds without even trying -- Listed for liquidation -- A testimonial for President Laurel -- The roof is my grandstand -- My puppy Mana has a premonition -- Two sets a day keep the gerontologist away -- The 50-thousand-peso man - In retrospect -- Index
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Some secrets of longevity -- The pampered boy of Sagunto Street -- Learning the Palmeta Way -- Dona Ninay "Supot" -- Why I don't go to confession -- Hostages abroad -- Into manhood at Boone's -- Felipe Buencamino the First -- A fair exhibit at the St. Louis Exposition -- The first streaker -- How I got stuck with hogs -- We loved our heroes and our country then -- Earning while learning at Cornell -- A fun tour of Europe on a budget -- The Philippines' greatest contribution to the world of science -- The "father" of veterinary medicine in the Philippines -- A confirmed bachelor falls -- The French connection : circa 1920 -- Guess whose stench : the horse's or mine -- The MacArthurs : like father, like son -- Meet Dr. Schurman of Cornell -- A moment of fulfillment -- As I knew Quezon, the man -- As I knew Quezon, the statesman -- The era of elegance on the dance floor -- Breaking the race barrier -- Eight hours work for eight hours pay -- Enough rice for the masses, enough earnings for the farmer -- On being firm--but fair -- My bullet was a dud -- The hell hole that was Bataan -- Marchers in a snake pit -- The lure of the uniform -- How to lose 40 pounds without even trying -- Listed for liquidation -- A testimonial for President Laurel -- The roof is my grandstand -- My puppy Mana has a premonition -- Two sets a day keep the gerontologist away -- The 50-thousand-peso man - In retrospect -- Index

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