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BLAS AUSINA PI, PHILIPPINES, CAR

BLAS AUSINA PI, PHILIPPINES, CAR

This photograph was taken in the Philippines around 1905 or 1910. My grandfather Blas Ausina Pi, from Valencia, Spain, fruit merchant, sits behind the driver, wearing a moustache and a panama hat. I would like to know who the other men were. They could be Spaniards, Englishmen or Americans. Does anyone recognize a face?

BLAS AUSINA PI IN MANILA

BLAS AUSINA PI IN MANILA

This photograph was taken in Manila, Philippines, around 1905. My grandfather Blas Ausina Pi from Valencia, Spain, fruit merchant, is the third from above (a man leans his forearm on his back, another man points at him with his thumb). I would like to know who the other persons were. They were Philippinos, Spaniards and probably Englishmen or Americans. Does anyone recognize someone?

Isabelo and Norma

Isabelo and Norma

This is the earliest known photograph (early 1960's) of my late parents: Isabelo Tinio Crisostomo of Tikiw, Nueva Ecija, Philippines, and Norma Fontanilla Fortes of Manila, Philippines.

Juan Fortes of Manila, Philippines, and his family

Juan Fortes of Manila, Philippines, and his family

This is the earliest known family photograph of Juan Fortes of Manila, Philippines, taken in the mid-1950's.

Norma Fontanilla Fortes of Manila, Philippines

Norma Fontanilla Fortes of Manila, Philippines

Earliest known picture of my late mother, Norma Fontanilla Fortes (1934-2004) of Manila, Philippines, taken in the early 1950's

Ramon Houston

Ramon Houston

Ramon Houston graduated from Grove City High School, and received a Bachelor of Science degree from Grove City College in 1923.

The 1923 Ouija yearbook said this about Ramon:

"'Red' was born in Nasabou, Palangas Province, Luzon Island, Philippines. As a minor detail, one might add that he first saw the light of day under a cocoanut tree, and, to quote his own words, 'has been cracked ever since.' Then, too, he has the distinction of having been out with more girls less times than any other man in school."

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