Mikasa garden club silk bouquet
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Mikasa Garden Club Silk Bouquet
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Army and Navy Club, Rizal Monument, Luneta Park, Luneta Hotel, Intramuros, Legislative Building, Manila, Philippines, 1931
Army and Navy Club foreground left, Rizal Monument middle left, Luneta Park, Luneta Hotel middle right, Intramuros upper left, Legislative building upper right, Manila, Philippines, 1931
On the back is:
Dec/26/1968 (AP Newsfeature Photo)
(for use Sunday, January 12, 1969, with Amadis Ma. Guerrero’s Manila APN story on the Army and Navy Club)
The U. S. Army and Navy Club has graced the shores of Manila Bay, in the Philippines, for over 60 years -- this aerial view shows it as it was in 1931. The land on which it stands was sold to the club in 1918, subject to the condition that it could be bought back, for public use after 50 years. Notice has been served that Manila wishes to exercise this right -- which the present American owners are challenging strongly.
the nature club meeting: 1977?
I was in fourth or fifth grade here. This was one of the two parent meetings of The Nature Club. We were a small group but did manage to raise about $2.65 in two years of member donations. We studied rocks and minerals and did a clean-up of Red Rocks Park. I'm not sure what else we did but I enjoyed making little membership cards and information packets about nature-related topics. Most of my inspiration came from reading Ranger Rick and National Wildlife magazines. I don't know if it's visible, but the chalkboard behind me shows a sun setting over a body of water and above the sun the word Nature. The whole thing is done in various different colors. Ahhh....those were the days.
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