Microfiche. Jakarta : Library of Congress Office ; Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1995. 2 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.
|Contributions||Philippine Carnival Association.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 94/82084 (G)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||144|
|LC Control Number||94944994|
, English, Book, Illustrated, Microform edition: Manila Carnival Commercial and Industrial Fair [microform]: a recreation center, February 12 to 27, Get this edition User activity. Through its industrial and commercial fair, the Manila. Carnival has- proven to be a great factor in the economic development and social uplift of the Philippines. The varied exhibits typifying the agricultural and industrial potentialities of this country make the curious pleasure-seekers conscious that this is really a land of untold. One of the things that the Americans colonists were good at: Public Relations. Within 10 years of winning the islands of the Philippines from the Spanish, they started an annual Manila Carnival that was somewhat based on a typical American State Fair. It featured the best of Agriculture, Industry, and Business. It had rides and games and Author: John Falch. , MANILA CARNIVAL WELCOME TO THE FAIR. The Manila Carnival, a Commercial and Industrial Fair that brought together the best that the Philippines could offer--from agricultural produce to manufactured goods and services. The edition of the Manila Carnival was one of the most documented among the Carnivals of the year’s past.
MANILA CARNIVAL COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL FAIR FEBRUARY 16TH TO MARCH 3RD An Invitation To our Policyholders! While in Manila for the Carnival we suggest you visit us and have our Medical Department give you the Annual Free Medical Exam-ination to which all Filipinas Policyholders are entitledCome any week day between A. M. or Held from , the 2-week fair was organized as a goodwill event to celebrate harmonious U.S.-Philippine relations and to showcase our commercial, industrial and agricultural progress. Spectacular parades, lavish shows, firework displays and the crowning of the Manila Carnival Queen highlighted the "greatest annual event in the Orient". A colorful Manila Carnival poster, printed on the front cover of The Sunday Tribune Magazine, possibly drawn by renown artist, Fernando Amorsolo. The Manila Carnival Commercial and Industrial Fair was held from February , climaxed by the coronation of the Miss Philippines, Engracia Laconico. The Manila Carnival and Industrial Fair was held from February , headed by the President of the Commonwealth, Manuel L. Quezon (L), with the Governor General of the Philippine Islands, Leonard Wood named as honorary president. Arsenio Luz (R) was the Director-General. The premise of this year’s carnival was that “it is more than a fun and folly fiesta.
(Taken from the Manila Carnival Commercial and Industrial Fair Program, 27 January February ) All is set for the Carnival. With things beginning to look rosy in the business horizon, we look forward to a successful reign of Billiken in the Carnival City, both in point of attendance and in the variety of attractions in the big show. THE COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL FAIR SECTION OF THE MANILA CARNIVAL WHERE THE PRODUCTS, INDUSTRIES AND RESOURCES OF THE PHILIPPINES ARE DISPLAYED TO THE THOUSANDS THAT DAILY VISIT THE FAIR COMMERCIAL. HANDBOOK Legaspi Press, Oral. Manila Paper Bag Mfg., zondo CIioel Tieng, Gandara Chua , Nueva Chua Kiang, . As the biggest and longest running book fair in the Philippines, The Manila International Book Fair (MIBF) is the prime venue for B2B and B2C events of the printed and digital content industry as well as allied industries such as stationery and other multimedia publishing. MIBF provides an avenue for foreign and local publishers, distributors, booksellers, agents, authors and. Manila Carnival was an annual carnival festival held in Manila during the early American colonial period up to the time before the Second World was organized by the American colonial administration to celebrate harmonious US and Philippine Carnival also showcased the commercial, industrial and agricultural progress of the Philippines.