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The Howard T. Fry Papers

Scope and Content Notes

The UP Baguio Cordillera/Northern Luzon Archives received the Howard Fry collection in August 2008.  Prior to this date, on June 20, 2008, UP President Emerlinda Roman and UP Baguio Chancellor Priscilla Macansantos accepted the Fry collection in a symbolic turnover at UP Diliman, with the participation of Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Edgardo V. Espiritu and members of the UP Baguio Executive Staff.  A formal launch of the collection was held on September 2, 2008 in UP Baguio.

Fry’s papers include his dissertation, published works and notes.  The papers are contained in eight (8) boxes.

Biographical Note

Dr. Howard T. Fry was educated at Pembroke College, Cambridge University, where he won an organ scholarship in 1938.  His studies were interrupted by the Second World War, in which he served first in the Army, and then as a pilot in the Royal Air Force.  Completing his studies at Cambridge after the war, he spent several years as a school-master, and for a while, returned to the Royal Air Force as a flying instructor.

In 1963, he returned to Cambridge University to study for a Ph.D.  Dr. Fry developed interest in the Philippines when he was pursuing research on the English East India Company with Alexander Dalrymple at the helm.  This would later become the subject of his dissertation.

In 1968, Dr. Fry joined the History Department of James Cook University of North Queensland, Australia, where his interest in Southeast Asia and the Philippines was further strengthened.  At James Cook University he was asked to organize a program of Southeast Asian historical studies.  He there upon made the study of Philippine history one of his own fields of specialization, and James Cook University became the only university in Australia to make the study of Philippine history a top priority in its Southeast Asian program.

In the seventies he spent time at the Notre Dame de Jolo.  During his visits to the Philippines, he traveled to the Cordillera where he met his wife Georgiana Caoili Alipio.  Dr. Fry acknowledges Giana for introducing him “to part of the Cordillera Central.”

Source:

Fry, Howard. A History of the Mountain Province. Rev. ed. Quezon City : New Day, c2006.

Florendo, Maria Nela B.  “Howard Fry Collection Finds a Home in UP Baguio.”  Ti Similla.  August 2008. pp. 1-2.

Box List

Box 1

  •  Alexander Dalrymple (Dissertation submitted for the degree of Ph.D. in the University of Cambridge)
  •  Alexander Dalrymple and Captain Cook : the Creative Interplay of Two Careers,  pp. 41-57, 236-240.
  •  Alexander Dalrymple and New Guinea.  The Journal of Pacific History, pp. 83-104
  • American Colonial Views on the Philippines’ Place in the World : A Selection of Documents.  Kabar Seberang : Sulating Maphilindo.  1978, no.3 (January), pp. 1-9.
  • The Bacon Bill of 1926 : New Light on an Exercise in Divide-and Rule.  Philippine Studies, vol. 26, 1978, pp. 257-273.
  • The Breakdown of the American Democratic Experiment in the Philippines : An Historical Analysis of a Crisis in Modernization.  Australian Journal of Politics and History, vol.23, no.3, Dec. 1977, pp. 383-402.
  • The Commercial Ambitions Behind Captain Cook’s Last Voyage.  The New Zealand Journal of History, vol. 7, no.2, October 1973, pp. 186-191.
  • The Eastern Passage and its Impact on Spanish Policy in the Philippines, 1758-1790.  Philippine Studies, vol. 33 (1985), pp. 3-21.
  • The United States’ Acquisition of its Insular Possessions : an Emerging Colonial Policy as Seen Through the Correspondence of Henry Cabot Lodge (1898-1900) : Selection and Introductory Notes.  Kabar Seberang, no. 12, 1983, pp. 15-29.

Box 2

  • China & Japan
  • Commonwealth Gov’t
  • Congressional Hearings, 1924, 1928
  • Correspondence, 1909-1914
  • Correspondence 1912-16
  • Correspondence 1925-1928
  • David P. Barrows
  • Dean C. Worcester
  • Defence of P.I.

Box 3

  • Economic Readjustments 1935-1937
  • Economic Readjustments, 1938-41
  • Fairfield Bill, 1923
  • Correspondence 1906-1913 Forbes
  • Forbes Correspondence 1913-1920
  • Forbes Mss. 1921

Box 4

  • Forbes Mss. 1922-1927 (Aug.)
  • Forbes Mss. 1927 (Sept)-1933 (March)
  • Forbes Mss. 1933 (April)-1946
  • Forbes  Philippine Islands—Value in U.S., Status of, & Indep Mov’t
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt
  • Harrison
  • Harrison Mss. Correspondence 1917-1920
  • Harrison Mss. Correspondence 1921-1930
  • Hoover-Background
  • Hoover 2(Label supplied)
  • Hoover Mss. 1 (Label Supplied)
  • Hoover Mss. 2 (Label Supplied)
  • Japan
  • Japan
  • Japan, USA, and the Philippines
  • Jones Bill
  • Katherine Mayo (Label Supplied)
  • Manila Merchants Assn  1911 Banquet Speeches

Box 5

  • Mindanao & Sulu
  • Mindanao, the Moros and the N.C.T.s
  • Miscellaneous Notes
  • Moros and other N.C.T.s
  • Philippine Constitution of 1935 and Subsequent Amendments
  • Philippine Independence
  • Philippine Independence Wood Mss.

Box 6

  • Philippine Independence 1930-1933 II
  • Philippine Independence-Economic Factors
  • Philippine Islands General Conditions, 1928-1932
  • Philippine Islands—Status & Independence Campaign

Box 7

1.   Quezon

  • Quezon General Correspondence March 1912-11 July 1913
  • Quezon General Correspondence 21 July 1913-27 June 1914
  • Quezon General Correspondence 10 July 1914-21 Dec. 1914
  • Quezon General Correspondence 27 Dec. 1914-9 June 1916
  • Quezon General Correspondence 12 June 1916-20 (June?) 1918
  • Quezon Correspondence, 1921-25
  • Quezon Notes
  • Rubber Crisis in U.S., 1923-31 Possibilities in Mindanao

Box 8

  • Status or Independence of Philippine Islands
  • U.S. Economic and Strategic Interests in the P.I., Far East and Pacific
  • U.S. High Commissioners 1935
  • The Wartime Years, and the Gov’t in Exile: the Return
  • Wood
  • Wood-Forbes Mission
  • Wood’s Administration 1923-1924
  • Wood’s Administration 1925-1927 Wood Mss.
  • Woodrow Wilson

The Harold Conklin Papers

Scope and Content Notes

The Harold Conklin collection of the UP Baguio Cordillera/Northern Luzon Archives consists of his journals and newsletter collections.  Conklin donated his journal collection to the UP Baguio Library in 2005.  Majority of these are anthropology journals.  A formal launch of the collection was held in June 2006, which coincided with the UP Baguio foundation week celebration.

The journal collection measures 117 linear feet and is shelved in a corner of the Main Library’s Serials Section.

Biographical Note

Harold is a well-known professor at Yale University who is best known for his studies of shifting cultivation.  He grew up in Manhattan and was first educated in public schools near Long Island.

He is considered one of the world’s leading authorities on ethnoscience, the manner in which inhabitants of a particular area perceive and treat their surroundings.  He has conducted extensive ethnoecological and linguistic field research in Southeast Asia, especially in the Philippines, and is noted for his pioneering work on indigenous systems of tropical forest and terraced agriculture.

Professor Conklin received his Ph.D. from Yale in 1955 and joined the faculty in 1962.  He served as chair of the Department of Anthropology and director of the Division of Anthropology at the Peabody Museum of Natural History, where he continues as Curator Emeritus.  A member of the National Academy of Sciences, Professor Conklin has authored scores of articles, monographs and books, including the acclaimed  Hanunoo Agriculture and  Ethnographic Atlas of Ifugao.

Journal List    

  •  American Anthropological Association Abstracts of the Annual Meeting 1960-1962 ; 1979-1987 
  •  American Anthropological Association Program of the Annual Meeting 1995-2004 
  • American Anthropological Association Monographs
  • American Anthropologist (AA) 1940-2003 
  • American Ethnologist (AE) 1974-2003 
  • Annales Fyssen (AN Fyssen) 1985-1994 ; 1998-1999 ; 2001 ; 2003
  •  Annual Review of Anthropology (ARA) 1988-2002 
  • Anthropological Linguistics (AL) 1959-2003 
  • Anthropology News (AN) 1999-2004 
  •  Anthropology Today (AT/RAIN) 1985-2004 
  • Archipel : Etudes Interdisciplinaries sur le mode insulindien 1971-1972 
  • Asian Perspectives 1959-1964 ; 1974-1976 ; 1978-2001
  • Bible Translator (B-Trans) 1950-1954
  • Biennial Review of Anthropology (BRA) 1959-1971 
  • Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land-en Volkenkunde (BTLV) 1956-1996 
  • Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars (BCAScholars) 1969-1974
  • Bulletin of the Philadelphia Anthropological Society (B-PAS)
  • Cultural Dynamics (CD) 1995-1997
  • Cultural Survival Newsletter 1978-1981
  • Cultural Survival Quarterly 1982-1985 
  • Current Anthropology (CA) 1960-2001 
  • Focus 1993, 1999-2001, 2004
  • Foundations of Language 1965-1969 
  • Geographical Review (GR) 1995-2002 
  • Georgetown Monographs in Linguistics (GtnMonogLing) 1951, 1953-1955, 1957-1972
  • History of Anthropology Newsletter (HAN) 1974-2003
  • Indiana University Publications in Anthropology & Linguistics  
  • International Journal of American Linguistics; with Supplement (IJAL-S) 1949, 1951-2002
  • Journal of American Oriental Society (JAOS) 1993, 1995-2003
  • Journal of Anthropological Research (JAR) 1973-1993 
  • Journal of Asian Studies (JAS) 1995-2004 
  • Journal of Ecological Anthropology (JEA) 2000, 2002
  • Journal of Linguistic Anthropology (JLA) 1991-2003 
  • Journal of Linguistics (Jling) 1965-1974 
  • Journal of Royal Anthropological Institute (JRAI) 1995-2003
  • Journal of Royal Anthropological Institute-Bulletin 
  • Journal of Southeast Asian History 1964-1965 
  • Language (Lg) 1940-2004
  • Language in Society (Lg in Soc) 1972-2001
  • Language Science (LgSci) 1968-1977 
  • Linguistic Inquiry (Linglng) 1970-1974 
  • Linguistic Reporter (LingRep) 1959-1977 
  • Linguistic Society of America Bulletin (LSA-B) 1970-2003 
  • Man (man, see also JRAI and JRAI-B) 1952-1994 
  • Man in Southeast Asia (MSA) 1968-1974
  • Museum Anthropology (MusA) 1986-1988
  • Publications on Fuzzy Sets (PFS)  
  • Research Center in Anthropology, Folklore, & Linguistics Publications (RCAFLP) with IJAL, q.v.
  • Reviews in Anthropology (RevAn) 1974-1992, 1994
  • Sociolinguistics Newsletter (SLNews) 1970-1978
  • Southwestern Journal of Anthropology (SWJA)>JAR q.v. 1945-1972
  • Studies in Linguistics (S.I.L.) 1958-1972, 1974-1975 
  • Verbatum 1974-1979, 1983-1984
  • Word (with Supplements) 1945-1982 
  • Working Papers in Sociolinguistics (WP-SL) 1971-1976
  • Yale University Publications in Anthropology (YUPA) 1936-2003
  • Yale University Southeast Asia Studies (YUSEAS)

          a. YUSEAS Bibliography Series

          b. YUSEAS Cultural Report Series

          c. YUSEAS Monograph Series

          d. YUSEAS Reprint Series

          e. YUSEAS Translation Series

The Armando J. Malay Papers

Scope and Content Notes

Prof. Armando Malay donated his collection of notes, photographs, manuscripts, newspaper clippings, student papers and books on ethnohistory, folklore, and indigenous Philippine culture to the U.P. Baguio Library in September 1994. The books are located at the Filipiniana Section of the Main Library while the notes, photographs, manuscripts, clippings and student papers are with the Archives Section.

The Malay collection is contained in two (2) boxes.

Biographical Note

Prof. Armando J. Malay, a giant in Philippine journalism and Philippine activism, was born on March 31, 1914 in Tondo, Manila. A former mentor of media practitioners, his life as a journalist began during Manuel L. Quezon’s presidency and continued until Corazon Aquino’s years. He was married to Paula Carolina Malay. Malay was educated in the University of the Philippines where he later taught. He also taught at the Far Eastern University.

Among his publications are: “Our Folkways,” (1955); “Our Animal World,” (1959); “Atlas of the Philippines,” (1959); “Memoirs of Ricarte,” (1963); “Occupied Philippines,” (1967); “The High School Paper,” (1968).

Box List

Box 1

  • The Initial Populating of the Philippines : Some Problems and Interpretations by Aram A. Yengoyan
  • A Discovery Report : The Bongol San Miguel Burial Site, Guimbal, Iloilo by Willis E. Sibley
  • Sulu by Prospero R. Covar (Term Paper)
  • Apayao by Paula Carolina Malay (Term Paper)
  • Cavite Folklore - A Collection of folk tales, folk songs, riddles, proverbs, superstitions
  • Bisayan Riddles with Comments on Christian Filipino Riddling and Analysis by Donn V. Hart
  • Final Report : Socio - Anthropological and Archaeological Field Work in Kulaman Plateau submitted by Dr. Marcelino N. Maceda.
  • Notes on Religious Beliefs and Practices
  • 1 Envelope on “loose materials on Anthropology” which includes:
  • Photographs
  • News Clippings
  • Notes
  • Photo Negatives
  • Letters
  • Receipts

Box 2

  • Guide Book to Exhibit Halls of the Division of Anthropology, National Museum
  • The Otley Beyer Symposium
  • UP Anthropology Bulletin, vol. 2, nos. 2 & 3, 1965
  • The Bais Forest Preserve Negritos : Some Notes on their Rituals and Ceremonials by Timoteo S. Oracion
  • Observations on Some Aspects of Philippine Scholarship and H. Otley Beyer by Leopoldo Y. Yabes
  • Our Responsibilities Toward the Cultural Minorities by Rudolf Rahmann
  • National Museum Ethnographic Collections, 1953 (Archives’ copy with Prof. Malay’s notes)
  • Conversion and the Patterning of Christian Experience in Malitbog, Central Panay, Philippines
  • List of Foreign Place Names : Adopted from a Report of the United States Geographic Board by Mauro Garcia
  • The Code of Sumakuel by J.C. Orendain
  • Philippine Mountains
  • Haring Gangis and Two Cebuano Short Stories collected by Mrs. Josefina Matheu
  • Ethnographic Study of the Pampangans by Ricardo E. Galang
  • The Bukidnon of North-Central Mindanao in 1889 by Frank Lynch
  • Kalatong : a Novel of the Philippine Islands by T. Inglis Moore
  • Dr. Beyer’s Contribution to Philippine Science (Clipping)
  • Photograph of Dr. H. Otley Beyer
  • The Silliman University School of Music Presents the Folk Arts Ensemble
  • Kudaman papers

The Augustus U. Saboy Papers

Scope and Contents Notes

The papers of Mr. Augustus U. Saboy were donated to the UP Baguio Cordillera/Northern Luzon Archives on May 7, 2010 by his son, Scott, a faculty member of UP Baguio’s College of Arts and Communication. Mr. Saboy’s papers consist mostly of documents on the Kalinga bodong and pagta, the indigenous peace and conflict settlement process; and papers on Cordillera autonomy.

The Saboy collection is contained in 5 boxes.

Biographical Note

Augustus Saboy, Gus as he is fondly called, was a Tinguian born on May 3, 1928 in Balbalasang, Balbalan, Kalinga. He received his BS Education degree from the Silliman University (1953) and his Bachelor of Arts degree from the Baguio Colleges Foundation (1963) where he also attended 2 years of law school.

Gus Saboy is a journalist by profession having worked in various capacities as news reporter, editor, correspondent, and writer in both print and broadcast media in government as well as private organizations. Among the media outfit he worked for are The Baguio Midland Courier, Philippine News Service, Philippine News Agency, Baguio Daily Vibrations, The Highland Sentinel and Radyo ng Bayan.

He served as executive assistant of the Office of the Governor, provincial secretary, provincial administrator and provincial planning and development coordinator of Kalinga Apayao. He was appointed as Bureau Chief of the Philippine News Agency in 1984 and station manager of the Radyo ng Bayan Kalinga-Apayao in 1986. In 1989 he was designated provincial executive officer of the Cordillera Bodong Administration. He also served as Executive Director of the Cordillera Executive Board.

A known scholar and student of Cordillera history, he has written numerous articles on Cordillera historical and cultural topics. He was an active participant in the peace process of the Cordillera. His integrity, long stint and broad and multifaceted experiences in both the public and private service has earned him the respect and trust of peoples and leaders of the Cordillera.

Gus was married to Antalia Magkachi Saboy, a retired DECS Education Supervisor, with whom he had 4 childre

BOX LIST

  • CBA/CPLA Binodngan Federation April 22-24 1993 Resolutions
  • CAR Papers/Reference/File
  • Balweg-Cory
  • Proposed Reenactment of Mt. Data Sipat
  • 10th CAR Foundation Day July 15, 1997 (no folder)
  • On the Cordillera Peace Talks and on the Question of Representation of the Peoples of the Mountain Region
  • Cordillera Day ‘97
  • Feb. 20, 1994 CBA “Congress” at Bulanao, Tabuk & Manabo Pagta
  • Cordillera Chronology
  • CPLA
  • Kordilyera Regional Autonomy : Some Prospects by Maximo B. Garming
  • Clippings Autonomy
  • CAR Regional Development Summit on Pole Vaulting to the 21st Century-May 19, 1997
  • Bodong 1981 Bodong Data-CBL Report
  • Caoili Papers (no folder)
  • Bodong KISSM 1986 KBF Convention 1986 Bodong Convention
  • 11 pages of photos (with caption but 2 pp. without photos) (no folder)
  • News clipping “Kalinga’s restore ‘Bodong’ ties
  • Minutes of the Budong Conference held at the KSDR Office, Lubuagan Kalinga-Apayao on Oct. 21, 1977 to Mr. Augustus U. Saboy, Provincial Administrator, Bulanao, Tabuk, Kalinga-Apayao.
  • Clippings: Gov. Juan M. Duyan; Kalinga peace pacts
  • 1968 Photos-Inaugural Rites 1968 1st Elected Provincial Officials
  • Mangali-Lubo Tribal Conflict (Background Report)
  • Sumadel-Botbot Peace Pact Restoration Drive
  • CBA CPLA NATP Chronology
  • CBA CPLA/Yag-o Obar includes: CPLA Mt. Data Documents
  • 1978 Advance Situational Report on the Chico River Hydro Project no. IV (no folder)
  • Clipping: Gomonit Killing in Tinglayan, Kalinga Settled out of Court the Tribal Way (no folder)
  • “Report on the Plebiscite on RA 8438 in the Province of Kalinga” (no folder)
  • Position Paper: Restoration of the KSDR Under Direct Supervision of the Office of the President and its Operational Base at Bulanao, Tabuk, Kalinga (no folder)
  • Chico Dam 4 Hydroelectric Project Inter Agency Coordinating Council
  • Cordillera Bodong Association Congress April 12-14, 1986 Balbalasang
  • Gov. Almazan Report – Rono March 1983
  • Letter to HE President FEM “Correcting and straightening the intentional distortions of facts presented by a handful of military officers assigned in the province of Kalinga-Apayao, picturing Gov. Tanding B. Odiem as “anti-government, adamant and very uncooperative” to the peace and order drive in Kalinga-Apayao.
  • Folder labeled Local Government Center, College of Public Administration, P.O. Box 474 but contains civil security primer pamphlet among others
  • Clippings folder: Autonomy; death of Ayangwa
  • Autonomy/Regionalization
  • Letter of Bargas re: Protest Memoirs
  • Belac, D.T. Gov. Suspension Papers
  • Cordi Day 1994 LES PDF
  • Ordillo (Supreme Court) Autonomy
  • Letter of C. Balweg to Mr. Gus Saboy (no folder)
  • MOA on the Cordillera ceasefire between RUC 1 – RUC 2, NAFP, and CPLA (no folder)
  • Macli-ing / Chico Dam
  • Raw CBA/CPLA
  • Gullayan, Abe
  • Autonomy Clippings References
  • Cordillera Organic Act
  • Resolution Recommending Mr. A. U. Saboy, Member, CEB, to the Position of E. D. CEB
  • Dir. Augustus Saboy Kalinga Ethnolinguistic Representative Briefing Kit
  • CBA-CBA Constitution; CBA Pagta, CRDC-Adm. Order
  • CBA/CPLA Split 1994 CBA Special Congress; GPR-MNLF (Talking Pts.) Peace Talks, Tripoli Agreement
  • NAFP-CPLA Ceasefire
  • The PNS Correspondent
  • BIBAK – KASA, Etc.
  • Bodong – Tribal Peacemaking by Luis Ao-as
  • After Operation Report Re Restoration of Severed Peace Pact between Butbut Tribe of Tinglayan vs. Lubo Tribe of Tanudan, Mabongtot Tribe of Lubuagan vs. Tulgao Tribe…
  • Guina-ang – Lubuagan Tribal Conflict Summary Report on Negotiations
  • Letter of Feliza “Singawan” Baking (Peace Pact Holder, Tobog Tribe), to Mr. Pablito Magmoyao (Peace Pact Holder Banao Tribe)
  • Cawilan, Esteban M., Ex-Mayor and Bodong Holder, Letter to the CEB dated Sept. 12, 1988 Re: Limos Tribe.
  • Lubo – Mangali Tribal War
  • Proposals to the 5th Bodong Congress, April 26-28, 2002, Tinglayan, Kalinga Province
  • Origin of Bodong in Kalinga, Peden Said Bontok by Roman Santos
  • Project Proposal KBC : Advocacy Program of KBC
  • Bodong Development Cooperative
  • Banao Bodong Federation
  • Kalinga’s Evicted from Homeland by Camilo Lammawin ; Press Release of Senator Perez
  • Pangol – Bacarri Bodong ; Bacarri National High School Episode
  • Kalinga Pagta’n di Bodong Kalinga Peace Pact Code
  • Lubo – Mangali Tribal War 1982; Kia Wounded Casualties
  • Restored Peace Pact Sumadel and Botbot
  • Peace Pact (Bodong) Settlement
  • Pagta – Lammawin – Saboy Proposal to Gov. Almazan Jan 5/81
  • Proto Pagta KBC ; Roster of Peace Pact Holders; Matagoan Congress Baguio Oct. 10, 1993
  • The Pagta Annotated Final Draft
  • Matagoan Congress, Easter School Oct. 10, 1993
  • 1982 Bodong Convention BIBAK – NAS; 1986 KBF Convention
  • Bodong Ao-as Tribal Peace Making
  • Mayor Batag Shooting (Bangad) Sept 25/78
  • 3 Clippings on Budong from the Midland Courier (in folder with label “For Xeroxing”)
  • 2 Clippings on Kalinga and Rev. Luis L. Ao-as’ Tribal Peacemaking : Proposal Strategies and Skills
  • Balatoc Lubuagan Bodong 1995
  • Tribal Pact : Taloctoc – Lubuagan 1985
  • Bodong Tulgao – Lubuagan
  • Odiem to Tubban Actg. KBF President (Bodong)
  • Bodong Conference
  • Lubuagan – Naneng Bodong (label on flap “Bodong Outline”)
  • Biga – Calaccad Peace Pact Disputes
  • Bodong Tulgao – Buaya
  • 1982 Bodong Convention/Congress BIBAK-NAS
  • Upper Kalinga Bodong Convention
  • Radyong Bayan
  • Cordillera Report : Another Face of Philippines ; Igorots Teach Us an Alternative Way Toward Post-Modern Society (Pamphlet)
  • Status Quo Ante Order Finally Clarified by the Supreme Court for Gov. Rommel W. Diasen
  • Kalinga has 2 Provincial Governors: News Release No.0042K
  • Bulanao Market Incident Between Butbut and Lubo Students (February 6)
  • Catholic Mission (Kalinga)
  • Leadership Crisis in Kalinga Journal (Dec. 15, 2000)
  • Letter from Popoy
  • DZRK Memo of Agreement
  • Population Data (Kalinga-Apaya) Kalinga-Apayao Facts/Figures
  • Corporate Seal of the Province of Kalinga (no folder)
  • Balbalan Minahang Bayan
  • 3 Maps of Kalinga (no folder)
  • Yamashita Treasure Tinoc, Ifugao
  • Class – Blg. LGU Reclassification 1997 Blg. Memo 97-3 (36)
  • DZRK Radio
  • 1982 Bodong Congress Photos
  • PAGTA
  • Chico Dam Papers; Macli-ing Death “Who” Article ; PANAMIN – Chico Dam 4
  • Bodong – “BUTU”
  • Pagta’n Di Bodong (Pagta Final Draft)
  • Pagta (For styling)
  • Provincial Seal
  • Pollution on BB Mines
  • Official Report on the Death of Mayor Alngag
  • Executive Orders
  • Clippings Kalinga-Apayao 1960-78
  • News Clippings References
  • The 20th MFPI Congress April 19-24, 1999 Kalinga Brochure
  • Inaugural Program of 3rd Elective Officials, Kalinga-Apayao, 3/3/1980
  • Inauguration & Blessing of the Bulanao Parish Chuch 4/10/77
  • Kalinga-Apayao Provincial Agricultural and Cultural Fair 6/18-22/81

Films

  • 227 Film negatives in paper envelopes
  • 78 Film negatives in plastic containers
  • Numerous film negatives in plastic sleeves

Photographs

  • 59 photographs

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