Mayor Juan Posadas is shown here unveiling the historical marker at the Botanical Gardens yesterday afternoon. Others in the picture are Assistant Director Eulogio Rodriguez, of the National Library, and Councilor Alindada. (Story on page 3) ...
I've been pondering if this plaque on the lower right of this photograph obscured by a treebranch is made by the Historical Research and Markers Committee.If so,can someone send me a zoomed-in/close-up picture of such!
Boy! Those good old times of the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office in its early years, particularly during the Commonwealth Era. Now, the Jackpot Prizes has since been going up, particularly during the Christmas Season. The Live Philippine Lotto Draw on PTV has been on television since 1995/1996, I think. Hope an pray we can help those COVID-19 victims-patients of today.
These featured documents are early examples of Public-Private Partnership (PPP) projects in the 19th century. The magazine El Telegrafista Español is a general electrical magazine that contains illustrations of physical cabinets, telegraphic lines, wires, cables and conductors. The Telefonos on the other hand, is an outline map for the location of the Guadalupe Telephone Station in 1885.
In the Philippines today, PPP can be defined as partnerships or agreements between the government and private companies to work on setting up projects such as electricity, communications, infrastructure facilities, and other services that were provided by the public sector.
These records were among the documents featured by the National Archives of the Philippines in an exhibit held at the Department of Finance (DOF) in celebration of their 125th founding anniversary.
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