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"October 1989" Two images of a man providing hosting duties at the Homecoming Fair. .006 - [Appears to be:] Di Lyn Larsen-Hill (right, in profile).

Position: 1062 (3 views)

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"1989" Thirty-five images of students competing for prizes in small games provided by The Buzzard of Bucks.

Position: 2335 (2 views)

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"August 1984 - Hosts Program

Position: 1062 (3 views)

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"August 1984 - Hosts Program

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"Grandfather Manuel Villanueva with grandson. Manila, March 1945"

Position: 1062 (3 views)

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"Alberto T. Abaya and his wife Corason. Cora was the sister of Roberto Villanueva who was a writer for the 'Manila Post' newspaper. Alberto was a civil engineer. At 315 Cataluna Street" From "Darkroom Soldier": "My Choice of Friends. Mr. and Mrs.…

Position: 1062 (3 views)

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"Mrs. Roberto (Corazon) Villanueva at their home in Manila - 315 Cataluna St. with their young son"

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"Mrs. Roberto Villanueva and their son at 315 Cataluna Street Manila. Roberto was a reporter for the 'Manila Post.' Dick Baxter and Fred Hill were guests in their home while on a 'wild cat pass' from Mindoro"

Position: 2335 (2 views)

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"In Manila, at 315 Cataluna St - Roberto Villanueva, his wife Cora, and their son. Roberto was a reporter for the re-activated news paper, The Manila Post" From "Darkroom Soldier": "Filipino Hosts. Corazon and Roberto Villanueva pose with their baby.…

Position: 1062 (3 views)

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"In Manila, at 315 Cataluna St - Roberto Villanueva, his wife Cora, and their son. Roberto was a reporter for the re-activated news paper, The Manila Post"

Position: 1062 (3 views)

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