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A linen postcard of University of the East (Philippine College of Commerce and Business Administration, PCCBA) in Manila, Philippines. It was published in 1949 by the Philippines Education Company. It was printed by Curteich of Chicago.

Philippine College of Commerce becomes the Polytechnic University of the Philippines by Presidential decree. (April 1, 1978)

This card represents Spanish barracks (cuartel de España) in Manila circa 1900. It was published by the Librería de Colon, Manila. It was posted at Manila on 1909-03-10. The message, dated 1909-03-09, is adressed to a French gentleman living in Tours, France. It is signed Freire, a postcard publisher in Manila, Hongkong and Shanghai. The text is in Esperanto.