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Historic Filipinotown

ID Number: 47000
Maker: Eliseo Art Silva; Eliseo Art and Murals; Historic Filipinotown Neighborhood Council; Fred Docdocil; BakitWhy.com
Technique: digital print
Date Made: Date Unknown
Place Made: United States: California, Los Angeles
Measurements: 30.5 cm x 45.5 cm; 12 in x 17 15/16 in
Main Subject: Housing; Philippines (Asia)
Materials: glossy paper (fiber product)
Digitized: Y

Full Text:
Welcome Historic Filipinotown Next Exit Finish 5k Run/Walk Historic Filipinotown [illegible] Historic Filipinotown Gateway Historic Filipinotown Historic Filipinotown Speed Limit 35 Historic Filipinotown Festival Parol Festival (Filipino Christmas Lanterns) Hung on Street Lamps along Temple Street from Thanksgiving to Feast of three Kings Luzon Plasa Mall Luzon Plaza 1925 Pilipino Worker's Center (PWC) Jeepney Seach to Involve Pilipino Americans Capital Improvement Crosswalks with Filipino Design Patterns [illegible] Delano 1965 Strike Welga [illegible] Remedios "Remy" V. Geaga Square Fearless Filipino-American Community Leader Iglesia ni Kristo Church (INC) Only site in distric that showcases authentic "Phillipine" Architecture. Preserve America Explore and Enjoy Our Heritage Historic Filipinotown Gintong Kasaysayan Filipinotown Mural @ Unidad Park The largest Filipino American mural in the country & the 1st public park with Filipino American design features. Mindanao Towers Apartments Mindanao Manila Terrace Manila Terrace Apartments Los Angeles, California USA St. Columban Filipino Catholic Church circa 1944 1st Filipino Catholic Church in USA FASGI Filipino-American Service Group, [illegible] Filipino American WWII Veterans Memorial The 1st and only one of its kind in the nation. Valor Bulosan Bonnie Brae House, circa 1903 Los Angeles Historical-Cultural Monument Site of the Birth of Pentacostalism Bonnie Brae House Replica of Bahay Kubo Bahay Kubo Natin Restaurant Villa Filipino American Community of Los Angeles (FACLA) Founded in 1945, FACLA is the oldest Filipino organization in the district. Filipino Christian Church (FCC) circa 1950 Historic Cultural Monument of Los Angeles The oldest Filipino Christian Church in the country (The Former) Traveller's Cafe Original coffeeshop run by manongs and frequented by famous Filipino American literary great Carlos Villa Ramos Apartments "I reached Los Angeles in the evening. An early autumn rain was falling. I waited in the station, looking among the passengers for Filipino faces. Then I went out and turned northward on Los Angeles Street, and suddenly familiar signs on barbershop and restaurants came to view. I felt as though I had discovered a New World. I entered a restuarant and heard the lonely sound of my dialect, the soft staccato of home. I knew at once that I would meet some people I had known in the phillipines." - Carlos Bulosan (America is in the Heart, 1943) City of Los Angeles [Tagalog text] Nayon Ng Mga Diwata Design by Eliseo Art Silva, Eliseo Art & Murals . Sponsored by Historic Filipinotown Neighborhood Council (Copyright) 2012. Some Historic Fillipinotown photographs courtesy of Fred Docdocil BakitWhy.com [Tagalog text] ma li ga yang pag da ting


Acquisition Number: 2012-219

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