Sunday, September 11, 2011

More Old Photos of Davao


Old Street Sign of Davao City in the 1950s
Photo courtesy of Hector Gonzales and Rocky Cabarroguis@Dabawenyo


Here again are just some of the old photographs of Davao, Part II:


Fire Department Building
Photo courtesy of Hector Gonzales and Rocky Cabarroguis@Dabawenyo

San Pedro Church during the American Occupation

Davao Municipal Garden

Various Old Photos of San Pedro Church, circa 1901 and 1968

Davao Trading

Sasa Wharf
with the Bureau of Customs Building
(far upper left)
and the KER and Co. LTD Warehouse (far upper right)

Davao High School 1931 - 1932

Japanese S.S. Sagami Maru torpedoed by the USS Seawolf in Davao Gulf, November 3, 1942

Old Map of Davao City

Old Davao Wharf in the 1950s
Photo courtesy of Hector Gonzales and Rocky Cabarroguis@Dabawenyo

Remodeling of San Pedro Church

Sasa Domestic Airport in the 1950s
with PAL Plane
Photo courtesy of Hector Gonzales and Rocky Cabarroguis@Dabawenyo

San Pedro Church in 1901

Philippine National Bank - Davao Branch in the 1950s
at the corner of San Pedro and Claveria Streets
(now called Claro M. Recto Avenue)
Photo courtesy of Hector Gonzales and Rocky Cabarroguis@Dabawenyo

PTA Stadium Building in the 1950s
Photo courtesy of Hector Gonzales and Rocky Cabarroguis@Dabawenyo

Rizal Memorial Colleges in the 1950s
Photo courtesy of Hector Gonzales and Rocky Cabarroguis@Dabawenyo

San Pedro Hospital in the 1950s

Talomo Beach in the 1950s

Guino-o Hotel in the 1950s
Photo courtesy of Hector Gonzales and Rocky Cabarroguis@Dabawenyo

Times Beach in Matina in the 1950s
Photo courtesy of Hector Gonzales and Rocky Cabarroguis@Dabawenyo

Uyanguren Street in the 1950s
Photo courtesy of Hector Gonzales and Rocky Cabarroguis@Dabawenyo

Carmelite Assumption Parish Church