J.D. (James David) Givens Photographer from San Francisco recorded the Spanish-American War of 1898. This is from a boxed set of prints titled : Scenes in the Philippines, Cuba, Porto Rico, The Hawaiian Islands and Soldiers.
6 prints in Lot:
1. #1 Wounded Insurgents at Manilla Hospital
2. General Luna, Assassinated by Order of Aguinaldo
San Francisco Call, Volume 86, Number 14, 14 June 1899
MANILA. June 13 —General Antonio Luna, one of the bitterest foes of the Americans in the Philippines, has been assassinated by order of Aguinaldo. Luna has recently found himself in opposition to the chiefs views, and has not only disobeyed orders, but at one time stopped Aguinaldo's Peace Commissioners while on the way to treat with the Americans.Aguinaldo ordered his death, and these orders were carried out by the Dictator's fanatical followers.
3. #98 Retreat of Filipino Insurgents
4. #39 Generals Tenio (sic) & Latwidad and officers who surrendered at Cabagan, N. Luzon, May 23, 1901
Manuel Tinio y Bundoc (June 17, 1877 – February 22, 1924) was the youngest General of the Philippine Revolutionary Army, and was elected Governor of the Province of Nueva Ecija, Republic of the Philippines in 1907. He is one of those considered to be the three "Fathers of the Cry of Nueva Ecija", along with Pantaleon Valmonte and Mariano Llanera.
5. #208 General Callies Surrendering Arms, South Line
6. Native Police Manila PI
Box cover shown for more info - box not included in listing. These were also bound into books, but the ones we have are loose. All the backs are blank and they are printed on thin paper, not photo paper. The paper measures 5 1/4" high x 7" wide the printed area is 4" high x 6" wide.