This ClipArt gallery offers 19 illustrations of the Philippines, and its people, the Filipino, or Pinoy, including architecture, stamps, and scenes of everyday life.

"The Bagobos, who are found about the slopes of Mount Apo, wear ivory or shell earings as big round as a cup. There is a small button on the inside of the earring which goes through the lobe of the ear." —Carpenter, 1902

Bagobo

"The Bagobos, who are found about the slopes of Mount Apo, wear ivory or shell earings as big round…

A short, broad, lance shaped weapon; used by the Philipinos in their operations against the American troops.

Filipino Bolo

A short, broad, lance shaped weapon; used by the Philipinos in their operations against the American…

A short, broad, lance shaped weapon; used by the Philipinos in their operations against the American troops.

Filipino Bolo

A short, broad, lance shaped weapon; used by the Philipinos in their operations against the American…

"They have little farms on the foothills of northwestern Luzon, which they plow with carabaos and sometimes irrigate with aqueducts." —Carpenter, 1902

Igorrote

"They have little farms on the foothills of northwestern Luzon, which they plow with carabaos and sometimes…

Isla de Luzón was an Isla de Luzón-class protected cruiser of the Spanish Navy which fought in the Battle of Manila Bay.

Wreck of the Isla de Luzon

Isla de Luzón was an Isla de Luzón-class protected cruiser of the Spanish Navy which fought…

"A native of Luzon." —Carpenter, 1902

Native of Luzon

"A native of Luzon." —Carpenter, 1902

Death of Magellan at the Philippine Islands.

Magellan's death

Death of Magellan at the Philippine Islands.

The City of Manila, or simply Manila, is the capital of the Philippines. Seen here is a collection of business offices in Manila.

Business Offices in Manila

The City of Manila, or simply Manila, is the capital of the Philippines. Seen here is a collection of…

U.S. Troops invaded Manila in 1898 and waged war with the Spaniards and Filipinos in the Spanish-American War and the Philippine-American War.

The Capture of Manila

U.S. Troops invaded Manila in 1898 and waged war with the Spaniards and Filipinos in the Spanish-American…

The City of Manila, or simply Manila, is the capital of the Philippines. Seen here is Escolta Street in Manila.

Escolta Street, Manila

The City of Manila, or simply Manila, is the capital of the Philippines. Seen here is Escolta Street…

The City of Manila, or simply Manila, is the capital of the Philippines. Seen here are some natives of the city.

Natives of Manila

The City of Manila, or simply Manila, is the capital of the Philippines. Seen here are some natives…

The City of Manila, or simply Manila, is the capital of the Philippines. Seen here is street traffic in the city.

Street traffic in Manila

The City of Manila, or simply Manila, is the capital of the Philippines. Seen here is street traffic…

The City of Manila, or simply Manila, is the capital of the Philippines. Seen here is a typical village near Manila.

A Typical Village Near Manila

The City of Manila, or simply Manila, is the capital of the Philippines. Seen here is a typical village…

Scene in the Philippines.

Philippines

Scene in the Philippines.

A shield from the Philippines.

Phillipine shield

A shield from the Philippines.

Shipping docks at Pasig River, Manila in the Philippines during the Spanish-American War.

Pasig River

Shipping docks at Pasig River, Manila in the Philippines during the Spanish-American War.

A Phillipine spearhead.

Phillipine spearhead

A Phillipine spearhead.

Philippine Islands Stamp (1 real) from 1854

Philippine Islands 1 Real Stamp, 1854

Philippine Islands Stamp (1 real) from 1854

Philippine Islands Stamp (2 centavos) from 1880

Philippine Islands 2 Centavos Stamp, 1880

Philippine Islands Stamp (2 centavos) from 1880