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Manila needs a guide book. Under her oriental exterior is hidden a wealth of historical material of highest human interest. In the very things that make many places famous among sightseers, she is easily the queen of the cities of the east,, and for one who knows how to find the buried treasures, a year of residence in Manila may be one of the most profitable of a lifetime.
Very few people know of these things, and fewer still take the trouble to share their knowledge with their friends. The average ff American here concentrates his energy in one j of two pursuits. He is either trying to get H rich, or he is trying to get back to God's g country, and in either case he is missing sights 5 and sounds that he may some time travel far 5 to find.
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