Aurora A. Quezon

Aurora A. Quezon

Aurora Aragon Quezon (February 19, 1888 – April 28,1949). Wife of Manuel L. Quezon, First Lady from 1935 to 1944.

May 15-June 17, 1928

Note In Kansas the first one to join me was Mr. Augusto C. Gonzalez, arriving there Friday night May 4/1928. He left May Thursday on

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June 19-June 23, 1928

  Note: We stoped in Aztec Hotel, Monrovia Califf. In Holy wood we stoped at Holywood Hotel. In Long Beach, Califf. we stoped in Pacific

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June 30, 1928

  Note: In going to Pomona I used our own car Lincold. driver: Fernando Santos. It took us time to find the Pomona station. (5)

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July 2-3, 1928

  Note: In Sta. Monica we took our lunch in Casa del Mar Club. We all enjoyed the exibition of the latest stayel of deferent

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Dec. 8, 1941

War broke Dec. 8 — 1941. Jap. raided Pearl Harbor after 2 A.M.Raided Singapore after 3 A.M. of 8th. repited at P.I. Dec. the 8th.Davao

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Dec. 24, 1941

Manila declared Open City. The President and family left from Manila for Corregidor agcompanied by Vice Pres. Osmeña Chif Justice J.A. Santos General B. Valdez

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Feb. 19, 1942

Feb 19 my birthday in the tunnel of Corregidor At night members of our party left for the South on Don Esteban.

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Feb. 20, 1942

We left Corr. first Friday of Lent the 20th of Feb. at 9:30 P.M., took at dock the launch to take us to a submarine

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May 6, 1942

Manila Occupacion de Enero 2 1942Rendicion Bataan Abril 9 “Singapore Feb. 15HongKon Dec. 25, 41Java Feb. 24Wake Dec. 23, 41′Tarakan Jan. 11Belikpapau ” 25Ambon Jan.

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