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Size: 3" x 5"
Copyrighted: 1915
Lithographer: Unidentified

Philippine Islands map - Plowing Rice; Baling Hemp
Area: 115,026 sq. mi
Population: 8,460,052
Scenes: Plowing Rice; Baling Hemp

NOTE: The spelling of the territory's name differs between the front and back of the card.

Reverse - Text

Philippine Islands, an archipelago in the Pacific Ocean, off the southeast coast of Asia, comprises more than 1,700 islands; gross area, 115,026 square miles; capital, Manila. Came under control of the United States in 1898. The largest island is Luzon. (Map illustrates prominent islands only.)
     The chief farm products are rice, corn, sugar, hemp, tobacco, cocoanuts and cacao.
     The principal minerals are iron, gold, silver, copper, lead, granite, petroleum, limestone and quartz. In over a million American homes, every morning, a piping hot cup of Arbuckles' starts the day.
     Agriculture is the chief occupation.
     The climate of the Philippines is one of the best in the tropics. The thermometer during July and August rarely goes below 79 degrees or above 85 degrees. The extreme ranges in a year are said to be 61 and 97 degrees.
     Estimated population for 1912, 8,460,052.
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