USMC, Earl Hancock “Pete” Ellis U.S.M.C. Photographs, Olongapo, early 1900s

Ue711. Olongapo, circa 1909, this is the best picture I seen so far of Olongapo from the Kalaklan Ridge. This is a Earl Hancock “Pete” Ellis picture from the U.S.M.C. Archives.
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Earl Hancock “Pete” Ellis U.S.M.C. was a career officer in the Corps in the early 1900, took many pictures and they are now in the USMC Archives, click here for the link!

This album is about Olongapo pictures!

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Ue712. USMC Bungalow, Olongapo 1910, a little sparse for a gentleman, but Marines know how to rough it. This is a Earl Hancock “Pete” Ellis picture from the U.S.M.C. Archives.

Ue713. USMC Hike, crossing the Matain Rv. 1909. That looks like the mouth of the river in today’s Barrio Barretto, at the end of Baloy Long Beach. This is an Earl Hancock “Pete” Ellis picture from the U.S.M.C. Archives.

Ue714. A fire in Olongapo in 2009. The mountain left of center must be Mt. Redondo. This is an Earl Hancock “Pete” Ellis picture from the U.S.M.C. Archives.

Ue715. Many bancas (boats) on the Olongapo Beach in 2010. In the distance I can make out the Dewey Drydock and Mt. Natib on Bataan. This is an Earl Hancock “Pete” Ellis picture from the U.S.M.C. Archives.

Ue716. A sea of mud in Olongapo 2009, flooding is nothing new to Olongapo, it happened 110 years ago. This is an Earl Hancock “Pete” Ellis picture from the U.S.M.C. Archives.

Ue717. The Army has arrived in Olongapo in 1910, are they going to take over in Grande Island? The Marines been busy there (later in another album). This is an Earl Hancock “Pete” Ellis picture from the U.S.M.C. Archives.

Ue718. A Marine Patrol crosses a bamboo bridge in the greater Olongapo area. I noticed just about every one is using a stick for balance. This is an Earl Hancock “Pete” Ellis picture from the U.S.M.C. Archives.

Ue719. The Dewey Drydock and 5 customers including 4 small submarines in 1908 at the Olongapo Naval Station. This is an Earl Hancock “Pete” Ellis picture from the U.S.M.C. Archives.

Ue720. Drydock Dewey in the Olongapo Ship yard 1909, Olongapo Naval Station, I can make out Mt. Susongdalaga and Mt. PLDT behind the drydock. This is an Earl Hancock “Pete” Ellis picture from the U.S.M.C. Archives.

Ue721. Olongapo 1909 from Kalaklan Ridge, zoomed it I can make out the Naval Station Admin Building. Across the water must be the Coaling Station. This is an Earl Hancock “Pete” Ellis picture from the U.S.M.C. Archives.

Ue722. Olongapo 1909 from Kalaklan Ridge, zoomed it I can make out the Naval Station Admin Building. This is best picture I seen yet of Olongapo and the Naval Station. Across the water must be the Coaling Station. This is an Earl Hancock “Pete” Ellis picture from the U.S.M.C. Archives.

Ue723. The Marine Band of the US Naval Station Olongapo Marine Barracks in May 2010. This is an Earl Hancock “Pete” Ellis picture from the U.S.M.C. Archives.

Ue724. Olongapo got a mud bath in 1908, maybe climate change has started earlier? This is an Earl Hancock “Pete” Ellis picture from the U.S.M.C. Archives.

Ue725. The Naval Station Olongapo Administration Building, payday, no wonder they changed to the direct deposit system. This is an Earl Hancock “Pete” Ellis picture from the U.S.M.C. Archives.

Ue726. Bread was important, we could not live of rice alone, the Olongapo Post Bakeshop in 2008. Were they sailors or Marines or both? This is an Earl Hancock “Pete” Ellis picture from the U.S.M.C. Archives.

Ue727. The Old Spanish Gate to the Navy Yard, Olongapo Naval Station 1911. We can see the unique Olongapo Naval Station Administration Building. This is an Earl Hancock “Pete” Ellis picture from the U.S.M.C. Archives.

Ze728. Officers Quarters in Olongapo 1907 to 1911. This is an Earl Hancock “Pete” Ellis picture from the U.S.M.C. Archives.

Ze729. A USMC Parade 1909 in Olongapo. This is an Earl Hancock “Pete” Ellis picture from the U.S.M.C. Archives.

Ze730. The USMC Post Band 1910 in Olongapo. This is an Earl Hancock “Pete” Ellis picture from the U.S.M.C. Archives.

Ze731. An Olongapo street in 1910. This is an Earl Hancock “Pete” Ellis picture from the U.S.M.C. Archives.

Ze732. Tex Roger’s USMC C. 1909 in Olongapo. This is an Earl Hancock “Pete” Ellis picture from the U.S.M.C. Archives.

Ze733. Washday in Olongapo1907. The mountain in the mid-picture should be Mt. Redondo of the west side of Subic Bay. This is an Earl Hancock “Pete” Ellis picture from the U.S.M.C. Archives.

Ze734. A banca is passing Star Point in 1909; I have a feeling Star Point is today Kalaklan Point, the rocks at right seem to match. This is an Earl Hancock “Pete” Ellis picture from the U.S.M.C. Archives.

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