National Geographic : 1945 Mar
What Luzon Means to Uncle Sam 313 Staff Photographer J. Baylor Roberts Filipinos Print Their English-language Newspapers on High-speed American Presses The pressman wears a hat made from folded papers, just as his colleagues do in the United States. In 1941 the islands were publishing about 360 papers and magazines, 167 in English. In Manila, Filipinos owned and edited most of the city's 13 or 14 dailies, a majority of which were in English. One of these was the Philippines Herald, shown here rolling off the big modern Duplex American press (page 314).