Early 20th Century Lipa as seen through the eyes of an American Official’s Wife

This article features an excerpt about Lipa, its people and culture, in the year 1902, lifted from the series of letters written by Edith Moses about the Philippines. These letters … Continue reading Early 20th Century Lipa as seen through the eyes of an American Official’s Wife

Dr. José Aguilera Losada: Lipa’s first medical doctor and diplomat

The present day Lipeños probably are unaware that there used to be a street in Lipa called Calle Dr. Losada, named after Don José Losada, a pioneer Filipino physician and … Continue reading Dr. José Aguilera Losada: Lipa’s first medical doctor and diplomat

Columnas Volantes de la Federación Malaya: Lipa’s contribution to Philippine journalism

After Lipa’s liberation from the Spanish forces on June 18, 1898, the town underwent a cultural revival. It was in this atmosphere, in the ardor of the revolution, that brought … Continue reading Columnas Volantes de la Federación Malaya: Lipa’s contribution to Philippine journalism

Outstanding Lipeñas from the Past

In celebration of Women’s Month,  we would like to pay tribute to these empowering Lipeñas who made a mark in local and national history. Soledad Aguilera y Solis was the sister … Continue reading Outstanding Lipeñas from the Past