FLAGS AND SYMBOLS FROM 1800 TO 1900 CENTURY > FROM THE AMERICAN OCCUPATION UNTIL PRESENT DAYS
PRESIDENTIAL AND U.S. HIGH COMMISSIONER FLAG
With the inauguration of the autonomous Commonwealth of the Philippines (1935 ), a flag was adopted for the President of the Philippines, as well as for the US High Commissioner (successor to the US Governors-General, and representative of American sovereignty in the islands).
After 1939 a new Presidential flag was adopted the stars become white (silver ) and the old Coat of Arms was replaced by the new one.
U.S. HIGH COMMISSIONER FLAG
FLAG OF U.S.A HIGH COMMISSIONER TO THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS SEPT 23 , 1935
PICTURE OF THE FLAG OF THE U.S.A. HIGH COMMISSIONER TO THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
The flag was in the collections of the U.S.A. Embassy in Manila
COAT OF ARMS OF THE PHILIPPINES ISLAND UNDER AMERICAN RULE
THE LABI NG KATIPUNAN FLAG
The Labi ng Katipunan flag is not a KKK flag. The Labi ng Katipunan was an American-period patriotic association in which a number of Katipunan veterans were active. The flag is in the U.S.P.F. - Rizal Museum, Cebu City ; it was donated by Marcela Agoncillo.
OLD PICTURE SHOWING A MEETING OF THE MEMBERS OF THE LABI NG KATIPUNAN, NOTE THE FLAG OF THE ASSOCIATION AND THE AMERICAN AND FILIPINO FLAG (1929 CIRCA ).