The poster features three men wearing Philippine indigenous garb and carrying weapons. They are situated in front of a green
background. The "Muslim" is wearing dark green pants, a light green low-cut top, and a red pointed cap and he is shown holding
two batons; the "Ifugao" is wearing a red bahag (loincloth) with long leaves worn on his arms, his head, and the side of his
waist, two green circular items on his legs, and he is shown with a sword; the "Tausug" is wearing a green uniform-like attire
with a green cap, and he is show holding a rifle in his left hand and an infant in a red shirt in his right hand. The poster
is a calendar page for the months of January, February, and March.
General Physical Description note:
14 x 22 in.
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