Hen. Pio del Pilar Elementary School started way back in 1911 with only two-rooms. The wooden building was named after the hero, General Pio del Pilar, who was a resident of the place.
Below photos were taken on 1959 and 1960 respectively. I borrowed them from my mother with the thought of sharing them via this blog. She recalls her hometown with lots of trees, wooden houses, no pollution, etc.. Their main transportation were calesas and karitelas pulled by horses.
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