There are only few economically progressive cities in the Visayas, and one of them is Bacolod City. This city is the capital of Negros Occidental.
Bacolod is fairly a young city, it achieved its cityhood only on October 19, 1938. It may not be as old as Cebu City or Manila, but we can still plenty of beautiful vintage photographs.
Undated: The interior of old Bacolod Cathedral.
1901: Bacolod Public Plaza.
Front exterior of Doctors’ Hospital.
1923: Bacolod Cathedral and convent.
1969: Then President Marcos walks past the cadets of University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos.
1919: Locomotive or train of the Isabela Sugar Company.
1920s: Bacolod Hotel and Cine Arco.
1930s: The Mariano Ramos Ancestral House
Undated: Ever Theater.
Undated: Bacolod Fellowship Baptist Church