This is another multi-view postcard of the Philippine Military Academy (PMA). The images on the upper part of the postcard, from left to right, are the monument of a large shako and the PMA Cadets; lower part are the St. Ignatius Chapel and the amphitheater.
The PMA cadets use the shako, a tall, cylindrical military cap, usually adorned with some kind of ornamental plate or badge on the front, metallic or otherwise, and often has a feather, plume, or pompon attached at the top. Aside from the shako, cadets also wear rayadillo material in their dress uniform. Rayadillo was also used by the Revolutionary Army of the First Philippine Republic under Emilio Aguinaldo.
St. Ignatius Chapel was built in 1959 for the cadets of the Philippine Military Academy. The chapel used to be a hill, explaining why it is composed of twenty five steps.
Unfortunately, I could not find any information about the amphitheater, its construction or history.
Philippine Military Academy Postcards
Shako Wikipedia Entry
Rayadillo Wikipedia Entry
Philippine Military Academy