A view of the plaza of San Nicolas, Cebu, in 1905. At right, the San Nicolas Church can be seen and the church tower. Tuti street, separates the plaza and the church, from corner Tupas to the Taboan Market. The only street in Cebu which was named after a Chinese merchant (Tu Tee) who during the revolution helped the insurrectos fight the Spaniards. Tu Tee operated a store at the tabo-tabo (Taboan). He manipulated to give aid to the menfighting under Leon Kilat or Leon Kildat. When the American regime began, revolucionarios remembered the patrioric Chinaman and named a street after him - Tu Ti.
Mounted on photographic mounting card, 285 X 222 cm.