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Topic - Manuel L. Quezon Iii
Communications Undersecretary Manolo Quezon issued the statement after National Museum officials acknowledged that the collection of Mrs. Marcos' clothes and shoes had been neglected for more than two decades and some had been damaged by a monsoon last month.
Mr. Quezon said the contents of the boxes have "no historical significance except some of the clothes" made by prominent Philippine couturiers.