Calle Rosario, now Quintin Paredes Street in Binondo, Manila.

Reknowned film director Peque Gallaga discusses his internationally-acclaimed film Oro, Plata, Mata, which was digitally restored and remastered by ABS-CBN and was exhibited at the Ortigas Foundation Library.  

Students from a public elementary school in Tacloban, Leyte were all smiles as school kits were distributed by the OFI staff. 

Among the collections of the library in its Rare Book room is a set of "Historia General de Filipinas" by Fr. Juan de La Concepcion, printed in 1788.  

"Insulae Philippinae", a 1598 map of the Philippines made by Dutch engraver and cartographer Petrus Kaerius.

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The OFI Library  is a Philippine study center with a collection of nearly 21,000 books, serials, images, and documents relating to Philippine history with some dating back to the 17th century.
The OFI Library produced mobile photo exhibits of Filipiniana imagery of various themes which are brought to different schools, universities, local museums, churches and other public venues in Manila as well as the provinces. Interested parties may request for these exhibits. Other exhibits featuring original library materials from the collections are held within the foundation premises.
The foundation also hosts conferences, lectures, seminars, workshops and other interdisciplinary events. The seminar and conference rooms provide the venue for our educational and cultural programs. These rooms are also available for rent for cultural, socio-civic, as well as corporate activities.