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In this photo taken Aug. 6, 2012 and released Sunday, Sept. 23, 2012 by the Philippine National Museum, a water-damaged cardboard boxe containing clothes of the Marcos couple is seen at a section of the National Museum in Manila, Philippines. Termites, storms and government neglect have damaged some of Imelda Marcos's legendary stash of shoes, expensive gowns and other vanity possessions, which were left to oblivion after she and her dictator husband were driven to U.S. exile by a 1986 popular revolt. (AP Photo/Philippine National Museum) NO SALES

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In this photo taken Aug. 6, 2012 and released Sunday, Sept. 23, 2012 by the Philippine National Museum, a water-damaged cardboard boxe containing clothes of the Marcos couple is seen at a section of the National Museum in Manila, Philippines. Termites, storms and government neglect have damaged some of Imelda Marcos's legendary stash of shoes, expensive gowns and other vanity possessions, which were left to oblivion after she and her dictator husband were driven to U.S. exile by a 1986 popular revolt. (AP Photo/Philippine National Museum) NO SALES
In this photo taken Aug. 6, 2012 and released Sunday, Sept. 23, 2012 by the Philippine National Museum, a water-damaged cardboard boxe containing clothes of the Marcos couple is seen at a section of the National Museum in Manila, Philippines. Termites, storms and government neglect have damaged some of Imelda Marcos's legendary stash of shoes, expensive gowns and other vanity possessions, which were left to oblivion after she and her dictator husband were driven to U.S. exile by a 1986 popular revolt. (AP Photo/Philippine National Museum) NO SALES
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