The Fule-Malvar Mansion is a heritage house built in Romantic classic style by spouses Eusebia Fule and Potenciano Malvar in 1915 in San Pablo City, Laguna. Also known as the “White Mansion,” the house has served as temporary residence for visiting presidents such as Manuel L. Quezon and Sergio Osmeña, as well as other high-ranking government officials and dignitaries. The mansion was the venue for major events hosted by the couple and attended by social elites. In 1966, the property was sold to the National Life Insurance Company. In 1987, the Philippine American Life Insurance Company bought the mansion and reconstructed it in 1990.
- National Historical Institute. Historical Markers: Regions I-IV and CAR. Manila: National Historical Institute, 1993.