Manolo Quezon published a speech he delivered. It is a good read, but here is a snippet:
it is, how the official record of the Commonwealth itself remains unfinished. I will set aside the tricky question, itself worthy of debate, whether such an official record can or should be completed after the fact; obviously you know on which side of the question I stand: for collation and if necessary, completion. Let me argue that even as scholars undertake their exploration of the official and unofficial record, and here the recent work of Cullather, Gueraiche, and McCoy show how much more there is to explore and propose, there is a need, institutionally speaking, to complete the official record.
From Quezon to Quirino, the Messages of the President series of volumes was published, containing, on the American model, the public papers of the presidents. All executive issuances, laws, and important speeches, statements and other For Quezon, the years 1935-1940 were covered; for Osmeña, as far as can be determined, no such official compilation was ever published; and only one volume for Roxas, published in his lifetime, was prepared; while the Quirino volumes do not include the final year or so, of his administration.
According to @mlq3, the President has approved that the Messages of the President series of volumes be restarted, compiling the official papers of each president.