I Remember Cape Town – Manuel, George

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A by-gone era – photographs, illustrations and written memories and stories of things that gave old Cape Town its distinctive character. A few examples are the Pier at the bottom of Adderley Street, see-saw trams and hansom cabs, the old Opera House, the docks and the penny ferry, a busy day in Rogge Bay during the snoek season, a beach at Clifton before development took over, A photograph of the “memory train” that rand between Monument Station, Cape Town and Sea Point station at the time. 111 Pages. 1st Edition. Condition: Good. Dust jaket: Fair-. Faded. Open and closed tears and creasing to extremities. Binding: Hardcover. Olive brown boards with white lettering. Edge-wear.

Publisher: Don Nelson Publishers
Date Published: 1977
Publication Place: Cape Town
First Edition: Yes

Condition: Good
Binding: Hardcover. Olive brown boards with white lettering. Edge-wear.

Jacket Condition: Fair-. Faded. Open and closed tears and creasing to extremities.
Dimensions: Oblong 8vo. 22cm x 30cm x 1.5cm

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Weight 1000 g