Signed by the author on the title page. Fascinating history of this quaint fishing village on the False Bay Coast. From a mini-port used by the Dutch to a whaling station to a fishing village and now as a tourist destination with many speciality shops and fine restaurants. Numerous b&w photograps of old buildings, prominent people and sketch plans. 199 Pages. Contents clean and binding tight. 1st Edition. Condition: Good+. Binding: Softcover. Thick card-wraps with some mild edge-wear. Large bookseller’s label on the rear cover.
Publisher: Michael Walker & The Kalk Bay Historical Association
Date Published: 2002
Publication Place: St James, Cape Town
First Edition: Yes
Binding: Softcover. Thick card-wrapswith some mild edge-wear. Large bookseller’s label on the rear cover.