Native Housing in South Africa – Calderwood, D M

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Inscribed by the author. Published from the author’s thesis which was approved for the degree of Doctor of Architecture. Presenting a comphrehensive account of the difficulties, shortcomings and costs of African Housing showing that the technical, social and economic aspects of housing must be looked at together. Includes Tables, Figures and Diagrams. Plans and b&w photographs. Previous owner’s details on fixed end paper with an inscription by the author on the fep. Some toning, foxing and tide mark to prelims. The tide mark has seeped through all pages. Lightly shaken. 202 Pages. Contents clean. 1st Edition. Condition: Fair to good-. Dust jacket: Poor. Open tears, creasing, tidemarks to spine area. Foxing to verso. Binding: Hardcover. Edge-wear with some fraying. Tide mark with discolouration to the footer.

Publisher: University of the Witwatersrand
Date Published: 1953
Publication Place: Johannesburg
First Edition: Yes
Signed: Yes
Condition: Fair to good-.
Binding: Hardcover. Edge-wear with some fraying. Tide mark with discolouration to the footer.
Has Dust Jacket: Yes
Jacket Condition: Poor. Open tears, creasing, tidemarks to spine area. Foxing to verso.

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Weight 1100 g