Durban's Dutch Church

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dc.description.abstract The cornerstone of the Dutch Reformed Church in Durban, on the corner of Smith and Cato street, was laid by the minister of Justice, the Hon. N J de Wet, on July 7, 1923. The church was designed by Gerard Moerdijk, and stands on the same piece of land where Piet Retief met with the English colonists. en
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dc.language.iso en en
dc.publisher Natal Mercury en
dc.relation.ispartofseries CD1 en
dc.relation.ispartofseries MDK0022T en
dc.rights Complies with rights as specified by Collection Administrator en
dc.subject Moerdijk, Gerard en
dc.subject Durban en
dc.subject Dutch Reformed Church en
dc.subject Minister of Justice en
dc.subject De Wet, N.J. en
dc.subject Smith Street en
dc.subject Cato Avenue en
dc.subject Ecole Des Beaux Arts, Paris en
dc.subject Archaelogical School, Rome en
dc.subject Uys, Mrs. en
dc.subject Retief, Pieter en
dc.subject English colonists en
dc.subject Dingaan en
dc.subject Minister of Justice en
dc.subject Cornerstone en
dc.subject Hoeksteenlegging en
dc.subject Voortrekkers en
dc.subject Cape Durch Style en
dc.subject Smith Street en
dc.subject Cato Street en
dc.title Durban's Dutch Church en
dc.type Newspaper clipping en

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