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  • Unknown (Transvaaler, 1972-02-10)
    Só lyk die groot beton-koepel van die J. C. Strijdom-monument nou.
  • J. Agneur 
    Unknown (2009-09-14)
  • Marais, M.M.S.; Van den Berg, Dirk Johannes (Art Historical Work Group of South Africa, 1987-06)
    In hierdie artikel word aandag gegee aan die karakter van die kunstenaar J.H. Pierneef se grafiese werke. As etser is Pierneef betreklik onbekend. Daar word verwys na verskeie voorbeelde van die kunstenaar se werk in die ...
  • Unknown (2009-08-20)
    Caricature sketches of J.S. Cleland titled 'Fighting for chair'.
  • Unknown (2009-08-20)
  • Sindi, Tuliza; Van Aswegen, Henning (2009-12-07)
  • Sindi, Tuliza; Van Aswegen, Henning (2009-12-01)
  • Sindi, Tuliza; Van Aswegen, Henning (2009-12-01)
  • Sindi, Tuliza; Van Aswegen, Henning (2009-12-07)
  • Sindi, Tuliza; Van Aswegen, Henning (2009-12-01)
  • Sindi, Tuliza; Van Aswegen, Henning (2009-12-01)
  • Sindi, Tuliza; Van Aswegen, Henning (2009-12-01)
  • Steyn, Carol; Mare, Estelle Alma (Art Historical Work Group of South Africa, 2008)
    Finland regarded the composer Jean Sibelius as a national hero from his youth until the end of his long life, although he composed nothing during his last thirty years. Outside Finland his reputation as a composer has been ...
  • Baker, Herbert, Sir, 1862-1946 (2008-07-31)
    View of the Jeppestown automatic telephone exchange in Johannesburg. The brick building with tiled, hipped roof has sash windows. Designed by Sir Herbert Baker, it displays characteristics of the Arts & Crafts style.
  • Provenance photograph collection (Unknown)
  • Unknown (Ons Vaderland 14 Januarie 1927, 2006-06-21)
    AFRIKAANS SUMMARY: Johannesburg kry 'n nuwe spoorwegstasiegebou, ontwerp deur Gerard Moerdyk en Gordon Leith.
  • Gaule, Sally (Art Historical Work Group of South Africa, 2009)
    Johannesburg’s built environment was shaped initially by the gold mining industry whose influence was indelibly writ upon its architectural symbolism. This has however, been intermingled and covered over by the residue of ...
  • Unknown (The Star, 1937-05-26)
    The Johannesburg Camera Club won the 1937 Empire Photographic Competition, staged annually by the Amateur Photographer. One of the winning photographs is of Gerard Moerdijk's Dutch Reformed Church of Milner Park.
  • Basson, Nellis (University of Pretoria, 2018)
    Cities keep expanding as people move towards more desired locations on the outskirts, resulting in abandoned, dead nodes within the city centre. These buildings are left to deteriorate, especially those of heritage and ...
  • Unknown (Transvaal Institute of Architects 3rd Annual Report, 1929-12-31)
    Details on the Johannesburg Library Competition as presented in the 3rd annual report of the Transvaal Institute of Architects, year ending 31st December 1929.