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Cape Town: Howard B Timmins, 1952. Second Edition . Hardcover. GVG/Good. Charles D'Oyly. 272 pp, with index. Red paper-covered boards, titles stamped in black, illustrated endpapers (by Edith Stocker), 13 illustrations, color frontispiece by Dorelle. Previous owners' names on half-title, verso frontis. Wear at spine edges and along bottom edges. Dustjacket has edge wear with one large chip affecting title on front panel. The story of Cape Town's three centuries - the streets, the houses, the characters, the legends, traditions and folklore.
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- Lippincott Books (US)
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- Grow Lovely, Growing Old [Cape Town, South Africa]
- Green, Lawrence G
- Charles D'Oyly
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- Used - GVG
- Jacket condition
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- Second Edition
- Howard B Timmins
- Place of Publication
- Cape Town
- Date published
- Africa, South Africa
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