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VASSA Journal Vol. 31

VASSA Journal Vol. 31. Moving inside: changing values, attitudes and world view: Pat Kramer; Moordenaarsgat: a correction: Nigel Amschwand; People and places of the Piketberg: Antonia Malan

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VASSA: JOURNAL Vol. 30

Pat Kramer – Joanna on VASSA excursions: always curious;   Eureka Barnard & Leana du Preez – Joanna Marx, a memory;  Ron Viney – Of honnehokke and other things;  Andy Selfe – Joanna Marx: an inspiration to milling;  Nigel Amschwand – When Joanna introduced me to James Walton; Ilse Arendse – The Joanna Marx Collection;  Ron Viney – A Tribute  

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VASSA Journal Vol. 29

Gabriël (Gawie) Fagan: The genesis and development of a new Cape vernacular: Arthur Barker;  Moordenaarsgat: A contested farm in the Kareebergen: Nigel Amschwand.

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VASSA JOURNAL Vol. 28

Recording on the northern frontier: The Bokkeveld case study: Tim Maggs & Nigel Amschwand The vernacular art of Erich Mayer – then and now: Nigel Amschwand A short architectural history of the Schotschekloof homestead, Bokaap, Cape Town: Jim Hislop VASSA Journal 28 2014 upload

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VASSA Journal Vol. 27

*  From outlaws to In-laws: families and farms in the Piketberg District, c.1700 to c.1910: Antonia Malan. *  The wine cellar on the farm Altydgedacht, Tygerberg. Janine de Waal. VASSA Journal 27 final text (ver3)

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VASSA Journal Vol. 26

Town and village layout at the Cape, with special reference to the mission village: Hans Fransen Robertson, 1853-1905: a study of the development of the town and of the architecture: Karin Ström VASSA Journal 26 final text COMP

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VASSA Journal Vol. 24

Tribute to John Rennie: Contributers Mike Scurr, Melanie Attwell, Gawie Fagan & David van den Heever. The British period – 19th century influences on vernacular architecture in the Eastern and Western Cape: John Rennie

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VASSA Journal Vol. 23

West Coast buildings: the architecture of a coastal frontier: Antonia Malan & Lita Webley Extracts from ‘Die kultuur-historiese belang van die “hardebieshuise” van Hopefield’ (1985): C. Wessels Survey of buildings at Oudekraal Fontein, Hopefield (October 1979): VASSA

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VASSA Journal Vol. 22

The Roodezand passes to the Tulbagh valley: Joanna Marx The European origin of Cape vernacular architecture: Andre van Graan Regional differences in Cape vernacular architecture: Hans Fransen

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