Journals

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  • VASSA Journal Vol. 20

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    Contents:
    This issue is the second in a series dedicated towards recording the corbelled buildings of South Africa (see no.17 June 2007).
    Buildings in the Karoo and Onder-Bokkeveld are described

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  • VASSA Journal Vol. 19

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    Contents:
    Mike Visser: A sociable loner : Joanna Marx
    Mike Visser: How I remember him: David van den Heever
    What is a vernacular building?: David Glennie
    Building in stone in the Karoo: Possible explanations for the restricted distribution of corbelled houses: Judy Maguire

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  • VASSA Journal Vol. 18

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    Soutpan – A farm on the edge: Nigel Amschwand
    The form and layout of early Cape Town households, 1660-1740: Antonia Malan

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  • VASSA Journal Vol. 17

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    Contents:
    Corbelled buildings – an overview: Pat Kramer
    VASSA excursion to Loxton, September 2006
    Corbelled buildings in Europe
    Corbelled buildings in South Africa: James Walton
    Nieuweveld farms that tell a story: Judy Maguire

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  • VASSA Journal Vol. 16

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    Contents:
    André Pretorius: great loss to VASSA / Gevoelige verlies vir Kaapse bewaringwêreld: Hans Fransen
    André Pretorius: Skrywer, fotograaf, bewaringsman: Martiens van Bart
    The Three Musketeers: Philippina Oberholster
    Tierhoek, Calvinia: André Pretorius
    Giving dignity back to Loedolff House, Malmesbury: David Glennie
    Schoongezicht, Ida’s Valley and Weltevreden, Stellenbosch: the survival of Cape homesteads amid urban sprawl: Antonia Malan

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  • VASSA Journal Vol. 15

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    Contents:
    Driefontein Farmhouse, Berg River Valley: an example of a late 18 th century longhouse: Mary Patrick & Harriet Clift
    Donkerhoek homestead: Farm 956, Stellenbosch: Emmylou Rabe
    An investigation of a colonial era farm graveyard in the Northern Cape : Nigel Amschwand

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  • VASSA Journal Vol. 14

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    Contents:
    The vernacular architecture of Swellendam and its surroundings : Eureka Barnard
    A tribute to our Octogenarian Vernackers: Helen Binckes, Shirley Chapman, Marion Ellis, Mary Floyd, Joy Saxon
    Coenradenberg: Pat Kramer

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  • VASSA Journal Vol. 13

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    Contents:
    Wine making at the Cape : The architecture of wine: André van Graan
    A short history of Muratie: Helena Scheffler
    Morgenhof: From langhuis to manoir: Antonia Malan

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  • VASSA Journal Vol. 12

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    Contents:
    A tribute to Revel Fox (1924-2004): Nicolas Baumann
    Doornboom (‘Auld House’) Heidelberg CP: André Pretorius
    Inherited characteristics of the Cape Vernacular: Hugh Floyd (reprint of 1983 article)

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  • VASSA Journal Vol. 11

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    Contents:
    Plattekloof: An abandoned pass, an 18th century farm with historic   homestead and a painting of a mysterious lady – André Pretorius
    Reflections on half a century of vernacular architecture studies at the Cape –  Antonia Malan
    La Cotte, Franschhoek: The homestead and its setting – La Cotte & Antonia Malan

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  • VASSA Journal Vol. 10

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    Contents:
    Kalbaskraal, Malmesbury: André van Graan
    Anatomy of the Cape townhouse: Dirk Visser [reprint]
    Crossing the Doorn (Doring) River: Nigel Amschwand

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  • VASSA Journal Vol. 09

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    Contents:
    Dirk Visser Memorial Issue: Stewart Harris
    The modern Cape house: Mike Munnik & Dirk Visser [reprint]
    Partner and friend: Mike Munnik
    Brother: Mike Visser
    Architect: Jane Visser
    The dovecote and dower house at Alphen: Nicky Cloete-Hopkins
    Heritage activist: Steve Townsend
    Vernacking with Dirk: Joanna Marx
    I remember Dirk … : Len Raymond
    Reading the structure of old Cape buildings: Dirk Visser
    [transcript from recording made at VASSA Workshop 1999]

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