James Walton Collection
James Walton, educationist and doyen of vernacular architecture in South Africa, was born in Yorkshire in 1911 and died in Cape Town in 1999.
This Collection consist of 36 pamphlet boxes and 31 specially made boxes and contains Publications ; contributions to books ; encyclopedias, etc. ; African ethnology ; periodicals with contributions by JW and by other authors ; pamphlets and brochures by James Walton ; newsletters ; lectures ; portfolios ; albums ; photo's ; sketches ; plans ; newspaper clippings ; varia ; index ; African ethnology ; publications of the Vernacular Society ; conservation/preservation of buildings ; reports ; surveys and miscellaneous information ; maps ; charts and plans
You can view the digital collection on SUNDigital: James Walton Collection
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