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City and Civil Service Club
Cape Town, Western Cape

BAKER and MASEY: Architect
Francis Edward MASEY: Design Architect

Street:Queen Victoria Street


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33°55'29.56" S 18°25'05.54" E Alt: 32m

(BC 206.119; FRIBA nom papers 1901; PSB:38; A&B Nov 1982:16; SAB Nov 1934:87)

Originally the City Club it became the City and Civil Service Club when the Civil Service Club moved here from the premises on Church Square.

All truncated references not fully cited below are those of Joanna Walker's original text and cited in full in the 'Bibliography' entry of the Lexicon.

Writings about this entry

Greig, Doreen. 1971. A Guide to Architecture in South Africa. Cape Town: Howard Timmins. pg 96
Keath, Michael. 1992. Herbert Baker: Architecture and Idealism 1892 - 1913: The South African Years. Gibraltar: Ashanti Pub. Ltd.. pg 45 ill, 50 ill, 50-53
Parker, Howard. 2015. John Parker, 1866-1921 : architect and mayor of Cape Town. Wellington, New Zealand: Howard Parker. pg 17 ill
Picton-Seymour, Désirée. 1989. Historical Buildings in South Africa. Cape Town: Struikhof Publishers. pg 89
Radford, D. 1979. The architecture of the Western Cape, 1838 1901. A study of the impact of Victorian aesthetics and technology on South African architecture. Johannesburg: Unpublished Ph.D thesis. Dept of Arch. University of the Witwatersrand. pg 125
Rennie, John for CPIA. 1978. The Buildings of Central Cape Town 1978. Volume Two : Catalogue. Cape Town: Cape Provincial Institute of Architects. pg 197 item 64.11