A South African Remembers (Inscribed)

R 900.00  

Author: Richard Goldmann
Inscription from the author to Jan C. Smuts dated 29 September 1947
Publisher: Cape Times Limited (1900)
Condition: The book is generally in good condition, but shows the effects of time. Some marks to the boards and the corners are slightly bumped. The spine is sunned with light wear to the ends and has a lean. Some small areas of sellotape residue on the front and rear endpapers.
Full condition description available on request
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 196
Dimensions: 21.6 x 14 x 2.1 cm

Weight: 0.4 kg

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The autobiography of Richard Goldman who describes his early days in Burghersdorp, Cape Colony, as well as the build-up to the Anglo-Boer War. He was in Ladysmith during the siege and afterwards on the march to Pretoria. He also describes various travels abroad. Richard Goldmann (born 1861) 'was director of several mines, a member of the Johannesburg city council from 1904 to 1907, served on a number of committees such as the Witwatersrand Water Board, and was member of the Transvaal Legislative Assembly for Newtown.

Inscription from the author to Jan C. Smuts dated 29 September 1947.


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