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ELLENBERGER, René M

Born: fl 1940

Architect

SACA:
Reg No: 757
Year registered: 1940

Was on the student tour with Pearse to the Cape in 1926. In 1959 his address was given as 12 - 8th Avenue, Parktown North, Johannesburg.

(Transvaal Inst. practicing. ISAA Yearbook, 1959)

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

Chapters in books by ELLENBERGER

Ellenberger, RM. Fig. 21. [Photo] Stepped gables, Noordhoek: in 1957. Eighteenth century architecture in South Africa: pp 20

Ellenberger, RM (Photographer). Plate 9. The Castle, Cape Town. [a] A door (vide Plate 7) [b] A Door (vide Plate 8): in 1957. Eighteenth century architecture in South Africa: pp 59

Ellenberger, RM (Photographer). Plate 24. [a] The Lutheran Parsonage, Cape Town [Photo : Cape Times] [b] Entrance Door [Photo: R. M. Ellenberger]: in 1957. Eighteenth century architecture in South Africa: pp 74

Ellenberger, RM (Photographer). Plate 42. Groot Constantia. Front Gable [Photo]: in 1957. Eighteenth century architecture in South Africa: pp 92

Ellenberger, RM (Photographer). Plate 73. Meerlust. Wall Cupboard [Photo]: in 1957. Eighteenth century architecture in South Africa: pp 123

Ellenberger, RM (Photographer). Plate 85. Elsenburg, Near Mulder's Vlei. Front Door at Groote Schuur [Photo]: in 1957. Eighteenth century architecture in South Africa: pp 135

Ellenberger, RM (Photographer). Plate 94. [a] La Provence. French Hoek. Wall Cupboard [Photo]: in 1957. Eighteenth century architecture in South Africa: pp 144

Ellenberger, RM (Photographer). Plate 99. [a] Paarl Church [Photo]: in 1957. Eighteenth century architecture in South Africa: pp 149

Chapters in books citing ELLENBERGER

Fassler, J. Plate 53. Groot Constantia. Details of the Swimming Bath (Rene M Ellenberger Mens. J Fassler Delt): in 1957. Eighteenth century architecture in South Africa: pp 103