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The third Rand Club was built during the depression after the Anglo-Boer War at a cost of £112,000. During building operations the club was temporarily housed in the North Western Hotel. It replaced the Second Rand Club building.
Read Rand Club - A Grand Past with an Uncertain Future, an article by Kathy Munro on the Heritage Portal, Thursday, 3 September, 2015.
(SAAE&S Jnl Aug 1907:192-93; Rand Club 1957:69; Planning 77 Dec/Jan 1985/6:11)
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
|Chipkin, Clive M. 1993. Johannesburg Style - Architecture & Society 1880s - 1960s. Cape Town: David Phillip. pg 41 ill, 42, 151|
|Greig, Doreen. 1971. A Guide to Architecture in South Africa. Cape Town: Howard Timmins. pg 133, 135 ill|
|Neame, LE. 1957. The Rand Club 1887-1957. Johannesburg: Rand Club. pg 60-88|
|Picton-Seymour, Désirée. 1977. Victorian Buildings in South Africa. Cape Town: AA Balkema. pg 337 ill, 339, 343, 347|
|Picton-Seymour, Désirée. 1989. Historical Buildings in South Africa. Cape Town: Struikhof Publishers. pg 153 ill|
|Praagh, LV. 1906. Transvaal and its mines : the encyclopedic history of the Transvaal. London: Praagh & Lloyd. pg 252 ill|
|van der Waal, Gerhard-Mark. 1987. From Mining Camp to Metropolis - The buildings of Johannesburg 1886-1940. Pretoria: Human Sciences Research Council. pg 122, 123 ill|